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Today's News

  • Sports Briefs-Cheerleaders named to All-State Team

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    Cornerstone Christian Church cheerleaders Kelley Berry, left, and Callie Rose were named to the Kentucky Christian Athletic Association All-State Team after the state competition. Berry is the daughter of Ed and Tish Berry, and Callie is the daughter of Ginger Gault and Chris Rose.

  • Mustangs win Tourney

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  • Memorial service honors our place in history

    One might argue that Henry County’s role in the Civil War was relatively minor. It is recorded that, in 1862, Union soldiers under Col. Reuben Buckley of New Castle took over the “fairgrounds…just across from the [Eminence] cemetery” and camped there for three years.

  • Remember our veterans’ commitment to duty

    For nearly 150 years now, our nation has set aside a day to remember those who paid the ultimate price to protect our freedom.

    It is perhaps fitting that Memorial Day, which traces its roots to the Civil War, was itself the source of conflict for so many years.  It is believed to have begun in the South, when Confederate widows decorated not only the graves of their loved ones but also those of Union soldiers, knowing their families were grieving as well.

  • Swimmer’s ear a common, but treatable, problem

    Memorial Day is right around the corner.  This means it is time for one of my favorite activities - Swimming!  Kids and adults alike will soon be soaking up some sun as they splash in pools, lakes, and sprinklers.  It’s all fun and games until the next day when someone wakes up complaining of a terrible earache.  Swimmer’s ear is definitely a dreaded pain of summer.

  • Yard sale season: eliminate unused items

    Late spring and early summer are popular times of year for yard sales. Yard sales can often be a win-win for both the buyer and the seller. As people transition from winter to summer by cleaning out closets and spring cleaning they often notice the amount of stuff that has accumulated in their house over the last several months (or years).

  • Phase I Cost Share Program ready to begin

    All Henry County farmers and landowners are reminded that the Phase I Tobacco Money Cost Share Program is about to begin. We’ve just been notified that the Kentucky Agriculture Development Board gave the go-ahead this past Friday, May 17, for the Henry County Cattleman’s Association to serve as program administrator for approximately $243,000 of Henry County Agriculture Development Funds to be offered through the County Agriculture Investment Program.

  • HCHS Awards Night

    HCHS Scholarship Winners
    Seniors at Henry County High School have been awarded more than $1.25 million in scholarship and KEES funding.
     

    Shelby Abrams

    Friends for Michael Scholarship; UK Provost Scholarship

    Sydney Abrams

    Friends for Michael Scholarship; UK Provost Scholarship

    Savannah Allgeier

    UK Flagship Scholarship; Western KY University Red Towel Scholarship; Henry County Farm Bureau

    Stephen Archer

  • HCHS Award Winners

    Agribusiness

    Hayley Spencer, Justin Yount, Ashley Craigmyle, Corbin Jeffries, *Jessie Carothers

    Art

    Anna Croucher, Chloe Kelly, Ashten Rice

    Business

    Shannah Lay, Jason Banta, Nick Kenny, *Alan Logar

    Broadcast Journalism

    Colleen Coomes, Danielle Toy, *Joey Kenny

    Certificates for Work Keys

  • Eminence Middle School Student of the Week Angelina Buidens

    Angelina is in the 8th grade at Eminence Middle School.

     

    What is your favorite subject?

    History. I would consider it easy for me and I like writing too since I use it in other classes. I like ancient history not anything recent.

     

    What do you for fun?

    I cheerlead and play soccer. I like to talk with my friends.

     

    Do you have any pets?

    I have a dog named Sugar.

     

    If you could travel anywhere where would you go?