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Today's News

  • Come out to Music on Main

    Music on Main is this Friday night. The City of Eminence wants to invite everyone to attend. This is a night full of fellowship, food, fun and live music. The live music will be provided by two very popular bands- Robbie Cox and Leo Mason will both be playing! Robbie will start the night at 7 p.m. and play for a couple of hours. Then Leo Mason will finish the night off and hopefully he will play one of my favorite songs- Mustang Sally! The food will be provided by Wesley and Patricia Morrison’s new business called- Hot Diggity Dawgs! There will also be some fun for the kids.

  • It's a 2nd trip to the Worlds for HC golfer

    In her final try at earning a spot in the US Kids World Championships this year, MacKenzie Peyton held her emotions in check to shoot her best score and advance to the World Championships at Pinehurst Golf Course in North Carolina next month.

  • Thank you to Relay For Life Sponsors

    WOW!  The 2009 Henry County Relay For Life has come and gone, but the hard work and funds raised will be remembered!  Henry County YOU raised over $90,000 and the money is still coming in – WAY TO GO!!!  We hear about hard economic times, about how people just don’t care anymore – well, the people who say those things don’t know the generosity and compassion of Henry Countians!  There are so many people to thank, and though we hope not to miss anyone, we are sure we will so please, forgive us in advance.

  • Community Calendar for othe week of July 1, 2009

    Wednesday, July 1

    Karate classes will be held at the Community Center from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

    Children’s Story and Craft hour every Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m. at Pleasureville Christian Church. Also, the community library at the church is open to the public from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.

    Thursday, July 2

    TOPS 298 will meet at Orville Baptist Church. Weigh in 4 p.m. New members welcome.

  • Eminence Coach 'D' Park ready for action

    Six months after the sudden passing of Dewayne Douglas, the new Coach D Park in his remembrance is open in full throttle. It’s definitely worth taking a look at.

  • Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back.

    Staff writer/photographer

    It was hot and muggy, but that didn’t dampen the spirits at Henry County’s Relay For Life event Friday night.

    Despite a down economy, Henry County Relay for Life is close to hitting its $95,000 fundraising goal.

    For one Henry County resident, the event was an opportunity to make Relay’s 25th anniversary a special one.

  • EIS picks Orton to be interim superintendent

    Staff writer/photographer

    Eminence Independent Schools board president Brenda Chism said Director of Pupils and Personnel William Orton will act as interim superintendent for the district as of today, Wednesday, July 1.

    “Darlene (Bates) recommended him,” she said, “and he has offered to step in until we hire a long-term superintendent.”

    As DPP, Orton oversees truancy issues.

    Orton has superintendent certification and retired from the Jefferson County school system before coming to EIS.

  • Historical society hosts quarterly meeting

    The Henry County Historical Society hosted their quarterly membership meeting the evening of June 15 at the Cooperative Extension office. President Jim Kleinert gave a summary of the June 8 board meeting and reviewed the renovation work being done at the History Center. Linda Roberts gave a presentation on the historical significance of the Drennon Springs area, and everyone was treated to ice cream sundaes.

  • No adults allowed, sort of; arcade offers youth a safe place to hang out

    Staff writer/photographer

    No adults allowed unless accompanied by children 18 years old or younger. That’s the rule at Bobby Sue’s Arcade.

    The game room for the 18 and younger crowd opens its doors today from noon until 9 p.m. at 5242 Main Street in Eminence. There will be a grand opening event Saturday, July 4.

    The decor conjures a 1950’s vibe with a jukebox and classic arcade games, but proprietor Kathy Braden said the idea has universal appeal.

  • Rucker resigns city post

    General Manager

    For the second time in his political career, Campbellsburg Mayor Carl Rucker has resigned his post.

    And, for the second time, that resignation comes because of concerns about his health. Rucker, 73, is battling blood clots — for which he was recently hospitalized — and shoulder pain.

    “I thought that, for my health reasons and age reasons ... that I’d let myself off the hook of some of the stress that is related to being mayor of a town,” he said Monday.