Today's News

  • Boyer graduates IUSE

    On May 9, Lauren Karel Boyer graduated with distinction from Indiana University Southeast. Lauren earned her B.A. in Psychology during her three years at IUS. While at IUS, Lauren was a member of the Honor’s Program, the Psychology Club, and Lodge Council President and Vice President.  She made the Dean’s List and was inducted into the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society and Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology. 

  • Becoming a Cancer Warrior

    In 2006 the National Cancer Institute cited Kentucky as having a higher than national average rate of death from cancer.   The primary reason cited was lung cancer death from smoking.  Inactivity, diet and excess weight are also to blame according to the American Cancer Society.

    Health advocates in Kentucky still have much work to do when it comes to persuading Kentuckians to adopt healthy lifestyle choices and gain better access to health care so that they can get diagnosed and treated. 

  • Good nutirition during pregnancy is vital

    Submitted By James N. Martin Jr., MD, President, The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

    As your baby’s sole source of nutrition during pregnancy, eating a well-balanced diet is essential. Many women have questions about how many more calories they need, what is safe to eat, and what foods to avoid. 

  • Allergies in the Ohio River Valley

    The Ohio Valley is full of lush rolling hills, beautiful rivers and lakes, and unfortunately abundant allergens which garnered nearby Louisville the ranking of the second worst city in America for allergies by the Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America.   If you are one of the few people that live in this area that does not suffer from allergies, consider yourself lucky.  The rest of us have a love-hate relationship with our beautiful area and the pollens and molds that can cause such misery. 

  • Public records for the week of June 22, 2011

    Ashley Nicole Johnson, 18, Eminence, to Matthew Gaines Wilson, 18, Pleasureville.
    Annie Mae House, 76, Eminence, to Richard Darrell James, 77, Frankfort.
    Karen Colette Gootee, 42, Eminence, to Curtis Ray Tindle, 40, Eminence.

    Thomas William Myers, 37, Pendleton, and Heather Rebecca Marsh, 34, Pendleton.

  • C’Burg sewer has ‘some major issues’

    The pictures before them were, Campbellsburg City Council members joked, akin to the results of a colonoscopy.

    If that were the case, the patient — the city’s sewer system — is quite sick. “We’ve got some major issues here,” council member Jennifer Bratton said.

    And thanks to those major issues, Carrollton Utilities likely won’t be taking over the system anytime soon.

  • Lace up, it’s time to Relay

    It all comes down to this. Twelve hours of fun, music, food, walking, fundraising and most importantly — celebrating the lives of cancer survivors and remembering those who weren’t so lucky.

    Friday night, at 7 p.m., the 2011 Henry County Relay for Life will get underway with opening ceremonies, but survivor registration begins at 6 p.m.

    This year’s Relay will include a tribute to former Henry County Relay for Life chairwoman, Marla Young, who lost her battle with cancer in November 2010.

  • A wish come true

    The memory of swimming with dolphins at Discovery Cove in Orlando, Fla., puts an instant smile on the face of eight-year-old Savannah Taylor.
    It was the Make-A-Wish Foundation that made that smile possible.

  • ‘A Mayberry state of mind’

    Neighbors filed in with casserole dishes, and trailing aromas of freshly baked pies.

    The buffet table soon was laden with chicken and dumplings, green beans, and macaroni and cheese.

    Piles of home baked ham sandwiches and potato chips provided alternatives for the kiddos.

    Chocolate and coconut cream pies piled high with white fluff sidled up to a variety of fruit pies and their golden crusts.

  • Worrying about prescription costs? Help is available

    Medicare beneficiaries are growing in number and many worry about prescription drug costs.

    The Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency wants to get the word out that help is available.

    “There are more than 2,000 in Henry County who qualify,” outreach director Dawn Yankeelov said.

    She said she knows of at least 131 who qualify, but are not enrolled according to the Social Security Administration.