Today's News

  • Remembering those who served

    At the second annual Memorial Day program to honor Henry County’s fallen soldiers, the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, Henry County Unit 155, individuals gathered at Eminence Christian Church to recognize members of this community who had died in the line of service from World War I through Operation Desert Shield.

  • Lightning and storms pose some shocking hazards on the farm

    By Levi Berg

    Henry County Extension Service

  • One killed, one injured in Ky. 22 wreck

    Two brothers from Alabama received serious injuries after a single-vehicle crash on Ky. 22 near Bethlehem May 25 at 9 p.m., according to a news release from Kentucky State Police. One died afterwards from his injuries.
    A vehicle driven by Michael Trask, 27, was traveling westbound on Ky. 22 near the intersection with Ky. 573, when it left the road and struck a tree, Trooper Josh Lawson, spokesman for KSP Post 5, said.

  • Homemakers celebrate their 78-year anniversary

    The Henry County Extension Homemakers celebrated their 78th annual meeting this past week at the extension office.   
    The meeting opened with a Silent Auction to raise funds for the Kentucky Extension Homemaker Ovarian Cancer program and a collection of backpack food items that is being donated to the Family Resource Center.
    The program for the evening was a slide show by Steve Moore, retired ag agent. His topic was a review of the retirement trip that he and Cindy took to Hawaii this past fall.  

  • Investigation closes down IOOF lodge

    The Eminence Lodge 140 of the International Order of Odd Fellows has closed while the Kentucky State Police conducts a criminal investigation, according to police and a Kentucky Odd Fellows leader.
    A typewritten note dated April 30 under the letterhead of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, signed by Grand Master Arthur Light, recently appeared on the door of the building on South Penn Avenue in Eminence.

  • Henry County Public Schools perfect attendance awards

    Educators with Henry County Public Schools recently recognized students across the county who set the gold standard in participation during the 2015-2016 school year with the Earl Holmes Perfect Attendance Award. Recipients broken down by school include:

  • 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.