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Today's Features

  • Church Activities
    Two ministers from the Eminence United Pentecostal Church, Adam Franklin and Ryan Gipson, will host an event at the Eminence Warrior Activity Center Saturday, March 24, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The event is entitled “Can You Believe In God And Still Have A Brain?” There will be coffee and donuts at the event. Everyone is welcome to come out. Especially students, Christians and Atheists.

  • Gov. Matt Bevin recently joined the Kentucky State Police to announce the launch of the Angel Initiative, according to a news release. The Angel Initiative encourages individuals suffering with a substance use disorder to visit a local KSP post for assistance with treatment.
    The program encourages individuals seeking addiction treatment to visit a KSP post, where he or she will be paired with a local officer who will assist with locating an appropriate treatment program.

  • Youth Strong organizers have scheduled a meeting March 27 at the Kentucky State Police Post 5 in Campbellsburg about how people can get involved in an in-school mentoring program.
    The mentoring program gives students extra guidance with the goal of helping them to reach their potential, discover their strengths and become successful, organizers say.
    Student mentoring will be supported hrough a grant received by the 12th Judicial District in Henry, Oldham and Trimble county schools.

  • Camryn McManis earned the 4-H Gold achievement award after competing with program members across the state. She is the first and only Henry County student to earn the honor since the program began a decade ago.
    As a gold recipient, McManis is eligible for the next step – the Emerald Award, according to Cathy Toole, Henry County 4-H Extension agent.
    The win surprised McManis. “I felt honored when I received gold. I never in a million years thought I would get it.”

  • Apostolic Pentecostal Church
    Reverand Nate Roemer
    9255 Main St., Campbellsburg;
    532-0200
    Sunday School, 10:30 a.m.;
    Worship 11:30 a.m.;
    Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
    Ballardsville Baptist Church
    Dr. Tony Wolfenbarger, Pastor
    4300 S. Hwy 53, Crestwood;
    222-9165
    Sunday Morning Worship,
    10:30 a.m.
    Bedford Springs Church
    Nick Coleman, Pastor
    43 Shepherd Ln., Bedford
    Worship, 11 a.m.
    Berea Christian Church
    Barbara Minton, Pastor
    685 Franklinton Road, Pleasureville
    Sunday School 10 a.m.;
    Worship 11 a.m.
    Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church

  • Easter is just around the corner.
    Did you know that Easter is on April Fool’s Day this year?
    It is quite the appropriate day for Easter!
    On what we now call Good Friday, those who opposed Jesus managed to silence him for good.
    They nailed him to a cross and let him die.
    A bystander took his body and buried it.
    The deed was done.
    The Man was dead, and his disciples were hiding in silence.
    Then came Sunday, and the silence was shattered.
    The tomb in which Jesus had been buried was empty.

  • Church Activities
    David Stahl will perform a concert at Bethlehem Baptist Church, located at 210 Woods Pike, March 18 at 8 a.m. The concert will include a blend of traditional hymns, contemporary choruses and a country song or two.

  • When Miranda Douthitt began working with the Kentucky Youth Career Center, she showed her commitment to a fresh start by moving to Eminence.
    This made it easy to get to her eight-week-long internship with Holly Kinderman at the Henry County Chamber of Commerce.
    Douthitt and Kinderman have Renee Walters at the KYCC office to thank for getting them together as part of the suite of services the agency provides to young people who are entering the workforce, Kinderman said.

  • Church Activities
    David Stahl will perform a concert at Bethlehem Baptist Church, 2727 Bethlehem Road, March 18 at 11 a.m. The concert will include a blend of traditional hymns, contemporary choruses and a country song or two.

  • Volunteers gathered Saturday at the Relay For Life kick-off benefiting cancer research held at the Henry County Fairground’s 4-H building.
    Relay chair Chesi Woods, flanked by her mother, Kim Jewell, husband Vincent and their kids, explained why research counts then introduced speaker, attorney and cancer survivor Virginia Lee “Jenny” Harrod.