Today's News

  • Lady Cats rout KCD, 54-23


    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted the Kentucky Country Day Bearcats Nov. 29 in their season opener and broke open a close game in the first quarter in route to a 54-23 win.

    Katherine Buckler got the Lady Cats started with a 16-foot jump shot to open the game. Savannah Medley then stole the ball and scored on a layup to make it 5-0 just 27 seconds into the game. But KCD came back with six straight points to take the lead.

    After Ella White scored on a put back, the Bearcats regained the lead with a dirve to the basket.

  • EHS defeats Trimble, 55-44


    The Eminence Warriors got their first victory of the season Saturday against the host Trimble County Lady Raiders after trailing at halftime.

    The Warriors led 10-4 at the end of the first period but could have had a bigger lead, according to EHS Coach Jerry Skeeter.

    “We played well in the first period but we missed a lot of easy shots,” Skeeter said.

  • Warriors drop three in opening week


    The Eminence Warriors opened the season with a home game against the Gallatin County Wildcats Nov. 27 and lost 74-47.

    The Warriors were without their leading returning scorer, Josh Dotson, for the game. Dotson is nursing a back injury.

    Gallatin County took advantage of the shorthanded Warriors and jumped out to a 19-0 lead. The Wildcats had four steals that they converted into layups and hit three 3-pointers in the opening onslaught.

  • Local Buzz for Dec. 6, 2017

     Church Activities

  • Public record for Dec. 6, 2017

     KSP arrests

  • Frost seeding can replenish pastures for spring

    Have your pastures and hay fields started to look a little thin? If so, now is the time to potentially remedy that problem. 

    Grasses and legumes start to thin throughout the years and cause decreases in forage production. A technique called “frost seeding” is a great way to increase your pasture or hay field production without completely renovating your pastures and hay fields. 

  • Protecting your identity during the holidays

     The holiday season is in full swing! It’s one of the busiest times of year, as we are often juggling office and school holiday parties, gift purchasing and family celebrations. 

  • The job of the courts isn’t cutting out competition

    Having read Pilot’s lawsuit filed against Thorntons and having been present during the rezoning process, it seems to me like the attorneys for Pilot have drafted a legal euphemism that actually means, “We don’t want any more competition.”

    They can’t openly come out and say that, of course, because it’s not the job of the courts to limit the number of businesses that can operate in an area.

  • Port Royal artist illustrates the true meaning of Christmas

    By Kristen Lowry


     A Port Royal native has illustrated a new children’s Christmas book explaining the real meaning of Christmas. 

  • Children share breakfast with santa Dec. 2


    Children from across the county were invited to attend Breakfast with Santa this past Saturday at the Henry County Middle School. At the annual event sponsored by the Henry County Public Schools Family Resource and Youth Services Center, families enjoyed a pancake breakfast, door prizes, caricature drawings and visits with Santa.