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Today's News

  • WEDDINGS

    Amber Nicole Nelson and Jeremy Joseph Silvers were united in marriage on June 11, 2011, at Highland Baptist Church in Louisville.

    The bride is the daughter of Ricky and Denise Nelson of Louisville. She attended Fern Creek High School and is a graduate of Indiana University Southeast. She is a teacher with Jefferson County Public Schools.

    The groom is the son of Greg and Sharon Silvers of Bethlehem. He attended Henry County High School and is a graduate of University of Louisville Speed Engineering School. He is an Engineer at United Parcel Service.

  • WEDDINGS

    Bonnie Dale Estes and Rich Clemons of Bethlehem were united in marriage on Sept. 3, 2011. The wedding was held at their home with Nick Hawkins officiating the ceremony.

    The bride is the daughter of Billy Ray Payton and Betty Jean Hamilton, both of New Castle.

    The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clemons of Florence.

    After a honeymoon trip to Pigeon Forge, Tenn., the couple lives in Bethlehem.
     

  • BIRTHS

    Sammie and Sarah Rison II of Campbellsburg announce the birth of their daughter, Caroline Elizabeth Rison, born Oct. 10, 2011, at Baptist East Hospital in Louisville. She weighed 9 pounds, 14.3 ounces, and was 21 ½ inches long.

    She has two siblings, Tyler and Phylisity.

    Grandparents are Bill and Brenda Cox, Port Royal; Steven Lyons, Shelbyville; Sammie and Violet Rison; and the late Mary Etta Rison.

    Great-grandparents are Doug and Louise Butts; Shirley Lyons; and Gene Woosley.

  • All children deserve stable, loving families

    The holiday season is now underway and for many this means spending time with our family and friends. 

    Sadly, over 450,000 children are in foster care nationwide and do not have a permanent home this holiday season.  November is National Adoption Month, making this a great time to raise awareness about the importance of and need for finding permanent and loving homes for these children.

    While many of these children are temporarily separated from their families, about 115,000 are eligible for adoption.  

  • Mental health and substance abuse present persistent challenges

    One of the country’s most persistent challenges is finding ways to help those struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues beyond their control.
    Federal figures show the number to be significant.  In 2008, it was estimated that 30 million Americans had received treatment for a mental health issue in the previous year, and about 22 million were believed to be addicted to drugs or alcohol.

  • Mental health and substance abuse present persistent challenges

    One of the country’s most persistent challenges is finding ways to help those struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues beyond their control.
    Federal figures show the number to be significant.  In 2008, it was estimated that 30 million Americans had received treatment for a mental health issue in the previous year, and about 22 million were believed to be addicted to drugs or alcohol.

  • Vote yes on city, county options

    If it weren’t for our front page, you might not know there’s a wet/dry vote coming up.

    There’s been little discussion, very few phone calls and no letters to the editor about the local option votes to be held Dec. 13 countywide and for New Castle.

    Even the referendum on the Henry County Country Club vote in June generated two letters. And that involved just one precinct.

    Several years ago, when Eminence was considering by-the-drink liquor sales, there was plenty of public discussion for or against.

  • Local Buzz for the week of Nov. 30

    Arts & Crafts

    Free adult scrapbooking offered at the Eminence Community Life Center from 10 a.m. to noon, on Thursdays.

    Christmas Events

    Breakfast with Santa will be held from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Henry County Middle School. Come join Santa for a pancake breakfast, magic show, picture with Santa and door prizes. $4 per person.

  • Addressing school bullying

    Bullying is one of the most common forms of violence seen in schools. A national survey conducted by the federal government in 2007-08 found that more than 55 million school-aged children have reported being a victim of bullying.

    There are many different ways a child can be bullied. Bullying can range from simple name calling to physical altercations.  Today cyber-bullying has grown in popularity. Children can experience bullying while online and their offenders often remain anonymous.

  • HCHS student sings her way to state choir

    A Henry County High School sophomore recently was named to the Kentucky Music Educators Association’s All-State Women’s Choir.

    Lauren Montgomery, who transferred to HCHS this year when her family moved from Deer Park, Texas, a suburb of Houston, auditioned in October for the choir. She is the daughter of Buzz and Denise Grigsby of Campbellsburg.