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Today's News

  • Pleasureville pressure woes to ease

    General Manager

    Years of low water pressure may soon come to an end for residents in, and around, Pleasureville.

    A new water tower has risen above the city’s tree line, though welding marks on the tank’s exterior may make the tank look older than it really is..

    Once completed, the new tower will have three times the capacity of its predecessor, which should help alleviate years of low water pressure problems in the area.

  • Smithfield to celebrate new park

    General Manager

    A big celebration is on tap in the county’s smallest incorporated community.

    Smithfield will host Music in the Park Saturday evening in an event that will showcase the city’s most recent acquisition — a one acre parcel of ground that expands the city’s small park.

    The celebration, which starts at 5 p.m. Saturday, will feature music by Dave Stahl and Reid Moore, will be catered by Our Best, and feature a few homemade desserts from Smithfield Christian Church.

  • Country living is the life for me

    In 40 years of marriage, my husband and I and our children – all now grown – have lived in five states and about twice that many houses, beginning with a mobile home in Kansas. On three occasions we lived in subdivisions, most recently on the east side of Louisville. That was never our ‘cup of tea.’

  • Thanks for help during storm clean up

    Words can’t express our thanks and appreciation for our great neighbors, the Rogers’ family, the Worford family for helping us open our road. We all worked together to clear eight to 10 downed trees on Flatrock and Mt. Glead Roads. A big thanks to the Shelby Rural Electric men, who worked endlessly to get our light lines back up and running. Neighbors and friends like Shelby Rural Electric, working together, in the time of need gives us all hope for the future.

    Wendell and Barbara Parks

    New Castle

  • Student gets an education in transportation

    Staff writer/photographer

    From horses on the hoof to horses under the hood of a race car, Jessica Riley, a 14-year old freshman at Henry County High School, learned a lot about transportation over the summer.

    Riley was one of 18 Kentucky high school students who attended Kentucky State University’s Summer Transportation Program.

    “We studied all about planes, buses and boats,” Riley said. “We studied horses because back in the old days they used horses for transportation.”

  • Community Calendar for the week of September 24, 2008

    Wednesday, September 24

    Karate classes will be held at the Community Center from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

    Children’s Story and Craft hour every Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m. at Pleasureville Christian Church. Also, the community library at the church is open to the public from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.

    Thursday, September 25

    TOPS 298 will meet at Orville Baptist Church. Weigh in 4:30 p.m. and meeting at 5 p.m. New members welcome.

  • Glorified pracrice for Cats at Gallatin Co.

    Sports editor

    Last Tuesday’s cross county meet at Gallatin County was nothing more than a glorified practice for the Henry County squad that is currently aiming towards the Greater Louisville Classic Oct. 4, head coach Ricky Drawbaugh said. But a day after the Cats had a tough practice, they were still able to put together a solid race on the hilly layout.

  • Six matches in one day — Ladycats win Carroll County Invitational

    Sports editor

    The Henry County Ladycats won the Carroll County Invitational Saturday, making it a perfect two of two in volleyball tournaments so far this season.

  • Ladycats will take another shot at history this Monday

    Sports editor

    For the fifth straight season, the Henry County girls’ golf team has the goal of finishing among the top two teams at its regional tournament to advance to the state tournament for the first time in school history.

  • Warriors earn shutout win for first time, remain undefeated

    Sports editor

    The Eminence Warriors got off to a 4-0 start for the first time since 2000 by dominating Friday’s football game against Bracken County. With a 46-0 shutout victory, which was in conjunction with Eminence’s homecoming, the Warriors have sealed a spot in the state playoffs for the second straight season and now have their eyes on home field advantage.

    If the Warriors can defeat either Gallatin County this Friday or Frankfort Oct. 24, they will host a playoff game for the first time in school history.