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Today's News

  • New Castle Elementary School Student of the Week: Kennedy Brown

    Kennedy is a 2nd grader at New Castle Elementary.

     

    What is your favorite subject?

    Writing because it’s cool to sometimes write about what’s going on in your life that is exciting, make people laugh and to make up characters.

     

    I also like reading. When it’s a story and it’s exciting or you read a book about crafts you can learn to make something.

     

    What do you do for fun?

  • Eminence Elementary School Student of the Week: Jayden Kruer

    Jayden Kruer is  a 1st grader at

    Eminence Elementary School.

     

    Where are you from?

    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

     

    What is your favorite subject?

    I like to read books.

     

    What do you do for fun?

    I like to play outside and go down the slide.

     

    What do you want to do when you grow up?

    I want to be a teacher. I like to help people.

     

    What kind of music do you like?

    Dance music.

  • Lady Cats down Demons: Fall to Shelby, Walton

    The Henry County Lady Cats volleyball team had a busy opening week, playing three matches three days in a row. They came away with a victory over Williamstown and losses to Shelby County and Walton-Verona.

    The Lady Cats traveled to Williamstown Thursday and came away with 25-12, 25-22 wins to get their first victory of the season.

  • Students get farm to table experience at Youth Ag Day
  • Warriors volleyball team off to fast start

    After a slow start in which each team had trouble getting their serves over the net the Eminence Warriors took off and never looked back, handily defeating Louisville Southern, 2-0.

    The first game started with the teams trading net serves, but at 3-3 Brie Prewitt went back to serve and the Warriors ripped off six straight points to take a 9-3 lead. Prewitt had three aces in the run, while Tiffany Thomas had a block and Kennedy Fitzgerald had a kill.

  • Kentucky State Fair Results

    Results for 4-H, Cloverville, beef cattle, plants and flowers, special cooking challenges, sheep, swine, tobacco, youth beef, youth sheep and youth swine classes were not available by press time.

     

    Boer Goats

    1902 Fullblood Boer Does

    Class 002 Doe Kids - 3 to under 6 months

    10th, LKJ Imma Believer, Jeffries Farms LLC, New Castle

    Class 007 Yearling Does - 12 to under 16 months

    5th, LKJ Tracy, Jeffries Farms LLC, New Castle

  • Warriors run past Caverna

    What started as a close shootout turned into a second-half rout as the Eminence Warriors beat Caverna 56-20 in their season opener.

    Quarterback Justin Mitchell picked up where he left off last year, racking up 197 yards passing on 8 completions.

  • Free online weightloss tools can help you succeed

    Submitted

    In a time where almost every infomercial on TV offers a new and improved weight loss tool it is easy to get caught up in the hype.

    The key to weight loss is frustratingly simple… cut your calories. There are not any fancy tricks or magic bullets— it’s just old-fashioned arithmetic. Burn more than you consume. Easy right? Well maybe it is a little harder than it sounds but there are resources available to make losing weight a less arduous process. Not only do these resources simplify your life but they are free!

  • Is that medication The One?

    By Lindsey Seel

     

    When I was about to get married my friends and family asked me plenty of questions about my husband-to-be. Why do you love your fiance? Does he make a good living? Do you trust him? Is it forever?

  • Vaccines are critical and safe

    Vaccines have been a recent hot topic as the new school year begins and immunization records must be updated. This year the issue of vaccine safety, particularly the myth that vaccines cause autism, has been a frequent talking point. The View’s recent hiring of co-host Jenny McCarthy reignited controversy about vaccines because of the entertainer’s vocal views on vaccinations causing autism.

    What happens if I don’t vaccinate my child?