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  • The lost Campbellsburg Santa letters

    To Mrs. Berry's Kindergarten class at Campbellsburg Elementary,

    Santa Claus called us this morning to say he didn't see your letters in our paper yesterday. Never fear, we found them! Santa will be reading your letters right here!

    Merry Christmas!

    Dear Santa Claus,

  • Eastern Elementary students go for a special ride

  • Public records for the week of December 15, 2010

    Marriages
    Britney E. Hatter, 19, Pleasureville, to Jonah B. Woods, 22, Pleasureville.
    Victoria Hernandez Sanchez, 17, Eminence, to Jonathon Elizer Negron, 16, Clarksville, Tenn.
    Emma Idalia Silva, 40, Pleasureville, to Marcos  Rojas, 33, Pleasureville.
    Suzanne H. Sparrow, 52, Pleasureville, to Terry D. Moore, 60, Pleasureville.
    Divorces
    Timothy Michael Chapman, 41, Pendleton, and Donna Merdina Warren, 49, Pendleton.

  • Snow, cold temperatures close school

    At around 8 a.m. Tuesday, the familiar yellow lights of a school bus were flashing on Fairview Court as Eminence students were picked up for school, one day after students throughout the region enjoyed their first snow day of the school year.

    At the same time, Louisville’s Fox-41 reported that Eminence Independent Schools were closed for the day. While weather related, it wasn’t because of the snow.

  • Ice skating, sledding were popular ‘old time’ fun

    Children raised during the Great Depression and post-WWII may not have had much in the way of material comforts, but according to Henry Countians of that generation, it did not stop them from having good, clean winter fun.

  • Real Lessons about Money, Life

    It was quick, but a dose of reality nonetheless for Henry County and Eminence Middle School students last week as the eighth grade students, and some seniors, took part in the annual Reality Store. During the event, students were assigned an annual salary.

    Above, seniors Luke Clark, Jacob Hayden and Kat Wyatt visit Doug Bates at the Reality Store’s housing booth.At left, eighth grader Brandon Maddox listens while a volunteer explains his options for groceries.

  • $16k in back taxes owed on 1 property

    Pay up... or see your name in print.

    That’s the next course of action the City of Eminence will take to try to get unpaid property taxes from 2003-2009.

  • Judge to teen: ‘you have everything to lose’

    A 16-year-old defendant charged with a very adult crime will be allowed to visit his mother, but is not allowed to have visitors outside of his immediate family.

    Cody Russo appeared in Henry County Circuit Court last week for a regular hearing. The teen was indicted in April for 1st degree robbery and 1st degree assault, both class B felonies, as well as bribing a public servant, a class C felony, and class A misdemeanors of marijuana possession and conspiracy to commit bribing a witness.

  • Public Records for the Week of Dec. 8, 2010

    District Court
    Traffic
    Monday, Nov. 29
    Judge Diana E. Wheeler

    Barbara C. Tipton, 1966, charge from 4/9/09: failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security, 1st offense, amended to 2nd offense or greater on 5/4/09, recall Department of Transportation, continued to 2/21/11 for payment.

  • Clean up needed a clean up

    According to those who were left with the task of cleaning up after the New Castle Haunted House clean-up of the Locker, the enterprise was a horror.

    Main Street manager Jeff Thoke said prior to Monday night’s meeting of the New Castle City Commission that he was still pushing haunted house operator George Banks to get the job done weeks after the attraction closed.