Today's News

  • Eminence High School Honors Night

    Awards and Honors

  • Yount awarded scholarship

    Justin Yount of Eminence recently received a $1,000 United Producers Inc. Scholarship, according to a news release. 

     Yount, a senior at Henry County High School, is the son of John and Lynette Yount. After graduation, Yount plans to attend the University of Kentucky to study Animal Science.

  • Track Cats send four athletes to state


    Cameron Johnson, Patrick Cravens, Connor Finley and Morgan Miller are all making their second trip to the state track meet after qualifying in the Class AA, Region Three meet held at North Oldham May 12.

    The three boys all made it to the state meet last year and Miller, a senior, made it in the pole vault her sophomore year.

  • EHS softball gets first win vs. Waggener


    The young Eminence Warriors’ softball team hosted Waggener on May 12 and came away with their first win of the season by a score of 11-1.

    Waggener scored their only run of the game in the first inning before the Warriors came back to score two in their half of the inning.

    Emilie Ethington and Lyndsay Craigmyle came home on a double by Serena Dockter to get the Warriors off to good start.

    The Warriors scored two more in the second as Dockter and her sister Madison crossed the plate.

  • Wildcats down Generals, Demons


    The Wildcats finished the regular season facing a busy schedule. They hosted Shelby County May 11 in a game that was cut short by rain with the Wildcats trailing 5-2 in the fourth inning. May 13 the Wildcats hosted Thomas Nelson on Senior Night and got a big win for their only departing player, Isaac Kent. The Wildcats again played at home Thursday night, dropping a close one to Oldham County before finishing off the regular season with a road victory against Williamstown. Their game on Saturday at Valley was cancelled because of rain.

  • Lady Cats drop four in final week


    The Henry County Lady Cats had a busy week to finish out the regular season. They started the week at home against Trimble County with a game that was called in the fourth inning due to rain. They traveled to Louisville on May 12 and fell to Eastern 6-4, then lost heartbreakers to Shelby County and North Oldham on Thursday and Friday before traveling to Louisville and falling to Manual 8-2.

    HCHS 10 Trimble Co. 1 (3.5 innings) 

  • Senior-less Warriors drop three


    The Eminence Warriors went into the last week of the season with a daunting task. They had four games scheduled, but would face three of their opponents on the road without their seniors who were away on the senior field trip to Gatlinburg.

    The one game the Warriors had at home with their full complement of players was against Williamstown May 11. The game was called off due to inclement weather.

    That left the Warriors to face Trimble and Gallatin counties and Burgin without the services of their three leaders.

  • Bluegrass Drug Center receives Health Mart award

    Health Mart, a national network of more than 3,200 independently owned pharmacies, recently announced that Erik and Jennifer Grove and Tom Beringer of Bluegrass Drug Center, Campbellsburg, have been honored with a Health Mart Community Healthcare Excellence Award for consistently providing care and services that add measurable value to patient health care and community wellness, according to a news release.

  • Summer events will soon heat up Henry County

    Events really begin to take place in Henry County this time of year.  
    Coming up are Relay for Life on June 19; County Fair June 29 to July 4; Smith-Berry Concert/dinner series beginning soon; and the Kentucky Renaissance Fair begins its six-weekend run on May 30, which continues through July 5.  

  • Safe canning practices will keep everyone healthy

    Gardens are beginning to bear the fruits of our labor.
    Soon, it will be time to start thinking about preserving some of the excess produce for winter months.
    Safety is of utmost importance for those of us who will be preserving food, because — let’s face it — no one wants to get sick from poorly processed food.
    Bacteria, molds and yeast can grow quickly on fresh foods, and fruits and vegetables contain oxygen and enzymes that can cause food to spoil.