Today's News

  • Public Records, January 4, 2017

    KSP arrests

    Joseph Wilhoite, 39, no address given — arrested Dec. 26 at Castle Highway by Trooper Sullivan for DUI, first

    Glenn Sharp, 59, Pleasureville — arrested Dec. 30 at Franklinton Road by Trooper Whalen for trafficking in marijuana and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon

  • Wildcats defeat Frankfort in overtime


    The Henry County Wildcats opened play in the Henry County Invitational Tournament with a thrilling two-point overtime win against the Frankfort Panthers Dec. 27.

    The Wildcats opened the game hot and led 18-5 after a Zach Hinkel put back with 1:55 left in the first period. But Frankfort closed the period on an 11-5 run to cut the Wildcats’ lead to seven at 23-15 entering the second period.

  • Owen slips by Warriors, 62-60


    The Eminence Warriors hosted the Owen County Rebels Dec. 28 in an important district seeding game and came away on the short end of a hard-fought game.

    The Warriors were dominant in the early going as Owen County found it hard to find an open shot. Eminence took a 10-5 lead on Kemryn Jenkins’ 3-pointer with 3:56 left. After a put back by Owen County, Jenkins scored on an old-fashioned three-point play to make it 13-7.

  • EHS girls beat Brown, 37-31


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Frankfort last week to compete in the Christmas at the Capital tournament.

    They faced the host Frankfort Lady Panthers in the first game and fell behind early. Frankfort led 9-4 at the end of the first quarter and 23-14 at the half.

    “We got off to a slow start,” EHS Coach Zach Adair said. “We had 17 turnovers in the first half.”

  • Lady Cats win vs. Woodward


    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to Northern Kentucky last week to take part in Bellevue High School’s Stephanie Wilson Holiday Tournament and came away with a win over Woodward High School and losses to Lloyd Memorial and Dayton.

    Dayton 49 HCHS 33

    The Lady Cats could not find their shooting eye in the first half of their game with the Lady Devils. They managed just four points in each of the first two quarters as Dayton ran out to a 30-8 halftime lead.

  • Fighting for the three seed

    As we start the New Year the girls’ 31st district seeding picture is coming into focus... sort of.

    Gallatin County and Owen County both sit at 3-0. They have to play each other twice before we can determine who will be the top seed and who will be the second seed. It would take a collapse by one of these teams or a great second half of the season for one of the other three teams to keep these teams from that.

  • Make a New Year’s resolution to save more money

    Many people start the New Year with a financial resolution: to reduce debt, save money, spend money more wisely, increase their retirement savings or something similar.
    But despite good intentions, New Year’s resolutions often get abandoned. To stay on track, consider the following tips, which are designed to help you achieve your financial goals.
    Write down the goals and post them in a visible place to serve as a daily reminder. The fridge, bedroom mirror or your computer are good places to keep your goals in sight.

  • Don’t get too carried away while waiting for spring planting season

    With this cold weather, it is hard to believe that spring will be here in a few months, and now is a good time to start thinking about what to put in your gardens.
    This means that vegetable catalogs are coming in your mail. They have every vegetable you can think of, and you are thinking about all of the great vegetables to plant.
    You might also think that you need two of these, two of those, 10 of those, and so on.

  • Twin Brothers named Roads Scholars
  • Country Express serves a holiday meal to the community