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Today's News

  • Park ceremony was nice event

    The dedication perseverance and volunteer efforts were apparent at the park dedication and ribbon cutting Thursday, Sept. 9.

  • Going up? New Castle residents to see slight property tax increases

    Staff writer/photographer

    Taxes, and utility rates, soon will go up in New Castle.

    Monday night, the city’s commission approved the first reading of the 2010 tax rate ordinance, which increased the property tax rate by 0.7 cents.

  • Cletus Eugene seen near Eastern

    Landmark News Service

    Nearly two years after its escape, an Owenton woman’s missing kangaroo may have been spotted Thursday morning in the rural Henry County community of Bethlehem.

    Jeannie Stivers was driving through the small community when something caught her eye.

     

  • NASCAR could drive city growth

    General Manager

    Hampton’s loss could be Campbellsburg’s gain.

    Since 1951, the small Georgia city 30 miles south of Atlanta hosted two races in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series. In August, NASCAR and the owners of Kentucky Motor Speedway in Sparta, announced that at least one of those races will come to the Kentucky track next year.

  • Community Calendar for the week of September 15, 2010

    Wednesday, Sept. 15

    Children’s Story and Craft hour every Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m. at Pleasureville Christian Church. Also, the community library at the church is open to the public.

    Thursday, Sept. 16

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

  • Going up? Eminence residents to see slight property tax increases

    General Manager

    Property taxes in Eminence will rise next year, but only slightly.

    On a $100,000 home, taxes will go from $299 to $302, as the rate shifts to 30.2 cents per $100 assessed value, a 0.3-cent increase over current rates.

     

  • Public Records for the week of July 21, 2010

    District Court

    Traffic

    Monday, July 12

    Judge Diana E. Wheeler

    James A. Bowlin, 1947, charges from 5/1: leaving the scene of an accident/failure to render aid or assistance, merged/dismissed; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, BAC .08, 1st offense, guilty, fines and costs $968, apply $300 bond, balance due 10/18, 30 day loss of license, attend and complete alcohol/drug education program, proof due 7/26.

  • Public Records for the week of September 15, 2010

    Marriages

    Katherine I. Wright, 41, Pleasureville, to Larry L. Harp Jr., 20, Pleasureville.

    Zoning permits

    Elizabeth Heudecker, 437 Main Street, Pleasureville, 8/4, storage building, fee $23, value $300.

    Greg Gatros, 2444 Mt. Olivet Road, La Grange, 8/6, garage addition, fee $29, value $500.

    Greg Wilhite, 739 Fox Creek Road, Pendleton, 8/6, pole barn, fee $180.

  • A weekend night at the White Cottage

    Staff Reporter/Photographer

    Once upon a time, it was the focal point at Pendleton Road and U.S. 42 in Sligo.

    Henry County historian Hammer Smith said anybody over 50 years old should remember something about the White Cottage Restaurant.

    The business was a combination gas station and restaurant, and at times even a nightclub of somewhat questionable legality.

  • Are you ready for some politickin?

    It’s almost that time. Yard signs are populating yards like bunny rabbits.

    That can only mean one thing — it’s election time. The big day is less than 60 days away. Are you ready?

    At that time, we’ll cast our votes for nearly all of our county offices as well as for U.S. Senator.

    I consider it an honor, privilege and a duty to go to the polls.