Today's News

  • Student-Athlete of the Week-Brie Prewitt

    Brie is a junior on the Warriors’ volleyball team.

    What are your hobbies?
    Dance camp every summer.
    How about non-school activities?
    I am active in the youth group at Henry Christian Church. I also help my mom with a community service program called ‘Clothes Closet.’ We help people out with clothing and furniture when they are in need. I also am a part of the Youth Coalition which is a program to promote a drug-free lifestyle among teenagers.
    School clubs?

  • Student-Athlete of the Week-Ben Ingabrand

    Ben is a senior lineman on the Wildcats’ football team.

    What are your hobbies?
    Fishing and hunting.

    What about non-school activities?
    I am active with the Pleasureville Baptist Church Youth Group.

    How about school clubs?
    FCA, FBLA, KYA, Pep Club.

    What’s your favorite school subject?

    What’s your favorite music style/artist?
    I like all kinds of music but right now I’m on an 80’s kick. Motely Crue and Def Leppard.

  • Sans Payton, Lady Cats fall to Wolverines

    When the Henry County Lady Cats travelled to Western Hills last week, they did so without sophomore middle hitter Megan Payton.
    Her absence — due to illness — was keenly felt, as she wasn’t there to help contain the tall Wolverine hitters, and Western Hills won the match 25-14, 25-19 and 25-17.

  • EHS takes on Frankfort Archives

    The EHS cross country team traveled to Frankfort for their 3rd meet at the Archives course in 2 weeks for the Capitol View Classic on Saturday. Several runners were out due to injury or illness but Coach Christina Jimison was pleased with the effort of those who ran.

  • October in Alaska is a wild ride

    By Candy Clark

    October is a month of contradictions for Alaskans. We begin the month with the beautiful autumnal colors of fall and end the month shoveling snow. Whether raking leaves or shoveling snow; life, for Alaskans in Interior Alaska changes drastically during October.

    Our days get shorter; many of us leave for work in darkness and return home in darkness. Exterior home improvement projects must be completed before the wood or glass freeze solid for six months. Any outside painting  needs to be finished for the same reason.

  • 4-H Issues Conference set for Nov. 15-18

    Do you think teens should have a voice? Are you the kind of person who wants to make a positive difference in your community? Do you like meeting new people? What about dancing?

    If you answered yes to these questions then you need to attend 4-H Issues Conference!

  • Learn the value of saving with the Piggy Bank contest

    Saving money is important no matter your age, especially with an economy that is much like a roller coaster.

    Kentucky youth can learn the importance of saving money by participating in the Piggy Bank Design Contest. The contest is a way for the youth of Kentucky to display their creative skills to their county and potentially the state, while becoming more aware of how to build wealth and reduce debt. The Piggy Bank Design Contest is the youth component of Kentucky Saves. Kentucky Saves Week begins Feb. 24 and ends March 2.

  • Arrival of fall means hay assessment

    The arrival of fall is an important time for livestock producers to assess their winter hay supplies.  Determining both the amount and the quality will help insure you have enough to get your animals through the winter in good shape.  Here’s how to get a fairly accurate estimate of supply.

  • That’s a big sweet potato
  • Shaw wins at State Fair