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Today's News

  • Public Records for the week of November 25, 2009

    Divorces

    Forrest Earl Mathis Jr., 56, Eminence, and Peggy Lee Spencer, 53, Campbellsburg.

    Nathan R. Shaw Sr., 48, Eminence, and Norma Shaw, 44, Eminence.

    Property Transfers

    Ronald E. and Nancy Young, Turners Station, to Darrell C. Hayden Jr., Turners Station. Property in Henry County; fair market value is $750.

    Gregory and Michelle R. Jamison, La Grange, to Timothy P. Faith, Pendleton. Property in Henry County; $110,000.

  • Henry Co. girls get back on track

    In their only basketball game last week, the Henry County Ladycats jumped back on the winning side with a 53-41 victory at Grant County on Saturday night.

    The Ladycats, who were coming off important losses to 31st District teams Carroll County and Owen County the week before, improved to 7-8 with the Grant win. Grant dropped to 6-10.

    Grant scored eight of its first nine possessions and was ahead 16-13 after the first quarter. Henry then held Grant to just 25 points the rest of the way, winning by 12 points.

  • The Highland Renaissance 24-Hour Race

    The Highland Renaissance site in Eminence will host a 24-hour footrace on March 13-14, starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday and finishing at 8 a.m. on Sunday.

  • Public Record for the week of September 23, 2009

    Sheriff’s Department Arrests

    Kimberly S. Peach, contempt of court, arrested by Bill Hudson on Sept. 10.

    Michael Harp, failure to register as sex offender, arrested by Danny Stivers on Sept. 10.

    Betty L. Hon, possession of a controlled substance; trafficking in marijuana, less than 8 ounces; possession of drug paraphernalia. Arrested by Rick Nelson on Sept. 10.

    Edward G. Harris, failure to appear, arrested by Keith Perry on Sept. 10.

  • As temps drop, risk of chimney fires is up

    Staff writer/photographer

    Fireplaces provide warmth and a cozy glow in winter, but Henry County’s assistant emergency management coordinator Denny Washburn said a fireplace can be dangerous if the chimney is not properly maintained.

    Washburn, who also is Pleasureville’s fire chief, said Henry County has experienced three heating-related fires in recent weeks.

  • Public Record for the week of October 7, 2009

    Marriages

    Janie Annette Mazza, 40, Sulphur, to Stephen Marchell Beach, 45, Sulphur.

    Property Transfers

    Vivian and Theresa Powell, Campbellsburg, to Richard L. and Susan Vonnahme, Murray. Property in Henry County; $89,298.

    Charles and Joyce McCormick, Sulphur, to James W. and Iris D. Aneszko, Sulphur. Property in Henry County; $40,000.

  • Public Records for the week of August 12, 2009

    Divorces

    Jerome Smith, 40, New Castle and Crystal Lynn McCoy, 34, New Castle.

    Michael Eugene Cundiff, 46, Eminence, and Patricia Ann Cundiff, 43, Pleasureville.

    James Alan Meister, 39, Pendleton, and Leslie Jean Meister, 40, Pendleton.

    Joseph Wortham Sr., 28, Smithfield, and Rebekah Wortham, 26, New Castle.

    Christopher Lee Ellis, 32, Shelbyville, and Tina Marie Booher, 28, Smithfield.

    Henry County Sheriff’s Department arrests

  • No woman need die from cervical cancer

    As the headline for this column indicates, I am passionate about cervical cancer. I firmly believe that no woman should die from this disease, particularly in the United States.

    And it’s a cause I am so fervently passionate about, that I’ll tell the story and repeat it over and over again, if it will save even one life. Parts of what I’m about to say are mildly graphic. But if we don’t talk about these things, they will continue to happen.

  • Public Records for the week of August 19, 2009

    Divorces

    Todd Giddens Woodward, 37, Shelbyville, and Angelena Tramartana Woodward, 42, Eminence.

    David Martin Lyons, 43, Pleasureville, and Amy Michelle Lee, 28, Pleasureville.

    David Jake DeGrella, 22, Buckner and Amanda M. Taylor, 23, La Grange.

    Henry County Sheriff’s Department Arrests

    Larry Marsee, third degree terroristic threatening, arrested by Danny Stivers on Aug. 6.

  • Thanks for supporting PBI Bank’s “Christmas for Kids” 2009 party

    On behalf of the officers and employees of PBI Bank, I would like to thank our many contributors who helped make our 2009 “Christmas for Kids” party at Eastern Elementary possible.

    With your generous contributions, we were able to provide toys, goodie bags, hats and gloves, pizza and Santa Claus for 72 children who might not have had a wonderful Christmas otherwise.