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Today's News

  • Art works
  • Campbellsburg Elementary Students of the month
  • Ag students learn during field trips in their community

    Until the new five-period day schedule at Henry County High School, it would have been impossible for a class to leave campus, go somewhere, and return in only one or two periods, according to a news release from the school’s ag department.  But ag teacher Lindsey Davie said with the new 73-minute classes, six classes in the agriculture department have been able to take advantage of some local leaders in the ag world to give students exposure to agriculture fields and opportunities without even leaving the county.  

  • Craft Guild Hosts Spring Art Show

    The Henry County Arts and Crafts Guild hosted its first ever Spring Craft Show on Saturday at the fairgrounds.

  • ‘Elvis’ has left Providence’s building

    When Elvis tribute artist Don Goodfleisch appeared at Providence New Castle on April 10, some people couldn’t resist the music. Twin Oaks nursing home resident Bonnie Key for one, at right in red, grabbed a partner and started dancing, but other residents took a more laidback approach. Goodfleisch visited New Castle as part of Second Wind Dreams activities, a Henry County group designed to boost the quality of life of seniors. Second Wind Dreams has made more than 300 wishes of Henry County people come true.

  • Tree seedlings handed out to celebrate Earth Day, Arbor Day

    The Henry County Conservation District provides tree seedlings on an annual basis to the fourth-grade students in the county school systems to observe Arbor Day and Earth Day, according to a news release.  
    The district utilizes any opportunity available to impress in the minds of youth the vital importance of conservation of Henry County’s natural resources, according to Mikki Croxton.
    The district purchases different species that will thrive here and the Kentucky Division of Forestry matches the order with white pine seedlings.  

  • Backyard Politics

    Scott stands out as other GOP gubernatorial candidates struggle to distinguish themselves during anOldham Co. debate.

    By Rae Hodge
    Landmark News Service
    LA GRANGE — Only hours after Kentucky’s junior Sen. Rand Paul, announced his bid for the U.S. presidency April 7 from the lavish perch of Louisville’s historic Galt House, the wooden pews of La Grange Baptist Church were filled with the faithful.  

  • Back in the saddle

    The Henry County Saddle Club hosted a horse fair and show Saturday at the fairgrounds. The event drew riders and enthusiasts from around the region.

  • PSA, silent film earn STLP awards for Henry County media students

    Henry County media students won State Student Technology Leadership Program awards after sharing their cinematic vision in the educational contest.
    Izabelle Miller and Justice Kirk entered their haunting public service announcement against teen drinking and driving and took first place.
    Terralynn Smith, Bo Wagner, Frankie Taylor and Rachel Vegh won second place in features for “The Vamp and The Falcon,” a silent film homage that follows a gangster-and-moll couple who victimize an unsuspecting bartender.

  • Marching On

    The top family team from the 2014 March for Babies in Greater Louisville will take steps to have an even greater impact on the March of Dimes fundraiser again this year.
    The Perrys of Eminence will participate in the May 9 event at the Big Four Lawn in Louisville’s Waterfront Park. This signals Aimee Perry’s ninth year of participating in many March of Dimes activities, after her first son, Ryan, was born prematurely in 2006.