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Today's News

  • Warriors face tough runners at Dragon Invitational

    Sports Editor

    In one of their largest cross-country races of the season, the Eminence Warriors competed at the Dragon Invitational, hosted by South Oldham High School, Saturday afternoon.

    Eminence had one runner in the boys’ varsity race and seven in the girls’ race, and was led by Trey Hernandez and Candace Wells — the only two EHS runners to crack the top 100 in the individual standings. 

  • Sweet talking a reluctant farmhand

    My husband is always careful to lavish praise on me whenever I help him with a chore around our farm.  “You are one in a million!” he will rave if I assist the veterinarian on a day when he can’t be home. “I picked a peach when I picked you,” he coos as I hold up boards or wire while he repairs fence. “A guy’s lucky to have a gal like you,” I’ll hear, sweat dripping down my face, as we drive back after pulling the truck or some machine out of a ditch. “Super job, babe! Great work!”

  • Wildcats use running attack in 47-14 victory

    Sports Editor

    Typically, Henry County uses a pass-happy offense that picks opponents apart, but it was the Wildcats’ ground attack that pushed them past Carroll County in a 47-14 victory Friday night.

  • Make a difference!

    With millions of dollars being spent on negativity, come spend your money where it really “Makes a Difference!”

    This Saturday, Oct. 25, is National Make a Difference Day.  Millions of people all over the Unites States will actually be making a real difference in the lives of others!

    Come join  Friends For Michael, Inc Spinal Cord Injury Organization as we make a difference all day, beginning at 8 a.m. at the site of the new Henry County Recreation and Services Park on Hwy 421 just north of New Castle, KY (1125 Campbellsburg Rd)  rain or shine!

  • Your Well Being to offer open house this weekend

    Staff writer/photographer

    Pain at the pump and grocery store causing a pain in your neck? Need a massage or just a quiet bit of meditation time? Trying to cut-back on spending?

    Julie Brent, a licensed therapeutic massage therapist and Hatha Yoga instructor, of Your Well Being in Campbellsburg wants to ease both your physical and fiscal pains.

    Brent offers therapeutic massage, Reiki, reflexology, ionic foot spa treatments and other services for the amount of her clients’ insurance co-pay.

  • Resident questions city about Arbor View

    General Manager

    At least one Eminence resident made her displeasure plain with the City of Eminence during Monday night’s meeting.

    Micheel Cambrell, a resident of the Arbor View subdivision, asked for a date for when the road she lived on would be paved.

    City attorney Bill Brammell said that an agreement recently had been signed and approved by the council with the subdivision’s developer, and that road repairs could begin next year.

  • Santa Claus is coming ... to Smithfield

    General Manager

    Though the details aren’t yet finalized, the Smithfield City Council is closer to making its Christmas celebration a reality.

    City Commission member Saundra Smith said she’s, quite literally, been checking her list twice. Music still needs to purchased, and the large Christmas decorations hung, and of course, she hopes to pick up more garland and another wreath. Smith said Kennedy Landscaping will donate a live tree.

  • Tackling challenges

    General Manager

    With all of its students housed under one roof, Eminence Independent Schools is in a unique situation, something Eminence Elementary School principal Mike Doran says is one of the school’s strengths.

  • Communities gearing up for Halloween

    Staff writer/photographer

    Henry County residents will open their front doors to little boys and ghouls for treats (no tricks) on Halloween night this year.

    All of Henry County including Campbellsburg, Eminence, New Castle, Pleasureville and Smithfield’s trick-or-treating hours are Friday, Oct. 31, from 6 until 8 p.m.

    Henry County residents looking for something to do beyond trick-or-treating may want to check out another close-by option.

  • Frankfort Perspective with Rick Rand

    If voter registration and a recent statewide poll are any indication, the upcoming election is one of the most anticipated in years in Kentucky.

    According to the Secretary of State’s office, there are a record 2.9 million voters registered to vote on Nov. 4th, an increase of nearly 50,000 from the May primary.  In 2004, the last presidential election year, 2.79 million Kentuckians were registered.