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  • Training Heats Up
  • Program turns an iPod into memory tool

    Henry, who suffers from dementia, sits alone and unresponsive in a nursing home. A caregiver approaches the elderly man and places a set of headphones over his ears and turns on an iPod.
    Henry’s favorite music is piped through the headphones and the man lights up. He picks up his dropped head, opens his eyes wide, hums and sings along, and rocks in rhythm with the music.

  • Alleged meth makers arrested in Port Royal

    A call to Kentucky State Police led to the discovery of a meth lab in Port Royal, according to a KSP press release.
    On the afternoon of Oct. 13, dispatchers at KSP Post 5 in Campbellsburg received information that methamphetamine was being manufactured at a residence on Port Royal Road. Troopers and detectives arrived at the home to discover several items used to make methamphetamine, as well as an inactive clandestine meth lab, marijuana, drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine itself, according to KSP Trooper Josh Lawson.

  • EMS will add fee for those who don’t ride

    We are taught from an early age to dial 911 in the event of an emergency, but on nearly 400 occasions this year, a Henry County EMS has been dispatched to a situation that has not resulted in an ambulance ride to the hospital.
    Called non-transports or refusals, these calls cost the county but not the caller. That will change Dec. 1
    At the Henry County Fiscal Court meeting Oct. 18, Magistrate Scott Bates explained to the court the costs associated with making these ambulance runs that result in no revenue for the time and effort expended by Henry County EMS.

  • COMPASS to guide users to treatment

    A new program of the Tri County Community Action Agency (TCCAA) hopes to provide assistance to individuals and families struggling with addiction.
    The COMPASS program serves Henry, Oldham and Trimble counties with a focus on offering guidance, support and resources to anyone interested in treatment for substance abuse.

  • Aline turns 100
  • Drop your drawers at the library

    Make your next visit to the library a brief one, for a good cause, as part of Henry County Public Library’s Drop Your Drawers campaign, according to a news release from Director Jessica Powell. 

    Drop off packages of new underwear for boys and girls, preferably sizes 4 to 16, from Nov. 1 to Dec. 23. Donations will help replenish Henry County elementary schools’ supplies of emergency underpants and provide direct assistance to each school’s Family Resource Centers. 

  • Dawson to serve 10 days in jail

    For her probation violation, Yvonne Dawson, who entered an Alford guilty plea to the charges of arson and trafficking in a controlled substance, will serve 10 days in jail.

  • Winchester dedicated his life to education

    Many were familiar with Roy Winchester’s public persona as a tough, pragmatic educator, coach and administrator, but only a few got to see another side of the man who gave over 50 years of service to Henry County Public Schools.

  • Book details 1936 murder, trial of Lt. Gov. Denhardt

    Ann DAngelo dedicated six years of her life investigating the facts behind the Nov. 6, 1936, shooting death of La Grange widow and businesswoman Verna Garr Taylor in Pendleton, and the author chronicles her findings in “Dark Highway: Love, Murder and Revenge in 1930s Kentucky.”