Today's News

  • Turning up the volume on recycling

    Many people who had been stumped about how to get rid of their large, old television sets took advantage of Eminence Speaker’s community electronics recycling event.
    With the electronics company ramping up its own recycling program, company officials decided to open participation to the community a service by allowing residents to dispose of a wide range of electronic items with the Sept. 15 event.

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  • Family fun at the COLOR RUN

    On Saturday Henry County High School hosted the first Color Run to be held in the county. The event, a fundraiser for the HCHS class of 2018 and Campbellsburg Elementary PTO, led walkers and runners through a course dotted with color stations at which volunteers sprayed powdered color on them. 

  • Minigrants strengthen personalized learning at Henry schools

    Fifteen teachers in Henry County spent last year working on strategies to give each student a voice and a choice in how they learn. As they return to their classrooms, they are armed with new resources to zero in on what works, according to a news release from the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative.

  • USDA Resource Day set at Extension Oct. 22

    Editor's note: The headline on this column previously contained an incorrect date for the USDA Resource Day at the Henry County Extension Service Office. The correct date is Oct. 22.

  • Local Buzz, Oct. 7, 2015

    Arts & Crafts

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

    Church Activities and Services

    Pleasant View Baptist Church will be celebrating their 130-year anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 11, at 3 p.m. with speaker Senior Pastor Charles Young of Spirit Anew Ministries, Louisville, along with his congregation. Lunch will be served at 2 p.m.

  • Public Record, Oct. 7, 2015

    Grand Jury Indictments, Sept. 2015

    Jonathan R. Bates, DOB 01/27/1997, Turners Station – burglary in the second degree; and criminal mischief in the third degree

    Edward D. Jones, DOB 03/13/1996, Turners Station - burglary in the second degree; and criminal mischief in the third degree

    Joseph W. Moore, DOB 06/08/1979, Eminence – flagrant non-support

  • Cats run wild in the rain, 42-0


    In what can only be described as miserable conditions, the Henry County Wildcats kept their record unblemished Friday night with a 42-0 win over the Thomas Nelson Generals.

    With rain pouring down and winds blowing cold air in from the north, the Wildcats still gained huge yards on the ground and got timely completions from Trevyn Spencer to score almost at will against the Generals despite the absence of fullback Bodie Clark and the early exit of fellow running back Cameron Johnson who went down in the first quarter with a shoulder injury.

  • HC boys golf team season ends at region


    The Henry County golf team traveled to Boone Links golf course in Boone County Sept. 28 to take part in the Region Seven golf tournament.

    The Wildcats finished ninth in a field of 18 teams with a combined score of 374.

    Ryle High School finished first with a 307 followed by Covington Catholic with a 323. Those two schools will represent the region in the state golf tournament at Bowling Green.

  • Hensley qualifies for state golf


    Henry County Lady Cat golfers Maddie Hensley, Bayleigh Boyer and Nikki Perkinson endured soggy conditions at Weissinger Hills Golf Course along with all the other golfers in the Region 5 golf tournament on Sept. 29.

    Hensley was able to overcome those conditions and finish third overall with a 79 to be the top individual qualifier for the state golf tournament to be held in Bowling Green this Friday and Saturday.

    Boyer shot 96 to finish tied for 29th and Perkinson shot 102 to finish tied for 35th in the field of 74 golfers.