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Today's News

  • Kentucky has lots to see and do this fall

    With Labor Day behind us and a “biting cold and snowy” winter to come – if the Farmers’ Almanac prediction proves correct – the clock is ticking for those of us who would like to see some of what Kentucky has to offer during the fall.

  • An all too familiar Psalm

    “The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.” Thus begins one of the most familiar passages from the Bible. I’ve known this revered Psalm since I was a child. You may well have it committed to memory. Some of you who think you haven’t really have.

  • Public Record for the week of September 11

    Marriages

    Lindaelee Tingle, 18, Eminence, to Bailey Miller, 18, Eminence.

    Crystol Poe, 37, Eminence, to Kevin Hinkle, 36, Eminence.

    Jenny Duncan, 39, Crestwood, to Garrett Gambrel, 34, Crestwood.

    Helen Mathis, 48, Turners Station, to Bradley Fisher, 48, Turners Station.

    Divorces

    Charles Smith,54, New Castle, Mary Berry, 54, New Castle.

    Joshua Rucker,27, Campbellsburg, Ashley Webster,25, Campbellsburg.

    Property Transfers

  • Eminence High School Student of the Week: Katie Purnell

    Katie is a senior at EHS.

    What is your favorite subject?

    English, I like to write. I like writing research papers. It’s interesting to learn about new subjects and prove something.

    What are your plans after high school?

    Take biochemistry at Georgetown and then go to medical school at UK. I want to be a pediatric oncologist and work with children with cancer. Children have an unadulterated joy and I want to be a part of that.

    Do you participate in any school clubs or activities?

  • Henry County Student of the Week: Dakota Sizemore

    Dakota is a senior at HCHS.
    What is your favorite subject?
    Sociology. It talks about how people act in groups. The way people react interests me.
    What do you want to do after graduation?
    Be a dispatcher because I want to help people and I am good with technology.
    What do you for fun?
    I like to go fast in my wheelchair and hang out with my friends. I text and post on Facebook. I like to go four wheeling in the yard in my wheel chair.
    Do you have a favorite movie?
    I like the Fast and Furious movies and Unstoppable.

  • Take 5 with Whitney Christiansen

    Take 5 with EHS Teacher Whitney Christiansen

    EHS freshmen and sophomore English and drama teacher

    Harrodsburg native

    Mercer County High School graduate

    Centre College BA in English Minor in theater and history

    What did you do after college?

  • We’re not the world’s police department

    President Obama made a wise political move to include the vote of Congress on what action the United States will take against the Assad regime for allegedly using chemical weapons on women and children in Syria.

  • Come on out to a grand ol’ party

    Friday, Sept. 13, will be an historic day in Henry County. That evening, both of Kentucky’s United States Senators — Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul — along with 4th District United States Congressman Thomas Massie, Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer, State Senators Ernie Harris and Paul Hornback, State Representative David Osborne and other area Republican leaders will all come out to Pendleton for a multi-county Grand Ol’ Party Rally.

  • Public Record for the week of September 4

    KSP Arrests
    Gary W. Wells, 65, of New Castle was arrested on La Grange Road in New Castle on 8/26 by Trooper Whalen and charged with DUI 2nd; careless driving; no registration plate; and failure to produce insurance card.
    Thomas A. James, 42, of Smithfield was arrested at Jericho and Mt. Olivet Roads in Smithfield by Trooper Brewer on 8/28 and charged with DUI 1st, aggravated; possession of marijuana; possession of drug paraphernalia; careless driving; rear license not illuminated; and failure to dim headlights.

  • Warriors overcome Demons, Panthers

    The Eminence Warriors’ volleyball team had their first close match of the season on Aug. 28 at home against the Williamstown Lady Demons and came away with a hard-fought 25-20, 25-23 victory.

    The first game was very close early on as neither team could string together a long rally. The Lady Demons led 3-2 but then the Warriors went up 8-5 after two aces by Brie Prewitt.