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Today's News

  • McIntosh donates his 240th pint

    Normally, a Red Cross blood donor might receive cookies and juice after they give, but a Sulphur resident received a slice of cheesecake with a candle on top at his most recent donation.
    John McIntosh reached two milestones on March 6. He donated pint number 240, for a lifetime total of 30 gallons, the same day as he turned 80 years old.

  • ‘Homegrown by Heroes’ promotes veterans in agriculture

    Agriculture Commissioner James Comer on Monday told national military officials that Homegrown By Heroes “is one small thing that we can do to show our appreciation for our military veteran farmers,” according to a news release.
    Comer hosted a presentation about Homegrown By Heroes for Col. James P. Isenhower III, director of the Chairman’s Office of Reintegration for the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Cmdr. Brent J. Embry, USN, Northern Region director of the Chairman’s Office of Reintegration.

  • 4-H members learn how to be savvy consumers

    This month in the 4-H school clubs we have been talking about how important it is to be a savvy consumer.  
    We discussed what our basic needs are:  food, shelter and clothing, as well as their wants.  
    There was as discussion about how someone may need a new pair of jean, but do they really need to spend a lot of money for a certain brand name?  
    I asked students to write down several items that they really want.  
    While some were predictable there were also unusual ones as well.  

  • Know these important dates for ag activities

    Henry County Cattlemen Association to Meet March 23 at 6:30
    The next Henry County Cattlemen Association meeting will be held at the Extension Office on Monday, March 23, at 6:30 p.m.  
    The meal is sponsored by the Henry County Farm Bureau Federation and the guest speaker will be Fran McCall, commodities specialist with Kentucky Farm Bureau.  
    Call the Extension office at 845-2811 by Friday, March 20, to let the Cattlemen know how many to prepare for.
    Farmers Market Gearing Up

  • MCDONALD’s Employee recognized
  • Sports Brief, March 11, 2015

    Cornerstone Christian Academy will have a spring basketball camp beginning Saturday, April 25 and ending Saturday, May 16, for a total of four Saturdays. 

    The camp will be led by former and current Cornerstone Christian Academy Basketball Coaches Chris Armstrong and Jason Bradshaw. There will also be current college coaches each week as guest and other special guests. 

  • Henry Hoopla

    It is time for our annual Henry Hoopla NCAA basketball bracket contest. This year we are going digital, which gives our players the ability to go online and enter their picks directly.

    But fear not, if you wish to make your picks on paper, we will still have brackets available in the paper and you can still pick up a bracket at our office.

  • Winter storm delays tournament

    Remember January? Very little snow, mild temperatures? Ring a bell? 

    By the end of that month we were beginning to think that predictions of a bad winter were way off. And then February and early March happened.

    Does anyone remember the last time an entire week of basketball was cancelled across most of the state? It happened the week before the district tournament.

  • 2014-15 Basketball Season Review

    The 2014-15 basketball season is in the history books and it was a mixed bag of highs and lows for local teams. 

  • 2014-15 Basketball Season Review

    The 2014-15 basketball season is in the history books and it was a mixed bag of highs and lows for local teams.