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Today's News

  • Family practice has grown for Campbellsburg doctor

    Staff writer/photographer

    Dr. Damon Gatewood’s family practice in Campbellsburg has undergone some major changes.

    “We’ve grown quite a bit,” he said.

    With an eye toward serving more families in the community, Gatewood said he added Nurse Practitioner Jan Powell to the staff and moved to a larger office in the industrial park.

    The new facility is 4,000 square feet and is located just inside the industrial park in front of the Kentucky State Police post.

  • Webb to play in USA Junior Nationals

    After an outstanding performance in the USA Junior Nationals all-state high school basketball competition in Bowling Green, Justin Webb has been invited to participate in the prestigious USA Junior National International Sports Festival at the University of Illinois in Champaign, IL, from July 27-August 2. Webb, the son of Diann Harlow and Tommy Webb, is currently a sophomore at Trimble County High School.

  • P’Ville talks cops ... again

    General Manager

    Though some officials maintain the city simply cannot afford it, the Pleasureville City Commission turned its discussion, again, toward a police officer for the small town.

    During Monday night’s business meeting, the topic sprang up at different points, including the passage of the city’s 2009-2010 budget.

  • Coach Holland says goodbye

    It was a speech Jason Holland didn’t want to give, but one he had to — saying goodbye to the players he helped mold the last five years.

    On Friday, May 22, Holland told the Henry County boys’ basketball players that he was resigning and had accepted a new coaching position at Oldham County. This came just two hours after he told the Oldham players he was their new head man. Holland, who transformed the Henry program from the worst record in the 8th Region to the second best, made the tough decision to move on. It wasn’t an easy one.

  • Learn some new moves with Tai Chi at enrichment center

    Staff writer/photographer

    Some regulars at the Henry County Life Enrichment Center recently took a break from their card games to work on Tai Chi moves with center director Bryan Raisor.

    Raisor became a certified instructor in the ancient exercise discipline in order to teach the group.

    “It relieves pain,” he said, “and it’s good for people in any physical condition.”

    The eight-week course is being offered under the auspices of the Arthritis Foundation.

  • Archery qualifies for Worlds Competition

    It’s been a roller-coaster season for the Eminence archery team this school year, which started with the sudden death of its head coach, Dewayne Douglas, on Jan. 9, and culminated in a trip to the National Archery in the Schools Program national tournament on May 8-9. The Warriors have experienced the highs, along with the lows.

  • Warriors play top game in 12-2 loss

    For the first time this season, the Eminence Warriors just went out and played baseball with every pitch and every swing of the bat. And because of that leave-it-all-on-the-field attitude, coach Mark Payton could not have been more pleased.

  • Committee takes in-depth looks at issues affecting Kentucky

    Whenever the General Assembly wants to take a more in-depth look at an issue affecting Kentucky, it often turns to its Program Review and Investigations Committee.

    The subjects it covers are as wide ranging as state government.  Two of its most recent reports, for example, dealt with re-entry programs for felons completing their prison sentence and the cost of college and high school textbooks.

  • 5 years later

    Staff writer/photographer

    O n Wednesday, May 26, 2004, the headlines reflected life as normal in Henry County. New Castle wasn’t yet raising water rates, it wasn’t your daddy’s football, and one city was considering a bicycle patrol.

    A page of photos touting the revival of Eminence Day depicted smiling residents waving from from a convertible, barbecuing and gliding down a slide barefooted. The page proclaimed“Eminence Day 2004 hit town on Saturday, May 22.”

    What a difference a day makes.

  • Ladycats end season with 4-1 loss to Walton-Verona

    Henry County’s record-setting softball season came to a screeching halt Monday afternoon in the opening round of the 8th Region tournament as Walton-Verona handed the Ladycats a 4-1 loss this Memorial Day.

    The Ladycats won the 8th Region All “A” Classic, finished fourth at the state tournament for the smallest 125 schools in Kentucky, won their fourth straight 31st District title and finished with the most wins in school history with their 24-12 mark. But they had a tough time against Walton-Verona Monday night in the season finale.