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Today's News

  • DUI suspect visited ER, was told not to drive

    A Milton woman found in November unconscious in her still-running car, with two small children in the backseat, entered a not guilty plea in Henry County District Court last week.

    Kathy J. Thornton, 44, was charged on Nov. 15 with driving under the influence and two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment after Kentucky State Police responded to a report of a car in the middle of Pendleton Road with an unconscious driver.

  • Top 10 of ‘10, part 2

    Cruising returns to Eminence
    After a six year absence, cruising made a comeback in Eminence.
    The effort to restore the Saturday night fun-time — which was both widely popular and unpopular — began with simple nostalgic reminiscing on Facebook.
    Matthew Berry created a Facebook group dedicated to cruising in Eminence, and from there the idea to bring the pastime back blossomed. The group set a date — Friday, June 4 — and the uproar began.

  • Weather to blame for CBurg death

    Cold temperatures are to blame for the death of a Henry County woman.
    Myra Shelden, 60, was found dead in her home on Beasley Lane near Campbellsburg late Friday night by Henry County Sheriff’s Detective Danny Stivers.

  • Community Calendar for the week of January 12, 2011

    Thursday, January 13
    Free adult scrapbooking offered at the Eminence Community Life Center from 10 a.m. until noon on Thursdays.

    The County Kickers Line Dancing group meets on Thursday nights at the Henry County Fairgrounds 4H Building in New Castle. Lessons are held for beginners from 6 to 7 p.m.  and advanced lessons follow from 7 to 8 p.m. There is a fee of $20 per year. For more information contact Darlene Tipton at (502) 750-0954 or (502) 947-5160.

  • 2010: A year full of thrilling moments, heartbreaks and everything between

    While the world continued to spin around during 2010, full of the usual scandals and over-played headlines — often times pertaining to athletes — our local teams were making their own stories.

  • Cats third at own HCIT

    Ending the year in style — and maturing as a basketball team along the way — the Wildcats finished third in their own Henry County Invitational Tournament last week.

    They lost to Frankfort (60-53) in the opening game of the HCIT, but went on to win three straight, over Williamstown (67-48), Letcher County Central (41-39) and Boyle County (49-36), to finish third in the standings out of eight teams.

  • Ladycats are even at 5-5 entering a new year

    Shaking off a four-game drought, the Henry County girls’ basketball team has now won three of its last four and evened up its overall record at 5-5 entering the new year.

    The Ladycats lost to John Hardin (53-45) in the opener of the First Citizens Bank Classic last Monday, then beat Atherton (54-28) and Iroquois (42-21) the following two days in the tournament hosted by North Bullitt High School.

  • EHS still trying to put four quarters together

    Chris Nethery said his Eminence boys’ basketball team is still trying to put four solid quarters together in one game, resulting in four losses in three days at the Shirley Kearns Invitational at Model High School last week.

    The Warriors lost to Model (74-34) on Tuesday, Garrard County (58-42) and Pineville (52-44) on Wednesday, and Whitefield Academy (65-44) on Thursday to leave the invitational winless in four tries. They dropped to 2-10 on the year.

  • Lady Warriors drop four at KCD Holiday Classic

    After losing all four games in the KCD Holiday Classic last week, the Eminence girls’ basketball team has now dropped nine straight and is 1-10 this season.

    The Lady Warriors lost to Sayre (47-13) on Monday, host Kentucky Country Day (48-28) on Tuesday, Shawnee (48-31) on Wednesday and Brown (36-27) on Thursday in four consecutive days to close out 2010. Their one win this year was against Evangel Christian on Dec. 7, and since that time have dropped nine straight.

  • Agriculture remains a bright spot

    Although the economy has weathered some of its toughest years since the Great Depression, there has been one bright spot for Kentucky: Agriculture.  The new year, in fact, may just bring a new record with it.

    If all goes well, farm receipts could top $5 billion in 2011, or $1 billion more than just several years ago.