.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • WEDDING - Watts

    Amanda Lauren Rene Seaton and Michael Keith Watts were united in marriage at 3 p.m. March 23, 2012 in the chapel at the Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nev.

    The bride is the daughter of Carl and Sharon Seaton, Hillsboro, Ore.  She is the granddaughter  of Dorothy Ashley, Owensboro and Barbara Riley Cisney, Louisburg. Her Godmother is Mona Santiago, Las Vegas, Nev.

  • Brief — Prom fundraiser

    The Class of 2014 will be hosting a Ford Drive 4 UR School Event from 10 a.m. top 6 p.m., May 11. Thanks to Earl Floyd Ford, the Junior class will receive money for each person who comes to test drive a new Ford car. We will also have a bake sale, a car wash, and many other exciting events for the whole family. Come over to Henry County High School for this great event.

  • Eastern Elementary School students

    Pictured above are the Eastern Elementary School students of the month for March: Logan Burba, Alexis Ford, Kylee Morris, Josh Beverly, Kayleigh Tallent, Ray Finney, Tyler Dees, Cory Doss, Madison Mitchell, Zander Garrison, Adam Fisher and Briahna Preston.

  • Eminence students help with Habitat

    Eminence High Schools students helped at a Habitat for Humanity build site in Louisville last week.

  • Public Record for the week of April 24

     Property Transfers

    Robert and Reva Renaker, Sulphur, to Gregory S. and Regina C. Gardiner, Louisville. 78.5 acres in Henry County; $190,000.

    Harold Stephen and Debbie Ann Case, Lexington, to David M. and Teressa McKee, Pleasureville. Tract No. 2 of Case Farm divided; $67,000.

    Chris A. Pylant; and Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, FLCA, by Joseph S. Yates, Master Commissioner, New Castle, to Farm Credit Services of Mid America, FLCA. Lot No. 106 of Deerfield Farms; $13,400.

  • Martin defense pitches ‘purposeful lie’

    The trial of a Henry County man on charges that he illegally had a three-year sexual relationship with a minor continues today.

    Joseph David Martin, 39, of Turners Station took the stand in his own defense Tuesday, explaining the concept of ‘purposeful lies,’ as introduced by his attorney, Harley Blankenship.

    During opening arguments last week, Blankenship told the jury of 11 women and two men that while Martin initially confessed to the crimes he was charged with, he later recanted his confession.

  • Colors... by Picasso

    Robin McHone and her Eminence middle and high school art club students will host their fourth art club auction show on May 2 with original art pieces.

    The pieces range in mediums from weaving, pottery to furniture and two-dimensional art. Students love doing the pieces their own way.

    “I’m painting a Pablo Picasso chair. I call it Colors by Picasso,” said sophomore Bailey Jo Record.

  • Beshear presents sewer $

    Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear and local officials celebrated the much-anticipated Community Development Block Grant for Eminence’s wastewater treatment expansion project last week.

  • Eric Davis named principal at NCES

    Eric Davis never wanted to work in a large school district.

    Davis said he and his wife Kimberlee made the decision for him to pursue the principal’s vacancy at New Castle Elementary as principal and he can’t wait to get started.

  • Cats claw wins over Bears, Panthers

    After two straight defeats last week, the Henry County Wildcats bounced back Saturday with what head coach Coach Zak Yates termed the best performance of the year.

    The Cats got on the scoreboard in the first inning when starting pitcher Aaron McClish drilled a two-out, solo home run.

    Spencer County came back with a solo home run of their own in the second inning to tie.

    Henry County then scored four runs in the third inning to take a 5-1 lead.