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Today's News

  • Wildcats down KCD; fall to Walton, Shelby

    By Greg Woods

    sports@hclocal.com

    A strong defensive performance in the third quarter propelled the Henry County Wildcats to a 12-point victory over the Kentucky Country Day Bearcats in Louisville on Feb. 9.

    The Wildcats held the Bearcats to just two points in the period to take command of what had been a close game through the first two periods.

    The Wildcats led 13-11 after the opening period and increased the lead to seven points late in the second period.

  • EHS girls fall to Brown

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors girls’ basketball team took on the Brown Bears in Louisville on Feb. 9 and fell despite leading for most of the game.

    The Warriors led after one period, 6-4. Kenya Vargas and Destany Crawford each scored three points in the period.

    The Warriors’ defense was even stingier in the second period and they outscored the Bears 6-2 to lead 12-6 at halftime. Crawford, Madison Dockter and Lyndsay Craigmyle scored the Warriors’ baskets in the second period.

  • Lady Cats win over Spencer, Whitefield

    By Greg Woods

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to Louisville Feb. 10 to take on the Whitefield Academy Lady Wildcats and came away with a 53-43 victory that was keyed by stingy third quarter defense.

    The Lady Cats opened well with senior center Megan Payton and junior forward Sarah Foree leading them to an 18-13 lead after the first quarter. Payton had seven points in the period and Foree had four.

  • Spotlight shines on Hartford’s good works

    When Eminence Elementary Principal Mike Doran asked the 800 students to stand if they’ve been affected by the work of Debbie Hartford, almost every youth gathered in the gym Thursday for a special assembly rose to their feet.
    Most people probably know that Hartford gets involved as the director of Family Resources and Youth Services, Doran said. Maybe they can think of eight or nine ways she works to improve Eminence, but Doran could think of more than 21 tasks that Hartford takes on.

  • Grant gets more jail time

    Brandon Grant came to court Thursday expecting to be sentenced and released, but instead will have to serve an additional 40 days.
    Grant, who pleaded guilty to two counts of torture of a dog or cat with serious physical injury or death in December, had been released from jail pending his sentencing hearing. When he missed a required visit with his probation officer on Dec. 23, a bench warrant was issued for his arrest. He was taken into custody and had been in jail since Jan. 23 when he appeared in front of Henry County Circuit Court Judge Karen Conrad last week.

  • Celebrating UK's 150-year anniversary
  • Eastern students of the month

    Eastern Elementary School students of the month for January include: (back, from left) Rhyauna Spears, Gracie Broughton, Destiny Nelson, Ty Lyons, Dominic Escobar  and Steve Lopez; (front row) Makenzie Murphy, Landon Smither, Nicholas Bryan, Kayli Hedges and Gracie Walls.

  • Spring events will be here before you know it

    Spring Events and Activities:

  • Bedford man arrested in drug bust

    On Feb. 13, Kentucky State Police Post 5 received an anonymous tip in reference to possible drug activity at 76 Kenlee Drive, according to a news release from KSP.  Upon arrival, troopers made contact with the homeowner, James Singleton, 53. During the subsequent search of the residence, $15,275 in cash, approximately 2.5 pounds of marijuana, 528 pseudoephedrine tablets, items used in the cultivation of marijuana, illegal drug paraphernalia and other narcotics were located.  

  • Police conduct regional drug roundup

    Troopers with the Kentucky State Police and Kentucky State Police Canine Division with assistance of law enforcements officers from six local and federal agencies conducted a drug round up Feb. 11 with 27 arrests in the Post 5 District, according to a KSP news release.
    Officers from the Trimble County Sheriff’s Department, Henry County Sheriff’s Office, Owen County Sheriff’s Office, Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office, Carrollton Police Department and the U.S. Marshal Fugitive Task Force participated.