• Hide your scissors!

    Start hording your scissors because the government is coming after them!

    A headline on WAVE3.com states that scissors were used in an attack on a man.

    Okay, this may be silly and I do not wish to make light of the recent shooting tragedies in our country. My heart goes out to all those who suffered loss especially of their children.

    As a father of five (soon to be six), I can assure you that I would be the first outraged and possibly the saddest of all if anything happened to one of my children. I can’t imagine.

  • A cause worth your money

    Are you sick of those annoying phone calls from telemarketers? Do you struggle as I do when deciding which cause should receive your hard-earned cash? How many checks do you write each year to help worthy causes? Do you really know where the money goes?

  • A pat on the back for preservation
  • List of priorities put together

    For most of Kentucky’s history, early January in odd-numbered years has been set aside to give the General Assembly time to elect House and Senate leaders and determine the make-up of the chambers’ committees for the next two years.

  • Protecting and Planning the future’s resource

    The people of  Henry County and the City of Eminence are fortunate to have chosen a group of their fellow citizens to take responsibility for the community’s most precious resource and a key to its future – children and their educational opportunities.

  • A letter of thanks

    Thanks for help with Nativity

    We wish to thank everyone who had a part in any way with the Bethlehem Living Nativity this year.

    It takes a lot of very dedicated people who give their time and talents to make sure this great tradition continues each and every year.

    May you all be blessed with the love of our Savior Jesus Christ throughout this new year and beyond. Until next year!

    The Bethlehem Living Nativity Committee

  • Holiday food may be a gift from Kentucky

    One of the hallmarks of the holidays is that there never seems to be a shortage of good food to eat.  From turkey on Thanksgiving to homemade candy at Christmas, it’s usually easy to find something to fill up a plate.
    Increasingly, there’s a strong chance that this food has a Kentucky connection as well, though that may not always be readily known when we reach into the pantry or the refrigerator.

  • Donations will help

    I applaud the project to provide community opportunities to help with the upkeep on the Eminence cemetery.  It is one of the ways that individuals can get involved to make sure that the cemeteries in the country are well maintained.

  • Youth sets example

    Hats off to a 14-year-old who single-handedly planned, acquired, organized and carried off a fun and festive evening for Light Up Pleasureville.

    Many of us adults could learn from this young man’s interest, zeal and determination for the betterment of our community. How extraordinary! Our out-of-town guests were in awe that it takes a 14-year-old to set the example!

    And a big thank you to Santa (Tom Smith)! You certainly impressed my granddaughters with your wisdom!

  • Give to the less fortunate

    Enjoy your Christmas gifts.

    Christmas is the most wonderful day of the year because it celebrates the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ, but some of us think of it as a time to receive gifts. I would like to ask you a question: do you have a home, clothes to wear, food to eat, a job, and a family and friends that love you?

    If you can answer with a yes, then you are enjoying the most precious gifts that anyone could ask for, so what else would anyone need if they have all those things?