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Today's News

  • Time to submit entries at the county fair

    Entries for the Henry County Fair will be taken 9 a.m. to noon, Monday, July 2, at the Henry County Fairgrounds building.  This year has been a busy one in 4-H and I hope that since so many of you have taken the time to complete 4-H projects that you will take the time to enter them.  Remember every 4-H entry receives a premium, so the more you enter the more you win!  Of course, the county winners will also be entered in the Kentucky State Fair in Cloverville.

  • Preventing pinkeye

    Recently we sent out to many Henry County Beef Producers, via newsletter, an article from UK Veterinarian Dr. Michele Arnold concerning causes and complications of one of the most common problems relating to beef production.

  • Campbellsburg Elementary students of the month
  • Rotary club scholarships
  • UK basketball camp
  • Phillips

  • Murrey-Lawrence

    Harrell and Loretta Murrey of Glasgow announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ellen Elizabeth Martin Murrey to Benjamin Douglas Lawrence, son of Doug and Mindy Lawrence of Campbellsburg.

    The bride-elect is a 2007 graduate of Glasgow High School and a 2011 graduate of Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Music. She is employed by the Glasgow Independent School System. She is the granddaughter of Eugene Martin, the late Lula Payne Martin and the late Preston and Jane Morris Murrey. She is the step-grandaughter of Montena Murrey.

  • Allgeier-Brierly

    John Allgeier, III and Jennifer Brierly announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-elect is an Access Specialist at Jewish Hospital and is the daughter of Robert and Deborah Brierly of Turners Station.

    The groom-elect is a Direct Support Professional at Applepatch Community. He is the son of John Allgeier and Sandra Allgeier of Jericho.

    An October wedding is planned.

  • Root beer stand brings relaxation

    Driving across country from Kentucky to Alaska is never boring for me. Though I may see many of the same things several times, I am never bored. My husband, Frank, on the other hand, frequently has a “let’s just get there and then we can enjoy” mentality about travel. This attitude, I have noticed is particularly true prior to his arrival at his favorite root beer stand in Fort McLeod in Alberta, Canada.

  • The Yankees