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Today's News

  • Stay healthy by washing up after working on the farm

    Levi Berg, Cooperative Extension 

    Most times when we hear about safe handling of livestock, we think about the safety of the animals. However, many times we don’t think about our own safety in regards to diseases, bacteria and so on.

    Livestock, such as poultry, horses, ruminants and others, have digestive systems that can convert forages into usable nutrients, and this is possible because of bacteria, fungi and protozoa living in the intestinal tracts of those animals.

  • Positive sign point to economic development

    “Site Selection” is not a magazine most of us would keep on our coffee table, but for those in government and business who track economic development, this publication is one not to be missed.
    Fortunately, it has had a lot of good things to say about Kentucky in recent years, and over the past two, it has awarded us its annual Governor’s Cup for having more major job announcements than any other state on a per capita basis.

  • What St. Catharine meant to The Berry Center

    After starting The Berry Center in 2011, the first project we took on was what became the Berry Farming Program at St. Catharine College, a school founded by The Dominican Sisters of Peace in Springfield in 1931.

  • Forestry day allows 4-H to dig deep in the woods

    Cathy Toole, Henry County Cooperative Extension

    On Wednesday, June 8, 4-H youth had the opportunity to learn about the environment during the first day of the Forestry Days program.

    Twenty-one had the opportunity to travel to Henry County Park on Campbellsburg Road to listen to an expert, Lynn Garrison, retired employee from Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, speak about trees and to collect leaves for a 4-H project.

  • Kentucky at forefront in hemp production

    As senators from Kentucky, we’ve been fortunate to meet many of the farmers who help make our state work. Agriculture is a vital part of Kentucky’s economy, and we’ve learned from Kentucky’s farmers that one way to keep our state’s agricultural sector growing is to explore new, viable cash crops for the state. This is why we’ve put our support behind expanding industrial hemp research.

  • Local Buzz, June 15, 2016

    Church Activities
    This year’s vacation Bible school theme at Eminence First Baptist Church at 5706 S. Main Street, Eminence, is “Submerged: Finding Truth Below the Surface,” based on Psalm 139: 23-24. The schedule is each night June 13 through 17 at 6 p.m.

    Civic Organizations
    Eminence Rotary Club meets at noon at Henry Christian Church every Monday.
    The New Castle Lions Club meets at 7 p.m. the first and third Monday of each month at Buddy’s Place in New Castle.

  • Public Records, June 15, 2016

    KSP arrests
    David Hill, 22, Pendleton — arrested June 6 at the 25 mile marker on Interstate 71 north by Trooper Brown for speeding; no registration receipt; and possession of marijuana
    Morris Gill, 26, Turners Station — arrested June 10 at Highway 421 by Trooper Phelps for speeding, 13 over; operating on a suspended license; failure to produce insurance card; failure to surrender revoked license; and a bench warrant for another agency

  • College update: MacKenzie Peyton

    sports@hclocal.com

    Former Henry County High School golf standout MacKenzie Peyton had a rough start to her college career at South Alabama, but after some reflection and hard work, she turned the campaign around to become one of the better golfers for the Jaguars.

    Peyton’s first tournament in September saw her shoot 80, 85 and 82 in her three rounds for a total of 247. In her second tournament in October she shot a three-round total of 249. Her final fall tournament saw a bit of improvement when she totaled 236.

  • Lawson new EHS A.D., football coach

    sports@hclocal.com

    Tye Lawson has been named the new football coach and athletic director at Eminence High School.

    Lawson joins the EHS staff after serving as head football coach at Bullitt Central last year. Before that, Lawson was associate head coach for the Cougars for one year.

  • Sharpshooters' season off to good start

    Submitted

    The Henry County 4-H Sharpshooters have had a busy spring and have returned with many trophies for their efforts. Practices started early and the team has already traveled to several competitions, with great success.