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Today's News

  • Hadden wins NCKC in playoff

    sports@hclocal.com

    After waiting for more than 30 minutes for all the other golfers in the NCKC tournament to finish, Alex Hadden stepped to the tee box on the first hole at Sugar Bay Golf Course in Warsaw on Sept. 23 for the most important tee shot of his young life. Hadden had tied with Justin Trusty of Owen County for the lead after 18 holes and was now in a sudden death playoff for the NCKC individual title.

  • Upcoming election too important to miss

     In just about a month, voters in Kentucky will take center stage in America. 

    The entire country is watching the McConnell-Grimes senatorial race, and I hope we don’t embarrass ourselves. 

    Sadly, voter turnout is notoriously low in parts of Kentucky, Henry County being no exception. If one-third of all registered voters actually make it to the polls, it is considered a strong turnout. I think we can do better than that.

  • Public Record for the week of Oct. 1

     EPD arrest

     

    Betty M. Hibbard, DOB 2/13/1974, Bethlehem — arrested Sept. 24 at Elm Street by Officer Kemper while serving a warrant for another police agency

    KSP Arrests

     

  • Henry County Elementary Cross Country Race Results

    Henry County Elementary cross country race

    The Henry County elementary schools held their first race of the season at the Henry County Recreation and services Park on Thursday with New Castle coming out the big winner on the day.

    The New Castle girls won the team battle with a score of 27 points. Eastern was second with 44 points and Campbellsburg was third with 66 points.

  • Wildcats lose wild one 34-33

    sports@hclocal.com

    When the horn sounded on Friday night’s football matchup between the Henry County Wildcats and the Holy Cross Cougars the Wildcats walked off the field disconsolately with their first lost of the season. The wildcats made a furious comeback in the second half only to see the Cougars pull out the victory in the end.

  • Wildcats win two in district

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Wildcats’ soccer team had a busy week with two important district games and a road trip to Grant County. The Cats won their district match-ups with Gallatin and Owen but fell 1-0 to Grant.

    HCHS 3 Owen Co. 0

    Coach Bobby Jameson was pleased that his team controlled possession of the ball against Owen County.

  • Warriors lose to Manchester, 52-42

    sports@hclocal.com

    The first period proved to be decisive in the Eminence Warriors’ 52-42 loss to the Manchester Greyhounds in the Warriors’ home opener Friday night.

    Turnovers and big plays by the Greyhounds put Eminence in a 20-0 hole at the end of the opening period.

  • Lady Cats go to 2-1 in district

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Lady Cats improved to 2-1 in district play last week with a 3-2 road win over Owen County on Sept. 8 and 5-0 rout of Gallatin County on Sept. 10.

    The Lady Cats now own a 4-3 record overall.

    HCHS 3 Owen Co. 2

    The Lady Cats started their game with the Lady Rebels in typical fashion, according to Coach Shelby Pfeiffer.

  • Warriors defeat Gallatin; Fall to Walton in All A

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warrior volleyball team traveled to Gallatin County on Sept. 9 and came away with their first district win of the season, 25-21, 25-11, 27-25.

    “We just put together a really good match,” Coach Morgan Bullock said. “We eliminated errors and executed the way we’ve talked about playing all season.

    “Gallatin struggled at times and opened the door for us and we took advantage of it. I felt like everyone played well in this match.”

    Owen Co. 3 EHS 2

  • Lady Cats down Gallatin for third win

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Lady Cat volleyball team ended a busy week on a positive note Thursday night after two tough losses when they traveled to Warsaw and defeated the Gallatin County Lady Wildcats 3-1.

    The Lady Cats got off to a good start by winning game one 25-15.

    “We played really well in the first game,” Coach Katie Ruff said. “Megan Payton killed everything close to the net.”

    Gallatin County came back to take the second game 20-25.