Today's News

  • 4-H adds the Cloverbud Club

    4-H is proud to announce the start of another new club — the Cloverbud Club. This club is open to youth aged 5  through 8 years old. The club will provide activities and learning opportunities designed especially for the younger ages. These activities will allow the youth to develop skills in decision-making, discovery, communication, self-confidence, and building relationships.

  • How much hay is enough to feed your horse this winter?

    By Levi Berg

    Henry County Extension Office

  • Find unique, local gifts at Saturday’s holiday bazaar

    Even though we don’t have a shopping mall in Henry County, you have the opportunity to purchase those unique, one-of-a-kind gifts just around the corner by attending the 24th annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Henry County 4-H Fairgrounds building.
    Shopping locally also helps to keep those dollars circulating in our own local economy, plus it will save on your gas bill and lower the stress of driving in all that Louisville traffic.  

  • The man in the tree got me thinking

    In the poem, “Trees,” Joyce Kilmer spoke the truth: “I think I shall never see/A poem as lovely as a tree.”
    Of all the living things I see, trees are my favorite. I mourn when one dies, and I cringe when someone cuts a living one down.
    One of my favorite trees was a large mulberry that grew in the backyard of my childhood home.
    It had perfect limbs for a climbing boy, and climb it I did. From high up in its branches, I could see forever. Of course for a boy, “forever” was not as far as it is for the man the boy became.

  • NCES Golden Award winners for October
  • Seniors in HCHS Wildcat Band recognized
  • Operation Christmas Child drop off times

    Henry Christian Church will serve as the collection site this year for the Samaritan’s Purse project Operation Christmas Child—the world’s largest Christmas project of its kind, according to a news release.

  • Completes Dispatcher training

    Eminence-resident Samantha Thompson (center), a dispatcher at Kentucky State Police Post 12
    in Frankfort, received her KSP Telecommunications Academy diploma from KSP Deputy Commissioner
    Alex Payne (right) and Blake Smith, KSP Post 16-Henderson Telecommunications Shift Supervisor and KSP Telecommunications Academy adjunct instructor (left), on Oct. 21 in Frankfort. The training included 236 hours of instruction during a six-week period. A 2014 graduate of Eminence High School, Thompson is the daughter of Dennis and Melissa Thompson of Eminence.

  • Point by point, eis mural takes shape
  • Huge crowd attends Eminence school reunion

    Every five years, alumnus from Eminence Independent Schools celebrate with an all-classes alumni reunion. About 250 past graduates and their guests were in attendance at the EIS Alumni Reunion Saturday, which was held in the high school gymnasium. Guests were treated to appetizers provided by the school’s culinary classes, a catered meal, live music from Leo Mason and Nobody’s Business and tours of the renovated campus. The greatest number of alums in attendance were from the 60s and 70s.