Today's News

  • EHS girls get first win over Fraize


    The Eminence Warriors girls’ basketball team traveled to Cloverport Friday night to take on the Frederick Fraize High School Lady Aces.

    The young Warriors, who have been showing steady improvement over the first few games of the season, got their first win, in a 44-21 blowout.

    The Warriors jumped out to a 13-5 lead in the first period and never looked back in scoring the most points that they have scored in any game this season.

  • Good spirits

    When the Henry County Wildcats met the Eminence Warriors on Dec. 9 a large crowd showed up well before tipoff of the varsity game. In fact it was probably the largest crowd that many of the players involved in the junior varsity game had ever performed before.

    A large crowd is no surprise when two rivals play but this crowd seemed larger than usual. Two things could have contributed to the higher than usual turnout.

  • Montero, Wright in East-West game

    Montero, Wright in East-West game


    Eminence Middle School football players Elijah Montero and DAndre Wright were selected to play for the East team in the Kentucky East-West Middle School Football All-Star game November 30 at Kentucky State University.

    Montero, who played running back, receiver, cornerback and linebacker for the Warriors, had touchdown runs of 60 and five yards in the game.

    Wright, who played fullback, receiver, defensive end and safety for the Warriors, had one carry for thirteen yards in the game.

  • Think environmentally friendly this holiday


    During the five weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, Americans produce an extra one million tons of trash per week compared to any other time of the year.  

  • History of Henry County Extension - The Agents


    The Smith-Lever Act of 1914 provided for the Cooperative Extension Service across the United States. While some counties developed their County Extension Service earlier, Henry County’s first County Extension Agent was hired in 1925.  

  • Leadership class tackles park sidewalk project


  • Lisa’s Closet provides assistance in time for Christmas


    Lisa’s Christmas Closet, after a two-year hiatus, will open Dec. 20 to spread some holiday cheer.

  • Merry Christmas from Bethlehem


    Many mail patrons believe nothing says “special delivery” during the holidays like sealing their Christmas cards with the Bethlehem, Ky., postmark.

    The rural community’s name and its post office’s holiday postmark bring a special resonance for holiday greetings.

    While some celebrants ship big boxes or packages to the post office to have their mail stamped, others pay an in-person visit to Bethlehem.

  • EPD officer conducts lifesaving traffic stop


    A Nov. 29 traffic stop by an Eminence police officer may well have saved a young man’s life, according to his grateful parents.

    The Hebron couple has expressed great appreciation for the care and compassion shown by Eminence Police Officer John Bailey when their son suffered a severe allergic reaction recently.

    The family sent an appreciation letter to Police Chief Carey Duncan for the way that Bailey handled the medical emergency that occurred when their son was making his way home through Eminence.

  • Campbellsburg man killed in train accident

     A 38-year-old Campbellsburg man died Dec. 12 after an accident on the railroad tracks in Turners Station, Kentucky State Police say.

    They have identified the victim as Edmond W. Smith, who was lying on the tracks near his residence when a train approached, according to a KSP news release.