Today's News

  • ‘Re-’ is the key for EIS

    In a July 28 open house, students and parents of Eminence Independent Schools will see a refurbished elementary school and gymnasium.
    EIS drafted a bid, which was sent to the state, for several aspects of the renovations, including demolition. That bid was accepted.

    Because of that and by investing a great deal of their own sweat equity, Superintendent Buddy Berry calculated their savings at about 40 percent.
    “We did over $80,000 of work ourselves,” he said. “When you have talented folks, it goes a long, long way.”

  • Brammell really ‘cuts the mustard’

    When a 21-year old hears the battle cry of “Road Trip!!!” there is only one thing to do: hop in the car with a buddy and start driving.

    Recently, newly graduated University of Kentucky senior Reese Brammell answered that siren call, but in a most unusual way.

    Brammell explained from on the road in Fargo, N.D. “I was looking for anything over-the-top fun, exciting and entertaining,” he said. “I Googled ‘fun things to do after graduation.’”

  • Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back.

    On Friday, June 24, Henry County’s Relay for Life teams gathered at Henry County High School to celebrate and remember cancer survivors and those whose lives were cut short by the disease. Above, survivors and their families take to the track for the first lap. At right, Suzanne Nelson and Terry Heffley work on Team Dunavan’s tent site — a Candyland theme. Below, Diana Berry places a photo of Marla Young during a ceremony honoring the former Relay for Life chairwoman.

  • Thumbs up to the lunch lady

    EIS students need only to give the lunch lady a thumbs-up this fall to receive their noon-time meals.

    New biometric technology in the cafeteria will read each child’s thumbprint to validate his or her identity.

    Superintendent Buddy Berry said the biggest advantage is that students can only access their own accounts. “Kids can’t type in another code,” he said. “Besides that, it’s just really cool.”

    Another plus is that parents may check how much money they have left in the child’s account online.

  • Embry James Stivers

    Embry James Stivers celebrated his first birthday with a Winnie the Pooh party at his home on April 13, 2011. Parents are Steven and Belinda Stivers of Campbellsburg.

    He has two older brothers, Avery and Gentry Stivers.

    Grandparents are Charles and Louise Walling of Pleasureville and Gary and Janice Stivers of Campbellsburg.

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  • Ribbon Cutting

    Renee and Company Photography cut the ribbon on their new business located at the Old Depot in Pleasureville. (From left) Ella Robinson, Renee Toole and Chery Clark are partners in this new business.  Beautiful backdrops with many options as well as outdoor shots  will allow customers to have a keepsake that will be treasured for years to come.

  • Henry County represented at ranch camp

    Pictured are Henry County residents Daquan Bailey and Darion Jones, who attended the Kentucky Sheriff’s Boys and Girls Ranch from June 5 to 10. Also pictured are Henry County Sheriff Danny Cravens and his daughter, who transported the campers, and the ranch’s head counselor, Kelly Buck.

  • Henry County Wildcats Thirtieth District Champions

    New Castle, Ky - Saturday night, at the Henry County gym, the Henry County Wildcats won the 30th District Championship by defeating the Shelbyville Devils, 69-65, in a hard-fought final game of the tournament.
    The entire game was nip and tuck with the quarter scores, Henry County 15 and Shelbyville 14, at the end of the first; Henry County 29 and Shelbyville 34 at the end of the first half; Henry County 44 to Shelbyville’s 46 at the end of the third quarter.

  • Henry County has three golfers compete in State Am

    In her first appearance at the Women’s Kentucky State Amateur, MacKenzie Peyton qualified for the championship flight, and long-time players Melanie Simpson and Tammy Pryor were matched against each other on the opening day for the first time as all three Henry County golfers played in the State Am in Murray last week.