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Today's News

  • Track Cats host NCKTC, All-Comers meets

    The Henry County track team hosted two meets last week. On April 30 they hosted an all comers meet with the boys team finishing first and the girls team second. Several individuals set personal records in one of the final tune ups for the regional meet to be held today at North Oldham.

    The Eminence track team also participated and got a first place performance from Shelby Armstrong in the long jump.

    On Thursday the Wildcats hosted the North Central Ky. Track Conference Championships with Eminence again participating in the event.

  • Public Record for the week of May 8

    Marriages
    Alina Villatoro,40,Eminence to Joseph Clark Sr., 43, Eminence.
    Brittany Barnes, Pendleton, 25 to James Palmer, Pendleton, 25.
    Victoria Sykes, 21, Lockport, to David Allen, 25, Lockport.
    Megan Jackson, Campbellsburg, 25 to Andrew Millanti, Campbellsburg, 31.
    Shannon Wolford, Eminence, 36 to Travis Merrit, Eminence, 29.
     
    Divorces
    Matthew Hatcher, 26, Germany, Lesleigh Taylor, 22, Eminence.

    Property Transfers

  • Get off the couch or share the blame

    The makeover of Eminence seems to be on everyone’s minds these days.

    This paper has provided a good deal of coverage on the demolition of the old buildings and the coming of the new.

    It is, as it should be, a big deal—these changes will drastically affect the appearance of the town as well as its economy. Some folks are fine with what’s going on. Some are not.

  • The sign and signs

    On a recent Monday morning, one of Donna’s friends stopped by the house to pick her up.  They were headed to Paducah for the annual quilt show held in that city.  I helped Donna load her luggage into her friend’s car and waved them off.

  • Miracle products and foo foo dust

    Increase your profits and production for just pennies per acre. Haven’t we all seen or heard such tempting claims about various products. But is it real?

    You know the pitch. Maybe it’s a Bermuda grass that will yield 20 tons per acre. Or a foliar fertilizer that doubles alfalfa production. It could be a soil enhancer that makes water wetter or releases more nutrients from your soil. Or possibly a microbial inoculant that allows you to safely bale or store wet hay.

  • A good walk can make all the difference

    What would you do to take 20 years off your age? The answer may be as simple as walking, according to Barry A. Franklin, Ph.D. in the UK Health Care News.

    “Starting at the age of 20, we lose about 1 percent of our aerobic fitness each year,” Dr. Franklin says. “A walking program can improve that fitness from 10 to 20 percent in three months. That’s the same as 10 to 20 years of rejuvenation.”

  • Time for the 4-H Teen Conference 2013

    With summer just around the corner, it’s time for Kentucky 4-H teens to register for the 2013 Kentucky 4-H Teen Conference.

    The conference takes place at the University of Kentucky June 10-13 and is open to all 4-H’ers who have completed the freshman through their senior year of high school.

    During the conference, 4-H members have the opportunity to experience dorm life in UK residence halls, attend educational and recreational workshops, and meet new friends from across the state.

  • Campbellsburg Elementary School Noelia Espinoza

    Noelia is in the fifth grade at Campbellsburg Elementary.

    What is your favorite subject?

    Math. I like how you work the problems. You have to be patient to work  them out.

    Do you have any pets?

    A cat named Shakiare.

    What do you do for fun?

    I like to dance and do gymnastics.

    What kind of music or artists do you like?

    Country music. I like Justin Bieber.

    Do you like to read?

    I like the Whatever After books.

     

    Favorite movie?

  • Eastern Elementary School Derek Benham

    Derek is in the fourth grade at Eastern Elementary School.

     

    What is your favorite subject?

    Science. I like all the different kinds of experiments you get to do. One time we took a tin and put a straw and a balloon on it. When it was hot outside it would expand.

     

    Do you have any pets?

    A dog named Bella.

     

    What do you do for fun?

    Ride my bike and my go-cart in our back field. I also like playing Madden 2013.

     

  • Campbellsburg Elementary School students of the Month

    The January students of the month for Campbellsburg Elementary School. Front row:  Ethan Tharp, Cody Angell, Jordan Harmon, Autumn Donner, Bailey Hayden, Connor Maroney, Abrianna Williams and Katie Smith. Back row:  Storm Morgan, Austin  Riley, Keegan Kurtz, Rachel Topp, Olivia Miller, Brenna Edens, Trenton Hahn and Maddie Bolin.