Today's News

  • Bryant earns CPA scholarship

    The Educational Foundation of the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants (KyCPA) has awarded $63,915 in scholarships to college students studying accounting on behalf of the foundation and other benefactors, including a student from Eminence who is studying at Bellarmine University.
    Emily Bryant of Eminence was one of five students recognized as John Brown Scholars from Bellarmine University.
    Bryant was also the sole recipient of the Dave Calzi Scholarship.

  • Archer named to Governor’s School for the Arts

    This summer, the Kentucky Center will host over 200 eager young artists, including a Henry County High School student, as the Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) takes place at Danville’s Centre College from June 19 to July 9, according to a news release.
    Participating from Henry County in drama is Jessica Archer.

  • Mahoney named sub of the year

    By Jesse Harp, Henry County Local

  • C-BURG Auto Repair opens in Campbellsburg

    C-BURG Auto and Truck Repair recently opened to offer the motoring public an option for service close to home.
    Located at 7207 Campbellsburg Road, owners William Payton and Tim Hayes decided it was time to put their experience to work at their own business.
    “We’re working on pretty much everything automotive, and we’re also working on semis on interstate repair,” Payton said.

  • Go back in time at the Ren Faire

    By Jesse Harp

    Henry County Local

  • Coffee with a congressman

    By Jesse Harp, Henry County Local

  • Men’s Health Fair set for June 11

    Jewish Hospital, Shelbyville, will host the 16th annual Men’s Health Fair June 11 from 8 a.m. to noon, according to committee member Wayne Gunnell. The fair will offer free health screenings including cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure checks and more.

  • Recavass doesn’t change vote totals
  • 4-H to provide lots of summer fun and activities

    If you are looking for some fun activities to fill your summer days, you may want to check out the following events.  
    • May 31 –  4-H campers orientation at 6:30 p.m. to be held at the Henry County Extension Office.  If you would like to meet your cabin and teen leaders, as well as see who is in your cabin and get answers to any questions you may have, then make sure to be here.  We will also be giving out luggage tags that night.  There are still a few boy slots available so talk to your friends and urge them to come along for the fun.

  • Caps Off: HCHS Class of 2016


    Henry County High School’s gymnasium was filled to capacity Friday night with family and friends of the Class of 2016 for its commencement exercises. As Principal Shannon Sageser spoke to the graduating class, he mentioned the lessons this year’s seniors had taught him, which included being of service to others, working hard, exhibiting leadership and having a little bit of fun, referencing the senior prank that placed the high school for sale on Craigslist.