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Today's News

  • Root beer stand brings relaxation

    Driving across country from Kentucky to Alaska is never boring for me. Though I may see many of the same things several times, I am never bored. My husband, Frank, on the other hand, frequently has a “let’s just get there and then we can enjoy” mentality about travel. This attitude, I have noticed is particularly true prior to his arrival at his favorite root beer stand in Fort McLeod in Alberta, Canada.

  • The Yankees
  • Public Record for the week of June 27

    Property Transfers

    Orville O. and Sherla Tingle, PeWee Valley, to Tim Tingle, Philadelphia, Pa. Property in Henry County; Love and affection, fair market value is $9,000.

    Pauline Troxell, Eminence, and Terri LaRoche, Smithfield, to Rhonda Heightchew, Pleasureville; Carmella Kidwell, Smithfield; Derrick Troxell, Valley Mills, Texas; Darrin Troxell, Valley Mills, Texas; and Paul Dellinger as trustee for Terri Beth Dellinger, Valley Mills, Texas. 89 Elm Street, Wminence; love and affection, fair cash value is $64,500.

  • When it come to children and cars, BE SAFE

    In light of the recent tragic and accidental death of 8-month old Lincoln Lindsay in Louisville, we are once again reminded of the danger of the heat in combination with distracted parents.  Lincoln was accidentally left in a car after his dad forgot to drop him off at daycare.  The infant died as a result of heat exposure while he was trapped in the car. 

    You may ask, “How could a parent forget a child in the car?” 

  • Group hopes to get you on your feet and walking

     

    When Mona Huff began her weight-loss journey, she started with adjusting her diet.

    But diet only got her so far. She realized she had to do more.

    “I realized how important walking was to my own personal health,” she said. “As I started losing weight, I got to a certain level, and got my blood sugar to a certain level, but it wouldn’t get any better.”

    So she started researching what she could do to get her blood sugar to more healthy levels.

  • Walker meth case sent to grand jury

    During a hearing in Henry County District Court on Monday, Judge Diana E. Wheeler found enough evidence to move a case against sisters Amber and Sabrina Walker for a meth lab seized in their mother’s bedroom to the grand jury.

    On May 22, Kentucky State Police Trooper Mitch Hazelett went to the Walkers’ resident on 343 Wolfpen Branch Road to serve a warrant for the sisters’ mother, Christina Walker.

  • Judge finds dead birds behind door

    For Henry County Family Court Judge Tim Feely, a “disgusting” discovery of dead birds began when he fed his interest in and curiosity about architecture.

    One day during a break in court proceedings, Feely decided to check out the cupola that leads to the clock tower at the Henry County Courthouse. What he found stopped him in his tracks.

    “The steps (to the cupola) are covered in guano,” he said last week. “And, interestingly enough, there were two dead pigeons on the bottom step. I was like, that’s pretty disgusting.”

  • Fiscal Court adopts HB 273

    The Henry County Fiscal Court has done what the Kentucky General Assembly did not.

    Last week, the magistrates approved an amendment to the county’s “dog ordinance”  to include language from House Bill 273.

  • Scott indicted for trafficking in pot

    An Eminence woman charged after receiving 30 pounds of marijuana by UPS has been indicted.

    Sarah Scott, 30, was arrested in February after Henry County Sheriff Deputy Danny Stivers received a call from San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department stating that a K-9 unit detected two packages containing approximately 30 pounds of marijuana were to be shipped via UPS to a resident in Henry County. Stivers arranged for FedEx to ship the packages to the Henry County Sheriff’s Department office instead.

  • Gentle Giants

     

     

    Some people say Oscar Ethington’s fame as a draft horse champion comes from his hard training and expertise, but Ethington claims the lord blessed him and he knows it.