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Today's News

  • Aly Stanley to play softball for Spaulding

    sports@hclocal.com

    Aly Stanley will play softball at Spaulding University next year.

    That announcement was made at a special signing ceremony held in the Henry County High School library Friday afternoon.

    Stanley, who has pitched, played shortstop and outfield for the Lady Cats, signed with Spaulding while family, friends and teammates looked on.

  • History of the Washington Lodge recognized
  • Trevor Payton selected as a Coca-Cola Scholarship Foundation winner

    A fitness project founded by an Eminence student four years ago led him to swear off high-calorie drinks. It also contributed to his receiving $20,000 from the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation.
    Each year, the foundation provides $3 million worth of awards to 150 students out of the more than 100,000 who apply, according to information from its website at http://coca-colascholars.org/.

  • Fundraising for path underway

    Taking action to improve the community, Leadership Henry County Class of 2014 has launched a project to make the pond at the new park more accessible to the public.
    Among the beneficiaries of the 140-foot-long and 4-foot-wide path that ends in a 12-by-15 foot landing at the pond will be the residents of Cedar Lake Park Place.

  • Shooting leads to theft cases, arrests

    After an accidental shooting in a vehicle injured an Eminence man Feb. 26, the resulting investigation led to charges against two others in burglaries and thefts both here and in Covington in Northern Kentucky, according to an Eminence police report.
    Police got involved after a report that a gun went off in a vehicle in which Tylor Roby, 19, of Eminence was a passenger, according to information from Major O.C. Jones of Eminence Police Department.
    Eminence police responded to 4717 Jackson Road, because the victim had been transported there.

  • wins with piggy bank design

    Wins with piggy bank design

  • Ag Tag makes a difference for Henry County 4-H

    Kentucky 4-H is one of the most important and influential youth programs in our state and our county.
    Across Kentucky over 256,000 youth ages 9 to 19 learn about leadership, citizenship and life skills in “learn-by-doing” experiences such as communications and public speaking, through agriculture projects like livestock judging, science projects with robotics, 4-H camp, Teen Conference and many other 4-H programs and activities.

  • Biggest Loser weight loss program begins soon

    On March 16, the North Central District Health Department, University of Kentucky Henry County Extension Office and the Henry County KIPDA Rural Diabetes Coalition are joining together to offer the Henry County Biggest Loser Challenge.  
    The program will run until May 11.   
    The participants will be given basic nutrition education provided by a registered and licensed dietitian, information about exercise, motivation to make healthier lifestyle choices and much more.

  • School briefs for March 4

    Order the Henry County High School yearbook now
    Henry County High School yearbooks are on sale now, according to staff. This year’s yearbook theme is “Red, White and You!” The cost is $65. The yearbooks are on sale through the end of March. Including all spring sports, prom and graduation, the yearbooks are expected to come out in September.
    University of Louisville announces fall grads from Henry County
    These Henry County residents recently graduated from the University of Louisville after the fall 2014 semester.

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