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Today's News

  • March Math Madness

    Eastern Elementary School held a Math March Madness night, which featured both math- and college-themed games for the students to enjoy. Due to the fact the timing was close to the college basketball playoffs, students were encouraged to wear the jersey of their favorite team. While students played games in classrooms, adults heard an informational session on college and career readiness.

  • Survivor boosts Relay for Life

    If all of those touched by cancer participated in Relay for Life, then every person in Henry County would get involved in the fight, said one survivor at the Henry County Relay for Life kickoff.

  • Separate accidents shut down Ky. 146

    Two recent wrecks on Highway 146 held up traffic in Henry County, near the CSX railroad tracks and the Oldham County line.
    The first occurred March 2 at approximately 3:45 p.m. when Kentucky State Police received a report that a vehicle collided with a train.
    “Preliminary investigation states that the vehicle’s operator, Jeffrey S. Delahanty, 47, of La Grange, for unknown reasons, disregarded illuminated railroad crossing warning lights and collided with the engine of the train operated by CSX,” according to initial information by KSP.

  • Road crews draw praise for snow removal

    After the monster snowstorm dropped around a foot of snow on parts of Henry County March 5, residents took to social media to thank crews for clearing their roads.
    “Thanks for all the hard work and dedication to all our road workers, etc.!” Kim Tingle posted on the Henry County Local’s Facebook page, after a road condition update.  “Henry County does a great job!”
    “Want to thank Henry County road department for grading Flatrock Road,” wrote Barbara Parks.

  • Eminence recognizes duncan’s service as police chief

    Photos by Renee Toole.

    Eminence officials, police and friends and family gathered Feb. 27 to wish police Chief Carey Duncan the best in his retirement. Duncan posed for a photo with all the police department personnel.

  • Eminence Education Foundation raises funds for scholarships

    The Eminence Education Foundation dinner has one main goal in providing a banquet with silent and live auctions and entertainment, and that’s to encourage those who contribute to scholarships for students to enjoy and to continue their participation, Chairman Allan Byrant said.

  • Centenarian Celebration planned

    In honor of Older American’s Month in May, KIPDA Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living is planning the a Centenarian Celebration, according to a news release.  
    The goal is to recognize and honor citizens who live in the seven-county KIPDA region, who are 100 years old or older, including those in Henry County.  
    Exceptions will be made for individuals who are 99 years old, turning 100 this year.

  • March is a time to recognize everyday heroes: blood donors

    The American Red Cross is recognizing the country’s everyday heroes during Red Cross Month.
    “Everyday heroes help those in need in Kentuckiana,” said Jennifer Adrio, CEO of the Kentucky Region. “They are our volunteers, our blood donors, people who take our classes or those who make a financial contribution to help us help others. During Red Cross Month we thank them for their support.”

  • Shooting leads to theft cases, arrests

    After an accidental shooting in a vehicle injured an Eminence man Feb. 26, the resulting investigation led to charges against two others in burglaries and thefts both here and in Covington in Northern Kentucky, according to an Eminence police report.
    Police got involved after a report that a gun went off in a vehicle in which Tylor Roby, 19, of Eminence was a passenger, according to information from Major O.C. Jones of Eminence Police Department.
    Eminence police responded to 4717 Jackson Road, because the victim had been transported there.

  • Missing Pieces

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the history of the Locker in New Castle could tell itself through two intriguing early 20th century photos.