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Today's News

  • Lady Cats break slump, beat Spencer

    The Henry County Lady Cats’ softball team wanted to get back on track after going through a six-game losing streak. They got what they wanted as they downed the visiting Spencer County Lady Bears 12-2 in six innings Thursday night.

    The Lady Cats who have hit the ball well even through their losing streak got timely hits and better defense to get the 10-run victory.

  • Warriors rout KCD, Williamstown

    The Eminence Warriors softball team picked up two wins last week in convincing fashion.

    On Friday they needed just five innings to take care of Williamstown, 12-2.

    After retiring the Lady Demons in order in the first inning, the Warriors scored three runs in the bottom half of the inning.

    Serena Doktor led off with a hit. Lyndsay Craigmyle followed by reaching on an error by the pitcher. Savannah Mertz hit a two-run triple to deep left field with one out. Brenna Raisor got a two-out single to score Mertz.

  • EHS student athlete of the Week-Savannah Mertz

    Savannah is a sophomore on the Warriors’ softball and basketball teams.

    What are your hobbies?

    Hunting, fishing and riding 4-wheelers.

    What about non-school activities?

    Jehovah’s Witness Church in Shelbyville.

    How about school clubs?

    FFA and Latin club.

    What’s your favorite school subject?

    Math.

     

    What’s your favorite music style/artist?

    Pop/John Mayer, The Fray and Eric Church.

  • HCHS Student Athlete of the Week-Alex Miles

    Alex is a senior on the Wildcats’ baseball team.

     

    What are your hobbies?

    Being active, I don’t like to sit still. I like to go out and do stuff.

     

    What about non-school activities?

    N/A.

     

    How about school clubs?

    MOVE.

     

    What’s your favorite school subject?

    Math.

     

    What’s your favorite music style/artist?

    Rock and Rap/ I like most of them.

     

  • Warriors fall to Bardstown, CAL

    The Eminence Warriors baseball team played two games last week. On Wednesday they lost to Bardstown 19-0 at home and on Thursday they traveled to Louisville to take on Christian Academy and lost 4-1.

    CAL 4, EHS 1

    The Warriors got a strong pitching performance from Trevor Payton and Travis Bell but could not muster enough offense for the win.

  • Track Cats host NCKTC, All-Comers meets

    The Henry County track team hosted two meets last week. On April 30 they hosted an all comers meet with the boys team finishing first and the girls team second. Several individuals set personal records in one of the final tune ups for the regional meet to be held today at North Oldham.

    The Eminence track team also participated and got a first place performance from Shelby Armstrong in the long jump.

    On Thursday the Wildcats hosted the North Central Ky. Track Conference Championships with Eminence again participating in the event.

  • Public Record for the week of May 8

    Marriages
    Alina Villatoro,40,Eminence to Joseph Clark Sr., 43, Eminence.
    Brittany Barnes, Pendleton, 25 to James Palmer, Pendleton, 25.
    Victoria Sykes, 21, Lockport, to David Allen, 25, Lockport.
    Megan Jackson, Campbellsburg, 25 to Andrew Millanti, Campbellsburg, 31.
    Shannon Wolford, Eminence, 36 to Travis Merrit, Eminence, 29.
     
    Divorces
    Matthew Hatcher, 26, Germany, Lesleigh Taylor, 22, Eminence.

    Property Transfers

  • Get off the couch or share the blame

    The makeover of Eminence seems to be on everyone’s minds these days.

    This paper has provided a good deal of coverage on the demolition of the old buildings and the coming of the new.

    It is, as it should be, a big deal—these changes will drastically affect the appearance of the town as well as its economy. Some folks are fine with what’s going on. Some are not.

  • The sign and signs

    On a recent Monday morning, one of Donna’s friends stopped by the house to pick her up.  They were headed to Paducah for the annual quilt show held in that city.  I helped Donna load her luggage into her friend’s car and waved them off.

  • Miracle products and foo foo dust

    Increase your profits and production for just pennies per acre. Haven’t we all seen or heard such tempting claims about various products. But is it real?

    You know the pitch. Maybe it’s a Bermuda grass that will yield 20 tons per acre. Or a foliar fertilizer that doubles alfalfa production. It could be a soil enhancer that makes water wetter or releases more nutrients from your soil. Or possibly a microbial inoculant that allows you to safely bale or store wet hay.