Today's News

  • Lady Cats run past Warriors, 63-40


    The Henry County Lady Cats and Eminence Warriors met for the second time in six days Feb. 2, and while the outcome was similar, the game was very different. In the first game both teams struggled offensively but the Lady Cats prevailed, 46-29.

    In the latest edition of the rivalry both teams improved dramatically on the offensive end as Henry County came out on top 63-40.

  • EHS Girls fall to district foes


    The Eminence Warriors girls basketball team played two district rivals over the weekend.

    On Friday night they traveled to Owen County where they fell to the Lady Rebels, 55-27.

    The Lady Rebels jumped out to a 17-1 lead in the first period and never looked back.

    The Warriors played better in the second period and outscored Owen County 9-8 to trail 25-9 at halftime.

  • Allen named HC track coach


    Phillip Allen has been named the new track and field coach at Henry County High School.

    Allen grew up in Louisville and moved to La Grange where he attended Oldham County High School.

  • Wildcats win fifth straight


    The Henry County Wildcats made it five wins in a row when they traveled to Dry Ridge Feb. 9 to take on the Grant County Braves.

    The Wildcats managed the six-point victory despite playing without leading scorer Gavin Jameson for most of the game because of foul trouble.

    Jameson scored 13 of Henry County’s 20 first period points as the Wildcats jumped out to a 10-point lead. After scoring one more basket early in the second period, Jameson picked up his second foul and sat out the remainder of the first half.

  • Warriors thump Heritage

    By Greg Woods


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Florence Thursday night and put the game against Heritage Academy out of reach in the first four minutes as they went on to an easy 60-17 win.

    The Warriors led 32-0 after the first period and then used the rest of the game to get experience for younger players. The Warriors outscored the Eagles 18-10 in the second period to lead by 40 at halftime. The second half was played with a running clock.

  • Venues still available for livestock sale after fire

    By Levi Berg

  • You can support 4-H and FFA with an ‘Ag Tag’ donation

    By Cathy Toole

  • The ‘little things’ could add up in savings

    We are still close enough to the start of the year that many of us are still hoping to have some positive results on New Year Resolutions.  
    Whether or not you made it your resolution to get your finances in better shape, here are some great ideas to help us cut back on expenses and save more money.
    Take advantage of rebates, discounts and/or wellness incentive programs provided through your employer.

  • Jesus is not our personal genie

    From the back door, Sarah looked into the yard and was pleased with what she saw.
    Jared and his friends seemed to be having a grand time.
    They had chosen up teams and were playing basketball on the court Paul had built for them.
    As she was turning away, she spied Lawrence.
    Oh, she thought, I’m so glad he came. He is such a polite and good boy. She was, however, a bit concerned about the age range of the boys in the backyard.
    Some were really too young to be playing with boys the age of Jared and his buddies.

  • Approving budget is top priority for legislators

    The biggest responsibility the governor and the General Assembly have during legislative sessions in even-numbered years is enacting a budget to run state government.  It sets our priorities in a way no other law can.

    The budget process actually began months ago, when agencies compiled their projected needs while the state’s economists, known as the Consensus Forecasting Group, determined exactly how much the state could appropriate.