Today's News

  • Use these tips protect your baby from SIDS

    Welcoming a new baby is an exciting and joyful time for families.  
    This new change also comes with stress and anxiety as parents want to keep their little one safe and healthy.  
    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (also known as SIDS or crib death) is when a baby 12 months or younger dies during sleep with no clear reason.  
    There is no 100 percent certain way to prevent SIDS, but there are many steps you can take to lower your baby’s risk.  

  • Local Buzz, January 20, 2016

    Church Activities

    First Presbyterian Church will begin a new Bible study Jan. 6 at 6:30 p.m. using the old Andy of Mayberry T.V. show.  It is a lot of fun to watch the old shows and discuss a biblical topic brought out in the episode. For more, contact Terry Johnson at onepres@bellsouth.net or call 502-845-4132.

  • Public Records, January 20, 2016

    Arraignments HC Circuit Court, January 2016

    Ricky Lee Penick – pleaded not guilty to burglary, first degree; assault, second degree; and assault, fourth degree, domestic violence, minor injury

    Steven T. Cook – pleaded not guilty to trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense (methamphetamine)

  • Legislators consider bill to allow felony expungements

    An effort to help potentially tens of thousands of Kentuckians truly put their past behind them cleared a key legislative milestone on Friday when the Kentucky House voted to broaden eligibility for criminal expungement.

    Similar measures have passed the chamber numerous times, but there is hope that this year’s legislation will be successful, given the increased bipartisan support it has received.

  • Bills would impact school budgets, distilleries and more

    Floor votes, committee hearings and spirited debate highlighted an action-packed second week of session in the Kentucky Senate. We welcomed guests from all across the Commonwealth to speak on behalf of bills.

    Last Thursday we were visited by hundreds of young and energetic faces celebrating Children’s Advocacy Day, sponsored by Kentucky Youth Advocates. The group hosted a rally in the Capitol Rotunda where several Senate majority members were recognized for their efforts in standing up for Kentucky’s children.

  • Ole Man Winter finally makes an appearance

    Allow me to gloat a little.

    All through December, with its mild temperatures and lack of wintry precipitation, I told people that we’d pay come January.

    Although we thoroughly enjoyed one of the warmest Decembers in modern history, I was sure we would eventually be hit — and hit hard — by Ole Man Winter.

  • Rebounding key to Wildcats' win vs. BC


    The Henry County Wildcats hosted the Bullitt Central Cougars Thursday night and came away with a 64-58 win.

    The Wildcats started slow and found themselves down 9-4 early as Bullitt Central started the game with 3-pointer and a dunk on a lob pass to point guard Chase Craddock.

  • EHS girls win 2 of 4 in busy week


    The Eminence Warriors girls basketball team started a busy week with the All A Classic against Carroll County Jan. 11 at Owen County.

    The Warriors came out against the Lady Panthers with a strong start and trailed by just one point after the first period, 9-8.

    “It was the most focused I have ever seen the girls before a game other than Henry County,” Coach Zach Adair said. “It was all business and we had a good warm up. They really wanted to go out and compete.”

  • Lady Cats sink Seneca


    It wasn’t pretty but the Henry County Lady Cats pulled out a 10-point victory against the Seneca Red Hawks in Louisville Thursday night.

    The Lady Cats led at every break of the game but sometimes saw their lead shrink to one or two baskets throughout the game.

  • Demons down Warriors in All A


    A poor shooting night and some untimely missed free throws led to a victory for the Williamstown Demons over the Eminence Warriors in the first round of the 8th Region All A Classic Jan. 12 at Carroll County.

    The Warriors started the game by missing some close range shots and saw Williamstown jump out to an early 9-3 lead. But the Warriors continued to play hard and went on a 10-3 run to close out the period and lead 13-12.