Today's News

  • Lyle to serve as treasurer for organ donor program

    Henry County Circuit Court Clerk Gina Lyle will serve as treasurer for the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ Trust For Life, according to a news release.  
    Created by Kentucky’s Circuit Court Clerks in 1992, the Trust For Life is a statewide 501c(3) non-profit organization that informs, educates and encourages Kentuckians to register as organ and tissue donors to save lives.

  • Berry Center bookstore to host art exhibit

    The Bookstore Gallery at The Berry Center will exhibit the tapestries of Tori S. Kleinert and the ceramic art of Amy M. Baker through Jan. 15, following a reception Oct. 17 from 4 to 6 p.m., according to a news release
    “Internationally acclaimed tapestry weaver Tori S. Kleinert of Turners Station will present her most recent work,” it said.  “Her 30 years of experience in hand weaving and spinning, paired with vibrant color choices, give each piece a special voice.”

  • Laughter, honors on the menu at Cooperators’ Dinner

    Thursday night the Henry County Conservation District hosted its annual Cooperator’s Dinner Meeting at which the district showcases the year’s activities and recognizes those who have contributed to the agency’s programs. After a meal, attendees heard a presentation on the history of Lake Jericho by Greta Steverson, district conservationist, and then a humorous program by Walt Reichert of the Shelby County Extension Office.

  • Deputy’s car hydroplanes on 146

    eriff’s deputy wrecked his cruiser Sept. 29 but suffered no injuries.
    At about 4:45 p.m., Deputy Matt Cravens was traveling on Highway 146 with his emergency equipment lit on his way to a 911 call for a domestic dispute on Mt. Olivet Road. As he approached the intersection of Highway 153 at a speed of about 35-45 miles per hour, a box truck turned toward him, crossing over the center line.

  • HCHS Soccer Senior Night
  • Wildcats lose heartbreaker to Owen


    The Henry County Wildcats soccer team capped off a tough week with a heartbreaking 3-2 loss to the Owen County Rebels Thursday night.

    The Wildcats possessed the ball and controlled the pace of the game in the first half and were able to capitalize on a penalty kick by Trevor Sanders to lead 1-0 at halftime.

    But the host Rebels came out strong in the second half and quickly got back into the game. They scored three goals in the first 20 minutes to lead 3-1 before Trevor Sanders netted another penalty kick to make it 3-2.

  • Lady Cats volleyball sweeps Warriors


    The Henry County Lady Cats and Eminence Warriors met for their second match of the season in Eminence on Sept. 22 and the Lady Cats made a clean sweep of the rivalry with a 25-21, 25-16, 25-15 win. The Warriors fell to the Lady Cats three games to one earlier in the season at Henry County.

    Henry County jumped on top to start the first game. Kaylee Tingle had a kill for the first point followed by a service ace by Bri Fergerson to get HCHS rolling.

  • HC boys and girls 2nd in NCKC


    The Henry County boys and girls golf teams traveled to Bedford Sept. 22 to take part in the North Central Kentucky Conference golf championships.

    The young Wildcat squad got second place finishes from eighth-graders Isaac Klempner and Alex Hadden, who both shot 79, to fuel a second place team finish. Sophomore Luke Kent shot 89 and senior Jakob Beckley shot 92 for a 339 total. Will Peyton, a seventh-grader, shot 96 as Henry County’s fifth golfer.

  • HCHS girls soccer wins two


    The Henry County Lady Cats defeated district rivals Carroll County and Owen County last week and drew 1-1 with Walton-Verona as Rachel Vegh continued to pour in goals. Vegh had six goals against Carroll County, four against Owen and the big goal against Walton that kept the Lady Cats from losing that game.

    Over the last six games Vegh has scored 18 goals to average a hat trick per game.

    HCHS 11 Carroll Co. 0

  • Warriors clip Eagles, 36-24


    A week after costly mistakes led to a loss to Carroll County, the Eminence Warriors turned it around and took advantage of the Shawnee Eagles’ mistakes to win by two touchdowns Friday night.

    The Warriors started the game with a long drive from their own 26-yard line and got good running from all three running backs, Elijah Montero, Cameron Mathis and Cameron Capps, to move the ball steadily downfield. With 7:34 left in the opening period, Montero ran the ball in from 35 yards out to give the Warriors a 6-0 lead.