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Today's News

  • Volunteers make help center award possible
  • Fiscal court magistrate makes history

    In becoming a Henry County magistrate, Rickey Timberlake only wanted to help the people. He didn’t set a goal of breaking new ground by becoming the first African American to serve on fiscal court.
    As he sees it, this office simply provides him with another avenue to give back to the community.

  • Louden-Branham wedding

    Aimee Elizabeth Louden and Walter Mason Branham were united in marriage on Friday, January 16, 2105 at Sulphur Christian Church. The Rev. Richard Mardis, pastor of Church of Christ, officiated.
    The bride was given in marriage by her parents and children, Corey Webb and Hannah Embs. She wore a traditional princess gown of winter satin, overlayed in web netting lace with white and gold sequins. Seed pearls covered the entire bodice. The triple skirts were trimmed with five runners of sequins and pearls.

  • Henry County math teacher to discuss Common Core on KET show

    On the next edition of Education Matters, panelists join host Bill Goodman to discuss the state’s adoption and adaptation of the national Common Core standards, which in Kentucky are known as the Kentucky Core Academic Standards (KCAS). Education Matters “Inside the Common Core” airs Monday, April 13 at 9/8 p.m. on KET.
    In Feb. 2010, Kentucky became the first state to adopt the national Common Core State Standards in mathematics and in English/language arts.

  • Fire destroys Robinson Farm Equipment in Eminence

    Wind gusts propelled flames, dense black smoke and intense heat through Robinson’s Farm Equipment in Eminence and threatened several nearby homes on South Main during the March 31 blaze.
    Fanned by the winds and fueled by the contents at Robinson’s, the blaze consumed the structure in about an hour after the 12:20 p.m. alarm went out to Henry County fire and emergency personnel.
    Two people inside the store during lunchtime noticed the smoke and fled.

  • Basketball season leaves me odd woman out

    It’s a very awkward time of year for someone who is not a huge college basketball fan.

    Someone like me.

    I am not staying up late watching the games. I am not trolling facebook looking for extra tickets to games. No, I did not watch the game last night. I am not sweating my bracket.

  • Local Buzz, March 25, 2015

    Easter Programs

    Providence Baptist Church, 51 Louden Lane in Campbellsburg, will have a program, The Living Last Supper, Wednesday, April 1 at 7 p.m.  Communion to follow after the service. For more information call 532-6321.

  • Public Record, March 25, 2015

    EPD arrests 

    Charles Barnett, 34, Pleasureville -  arrested March 20 by Officer Wilson, for a Henry County failure to appear warrant

    Justin Blanford, 28, Eminence - arrested March 20 by Officer Wilson, for a Henry County failure to appear warrant

    Kevin Evans, 39, Frankfort - arrested March 14 by Officer Wilson for a Shelby County fail to appear warrant

  • Local politicians work together for agriculture and small business
  • Passing laws to encourage economic development

    Each legislative session, the public understandably focuses most of its attention on the biggest issues facing the General Assembly, which this year range from addressing a heroin epidemic to modernizing rules for the telecommunications industry.