Today's News

  • Hay Day set for Thursday

    The North Central Kentucky Hay Day will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday, May 12, at the Henry County Fairgrounds. The Hay Day will include hay equipment demonstrations, cattle and horse demonstrations, fence building demonstrations, educational seminars, and a large trade show under the marketing pavilion.

  • Public records for the week of May 11, 2011

    Johnny Joshua Williams, 31, Simpsonville, and Ashley Leigh Wiseheart, 25, Pleasureville.
    Eric James Gaddis, 38, Campbellsburg, and Mattie Marie Eldridge, 33, Owenton.
    Phillip D. Zabala II, 28, Crab Orchard, and Amber Ann Frith, 26, Eminence.
    Jesse Bryant Quire, 45, Turners Station, and Suzanne Michele Quire, 43, Bethlehem.
    Zoning permits
    Lydia Broughton, 16 Woodstock Ct. Stonehurst, 4/1, house and deck, fee $132, value $3,000.

  • Births

    Casey  and Nikki (Holland) Crosser of Henry, Tenn., announce the birth of their son, Eli Alexander Crosser, born February 24, 2011, at Henry County Medical Center in Paris, Tenn. He weighed 8 pounds and 1.2 ounces.
    He has two siblings, Serenity Anne and Cadence Nicole.

    Grandparents are Debbie and Darrell Howard, Owenton; Jay Holland, Eminence; Sammy and Carolyn Baker, Henry, Tenn.; and the late Joe Edward Crosser.

    Great-grandparents are Don and Florence Cook and Delbert and Charlotte Howard, all of Owenton and the late Anne and Avery Holland.

  • Births

    Travis and Bridget Preston of La Grange announce the birth of their son, Peyton Dale Preston, born March 16, 2011, at Baptist Northeast Hospital in La Grange. He weighed 7 pounds 5 ounces and was 20 ½ inches long.

    Grandparents are Wayne and Paula Edens and Carl and Sissy Preston.

  • Births

    April Spinks and Jeff Wheeler, both of New Castle, announce the birth of their son, Ryan Eugene Bentley Wheeler born Wednesday, April 20, 2011, at Baptist Northeast Hospital in La Grange. He weighed 7 pounds 2 ounces and was 19 ½ inches long.

    Grandparents are Dale and Jackie Spinks, Lawrenceburg; Patty Wheeler, New Castle; and Richard Hart, Eldorado, Ark.

    Great-grandmother is Mary (Nanny) Spinks, Shelby County.

  • Engagement: Nolin-Turner

    Judy and David Nolin of Pleasureville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer L. Nolin to Charles E. Turner Jr., son of Charles and Marchetia Turner of Eminence and Sandy and Danny Krieger, McDaniels.

    The bride-elect is a 1999 graduate of Henry County High School and 2005 graduate of EKU. She is currently employed at OVEC Eminence Head Start.

    The groom-elect is a 1999 graduate of Eminence Independent School. He is currently employed at Cook’s Pharmacy in Eminence.

  • Engagement

    Eunice Metcalfe and Paul Woodcox announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Katheryn Renee Woodcox to Darin Christopher Ison, son of Sharon Daughtery and Frank Ison.

    The wedding will take place at 7 p.m. Friday, May 27, 2011, at Henry Christian Church. A reception will immediately follow at the Cropper Firehouse. All friends and family are invited to attend.

  • Budget in the red

    “After eight years in the black, this year, it won’t happen.”

    That was the stern dose of reality Henry County Judge-Executive John Logan Brent delivered to the Henry County Fiscal Court as it gathered April 28 for the first reading of the 2011-2012 budget.

  • They’re about Tractor Day

    According to the 2011 FFA shirts, the Henry County High School FFA is about Tractor Day, muddy trucks and the FFA. And on Thursday, May 5, they showed what they were about in greens, reds and yellows across new and old makes and models of tractors.

    Delayed by a couple of days, the students had crystal clear weather as they made the annual tractor parade from 4 Seasons BP to the parking lot of Henry County High School, where their fellow students waited to cheer them on.

  • Putting the Capstone in food banks

    The goal to provide better nutrition for the most vulnerable segments of the population starts with fresh produce “from apples to zucchini.”

    So says Tamara Sandberg, executive director of the Kentucky Association of Food Banks.

    Capstone Produce Auction owner David Neville also has been looking for a way to help narrow that gap.