I’ve lived in Eminence most of my life. Work there and play there. Actually love my small town life. This past spring I had a heart abnormality that scared the doctors and myself enough that I had to be taken to the hospital from the clinic in Eminence.
Campbellsburg resident Donald Webster (center) received a Properties Management and Supply Technical Support Service Award from Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet Secretary J. Michael Brown (right) and Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer (left) on Oct. 21. A property officer II at the Kentucky State Police Supply Branch in Frankfort, Webster is a nine-year veteran of the agency. A 1998 graduate of Henry County High School, he is the son of Bruce and Sandy Webster of Pendleton.
U-Haul Company of Kentucky recently announced that C&J Auto will serve as a U-Haul neighborhood in New Castle, according to a news release.
C&J Auto at 668 Eminence Road will offer U-Haul trucks, trailers, towing equipment, support rental items and in-store pick-up for boxes.
“C&J Auto owner Joyce Smith is proud to team with the industry leader in do-it-yourself moving and self-storage to better meet the demands of Henry County,” the news release said.
The IRS continues to warn consumers throughout Kentucky to remain on guard against scam phone calls from thieves intent on stealing their money or their identity, according to a news release from the federal agency. Criminals pose as IRS agents and use threats to trick victims into sending money or giving personal information.
Eastern leaders of the month for October, photo taken on pajama day, include Wyatt Heightchew, Blane Smith, Wyatt Ward, Josie Peyton, Sophie Drawbaugh, Garhett Banta, Karli Woods and Makynna Lyons. Not pictured is Gavin Hines.
It’s time to look back on the 2015 fall sports season and review the highlights from this year’s action.
Hensley qualifies for state golf tournament
Freshman Maddie Hensley qualified for her fourth consecutive state tournament by shooting a 79 and finishing third in the regional tournament at Weissinger Hills in Shelbyville despite playing in torrential rain.
She made a good showing in Bowling Green by tying for 31st place. It was the first time she made the cut to play on the second day.
Even after the handicapped accessible pond path at the recreation and park officially opened Nov. 5, members of the Henry County Leadership Class of 2014 plan to work together into spring to complete the final touches.
Six leadership class members plus its coordinator celebrated the opening of the 140-foot-long, 4-foot-wide path that leads to a landing at the pond with a ribbon cutting at the Henry County Recreation and Services Park Thursday afternoon.