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Today's News

  • Ellis 50th Anniversary

    Devon and Angie Ellis will celebrate 50 years of marriage on Nov. 17, 2012. They were married in Louisville on Nov. 17, 1962.
    Devon was born and raised in Henry County. He is a U.S. Army veteran and son of Jaybird and Viola Ellis.
    Angie was born and raised in Louisville. Her parents are Edwin and Helen Johnson.
    The couple has three children, daughter, Evon and two sons, Devon Jr., and Wiliam Dale. 
    Devon and Angie Ellis live in Valley Station. They also have six grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
     

  • Rick Rand for State House

    As election day — Tuesday, Nov. 6 — nears, the voters of Henry County will help decide who will represent them as their state representative in State House District 47 for the next two years. Currently we have a person who has served us as an outstanding legislator since 2003. That person is Rick Rand, someone who has always been there for the citizens of Henry County.

  • Warriors dominate Clinton 42-8


    The Eminence Warriors finished the regular season at home Friday night with a 42-8 Parent-Night victory over the Clinton County Bulldogs. The win left the Warriors with a 7-3 record to close out the season.
    The Warriors were able to put big offensive numbers up despite the wet and windy conditions that blanketed the state Friday night.

  • Records can be deceiving

    I’m sure that there may be some disagreement with me on this, but I think Henry County might have played their toughest schedule ever this season. Statistically, their opponents were pretty impressive.
    The Wildcats opponents’ overall record was 59-41. When you take out Elizabethtown’s 1-9 record it is 58-33. Aside from E-town, the only team with a losing record was Class 5A Woodford County who played a pretty tough schedule themselves and finished 4-6.

  • Helping dreams take flight


    While many students were using fall break to catch up on their sleep or playing video games incessantly, the Eminence Warriors football team was helping a group of people to better the quality of their life. At the same time, the Warriors were learning some great life lessons.

  • Wildcats fall to Bears, 21-0, in sloppy conditions.


    Wet, windy and chilly conditions on Friday made for a miserable night in more ways than one for the Henry County Wildcats.
    The Cats fell 21-0 to visiting Spencer County in the regular season finale, a game in which the dismal conditions resulted in turnovers for both teams.
    But Spencer County found enough offense to take advantage of the Wildcats’ miscues, scoring 3 touchdowns on the night. Henry County mustered just 108 yards of total offense for the evening.

  • EHS Student Athlete of the Week-Emily Coomes

    Emily is a sophomore on the Warriors’ volleyball and track teams.
    What are your hobbies?
    I’m too busy for hobbies.
    What about non-school activities?
    Eminence Baptist Youth Group, Youth Coalition.
    How about school clubs?
    Pep Club, Student Council, Senior Beta, FCA.
    What is your favorite music style/artist?
    Country I don’t know. I like too many.
    What’s your favorite school subject?
    Math.
    What’s your favorite sports teams/athletes?

  • HCHS Student Athlete of the Week- Jared Yount

    Jared is a sophomore on the Wildcats’ football and track teams.

    What are your hobbies?
    Shooting and archery with the 4-H shooting sports and the Youth Hunter Education Challenge shooting team and hunting.
    What about non-school activities?
    New Castle Baptist youth group.
    How about school clubs?
    TSA.
    What is your favorite school subject?
    IED Intro to Engineering design.
    What’s your favorite music style/artists?
    Country/ pretty much all country artists.

  • Public Record for the week of Oct. 31

    Divorces

    Michael A. Farmer, 37, Pendleton, and Gina M. Reams, 38, New Castle.

    Lawrence Thomas Beatty, 45, Eminence, and Tina Fay Jones, 38, Pleasureville.

    Property Transfers

    Jack and Woo Sung Becker, Fisherville, to Norman and Laura Britt Medlin, Louisville. Property in Henry County, 50% interest; $80,000.

  • Fruit and vegetable myths are part of state lore

    There are many myths concerning fruit and vegetable crops that have become part of Kentucky lore. Several myths that still exist today involve grape coloration and fall frosts.