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  • Conservation Board Annual Cooperators Meeting

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    The Henry County Conservation District Board of Supervisors hosted their Annual Cooperator’s Meeting on Sept. 27, at the Cooperative Extension Building. The District is observing 65 years of conservation for Henry County in 2012.

    The large crowd began the evening with a grilled dinner.  Introduction of special guests and recognition of individuals who are vital to the function of district services, as well as those who benefit from them was next on the agenda.

  • Public Record for the week of Oct. 24

    Marriages

    Samantha Crouch,25, Pendleton to Joseph Whitaker, 26, Pendleton.

    Divorces

    Dannie Wayne Hawkins, 59, Frankfort, and Flossie Cox, 59, Pleausureville.

    Chad Ramsey, New Castle, 36, and Amy Klempner, 33, New Castle.

    John Hughes, 54, Smithfield, and Jennifer Hughes, 44, Smithfield.

    Jason Berry, 33, Eminence, Sarah Fullenlove, 33, Louisville.

    Property Transfers

  • Local Students of the Week: Campbellsburg Elementary

    Kurtland is a 5th grader at Campbellsburg Elementary School.

    Favorite subject?

    Science and social studies. I like science just because of the curiosity of it, the cause and effect and that you can do experiments. I like chemistry and robotics.

    Do you have pets?

    2 cats: one black cat named Shadow and an orange cat named Rex. We don’t know what breed they are.

    1 dog: his name is Diesel and he is  a pure white boxer

    What do you do for fun?

  • Local Students of the Week: Eminence Elementary School

    Tiffany is an 4th grader at Eminence Elementary School

    Favorite subject?

    I like a lot of things. I love math, social studies and reading. Mrs. Ashby helps a lot. I also love karate and horse riding.

    Do you have pets?

    3 dogs, 7 to 9 cats, goats, sheep and horses.

    Dogs: Bella, Jazzy and Buckles.

    Cats: Bobtail ,Bear, Mittens, Black cat a.k.a. junkyard cat because that’s where we found them, and  Calico.

    Horses: Fancy and Silky.

  • Local Students of the Week: Eastern Elementary School

    Sam is a third grader at Eastern Elementary School.

    Favorite subject?

    Reading, because I like to read a lot.

    What’s your favorite book?

    Superfan. It’s about a wrestler and a kid. He goes to the superfan contest.

    Do you have pets?

    2 cats and a dog. My cats’ names are Cheesecake and Fuzzball. And my Dog is Buck.

    What’s your favorite school lunch?

    School pizza! Because I just like pizza.

  • Local Student of the Week: New Castle Elementary School

    Emmalee is a second grader at New Castle Elementary School.

    Favorite subject?

    Math, it’s fun. We get to come up on the board and write stuff. And answers.

    What’s your favorite school lunch?

    Tacos! They’re good!

    What’s your favorite season?

    Winter, because my birthday is Dec. 3. My sister’s birthday is Dec. 22.

    What kind of music do you like?

    Justin Bieber. He’s cute.

  • Eastern Elementary School Students of the month - August

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    Pictured are the August students of the month at Eastern Elementary School. Front row, left to right:  Micah MaGruder, Sophie Drawbaugh, Shelby Gordon, Jaclyn Arnold, Kelli Booth, Madison Wilson and Madison Sampson. Back row, left to right: Daniel Arroyo, Abby Holmes, Carrie Booth, Isabella Bramblett and David Floyd.

  • Eastern Elementary School Students of the Month - September

    Pictured are the September students of the month for Eastern Elementary School. Front row, left to right:  Helen Villatoro, Hayden Behmke, Trevan Black, Tanner Ashby and Sam Owens. Back row, left to right:  Mia Aldana, Breigh Banta, Avery Denny, Kameron Behmke, Tate Byers and Cole Gregory. Not pictured is Wil Peyton.

  • Be part of the CURE for bullying

    Bullying has come a very, very long way since my middle school days.

    At that time, it consisted mainly of prank calls, hallway teasing and on one occasion a particularly clever stunt during PE in which one of the boys in my class put a frog in my pocket without me knowing. The ensuing shriek, I have no doubt, was quality entertainment for him.

    The prank calls at home were particularly cruel. The “surprise gifts” in my backpack were quite annoying.

    The hallway gossip was brutal. And this was just seventh grade.

  • Fiscal Court accepts $22m check from Rick Rand

    The Henry County Fiscal Court last week accepted a ceremonial $22 million check for the Ky. 146 reconstruction project from State Representative Rick Rand.