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Today's News

  • Track Cats compete in Region

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    The Henry County Wildcats competed in the Class AA, region three track meet at North Oldham High School May 10. None of the HCHS athletes qualified for the state meet.
    Trevyn Spencer had the Wildcats’ highest finish of the day with a seventh place in the triple jump. McCoy Walker finished eighth in the shot put and Alex Hutton finished eighth in the 300-meter hurdles.
     On the girls’ side, Janey Thompson was the Lady cats’ top finisher with an 11th place in the 400-meter dash.

  • Warriors drop three games

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    The Eminence Warriors hosted Grant County May 8 on senior day and fell to the Braves 11-0.

    Grant County scored four runs in the top of the first before the Warriors came to bat and had their best chance to score of the night. Jared Golden led off with a single to center field before Cameron Mathis doubled to left field to put runners on second and third with no outs.

  • School briefs: Berry inducted into honor society

    Berry inducted into honor society
    Phi Sigma Theta announced that Kelley Rose Berry, the daughter of Edward and Tish Berry of Eminence, recently became a member of the Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society at the University of Kentucky. Phi Sigma Theta is dedicated to recognizing and rewarding academic achievement in undergraduates at institutions of higher learning.

  • Coomes named DAR good citizen
  • Fifth grade graduates NCES
  • Campbellsburg Students of the Month

    Campbellsburg Elementary School’s April students of the month include: Front, from left:  Lily Jane Powell, Jerra Sharp, Leigha Calhoun, Brig Moore, Luke Baxter; Second: Kayson McAllister, Ava Byers, Chloe Calhoun, Peyton Chilton, Taylor Lawrey; Third: Riley Moore, Ray Matthews, Spencer Smith, Toby Hamilton, Brody Staples, Conner Phillips; Back: Grace Pearson, Kaitlyn Linville, Macey McManis and Kathryn Henson.

  • Eastern honors students

    Eastern Elementary School educators recently recognized the students of the month, including front, from left: Nicole McLennan and Abby Hunt; second row: Emma Oak, Haley McCubbins and Lyla Oak; and back row: Taylor Ford, Leah Brooks and Emma Clark.

  • Eastern Hosts its first art show and show choir event

    Eastern Elementary School held its first-ever art showcase and show choir performance May 9, and educators invited community members to participate in the activities, according to Principal Chelsey Tingle. Some highlights included Faith McCubbins, who won first place in the art show; Izzy Hunt, who posed for a picture with a butterfly she created by sewing; and Trinity Crow looked over the artwork before performing a solo during the show choir performance.

  • Fresh food is at the farmers market

    Are you looking for fresh, local fruits, vegetables and meats? Come to the Henry County Farmers’ Market.
    Local vendors only sell produce and meats raised in Henry County.
    The Henry County Farmers’ Market is open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon on the front lawn of the Henry County Courthouse and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during peak season.
    In addition, most vendors accept senior and WIC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program coupons.
    Do not hesitate and make your way to the Henry County Farmers’ Market!

  • Seasonal produce, like strawberries, already at market

    The Henry County Farmers Market is open again and they had strawberries this past week.
    A perennial farmers market favorite, growers harvest Kentucky strawberries during May and June. They are a very refreshing snack and they are full of vitamins.
    Just one cup provides a great source of vitamin C, which according to the American Cancer Society, could help lower your risk of cancer and gastrointestinal tract problems.