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Today's News

  • Don’t get too carried away while waiting for spring planting season

    With this cold weather, it is hard to believe that spring will be here in a few months, and now is a good time to start thinking about what to put in your gardens.
    This means that vegetable catalogs are coming in your mail. They have every vegetable you can think of, and you are thinking about all of the great vegetables to plant.
    You might also think that you need two of these, two of those, 10 of those, and so on.

  • Local Buzz, December 28, 2016

    Church Activities

    On Monday, Jan. 9, an on-going grief support group will begin meeting at Eminence Christian Church at 6:30 p.m. and will run for the 13 weeks. The facilitators are Barbara Minton of Berea Christian and Bonnie Ethington of Pleasant View United Methodist. For more information, call Minton at (502) 667-3092.

    Sulphur Christian Church meets each Wednesday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

  • Public Records, December 28, 2016

    KSP Arrests

    Stephanie Peloski, 32 of Campbellsville — arrested on I-71 north on Dec. 22 by Trooper Brown for DUI first, aggravated circumstances; speeding 20 mph over; improper lane usage; following another vehicle too closely; license to be in possession; no registration receipt; and failure to provide insurance card

  • Be prepared with winter car emergency kit

    Wintertime can be dangerous for travelers. 

    Not only do you sometimes have to contend with deteriorating road conditions caused by snow and ice, but life-threatening situations can arise if you find yourself stranded on the road for a significant amount of time. 

    Here are some tips to help you prepare and make your wintertime travels safer.

    It is always helpful to have the following in your car in case of an emergency:

    •A cell phone, portable charger and extra batteries

  • What should be in your calving toolbox?

    It’s hard to believe the holidays are already here and some gone. It’s even harder to believe that spring calving season is only a month or so away. 

    This means you need to be ready to handle those calves through all hours of the night and during any weather condition. 

    Below is a list of items to keep in your calving tool box, and hopefully ease a little pressure during the calving season. 

  • Hartlage graduates

    A Pendleton man recently completed his studies at Campbellsville University and graduated with a master of business administration degree, according to a news release.

     

    Jacob Lee Hartlage received his degree in a ceremony Dec. 16 with more than 200 undergraduate and graduate students at Ransdell Chapel.

  • New Castle's first show choir performs
  • Interim used to better prepare for new legislative session

    When it comes to the legislative process, most of the public’s attention is understandably focused on the first several months of the year, when the General Assembly is in session and new laws are adopted.

  • This year will there be a new you?

    Is there a person on the planet that hasn’t made a New Year’s resolution and then failed to follow through? Setting goals may be the easy part, but turning those goals into results? Well, we all know how hard that can be. 

    Whether you’re hoping to shed a few pounds, step up your level of exercise or kick that smoking habit once and for all — you can take steps to improve your chances of success. Here are just a few ideas.

  • EHS girls defeat Frederick Fraize, 52-30

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors hosted the Frederick Fraize Lady Aces Dec. 20 and used deadly 3-point shooting and strong inside play from Madison Dockter to pull away early and cruise to their second consecutive win.

    The Lady Aces scored the first two points of the game just 27 seconds in before the Warriors ripped off 15 straight points to take command of the game. The Warriors hit three 3-pointers in that opening run as Mia Gonzalez, Kenya Vargas and Emilie Ethington all found the bottom of the net from long range.