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Today's News

  • Wildcats win two, but drop two one-run games

    The Henry County baseball team opened and closed last week with wins, dropped two one-run games in two days, and are 3-5 overall two weeks into the season.

  • Eminence baseball opens season with two losses

    The first two games of the season for the Eminence baseball team followed a similar storyline, and both ended in 11-run losses.

    The Warriors opened with a 12-1 loss to Anderson County last Tuesday night, then took a 13-2 loss to Owen County on Thursday. It gives the Warriors a 0-2 record entering the second week.

    Anderson used a big third inning to score eight runs, and ended the game with the 10-run mercy rule after five innings. And two days later, Owen jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning and ended the game after six innings with the mercy rule.

  • Track teams compete at Shelby and Henry meets

    Both track teams in the county competed at two meets last week, and Henry County hosted its first one of the season.

    The Henry and Eminence high school teams were in action at the Shelby County All-Comers on Tuesday night, and again at the Henry County All-Comers on Thursday. It was Henry’s third and fourth meets of the season, while it was Eminence’s first two. Both teams now have a break before the Carroll County All-Comers next Tuesday.

  • Henry Hoopla Final Results

    77 points
    Aaron Burton
    76 points
    Shanna Crowe
    75 points
    Don Dalger
    74 points
    Carla Holland
    72 points
    Tommie Kendall
    70 points
    Tony Kelley
    68 points
    Betty Jones
    67 points
    Andy Kelley
    66 points
    Brandon Willard
    Shelly McAlister
    Drew Young
    65 points

  • Maybe I am just a little bit crazy

    It occurred to me somewhere around midnight Saturday, when I woke up for the umpteenth time in less than a couple of hours. I tugged the double layer fleece blanket, wool blanket and sleeping bag down from my face and squinted at the top of my tent.

    I sat up, and realized I wasn’t imagining things. There was snow. And not just a few flakes. A bunch. I slapped and shook the tent sides to knock the snow off, while Rufus (the Mallowmar dog) kindly stole the warm spot I left behind on my sleeping bag.

  • Guest Columns - Rick Rand

    During the legislative session that ended earlier this month, Kentuckians saw a textbook example of what positive things can happen when both parties in the General Assembly come together and work toward the Commonwealth’s greater good.

  • Guest Columns - Geoff Davis

    The average price for a gallon of gas in Kentucky is now almost $3.60 a gallon.  The price is more than twenty cents higher than it was only a month ago.

  • Local students of the week - Kimberly Crawford

    Kimberly Crawford is 11 and in the fifth grade.

  • Local students of the week - Leah Jaimes

    Leah is 9 and in the third grade.
    Principal Sharon Bright said Leah is doing very well academically and has real leadership qualities. “She is such a remarkable young lady,” she said. “She’s supportive and helpful to her peers and very inquisitive.”

    Favorite subject?
    Math and then reading. “I like math because I’m good at it and it makes me feel better when I’m mad or sad,” she said.

  • HCMS 3rd nine weeks honor roll

    Sixth Grade