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Today's News

  • Friends for Michael hold dinner, auction

     

    The Friends for Michael Spinal Cord Injury Organization held its seventh annual dinner and silent auction on Thursday evening.

    The event raises money that goes to help people with spinal cord injuries.

  • Public hunting land added in Henry

    The Kentucky River Wildlife Management Area has grown by more than a third in size with the $3.2 million acquisition of 926 acres of land in Henry County, state officials say.

    Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources officials found the tract located along Ky. 389, not far from Sharp’s Grocery in Glenmary, an attractive addition to its existing 2,629 acres in the wildlife management area (WMA).

  • Owensboro girl killed in ATV wreck

     

    A 12-year-old Owensboro girl was killed in an ATV accident on her grandparents’ farm on Wednesday night.

    Lillian Gray was visiting her grandparents, Lloyd and Patricia Gray at the farm in Smithfield when she lost control of the ATV she was operating and went over a hill, rolling the vehicle several times, according to Kentucky State Police Trooper Sgt. Chad Taylor.

  • Morgan puts in 50 miles for Relay

     

    From at 2 p.m. June 20 and for about the next 25 hours, Rex Morgan couldn’t slow down much or he wouldn’t meet the ambitious goals he set for himself for Friday and Saturday.

    Close on the heels of crossing the finish line at the event at Henry County High School after walking a distance nearly equal to two whole marathons at Relay for Life, Morgan then spent several hours pursuing his mayoral duties by greeting the crowds at the Campbellsburg Day community celebration until about 3 p.m.

  • Fiscal deletes "ag operations" from nuisances

     

    No “agricultural operation” will run afoul of a Henry County nuisance ordinance, as fiscal court members discussed adding language to a proposal to clarify how it will impact agricultural operations at their June 17 fiscal court meeting.

    During a May reading of a proposal to clean up trashy properties in Henry County, a question arose about what effect the idea would have on farms and agricultural operations.

  • Eminence schools helped prepare Metcalfe for Ivy League

     

    While attending Eminence Independent Schools, Ballard Metcalfe was a typical student — he worked hard, kept his grades up and was committed to helping his community.

    Normal in every way. Except for graduating from the Gatton Academy and proceeding on to Princeton, where he graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering two weeks ago.

    Metcalfe came to Eminence in middle school and found a community that supported him and taught him how to be more than just a good student.

  • Take Five: David Gray

    Basic bio

    From Middletown

    Has lived in Henry County for 20 years

    Business owner

    Campbellsburg City Council Member

    Education

    Graduated from Eastern High School in 1986

    Are you excited about getting a seat on the Campbellsburg City Council?

  • Pike's bond reduction denied

     Laura Susanne Pike will have another two months to decide who will represent her at a trial currently scheduled for May 5, 2015.

  • Quiet Valor

     

    This June marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day — the day British and American forces landed on the beaches of Normandy, France in an effort to retake the area from Nazi forces.  

  • Renaissance fair makes local impact

     

    The Kentucky Highlands Renaissance Festival is back in Henry County, as it has been for the last nine years. But this isn’t a case where some out-of-towners swoop in, hang around for six weeks and leave town with local money — the owners have lived here in Eminence for the last two years.