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Today's News

  • 4-H State shoot results

    The Kentucky State 4-H Shoot was held Sept. 17-18. Henry County was well represented throughout the event with the following shooting sports members attending:  Jacob Yount, Jordan Campbell, Connor Toole, Todd Adams, James Pollard, Justin Yount, Jared Yount, Colt McGuire, Michael Murphy, Blake Jones, Devin Hagan, Clayton Perry, Jacob Wilson, Logan Yount, Jayson Murphy, Dylan Rankin and Gavin Robinson.

  • Birth - Ryan Hampton Nolin

    Bryan and Fran Nolin of Smithfield announce the birth of their son, Ryan Hampton Nolin, born Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011, at Suburban Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces and was 19 inches long.  He has one brother, Baylor Nolin.

    Grandparents are Rick and Mary Louise Schepman, New Castle and Ann and Allen Nolin, Smithfield.

    Great-grandparents are Layton and Betsy Rouse, New Castle; Robert and Irene Ison, Frankfort; Berdine Nolin, Smithfield; Jean Moore, Frankfort and the late Russell Nolin.

  • Luke Josiah Peiffer

    Adam and Shannon Peiffer of Belleville, Ill., announce the birth of their son, Luke Josiah Peiffer born Monday, Aug. 8, 2011, at Belleville Memorial Hospital. He weighed 5 pounds 9 ounces and was 19 inches long.

    Grandparents are Steve and Reba Pollard, Campbellsburg; Ron and Peggy Zearing, Lexington, Ind.; Nancy Peiffer, Belleville and Ernie and Jane Peiffer, Prairie Du Rocher, Ill.

    Great-grandparents are David and Shirley Watson, La Grange, and Ernie Peiffer, Millstadt, Ill.
     

  • Engagement - Morel-Estes

    Hayden and Samantha Estes would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their parents, Bobbie Morel and Devon Estes.

    The bride-elect is the daughter of Stephanie Deckard, Defoe and Robert Morel, Louisville.
    The groom is the son of Mark and Nancy Estes, Eminence.

    The wedding will take place at 1 p.m., Oct. 22, 2011, at the Bagdad Ruritan Club in Bagdad. A reception will follow. All friends and family are invited to attend.

  • Eminence Elementary Students of the Month

    Pictured are the Eminence Elementary School students of the month for October: Zackery Newton, Reese McKinley, Cristopher Reza, Cassie Higgins, Silas Cannon, Nathan Goss, Abelardo Reza, Chloe Stivers, Isabella Bates and Caroline Yount. Maranda Morrison (separate picture) also was named a student of the month.

  • EHS Students of the Month

  • Improving child welfare programs

    As chairman of the Subcommittee on Human Resources, it is my responsibility to periodically review programs under my jurisdiction to ensure they are an effective use of taxpayer dollars.

    Representative Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas) and I worked together to accomplish that result with legislation that was signed into law last week by President Obama.  The Child and Family Services Improvement and Innovation Act (H.R. 2883) reauthorizes and improves two important child welfare programs to continue serving children and families in need without adding to the deficit.  

  • Residents on Kentucky 146 unhappy with road proposals

  • Boys golf ends season on sour note

    Somewhere, midway through the season, the Henry County boys golf team lost its punch.

    The lack of punch showed, Henry County head coach Barney Sutley said.

    In the NCKC tournament, the boys finished fifth out of seven teams. The team’s best performance came from Nathan Parish, who shot an 84, about 12 strokes better than his average for the season.

    Senior Matt Ricketts also shot an 84, and the team’s other seniors each shot a 94. “So, definitely not as good as we could’ve done,” Sutley said.

  • HCHS boys soccer team ends tough season with heads up despite record

    A 1-10 record is rarely taken well in any sport.

    But that’s where the Henry County Boys’ soccer team found itself at the end of the 2011 season.

    But instead of hanging their heads or bemoaning their lack of success, the team was upbeat.

    “It was a tough year,” head coach Rob Powars said. “I was worried that they were going to get down on themselves. But they tried to keep it pretty light. They knew how it was going to go.”