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Today's News

  • Public record for the week of Dec. 7

    Marriages

  • How 4-H and civic engagement go together

    The skills taught throughout 4-H prepare youth for community involvement, with the idea that good leaders give back to their community in a variety ways.

    Community service, through 4-H involves service learning in which youth learn a skill or skills and apply it to a service project. This traditional approach to service applies to clubs at the county level, and for some youth, can lead to the national conference and/or the 4-H Congress.

  • KY farm cash receipts exceed $5B

    The big news out of the Kentucky Farm Bureau meeting last week is that farm cash receipts are likely to exceed $5 billion for the first time, up from $4.4 billion in 2010.  With improvement in returns in corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle, horses, hogs and dairy, net farm income is expected to rebound back above $1 billion in 2011, compared to $780 million in 2010.

  • KY farm cash receipts exceed $5B

    The big news out of the Kentucky Farm Bureau meeting last week is that farm cash receipts are likely to exceed $5 billion for the first time, up from $4.4 billion in 2010.  With improvement in returns in corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle, horses, hogs and dairy, net farm income is expected to rebound back above $1 billion in 2011, compared to $780 million in 2010.

  • 1861: W.W. Clubb reimbursed for $29.40 in food, cloth and more

    175 Years Ago

    In the early years of Kentucky, when fences were very rare, it was legal to “take up” and care for stray farm animals.  The finder reported the stray to the sheriff who listed the animal along with a description in the stray book.  If an owner was not found for the animal the finder could keep it.  If the owner was found he could pay the finder for keeping the animal and take it back. 

  • 1861: W.W. Clubb reimbursed for $29.40 in food, cloth and more

    175 Years Ago

    In the early years of Kentucky, when fences were very rare, it was legal to “take up” and care for stray farm animals.  The finder reported the stray to the sheriff who listed the animal along with a description in the stray book.  If an owner was not found for the animal the finder could keep it.  If the owner was found he could pay the finder for keeping the animal and take it back. 

  • 1961: Bethlehem Post Office busy at Christmastime

    1961

    Library receives $2,100 state grant

    The Henry county library has received a Kentucky state aid grant of $2,100, Fred Thompson, president of the library board, announced Monday.

    State aid for library and bookmobile service is awarded yearly on an achievement basis. This year’s grant to Henry County includes $1,000 which is received annually as a result of the successful Library District vote.

  • Ladycats focus, roll past Warriors 61-13

    Part one of the Eminence-Henry County rivalry is in the books; and Henry County came out the victor.
    In this installment of the annual rivalry, the Henry County Ladycats beat the Eminence Warriors in convincing fashion, 61-13.

    The second game for both teams, Henry County took advantage of a strong start to roll toward the victory.
    Henry County head coach Todd Gilley said his team started strong, and built from their season opener, a 50-29 loss to Collins High School.

  • HCHS to Western Hills: 'He’s OUR coach now!'

    The chant said it all: He’s our coach now.

    In a game as physical for the Cats as it was emotional for the Wolverines, the Henry County student section poured salt on a wound: they reminded the Western Hills players and fans that the man leading the home team Wildcats didn’t belong to the Wolverines anymore. The chant began in the fourth quarter, as Henry County worked its way toward a 71-62 win.

  • Injuries plague Warriors in opening week; EHS is 1-2

    In the closing seconds of a close game, Evangel Christian drove the lane, tossing up a layup that could have tied the game, forcing overtime with Eminence.

    Brandon Mitchell had none of it, and swatted the shot away, picking up his seventh block.

    The Warriors howled and thumped their chests, and walked away with a squeaker of a win: 56-54 over Evangel Christian.

    “It was a game of runs,” Eminence head coach Chris Nethery said. “We were up by 8, 10 points (about) three times, and kind of gave it back.”