Today's News

  • HC soccer falls to Chargers


    The Henry County Wildcats soccer team hosted the Jeffersontown Chargers Thursday night in their final regular season game and nearly came up with their second win of the season only to see the Chargers come back to claim victory.

    The game opened with Henry County and the Chargers possessing the ball evenly for the first ten minutes but neither team could create many chances.

  • Warriors fall to Panthers, 48-0


    The Eminence Warriors football team hosted the Frankfort Panthers Friday night and stayed close through the first half before an offensive onslaught by the Panthers in the third quarter put the game out of reach.

    After Frankfort opened with a long run on the first play from scrimmage, Luke Satterly intercepted a pass near the end zone to give the Warriors possession at their own three-yard line.

  • EHS volleyball falls to Williamstown, 3-2


    The Eminence Warriors volleyball team traveled to Williamstown Oct. 5 to play the Lady Demons in their third match of the season. In the first match on Aug. 20, the Lady Demons defeated the Warriors handily three sets to none. In their rematch during the All A Classic regional tournament, the Warriors won two sets to none.

    The final meeting went to the Lady Demons three sets to two after the Warriors came back from a first set loss to lead 2-1.

  • EHS, HCHS CC run at Collins


    The Henry County Wildcats and Eminence Warriors cross country teams traveled to Collins High School Saturday to compete in the Titans Classic Invitational meet.

    Henry County got personal bests from eighth-grader Keegan Kurtz (21:05) in the boys race and freshman Grace Golden (23:39) in the girls race. Janey Thompson led the girls team with a time of 23:37.

    The girls team finished fifth out of seven teams and the boys did not have a full team.

  • News briefs for Oct. 14, 2015

    Lots of roadwork  happening this week
    Henry County motorists need to know there’s a lot of roadwork on the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s schedule this week, according to a news release.
    The many projects include:
    • KY 55:  Lane closures and delays possible at mile point 1.8 (0.3 miles north of Lou Avenue) due to installation of a high friction surface course.  
    • KY 157 (Sulphur Road) — Lane closures and delays possible between Scobie Lane and KY 146 (mile points 7.2 to 9.7) due to roadway resurfacing.

  • Hunting Season

    Landen Shay Bullock went out during deer season and got an eight-point buck on Oct. 11.

  • KSP Promotes Rice

    Kentucky State Police Capt. Howard R. Rice, a Bethlehem resident (center), received his promotion certificate from Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet Secretary J. Michael Brown (left) and KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer (right) at a ceremony in Lexington on Sept. 30. An 18-year veteran of the agency, Rice is commander of the KSP Driver Testing Branch. He is a graduate of Henry County High School and Kentucky State University. He is the son of Julie Rice of Eminence and Ronald Rice
    of Louisville.

  • Gina Lyle attends circuit court clerk college

    Henry County Circuit Court Clerk Gina Lyle recently participated in the 2015 Circuit Court Clerks Fall College in Louisville, according to a news release.
    The Administrative Office of the Courts provided the education program Aug. 31 through Sept. 3 for the state’s circuit court clerks.
    The circuit court clerks attended sessions on topics including juvenile justice reform, a new domestic violence law for dating partners and court technology.

  • Moffett appointed to Henry County Fiscal Court

    Democrat Tony Moffett will serve as the District 4 magistrate, filling the vacancy on the Henry County Fiscal Court.
    Gov. Steve Beshear appointed Moffett to the position Oct. 2, out of three possible candidates for the job.
    The well-known businessman takes the position of magistrate after his predecessor, Nick Hawkins, resigned to pursue a career opportunity in Georgia.

  • Kentuckiana Works provides training for GE jobs

    General Electric has openings paying $15.50 per hour for 75 new employees with certified production technician training for its recently announced air conditioner production line, according to Kentuckiana Works officials. Henry County residents can get that CPT training in classes beginning soon in Shelby County.
    Kentuckiana Works spends more than $12 million on workforce development annually, with most of that funding coming from the federal government, Executive Director Michael Gritton said.