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Today's News

  • Community digs in at rotary’s farm city day
  • Reckoning with Addiction: Pain and the way we hurt by John Inscore Essick

    Recently I spoke with Drs. Donna and Damon Gatewood about pain and how opioid abuse is changing the way they practice medicine.
    They are both family doctors who see patients of all ages (Donna in Crestwood and Damon in Campbellsburg) and regularly provide medication-assisted treatment of opioid addiction at a clinic in Louisville.
    The Gatewoods routinely see patients who are seeking relief from acute and/or chronic pain.
    Acute pain is the body’s signal that we need immediate medical attention for a broken bone or kidney stone. In time, acute pain will go away.

  • Local Buzz March 28, 2018

    Church Activities
    A community Easter Egg Hunt will be held on March 31 at the Henry County Recreational and Services Park at 125 Park Road, New Castle. The Henry County Baptist Association, which is made up of 13 Baptist churches in Henry County, is sponsoring this event. The association invites all kids from 3 years old through fifth grade to participate. The event will begin at 10 a.m. with the story of Easter and will conclude after all the eggs are found.

  • Public Record March 28, 2018

    KSP arrests
    Sara Stone, DOB 3/23/18, Gahanna, Ohio — arrested March 23 at mile marker 27 on I-71 south by Trooper Housley for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, .08, first; careless driving; following an emergency vehicle too closely; and possession of an open alcohol beverage in a motor vehicle

    HC Sheriff Arrests
    Rodriguez Jesos – arrested March 16 by Deputy Perry for possession of a controlled substance, meth; possession of a controlled substance, cocaine; and possession of drug paraphernalia

  • Gamboa makes move from gridiron to cheering

    sports@hclocal.com

    Henry County High School senior Mario Gamboa wrapped up his career as a high school football player in November when the Wildcats lost a heartbreaker to Floyd Central in the Class 3A playoffs, but he may continue his athletic career in college like many of his teammates. 

    Gamboa, however, is not pursuing a college football career. The 6’3”, 250-pound former offensive lineman has a good shot at being on the nationally renowned University of Louisville cheerleading squad next year.

  • Wildcats whip Warriors in season opener

     sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Wildcats hosted the Eminence Warriors in the season opener for both teams March 19. The temperature was 60 degrees when the first batter stepped to the plate with a light rain falling. That stood in stark contrast to the rest of the week as a snowstorm and cold temperatures wiped out the week’s scheduled games. 

    Zack Woods started on the mound for the Wildcats and set the Warriors down in order in the top of first inning.

  • Wacky weather plays havoc with spring sports

     It’s officially spring now but somebody forgot to tell Mother Nature. There were 11 softball and baseball games scheduled between the four local high school teams for the opening week of the spring sports season and exactly one was played. That was the season opener between the Henry County and Eminence baseball teams.

    That game ended after five innings and the final inning was played in a rain steady enough to make it sketchy as to whether it could have been finished if the Wildcats had led by less than 10 runs.

  • Students make an impression at Educators Rising
  • Student provides patriotic painting to hang in the courthouse
  • A look at the most recent dietary guidelines

    Based on the most recent science, the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans were released at the beginning of 2016. Before you say, “here we go again,” let’s take a closer look.
    The guidelines may sound familiar, but there are some differences from years past.
    Overall guidelines For the most part, these guidelines don’t advise you about how much to eat of different foods, such as vegetables or meat.
    Instead, they focus on helping you fit healthy eating into their own unique lifestyle.