Today's News

  • Conquer the indoors while kids are on break

    School holidays are fun and yet challenging times for caregivers — your patience may be wearing thin as you try to think of activities that will keep children occupied.
    There are a number of indoor activities that you can do in your home that will keep your child occupied for hours at a time, and they don’t require travel or money or the use of electronics. So that you and your child enjoy the activity, keep your child’s unique interests in mind.
    Listed below are some indoor activities that you may wish to try:

  • 80th birthday - Darlene Winiecki

    Darlene celebrated her 80th birthday with family and friends at the Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church on Saturday Jan. 6.
    Her children are Kim Williams, Kevin Marsee (Maria), Jay Winiecki (Melyssa), Tammy Murphy (Kevin) and Shaun Winiecki (Chyree). She has eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

  • KYTC recognizes Roads Scholars
  • Wildcats lose two of three games in HCIT


    The Henry County Wildcats opened play in the Henry County Invitational against Atherton Dec. 27 and fell to the Rebels 71-52. The Rebels jumped out to a big lead in the first quarter and then the Wildcats clawed their way back into the game before Atherton put on a closing run to seal the game.

  • Warriors win two in the Collegiate Classic


    The Eminence Warriors came back from their Christmas break to participate in the Collegiate Classic basketball tournament in Louisville.

    The Warriors took on Thomas Nelson in the first round and fell behind early before coming back to nearly overtake the Generals.

    Thomas Nelson led 17-15 after the first period. The Generals increased the lead to as much as 13 points in the second period before settling for a 32-24 halftime lead.

  • EHS finishes third in holiday tourney


    The Eminence Warriors girls team traveled to Northern Kentucky to play in the Villa Madonna Holiday Classic and came away with a 59-47 win in the first round over the Robertson County Lady Devils.

    The Warriors jumped out to an 8-3 lead in the first period but the Lady Devils stormed back to tie it at 8-8. The Warriors responded with a 3-pointer and were never tied or fell behind again in the game.

    Eminence outscored the Lady Devils 17-12 in the second period to lead 28-20 at halftime.

  • Public record for Jan. 3, 2018

    December indictments
    Bobby C. Beckley, DOB 2/18/1955, New Castle — convicted felon in possession of a handgun and trafficking in a controlled substance, first, meth
    Robert J. Gueltzow II, 10/6/1985, Eminence — trafficking in a controlled substance, meth, first; possession of a controlled substance, meth; possession of drug paraphernalia; failure to maintain required insurance/security, first; expired Kentucky registration plates; possession of marijuana; persistent felon offender, second

  • Warriors win Beth Haven tournament


    The Eminence Warriors opened play in the Beth Haven Holiday Classic Dec. 19 against the Model Patriots and came away with a hard-fought 95-92 triple overtime win.

    The Warriors started hot and jumped out to a 24-10 lead after Josh Dotson hit a 16-foot jumper with 1:07 to play in the first period.

    Model was able to cut the lead to 12 at 26-14 by the end of the opening period.

  • Wildcats clip Commanders in overtime


    The Henry County Wildcats traveled to Springfield Dec. 18 to take on Washington County and came away with an 87-86 overtime win over the Commanders. 

    Henry County got a 3-pointer at the regulation buzzer from Zack Foree to send the game into overtime.

    The Wildcats were up by three points late in the fourth period but Washington County scored to cut it to one and then fouled to stop the clock. Henry County missed the free throw and Washington County grabbed the rebound and raced down court to score and go up by one.

  • EHS routs Lady Aces, 70-49


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Cloverport Dec. 19 to take on the Frederick Fraize Lady Aces and came away with a 21-point victory.

    The Warriors led 18 to 14 after the first period of play. Aaliyah Bailey had eight points and Tavi West had seven points during the opening frame to lead the Warriors.

    The Warriors broke the game open in the second period by outscoring the Lady Aces 26-7 to lead 44-21 at halftime.