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Today's News

  • Warriors win on put back

    The Eminence Warriors boys’ basketball team led just twice in their home contest against Henry County last week, but as the saying goes, they led when it counts most.

    Cornelius Sanford’s put-back of a Demarcus Bailey miss with 3.7 seconds left gave the Warriors a thrilling come-from-behind win over their cross-county rivals.

    The score was tied at 52.

    Four of the game’s taller players fouled out: Henry County’s Derek Jeffries and Austin Young; and Eminence’s Brandon Mitchell and Daishon Moore.

  • Comeback falls short v. Trimble

    Three days after they came from behind to defeat their in-county rivals, the Eminence Warriors almost pulled off another come-from-behind victory, this time against Trimble County.

    But the Warriors were one 3-point bomb shy of completing the comeback, and the Raiders came out with a 67-64 win.

    Eminence built a nice lead with a 13-2 run to open the game only to see it fall as Trimble fought their way back into it.  Eventually the Raiders would lead by 10 points, at 32-22, and lead by 8 at the half.

  • Lady Cats down Shawe

    Following their win over Eminence, the Henry County Lady Cats took on regional powerhouse Gallatin County, and fell 57-18.

    But Saturday night, the Lady Cats took advantage of their home court in a 45-22 win over Shawe High School.

    Cheyenne Clark led the Lady Cats with 20 points, while Colleen Coomes dominated the glass with 15 rebounds.

  • EHS student-athlete of the week-GraceAnne Dowden

    GraceAnne is a senior on the Warriors’ basketball team.
    What are your hobbies?
    Hang out with my friends and family. I like to see movies.

    What about non-school activities?
    I work at Dairy Queen and help at church on Wednesday night and with the children’s choir at Eminence Baptist Church.

    How about school clubs?
    Beta, Voice Team, Pep Club.

    What’s your favorite school subject?
    English.

    What’s your favorite music style/artist?
    I like all kinds.

  • HCHS student-athlete of the week-Austin Young

    Austin is a junior on the Wildcats’ basketball team.

    What are your hobbies?
    Play basketball and hang out with friends.

    How about school clubs?
    FBLA and FCA.

    What’s your favorite school subject?
    Chemistry.

    What’s your favorite music style/artist?
    Hip Hop/Jay Z.

    What’s your favorite sports teams/athletes?
    North Carolina and the Oklahoma City Thunder/Kevin Durant

    What’s your favorite thing about playing sports?

  • Cats dominate Shawe; fall to Gallatin

    Henry County 63 Shawe 50

    The Wildcats started slow on Saturday night against visiting Shawe High School of Madison, but turned the game around in the second quarter and then pulled away in the fourth quarter to get a 13-point victory.

    Brad West got hot from 3-point range, with 5 long-range bombs, and led the Cats with 18 points. Dakota Estes hit one 3-pointer as the Cats had a season high six 3-pointers in the game.

  • 4 Henry Countians competing for UK shotgun team

    Four young men from Henry County are competing at the collegiate level in a sport that doesn’t get much sports page coverage — shotgun. Jacob Yount, Connor Toole, Jordan Campbell and Garrett Black all are competing on the University of Kentucky shotgun team in their freshman year in Lexington.

    All four competed for several years on the highly successful Henry County 4-H youth shooting teams and now they have taken the skills they learned as boys to the next level.

  • The economic outlook for agriculture is bright

    Last week, I had the chance to attend the Commodity Day of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Annual meeting in Louisville.  State and national experts discuss new findings and directions for a variety of farm enterprises through short conferences through the day.  I was able to attend the tobacco conference, the economic outlook conference and the forage conference.  Other well attended offerings were:  dairy, equine, feed grains, beef, horticulture, forestry and natural resources. 

  • Wrap up stress and relax this holiday season

  • 4-H livestock judging opportunities abound

    4-H livestock judging is a great way for young people to learn more about the animals they love and learn valuable life skills, such as decision making and critical thinking, in the process.

    One of the great things about livestock judging is you only need to have an interest in livestock to participate. Owning livestock or coming from an agricultural background are not participation requirements.