.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Local Buzz, June 22

    Church Activities and Services

    First Presbyterian Church is hosting a Bible study each Wednesday at 1 p.m. using the old Andy of Mayberry T.V. show. It is a lot of fun to watch the old shows and discuss a biblical topic brought out in the episode. For more, contact Terry Johnson at onepres@bellsouth.net or call 502-845-4132.

    Grace Fellowship of La Grange will have midweek services at 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday in the Ramada Inn meeting room.

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

  • Summer sports camps

    The Henry County High School girls soccer team participated in a camp conducted by Thom Jones, head soccer coach at Campbellsville University, and HCHS coach Shelby Mings last week. Also, the Henry County High School softball team hosted the Lady Cats’ Young Guns softball camp last week.

  • Public Records for the week of June 22

    HC Sheriff

    Christopher Banta – arrested June 14 by Deputy Dewitt for theft by unlawful taking, shoplifting, over $500, Oldham County

    Laura L. Dunn – arrested June 14 by Deputy Nelson for contempt of court, Henry County

    James E. Goodwin – arrested June 15 by Deputy Nelson for failure to appear and failure to pay, Henry County

    Tamara Payton – arrested June 17 by Deputy Dewitt for receiving stolen property, firearm, Oldham County

  • Problems related to health and wealth go hand-in-hand

    Research has shown that there are similarities between the issues that we have with both our health and our wealth. For example problems with both start small and become accepted and carry fewer stigmas than before.

    Think about it our weight problems usually develop gradually, such as gaining three to four pounds a year. In the same way our outstanding credit card balances are also on the rise due to increased consumer spending and higher interest and/or fees on cards.

  • Good year for next-level athletes at HCHS

    It’s been a good year for Henry County High School athletes who want to play at the next level. Eight senior athletes have signed with colleges this year. I can’t think of a year since I started writing for the Henry County Local four years ago when the Wildcats’ athletic department has had so much success helping kids reach their dream of playing college sports.

  • The spring and summer of plant diseases

    By Levi Berg, Cooperative Extension Service

    Is your garden struggling? Are your fruit trees struggling? If they aren’t, you might be one of the lucky few in the state of Kentucky.

    This year’s weather has played havoc on vegetables and fruit crops.

    The wet, cool spring and wet, hot summer has become the perfect conditions for plant diseases.

    The Kentucky Plant Disease Diagnostic lab has been processing numerous samples, and released a report of the most viewed disease this year.

  • Trey Wills signs with Union College

    Henry County High School baseball player Trey Wills signed to play at Union College next year in a ceremony held at Henry County High School Thursday. Wills played centerfield for the Wildcats the last two years. He joins several other HCHS seniors in committing to play sports at the school in Barbourville.
    Wills batted .294 with a 371 on-base percentage for the Wildcats last season. He had 18 steals in 19 attempts and contributed 17 RBIs and 27 runs scored batting mostly as the Wildcats’ leadoff hitter.

  • 1986 EHS Baseball: Forgotten Champions

    In May of 1986 the unthinkable happened. Little old Eminence High School’s baseball team took on all comers in the Eighth Region tournament and won.
    The Warriors beat Carroll County by a deceptive score of 18-8 in the first round. The Warriors trailed 8-7 going into the sixth inning before their prodigious offensive abilities kicked in and they scored 11 unanswered runs in the last two innings.
    Tim “Gabby” Lafollette singled, doubled and hit a grand slam home run in the game. Sam “Sambo” Jennings picked up the win in relief.

  • Friends For Michael hold ninth annual dinner and auction
  • Ruckers recognized

    Campbellsburg Mayor Rex Morgan named Rev. Carl and Joann Rucker as Campbellsburg Day’s grand marshals for the community celebration June 18. To further recognize them, Morgan also presented the Ruckers with this plaque, saying he wanted to honor them for their   many years of contributions and service to the city and surrounding community.