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Today's Opinions

  • November is National Home Care Month

    With more Americans aging, the demand for healthcare services delivered in the home is growing. In fact, this year, more than 11 million Americans will utilize home care services. November is National Home Care Month and we want to celebrate it with these patients and honor all the compassionate caregivers that make a difference everyday for our nation's seniors.

  • Oldham needs to be a better neighbor .....

    Last year, the residents of Shelby County were approached from a group of people about the possibility of forming an Airport Authority Board to check into the possibility of locating a regional airport in Shelby County. It does not matter if you were for or against it, I believe all can agree it was presented to the people and the residents spoke - there was not enough support for such an endeavor.

  • Kudos to EPD for a job well done

    I would like to say thanks to Chief Carey Duncan and the entire (Eminence) Police Department for a job well done. Before you came to this town, it was impossible to get any sleep or to even watch T.V on weekends because of the parties, loud music and squealing tires. I had to move my bedroom to the back of the house but that didnt help. Now I can get my rest and feel safe. I've lived here for 30 years. I can honestly say Eminence is a good place to live. Thanks for the good work you do. You put your lives harms way each and everyday to protect and keep us safe.

  • Thanks for support of 2007 fall festival

    Eastern Elementary would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped with our 2007 Fall Festival. From all the businesses who donated food, items for our auction or money, to all of our many volunteers, to all of our parents, wonderful staff and students-thank you. We truly appreciate all of the hard work, dedication, time and support that was extended to us. Henry County is a great place to live and the Eastern Elementary family proves that every day.

    Our sincere thanks,

    Eastern Elementary PTO

  • Thank you for awards

    I would like to thank everyone for the awards I received at the Patrick Henry dinner on Nov. 10.

    I appreciate the kindness and support over the years.

    The family of John and Henrietta Smith Jr.

  • Thanks for help with Homestead Nursing Center Fall Festival
  • Lions and bears and ... hot dogs? Oh my!

    I now can say I've been through my first Trick or Treat with the Henry County Local.

    And I can honestly say it was some of the most fun I've ever had on Halloween.

    It was, for the most part, non-stop action, but a hoot nonetheless.

    We saw plenty of lions, a few bears, but not many tigers. We saw lots of lady bugs, several Hannah Montannas, and more than a few zombies. We even had a couple of kangaroos hopping around our office. We only had one banana and a couple of doctors.

  • 40th Anniversary - Tragic Crash Near Bagdad

    Nov. 3, 2007 will mark the 40th Anniversary of a tragic 1967 auto accident that took the lives of a Cropper woman, Mrs. Fount Dearner, and her daughter, Mrs. Anna D. Kendall, who were traveling to Danville for a wedding.

    On that fateful day, just after 6 o'clock in the evening and shortly after a rain shower, Mrs. Kendall, her husband, Stanley, and their 9-year-old son, Stanley Dale Kendall, had picked up Mrs. Dearner in Cropper intending to proceed to Danville to attend the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall's oldest son, Wayne, to Miss Ethel Chumbley.