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Today's News

  • Wanted: New Main Street Cafe operator in Pleasureville

    By Kristen Lowry

    KLowry@hclocal.com

    The rumors are true: Main Street Bakery & Café in Pleasureville will close its doors after Christmas. 

  • Louisville man indicted for luring minors for sex

    The Henry County Grand Jury indicted a 37-year-old Louisville man suspected of making contact with young girls through social media for sex, according to court documents.

  • Wildcats qualify for state

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County cross country team traveled to North Oldham for the Region 3, Class AA cross country meet and came away with one of their most successful days of the season.

    In the girls race eighth-grader Kayla Harger set a personal record on her way to a sixth-place finish. Harger covered the five kilometers in 20:44. Senior Sydney Amyx also qualified for state as an individual by placing 26th in a time of 24:43. 

  • Shelby ends Lady Cats' season

     sports@hcloca.com

    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted Shelby County Oct. 24 in the 8th Region volleyball tournament and after a slow start, gave the Lady Rockets a scare before falling 3-1.

    The Lady Cats showed some nerves in the opening set as they fell behind 14-1 before eventually losing the set 25-6.

    In the second set, the Lady Cats improved but still made too many unforced errors and lost 25-17 after falling behind 19-9.

  • Moore Mustangs edge Wildcats, 13-8

     sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Wildcats hosted Moore High School Friday night in rainy, cold conditions that got worse as the evening wore on.

    The Wildcats showed no signs of being bothered by the poor conditions on their opening drive.

  • Warriors fall to Vikings in season finale

     sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors ended their season on the road with a game at Valley High School Friday night. For much of the night it looked like the Class 4A hosts might get an easy victory in the sloppy, cold conditions but the Warriors mounted a fourth quarter comeback that has been a hallmark of their season.

    The Warriors took the opening kickoff and drove to methodically down field. Cameron Capps ran the ball into the end zone from three yards out to give the Warriors a 6-0 lead early in the first period.

  • Bengals win HC youth football titles

     Submitted

    The Bengals finished the year with three wins for both JV and varsity.

    On Oct. 21 the Bengals JV defeated the Colts 35-0.

    Cody Heath, who had 90 yards rushing and two touchdowns, led the offense. Isaac Abney had 100 yards rushing and one touchdown. Landry Abney, Talton Mullins and River King also scored touchdowns. Landry Abney had two extra point conversions, Mullins had a conversion and King caught a pass for a two-point conversion.

  • Sports Briefs

     EMS splits with Owen County

    The Eminence Middle School Warriors basketball team hosted Owen County Oct. 24 with the seventh grade team winning 39-26 and the eighth grade team losing 42-26.

    Josh Ruzanka and Bladin Malone led the seventh grade team (2-0) with 12 points each.

    Abelardo Reza led the eighth grade team (1-1) with eight points and five rebounds.

  • Local Buzz for Nov. 1, 2017

    Church Activities

    Sulphur Christian Church meets each Wednesday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

  • Public record for Nov. 1, 2017

    October Grand jury