Today's News

  • Letter to the editor

    New contact for History Center

  • Public record for the week of March 26

    Sheriff Arrests

    Travis Collinge, FTA, diversion violation, arrested by Keith Perry 3/20.

    KSP Arrests

    Christopher C. Payton, 25, of Pendleton was arrested on 3/22 by Trooper Brewer on Pendleton Road in Sulphur and charged with DUI 2nd-aggravated; careless driving; speeding 5 mph over the limit.

    Harold R. Mutter, 60, of Indiana was arrested on 3/23 by Trooper Hindman on I-71 southbound, Campbellsburg and charged with DUI 1st and careless driving.

    EPD Arrests

  • 4-H provides community, communication

    A broad range of communications expertise is a vital skill for today’s youth and tomorrow’s adults. 4-H helps youth improve their quality of speech and association with others, whether one-on-one in a job interview or providing a keynote address in a banquet hall.

  • Keep your livestock healthy this spring season
  • Spring clean your way to a healthier you

    Many of us would love to work more physical activity into our schedules, but between responsibilities at work and home, it can be hard to squeeze it in. The 30 minutes of physical activity most days of the week most health and wellness experts recommend may seem impossible.

    Not helping matters were the short days and cold weather associated with winter. Fortunately, spring is upon us and with that comes longer days and warmer weather to encourage more outdoor physical activity.

  • Governor appoints Scriber to board

    By Brad Bowman


    Governor Steve Beshear recently appointed several people to commissions and boards including Henry County Property Valuation Administrator Jason Scriber to the Geographic Information Advisory Council.

    Scriber will represent the Kentucky Association of Counties and replaces Tony Lindauer.

    How were you appointed?

  • District 6 primary candidates

    Jerry Beasley:

    Which of the county resources (fire department, sheriff’s department, etc.) do you feel deserves the most attention, financially?

    The Henry County fire departments are on a volunteer, limited funding basis. EMS and the sheriff’s department are full-time funded and county supported. Also, economic development, parks and programs for youth.

    What do you feel the voters (citizens?) in your district want from their elected officials?

  • New library director ready to make waves

    By Will Phillips


    Henry County Public Library’s new Library Director, Jessica Powell, may have gotten her degree in New York City, but she’s excited to be working in Henry County.

    Powell is new to the position of Library Director, but has been serving as the interim director since December. She’s been officially hired as the full time director now, though, and is doing her best to help the library move forward.

  • State Senate Republican Candidate Series

    Paul Hornback

    AGE: 56

    PARTY: Republican


    State Senator

    FAMILY: Wife,

    Patricia, and 2 children

    Budget, health-care costs are key issues

    By Todd Martin

    Landmark News Service

    Paul Hornback has spent the past four years figuring out how to work around and fix inefficiencies in Frankfort, and he said he believes he’s just getting started.

  • New Castle Elementary celebrates Down Syndrome Day

    By Will Phillips


    March 21 was World Down Syndrome Day and the students at New Castle Elementary had a very special reason to celebrate.

    McKinley Paynter, a third grade student at New Castle who has Down Syndrome, has become a favorite amongst his classmates.