Today's News

  • EHS girls fall to Gallatin, Lloyd


    The Eminence Warriors girls basketball team is still searching for their first win of the season but the team is showing marked improvement after games against district rival Gallatin county and NCKC rival Lloyd Memorial last week.

    The Warriors hosted Gallatin County Dec. 5 and led after the first period by a score of 9-6.

    Emilie Ethington got things started with a drive to the basket with 7:22 left to make it 2-0. After Gallatin tied the score, Tavi West hit a 3-pointer to make it 5-2.

  • Lady Cats get first win against Southern


    The Henry County Lady Cats got their first victory of the season Saturday in the Lady Cat Classic against Southern High School as they defeated the Lady Trojans 59-48.

    Henry County got off to a slow start as Southern led 6-3 after two straight steals that were converted into layups.

    But Katherine Buckler’s 3-pointer with 2:54 left in the first period tied the score at eight.

  • Nelson anniversary

    Ray and Martha Nelson of Campbellsburg will celebrate their 50-year wedding anniversary on Dec. 14, 2016.

  • Library Throws a big winter blowout

    The Henry County Public Library hosted a Big Winter Blowout Saturday with crafts, story time, gingerbread house-making, a live animal show and even a visit from Santa Claus.

  • Henry County library Bookmobile modifies schedule for winter

    The Henry County Public Library Bookmobile recently revised its schedule for winter.
    The bookmobiles evening and weekend hours now include:
    • First and third Tuesdays – 5 to 6 p.m. at Eminence Village
    • First and third Thursdays – 4 to 4:55 p.m. at Lake View Apartments
    • First and third Thursdays – 5 to 6 p.m. at Campbellsburg Community Center
    • Second and fourth Tuesdays — 5 to 6 p.m. at Windy Hills Apartments
    • Second and fourth Thursdays – 5 to 6 p.m. at Osage Estates

  • New Castle Elementary conservation poster winners
  • English class plots a new story for Henry County

    While Henry County might seem like a place where nothing much happens, research by Henry County Middle School eighth grade English students unearthed enough stories to write a book on it.
    Inspired by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s praised TED talk, “The danger of a single story,” Henry County Middle School English teacher Jessica Crenshaw challenged her students to look beyond the negative perceptions about the place where they live and find out more.

  • Finding Christ in Christmas

    Christmas is just around the corner. Families and friends are planning for that perfect celebration as is so often portrayed in advertisements and in those beautiful cards we send and receive.
    There are Christmases that turn out that way. In our memory banks, we all have one or more of those perfect Christmases when it all came together.
    The problem is that Christmases are not always all we hope for them to be.
    There are those Christmases that fail to live up to our hopes.
    Someone who could have been present chose not to be.

  • Putting the frost to work

    Have your pastures and hay fields started to look a little thin? If so, now is the time to potentially remedy that problem. Grasses and legumes start to thin throughout the years, which causes decrease in forage production. A technique called “frost seeding” is a great way to increase your pasture or hay field production without completely renovating your pastures and hay fields.

  • Progress report on Roof repairs at the washington lodge