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Today's News

  • New members boost county economy

    The Chamber of Commerce is always happy to welcome new members and we have several to introduce this month. CVS in Eminence, Homes Plus Realty owned by Robin Barmore, and Eminence Apothecary with pharmacist Drane Stephens in Eminence are looking forward to your checking out what they have to offer.

  • Public record for the week of April 16

    Eminence Police Arrests

    Billy Joe Young, 36, arrested April 11 on Fairview for Alcohol Intoxication in a public place, first and second offense

    John C. Wells, 19, arrested April 12 on Elm for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, less than 21 years of age

    HC Sheriff Arrests

    Denita Watkins, arrested April 11 by Rick Nelson for TBUT

    Justin Johnson, arrested April 10 by Rick Nelson two counts of failure to appear, contempt of court

    Kentucky State Police Arrests

  • Raising responsible children today
  • Black cherry trees can be dangerous

    When you drive through the rolling land in Henry County, you can find many black cherry trees, including some in farm fencerows. While standing upright, there is not much danger, but if one of these trees or a limb falls in a windstorm, there can be problems for livestock.

    The leaves of black cherry trees, especially wilted ones, are high in cyanic acid, which can kill livestock by depriving them of oxygen. You can reduce the likelihood of livestock losses due to wild black cherry trees by cutting them out of fencerows.

  • Applications now being accepted for ‘Farmer of the Year’

    The 2014 Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) “Farmer of the Year” application process is now open, and the organization is seeking the Commonwealth’s finest nominees for this prestigious award.

  • Area business supports 4-H

    Tractor Supply Company, in partnership with the National 4-H Council, recently announced the launch of its spring 2014 Paper Clover Campaign.

    Tractor Supply Company, the largest retail farm and ranch supply store chain in the United States, raised more than $3.2 million for 4-H programs across the country through the Paper Clover Campaigns over the last four years.

  • Campbellsburg students win regionals
  • Students of the Month-Eastern
  • Conservation District presents awards program

    The Henry County Conservation District Board of Supervisors co-sponsors each fall with Farm Bureau Federation, a Conservation Art/Writing Contest for all students in the Henry County and Eminence school systems. Entries are collected from the schools and are judged by District Board and others. County winning entries are sent to the Kentucky Division of Conservation in Frankfort to be judged at the Area/ State level.

  • Cats go 1-2 in Valley tourney

    The Henry County Wildcats played in the Valley Invitational tournament last week and dropped their first two games before defeating the hosts in their final game. The tournament was scheduled to wrap up on Thursday but rainy weather caused the final games to be cancelled.
    Trigg Co. 7 HCHS 2
    In the opening game of the tournament the Cats jumped out to a 1-0 lead against Trigg County. The game seesawed back and forth with Trigg County going up 4-2 heading into the sixth inning.