Today's News

  • Hope Jam to raise funds for Relay for Life May 16

    Raising even more money to benefit Relay for Life at this year’s Hope Jam May 16 would be music to the Eminence Speaker team’s ears.
    Advance tickets are on sale now through the Kentucky Renaissance Fair, the event’s venue, for $15 each at its website, www.kyrenfaire.com. On the day of show, concert goers can buy tickets for $20.
    For the first time, Hope Jam will offer a VIP section with a covered tent, private bar, tables and chairs and access to the front of the stage for $40 each.

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  • Books provided to Campbellsburg

    Many students at Campbellsburg Elementary School will have a new “favorite book” soon, according to a news release from the Ambassador Company. 

    “My Favorite Book” and “The Way to Go,” illustrated volumes on topics of moral and character values, are being made available to Campbellsburg as a gift to first and fourth-graders by local business leaders who care about children, the news release said.

  • Local Buzz, May 20, 2015

    Arts & Crafts

    Free adult scrapbooking offered at the Eminence Community Life Center from 10 a.m. to noon, on Thursdays.

    Church Services

    Grub Ridge Church on Gest Creek Road will have its homecoming on Sunday, June 7, starting at 1 p.m. with a potluck lunch. Regular service will be at 2:30 p.m. All or welcome. 

  • Public Records, May 20, 2015

    KSP arrests

    Ashley Wood, 25, Pleasureville – arrested May 11 at Castle Highway, Pleasureville, by Trooper Dykes for execution of two bench warrants

    Lee R. Smith, 46, Pleasureville – arrested May 12 at Bohannon Street, Pleasureville, by Trooper Ferris for assault 4th-domestic violence, minor injury

  • DAR names Citizenship Award winners


  • A Memorial Day message for those who serve

    It may not be the official start of the season, but for most of us, the upcoming three-day weekend is when summer arrives.

    This time is about much more than that, of course.  More importantly, it’s when our nation pays tribute to those who died defending our country.

    That list now has more than 1.2 million names, about half of which were added during the four years of the Civil War.

  • Eminence High School Honors Night

    Awards and Honors

  • Yount awarded scholarship

    Justin Yount of Eminence recently received a $1,000 United Producers Inc. Scholarship, according to a news release. 

     Yount, a senior at Henry County High School, is the son of John and Lynette Yount. After graduation, Yount plans to attend the University of Kentucky to study Animal Science.

  • Track Cats send four athletes to state


    Cameron Johnson, Patrick Cravens, Connor Finley and Morgan Miller are all making their second trip to the state track meet after qualifying in the Class AA, Region Three meet held at North Oldham May 12.

    The three boys all made it to the state meet last year and Miller, a senior, made it in the pole vault her sophomore year.