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  • Local Election Results

     

  • Local Buzz, November 2, 2016

    Church Activities

    AP Church of the Living God, 124 Smith Lane in Bedford, is holding a three-day revival Friday Nov. 4, and Saturday, Nov. 5, starting at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 6, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The Rev. Jerry Cottrell from Palestine, W.Va. will be the speaker. For more information call Rev. Bobby Wade, (502) 255-7510.

  • Public Records, November 2, 2016

    Grand Jury Indictments, Oct. 2016

    Travis Heightchew, DOB 09/24/1980, Eminence – tampering with physical evidence; and persistent felony offender, first degree

    Richard A. Holcomb, DOB 07/04/1992, Eminence – trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree (heroin)

    Zavian Banta, DOB 07/16/1993, Eminence – trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree (fentanyl)

  • Lady Titans defeat Warriors in Regional

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors volleyball team had a difficult task ahead of them when they traveled to Shelbyville Oct. 25 to take on host Collins High School in the first round of the Eighth Region tournament.

    Collins came into the match with a record of 25-9 and had defeated the Warriors 25-7, 25-11 earlier in the season.

    But the Warriors came out and made a statement early on as they jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first set on kills by Madison Sweeney and Keliegh Byers.

  • Three Lady Cats qualify for state meet

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County High School cross country runners qualified for the state cross country meet to be held at the Kentucky Horse Park this weekend.

    Senior Lilly Golden, junior Sydney Amyx and freshman Leanna Hawkins all had times good enough to qualify as individuals at the Region 3, Class AA meet held at Creasey-Mahan Nature Preserve in Goshen Saturday.

  • Paynter not left behind

    sports@hclocal.com

    When McKinley Paynter goes into a Henry County Youth Football League game, everything stops – literally.

    “When we put McKinley in the game, we have a play called McKinley Right,” New Castle Chiefs Coach Bobby Nation said. “He lines up in the running back position and the quarterback hands him the ball and leads him. He usually stops and waves at the opposing players and then runs down the sideline.”

  • 'Epitome of a Wildcat'

    sports@hclocal.com

    As Henry County said farewell to their senior football players Friday night, one senior who received a lion’s share of the love was not in uniform.

    Devin Annis has been the HCHS football team’s number one fan the last two years because of a connection with the coaches and players.

    “Devin has special needs,” his mother, Duana Annis said. “He is on the autism spectrum although we don’t like to use the ‘A’ word.”

  • Wildcats fall to Spencer County, 37-14

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Wildcats hosted Spencer County Friday night in the final regular season game of the year. Two big plays and one key drive spelled doom for the Wildcats in the first half.

    The Wildcats’ first drive of the game stalled after they had made one first down, and Spencer County took over after a good punt by Trevyn Spencer at their own eight-yard line. On first and 10 the Bears’ Kadin Smith ripped off a 92-yard run to shock the Wildcats and their fans. The extra point made it 7-0 with 8:55 left in the first period.

  • Big second half sends Rebels past Warriors

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Owenton Friday night intent on showing the Owen County Rebels how much they had improved since last season and for one half looked well on their way to an upset of the Class AA school.

    The Warriors took the opening kick and drove down field to score on a 15-yard run by Eli Armstrong. Jared Golden threw to Luke Satterly for the two-point conversion and an 8-0 lead for the Warriors.

  • Eminence officials work with EIS students

    Two Eminence public officials, Mayor Drane Stephens and Police Chief Kevin Kemper, recently met with groups of Eminence Independent high, middle and elementary students to discuss topics relating to the city, according to teacher Rebekah Murphy. Students prepared questions for these two public servants about problems facing the community and also discussed possible solutions to eradicate some of these issues.