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Today's News

  • EHS Student Athlete of the Week-Ethan Adkins

    Ethan is junior on the Warriors’ baseball team.

     

    What are your hobbies?

    Playing video games and I try to build a model car every now and then.

     

    What’s your favorite school subject?

    Computer Tech. App.

     

    What’s your favorite music style/artist?

    I like any type of rock and country. Just whatever I hear on the radio.

     

    What’s your favorite sports teams/athletes?

    Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Browns.

  • HCHS Student Athlete of the Week-Haley Lewis

    Haley is a senior on the Wildcats track team.

    What are your hobbies?

    Shopping and hanging out with friends.

    What about non-school activities?

    I am a member of Pleasureville Baptist Youth Group and I work at Norm’s.

    How about school clubs?

    FBLA, FCA, FOR Club and Pep Club.

    What’s your favorite school subject?

    History.

    What’s your favorite music style/artist?

    I like any just about anything.

    What’s your favorite sports teams/athletes?

  • HCHS Cheerleaders win 1st Place at JamFest

    Submitted

  • KY Storm football gets under way

    Submitted

    The Kentucky Storm semi-professional football team held their first practice recently at Harry Hill Park.

    The team went through combine testing to measure their strength and speed through a variety of exercises.

    Coach Richard Smith was pleased with turnout and the results. “We had guys from Henry, Eminence, Shelby, Oldham, Owen, Carroll, Trinity, Central and Butler,” he said. “I was pleased with the turnout and effort for the first practice.”

  • Sports Brief

    Submitted

     

    The Henry County Middle School track team competed at Western Hills High School on March 27.

    The best girls performers were Sydney Amyx who placed fifth in the 1,600 with a time of 6:42, Sara Finley who placed 7th in the 100 meters with a time of 14.78 and 2nd in the long jump with a leap of 11-10.

  • Warriors fall to Carroll Co.

    The Eminence Warriors baseball team fell to the Carroll County Panthers 29-0 on Thursday night. The Panthers racked up 15 runs in the first inning and went on to score 14 more over the next three innings.

    Coach LeRoy Dunn had no comment on the game.

  • 1st year anniversary celebrated in review

    I just celebrated a year at the Henry County Local last week.

    It’s such a cliché for one to say time has just flown by so I won’t say it. I feel like I have been on a tilt-a-whirl with a rewarding amount of pleasure and occasionally someone has thrown their cotton candy in my face.

    I consider myself equally as fortunate to cover news in a county where I grew up as it is difficult.

  • Curiosity for bugs leads to discovery

    By Candy Clarke

    They’re adorable. We all comment on how pretty they are, but then we promptly forget about them; moving on to life’s next activity. That was me for many years. I never truly stopped to think about the importance of the well-known ladybug. Sure, I knew, like most of us, that the cute little things help protect crops. That was about the extent of it for me. Well, this week, they made their presence known once again. With their sudden appearance, I decided it was time to end my curiosity.

  • America’s pastime in Eminence

    Appropriately in the wake of opening day at professional baseball clubs across the nation, Howard Byers may be among the last generation to remember the Bluegrass League baseball games at the Oddfellows Park in Eminence.

    Byers fondly remembered Sunday afternoons and the ‘Fourth of July’ as child relishing America’s greatest pastime, baseball.

  • Remembering the 1974 tornadoes and their destruction

    Thirty nine years ago today, April 3, 1974, many lives and landscapes in Kentucky changed forever, and as I write this on Monday, April 1, I remember that so much changed in Campbellsburg exactly 39 years ago, too.

    It was irony and coincidence that placed me in touch with both days of disastrous tornadoes.