Today's News

  • Warriors defeat Doss


    The Eminence Warriors got a good pitching performance from Mitchell Metten and much-improved defensive play at Doss Friday.

    Metten pitched a complete-game five hitter, giving up five hits and striking out 11 batters. He walked two and most importantly his teammates committed no errors behind him.

    The Warriors scored two runs in the top of the first and never relinquished the lead. Metten drew a one-out walk and Cameron Mathis followed with a single. Both runners advanced on a balk by the pitcher.

  • Lady Cats beat Valley


    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted the Valley Vikings Friday night and came away with a 13-3 win in five innings after a sluggish start.

    The Lady Cats committed three errors in the top of the first to allow Valley to score two runs with the benefit of no hits.

    “We got off to a slow start,” HCHS Coach Zack Mings said. “But we played better as the game went on.”

  • HCHS track competes in NCKTC meet


    The Henry County track team hosted the North Central Kentucky Track Conference championships Thursday and came away with a third-place finish by the girls and a fourth-place finish by the boys.

    Teagan Fish and Sara Finley led the way for the girls. Fish finished first in the 300-meter hurdles, second in the 100-meter hurdles and third in the high jump to earn 24 points for the Lady Cats. Finley placed first in the triple jump and was part of the 4x100-meter relay team that finished second.

  • EHS routs Western, 26-1


    The Eminence Warriors softball team traveled to Louisville April 25 to take on the Western Warriors and came away with a 26-1 win in three innings.

    EHS scored two runs in the first inning and two more in the second inning before erupting for 22 runs in the third. Western scored their lone run in the second inning.

    Eminence took advantage of 13 walks and four errors by Western while getting nine hits. Several of those hits were for extra bases on Western’s field, which had a deep fence.

  • Sports Briefs

    Adams named to Sporting Clay’s All-Region team

    Eminence resident Todd Adams was recently named to the National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) All-Region team for the North Central Region. Adams was a regular on the NSCA National championship tour last fall and spring

  • Adult ed winner

    Tammy Risky is the latest winner of the Henry County Adult Education incentive program, according to Betty Rankin. A wife and mother of two, Risky plans to share the prize she won with her husband — a round of golf and cart donated by the Henry County Country Club. With only one more test to pass, Risky will earn her GED soon.

  • Locally made movie to be screened this Friday

    “The Hepburn Girls,” a feature film shot in Henry and Shelby counties featuring local talent, will be screened at the Henry County High School Auditorium May 6 at 7 p.m., according to a news release.
    Featuring Ashley Raymer-Brown, Paige Campbell, Duke Thomas Low, Rachael Yeager, Ben Fabish, Brian Douglas Barker, Karen Martion, Timothy Ellis Sr., Hannah Crawford and Mark Smeby, the film tells the story of Katherine Sherard, a loner, who’s surprised when her high-spirited and outgoing 17-year-old half-sister needs a place to stay.

  • Rotary welcomes new members, gives Paul Harris award
  • Foree retires after 45 years with Henry schools

    She dreads the thought of packing up her office, but after 45 years with Henry County Public Schools, Deeanne Foree will be taking away much more than picture frames and paperweights.
    “I’ll really miss the friendships I made here,” Foree said. “I’ll miss them a lot.”
    Foree is the bookkeeper at Henry County High School and has served in that capacity since the mid-80s. She’s held several positions with the district over her 45-year career, which will come to a close at the end of this school year with her retirement.

  • Eminence elementary participates in Jump Rope for heart