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Today's News

  • Take 5 with Emory Eldridge

    Basic bio

    Beavercreek, Ohio native

    Carrollton resident since 1987

    Georgetown graduate double-major

    religion and accounting

    Past pastor at New Liberty Baptist

    Concord Baptist Church

    Current pastor at Gracepoint Church

    549 Carmon Creek Road, Campbellsburg

    How did your path begin to becoming a pastor?

  • Heroin forum addresses regional problem

    By Alix Mattingly

    Landmark News Service

    Addiction is not often a topic for casual conversation, but local leaders are hoping to change that.

    “If you would have told me a year ago that I would be in Oldham County giving a talk on heroin I would have given you a blank stare,” Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Allison Jones said.

    Jones was speaking to the approximately 100 people who had gathered at North Oldham High School Auditorium on Thursday night for a panel discussion entitled Heroin Hits Home: Our Community’s Response.

  • New minister: A community resource

    By Will Phillips

    news@hclocal.com

    Smithfield Baptist Church has a new pastor. Bo Irvin moved to Smithfield in February with his wife Elizabeth, daughter Olivia, and newborn son Bo, he plans to immediately begin making a difference in his community and church.

    “We want to be a great resource in the community, and we want to build friendships and relationships.” Irvin said, regarding what he feels is his church’s place in the community of Smithfield and Henry County at large.

  • Accident closes Milton-Madison Bridge before historic engineering feat

    By Brad Bowman

    editor@hclocal.com

    An accident Tuesday morning closed the U.S. 421 Milton-Madison Bridge after a bearing dislodged between the pier and bridge injuring a construction worker.

    According to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, the construction worker was taken to Kings Daughters Hospital in Madison and didn’t appear to have serious injuries.

  • State Senate Candidate Series

    By Todd Martin

    Landmark news service

    Gary “Tony” McCurdy says he’s tired of Kentucky’s lawmakers looking at the small picture and wants to see a more proactive approach.

    That led him to run against Ben Chandler in the 6th District U.S. Congress race in 2008.

    “There wasn’t a Republican running against him, and I knew he could be beaten,” he said. “So I decided to run.”

  • Carrollton man charged with murder

    By Brad Arterburn

    Public Information Officer Post 5

  • PBI Bank Meet and Greet

     submitted

    Friday, March 14, from 12:00 pm to

    2:00 pm Eminence Branch 646  Elm

    Street (502) 845-1001.

    Froggy Radio will broadcast live with

    Mr. Froggy.

    Stop by to meet new loan officer Roy

    Weeks.

    Refreshments will be served along

    with drawings for give-a-ways

    www.PBIbank.com

  • Lady Cats defeat Carroll 38-29

    The Henry County Lady Cats earned their first trip to the 8th Region tournament since 1998 on Feb. 26 with a win against the host Carroll County Lady Panthers in the 31st District Tournament.

    The game was a defensive battle with both teams attempting to take away the top scorer from their opponent. In the end the Lady Cats had more firepower from their role players and came away with a nine point win despite leading scorer Cheyenne Clark being held to six points.

  • Breaking the Rule

    One of the first things you learn in Journalism 101 is that when reporting a story you must stay objective. How do I know this since I never took a journalism class in my life? Brad told me. He’s our news editor and a real journalist, and he is always talking about objectivity in reporting.

  • Wildcats squeak by Gallatin

    The Henry County Wildcats took on the Gallatin County Wildcats in the first round of the 31st District tournament on Feb. 26 and came out with a 51-48 win in overtime to advance to the 8th Region Tournament.

    The Wildcats got good free throw shooting in overtime and some clutch baskets from substitutes Dakota Estes and Nacona Jeffries to pull out a tough come-from-behind win.

    The Wildcats led at halftime by a score of 21-16 but Gallatin County came roaring back to take an eight-point lead with 1:52 left in the third period.