Today's News

  • Berry is Miss Volleyball

    Kelley Berry received All State honors and was selected Miss Volleyball, the highest recognition for a senior, at the recent KCAA State Volleyball Tournament in Wilmore, Kentucky. Cornerstone Christian Academy won their regional tournament and placed 3rd at the state level. Kelley is a senior at CCA and is the daughter of Ed and Tish Berry, Eminence.

  • Sports Briefs-Meet the Wildcats


    The Henry County Wildcat basketball team will host a meet the Wildcats night Nov. 25. Doors will open at 5 p.m.

    At 6 p.m. Coach Enoch Welch will introduce members of the high school boys’ team, the girls’ team and the cheerleaders. Members of the R.O.T.C. who help with the program, the band, the chorus and the middle school teams will also be recognized.

    The team will hold a red-white scrimmage at 7 p.m.

    All fans, friends and family are invited to come out and meet the team as we tip off the 2014-15 season.

  • Playing the game of life at the Reality Store


    This past Thursday over 400 students from Henry County and Eminence Independent schools participated in the Reality Store.  

  • Letters to the editor Nov. 19, 2014


    First Class

    I would like to commend the faculty and students of Henry County High School for again honoring past and present veterans, for anyone who has served their country or is now serving their country.

  • Take politics out of pollution prevention


    After years of refusing to get drawn into arguments about pollution — many others refer to it as “global warming” — there’s been a breakthrough big enough to bring an end to my silence.

  • Recanvass changes no totals sheriff's race


    A post-Election Day recanvass of vote totals in the Henry County sheriff’s race resulted in the exact same ballot distribution as the first count, according to the county clerk’s office.

  • Price gets five years, other cases ongoing


    Having plead guilty to three counts of unlawful transaction with a minor, Robert Eric Price, 45, formerly of Turners Station, was sentenced to five years on each count to run concurrently, for a total of five years in prison.

  • Drug cases fill docket


    Even the judge noticed a difference in last Thursday’s Circuit Court docket.

    “We have 13 arraignments on the docket today,” said Henry County Circuit Court Judge Karen Conrad.

  • Kentucky crafts collected


    If you want to acquire outstanding examples of Kentucky craftsmanship from the time in history when settlement here boomed, you have to refine your eye, and that’s what the authors of the award-winning book, Collecting Kentucky 1790-1860, set out to document.

  • Local Buzz


    Arts & Crafts

    Free adult scrapbooking offered at the Eminence Community Life Center from 10 a.m. to noon, on Thursdays.

    Church Services