Today's News

  • Run as fast as you can to the hills

    I started to wonder if I would get a chance to write another column on here to you. There’s been so much politicking on this page I thought perhaps we should rename it ‘The Podium’ or ‘The Primary for The Primary’ instead of ‘Opinion.’

  • The ‘No’ Party plays up the shutdown

    By Jon Park

  • Few states match our historic preservation

    By Rick Rand

  • Fall events and activities for the county

    The Living Well Club is designed for improving the quality of life of seniors. We cover balance, coordination, fall reduction and chronic disease with an emphasis on Living Well. Classes are from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Henry County Extension Office. There is a $6.00 annual fee. Classes are generally held three days a week. Call for a schedule or stop by on Oct. 21, 23, 25, 28, or 30 to try it out.

    Adult Sewing

  • 4-H begins new program year

    October is the official month that 4-H begins its new program year. While we have a great group of youth that are involved in 4-H across the county there is always room for more. I would like to encourage parents as well as those age eligible, ages 9-19, to take advantage of some of these great opportunities to learn and grow in a fun environment. Here are a few of the clubs that I would like to highlight this week.

  • The county has fields of opportunty

    By Lance Minnis

  • Fun fall festivities update

    Fall has finally arrived and with it comes many activities. I will try to share the ones I have been told about, and invite you to take part in as many as you can. I am giving a mark-your-calendar list, but I will give more information on each closer to the dates.

    Oct. 26

     Annual trick or treat at the Kentucky Renaissance Faire from 7-9. There will be concessions, a haunted forest presented by Eminence School Senior Class, hayride, costume contest, and of course, safe trick or treat.

    Nov. 2

  • Campbellsburg Elementary School Student of the Week: Faith Sutherland

    Campbellsburg Elementary Student of the Week
    5th grader Faith Sutherland

    Are you looking forward to middle school?
    I’m nervous and scared. It’s a really big building and I’m nervous that I won’t be able to do the work.

    What is your favorite subject?
    Social Studies. It’s fun to read about U.S. history. I like science too. I like to learn about the world, nature and how it’s made.

    Do you have any pets?
    I have a dog named Rover.

  • Eastern Elementary School Student of the Week Colby Crabb

    Eastern Elementary Student of the Week

    3rd grader Colby Crabb


    What is your favorite subject?

    Math. I get to do multiplication and subtraction, adding and all of that kind of stuff.

    I get to learn more stuff when I do multiplication. That’s why I like it.


    What do you want to do when you grow up?

    Help my dad on the farm. We have about 170 acres. We have cows and tobacco.


    What do you do for fun?

  • Warriors grind it out against Raiders

    The Eminence Warriors have relied on a balance of passing and running to win football games over the last several seasons, but that changed Friday night when they took on the Trimble County Raiders.

    The Warriors used their third quarterback of the season, Jalen Dixie, and found that running the ball against the Raiders was an effective way to break in the first-time starting quarterback.