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Today's News

  • 4-H’ers and parents celebrate past achievements

    4-H’ers and their families recently came together to celebrate this past year’s achievements.

  • Public Record for the week of March 6

    Divorces

    James Tomlinson, Pendleton, 38,and Colleen McKay, Pendleton, 39.

    Timothy Raisor,Eminence, 42, and Cara Rubee, Pleasureville, 36.

    Geary Lasley,La Grange, 31, and Dana Vest, Campbellsburg, 30.

    Property Transfers

  • Student of the week: Eminence Middle School Sarah Bryant

    Sarah is in the 8th grade at Eminence Middle School.

    What is your favorite subject?

    Social Studies. I find it very interesting to learn about history and how we acted in the past.

    What would you like to do when you grow up?

    I want to sell stuff. I want to major in agriculture economics.

    Do you have any pets?

    No.

    What kind of music do you like?

    I like country music and One Direction.

    What do you do for fun?

  • Student of the week:Henry County Middle School Sarah Mobley

    Sarah is a 6th grader at Henry County Middle School.

    What is your favorite subject?
    Math. I like our teacher. She’s nice and she makes class fun by bringing different things in to teach it.
    What would you like to do when you grow up?
    I want to be a baker. I like to make red velvet cakes and cupcakes.
    Do you have any pets?
    I have two dogs and two Gunieas pigs. My dogs are named Sammy and Max. My Gunieas are named Porky and Guss.
    What kind of music do you like?
    I like country music.

  • Yoco visits GEMS
  • 1st birthday: Nolan Payton

    Nolan Payton, son of Todd Payton and Jennifer Thomas, both of Eminence, celebrated his first birthday with family and friends on Friday, March 1, 2013.
    Grandparents are Debbie Thomas, Pleasureville, and Betty Mae Evans, New Castle.
    Great grandparents are Maurice Payton and the late Minnie Payton.

  • In their words:

    Jason Scriber

    By Jaxon Scriber

    Do you have land? A part of a PVA’s job is to value it. The bigger the land the bigger the value.

    Another part of a PVA’s job is to produce revenue for most local services .These services are paid for by taxes.

    If this job didn’t exist there would be a lack of  funding for local services such as schools. If it didn’t exist our schools wouldn’t be as good as they are right now.

  • 1913: County paid $36 for 12 barrels of corn

     

    200 Years Ago

    On March 1, 1813, George Scott was appointed guardian of Robert Tucker, Jacob Tucker and John Tucker, infant heirs of John Tucker (deceased) by the County Court.   Mr. Scott was required by law to post a bond of $500 to assure the Court that he would faithfully maintain the obligations of guardianship.  James Tucker and Thomas Tingle signed Mr. Scott’s bond as his surety.

     

    175 Years Ago

  • P’ton sewers possible

    A plan is in the works to bring sewer access to Pendleton.

    The plan is in its infancy, and depending on funding sources may be years away from becoming more than a dream.

    The plan would bring sewer access to Pendleton’s businesses from La Grange. District 1 Magistrate Roger Hartlage and others, including Harold Bratton, hatched the idea at a Cracker Barrel.

    The idea is simple: an 8-inch gravity feed line to a pump station in Pendleton, then a 4-inch forced main to La Grange.

  • Park & play at county parks

    Despite a mild winter, county residents can remedy the need to get outdoors and quell the seasonable cabin fever by visiting one of the county parks.

    Both Harry Hill and the Henry County Recreation and Service Park offer exercise and recreation for families, individuals and public leagues,some year round.

    Travis Buchanan, Henry County Parks Coordinator, said the park sees activity even when temperatures reach low digits.