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Today's News

  • ‘Sew Fine’ expo coming to General Butler park in April

    General Butler State Resort Park in Carrollton will host the 12th annual “It’s Sew Fine” Sewing Expo April 10 through12.
    The Expo provides sewing enthusiasts from this region of the country a chance to enrich their sewing skills in quilting, home décor and personal sewing.
    The Cooperative Extension Service, the educational outreach of the University of Kentucky, Kentucky State University and Purdue University plan and conduct the regional sewing expo that has continued to grow since its beginning in 2005.

  • ‘God is working’ at Main Street Baptist

    Main Street Baptist Church in New Castle serves as “a place where God is working,” an inspiring place for worshippers, according to the associate pastor.
    The same spiritual desire that led to the creation of the church back in 1801 remains alive today, said Michael Rodgers, associate pastor. At the time, slaves and sharecroppers came together to provide a place to worship, both for themselves and for future generations.

  • Legislators consider a statewide ban on smoking at schools

    By Melissa Patrick
    Kentucky Health News

  • Spanish Speakers

    Many elementary students in Henry County Public Schools have said hola to a new culture as the district’s English as a second language teacher expanded her duties this year.
    After working as the ESL teacher since 2007, Alicia Mantilla now leads half-hour Spanish classes in every elementary grade.

  • Reed takes an Alford plea for Main St. fire

    Just like his co-defendant, Steven Reed entered an Alford guilty plea in an arson case stemming from a fire in July of 2014 that destroyed several buildings along Main Street in downtown Eminence.
    Reed and his mother-in-law Yvonne Dawson were indicted by a Henry County Grand Jury on Oct. 23, 2015, alleging the two “committed the offense of arson in the second degree, a class B felony when with intent to destroy or damage a building, he/she intentionally started a fire at 5209 South Main Street in Eminence.”

  • Woods celebrates Charlotte's arrival

    Cooper Woods would like to announce the birth of his sister, Charlotte Beth Woods, born November 18, 2016, at Baptist Health in Louisville. She weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces and was 21 inches long.
    Parents are Clint and Alicia Woods of New Castle.
    Grandparents are Dickey and Brenda Bethel, Warsaw and Steve and Iva Woods, Smithfield.
    Great-grandparents are Lucille Tindall of Campbellsburg and Joe Brady of Patriot, Ind.

  • Chessers celebrate 50-year anniversary

    Hubert “Shorty” and Judy Chesser celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, February 6, 2017. Mr. Chesser is retired from Oldham County Schools and Mrs. Chesser is an ordained minister.
    They have three children, Jeannean Heber of Pendleton, Sissy Shepherd of Bedford and Hubert Chesser Jr. of Lawrenceburg. They have eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
    The couple is planning a celebration in April in Tybee Island, Georgia.
     

  • Kentucky has strong business base

    Did you know that two-thirds of new jobs in the U.S. each year are created by small businesses, with more than half of Americans either owning or working for one of these small (but mighty) companies? It’s true, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), which helps small businesses be competitive both here in the U.S. and across the globe. 

  • Beating the odds in love and marriage

    According to certain sources, I should be divorced by now as I carry many of the risk factors for dissolution of marriage.

    I am the child of divorced parents, as is my husband – double whammy. When one spouse comes from a divorced home, the chances of your own divorce increase by 50 percent. They climb an astounding 200 percent higher when both husband and wife come from divorced households, according to a study from the University of Utah.

  • We'll be known by our love or lack of love

    In the mid-1960s, Peter Sholtes penned the words to a song that is sung in most of our churches. The refrain, “They will know we are Christians by our love,” is repeated throughout the song. There are three stanzas, at least that is how many stanzas I know. We sing the song better than we live it.