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Today's News

  • Wildcats squeak by Gallatin Co.

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Wildcats’ baseball team traveled to Gallatin County March 24 for their first district game of the season and came back for a 6-5 win.

    Bodie Clark was on the mound for the Wildcats and struggled through three and two-thirds innings as his team’s defense allowed three unearned runs and two earned runs before Daniel Murray and Jaydon Berry relieved and helped the Cats to victory.

    Gallatin County got on the scoreboard first with a run in the second inning with only two base hits.

  • Warriors fall to Raiders, Tigers

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors’ baseball team got their season underway on March 23 when they faced Trimble County and their ace pitcher Michael Duanway. Dunaway pitched five strong innings to get a no-hitter and the Raiders took advantage of the young Warriors’ mistakes to win 16-0.

    Dunaway struck out 11 of the 16 batters he faced. Trevor Payton reached on an error by the Raider’s shortstop to give the Warriors their only base runner of the game.

  • Blue Bloods go to Indy

    After all the first and second round upsets this NCAA tourney has come down to four of college basketball’s traditional powers: Kentucky, Wisconsin, Michigan State and the team whose name we do not speak.

    Some people may argue that Wisconsin should not be included as a basketball blue blood because they were a non-factor in the tournament for nearly 50 years, but Dick Bennett and Bo Ryan have made the Badgers into a powerhouse team in the last 15 years or so.

  • Ridge birth

    Matthew Ridge and Tiffany Kelley-Ridge, Eminence, announced the birth of their son, Dakota Aaron Ridge, born Wednesday, February 11, 2015 at Norton’s Hospital, Louisville. He weighed 7 pounds 3 ounces and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Greg and Sonya Kelley, Eminence, and Dale and Susan Ridge, Louisville.

  • Mason anniversary

    William and Sarah Mason, who married in 1939, (he was  21, she was almost 19) will celebrate their 76-year anniversary April 8, 2015. Both have served their community throughout the years.  
    William was the first African-American elected to the Eminence City Council. Beginning in 1970, he served for eight years. He also ran for mayor.

  • Louden-Branham wedding

    Aimee Elizabeth Louden and Walter Mason Branham were united in marriage on Friday, January 16, 2105 at Sulphur Christian Church. The Rev. Richard Mardis, pastor of Church of Christ, officiated.
    The bride was given in marriage by her parents and children, Corey Webb and Hannah Embs. She wore a traditional princess gown of winter satin, overlayed in web netting lace with white and gold sequins. Seed pearls covered the entire bodice. The triple skirts were trimmed with five runners of sequins and pearls.

  • Basketball season leaves me odd woman out

    It’s a very awkward time of year for someone who is not a huge college basketball fan.

    Someone like me.

    I am not staying up late watching the games. I am not trolling facebook looking for extra tickets to games. No, I did not watch the game last night. I am not sweating my bracket.

  • Local Buzz, March 25, 2015

    Easter Programs

    Providence Baptist Church, 51 Louden Lane in Campbellsburg, will have a program, The Living Last Supper, Wednesday, April 1 at 7 p.m.  Communion to follow after the service. For more information call 532-6321.

  • Public Record, March 25, 2015

    EPD arrests 

    Charles Barnett, 34, Pleasureville -  arrested March 20 by Officer Wilson, for a Henry County failure to appear warrant

    Justin Blanford, 28, Eminence - arrested March 20 by Officer Wilson, for a Henry County failure to appear warrant

    Kevin Evans, 39, Frankfort - arrested March 14 by Officer Wilson for a Shelby County fail to appear warrant

  • Local politicians work together for agriculture and small business