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Today's News

  • HCHS Student Athlete of the Week-Cole Nelson

    Cole Nelson is senior on the Wildcats’ football and track teams.

     

    What are your hobbies?

    Playing video games and watching TV.

     

    What about non-school activities?

    New Castle first Baptist Youth Group.

     

    What’s your favorite school subject?

    History.

     

    What’s your favorite music style/artist?

    Hip Hop and rap.

     

    What’s your favorite sports teams/athletes?

  • Cats compete at CAL

    The Henry County Wildcat track team traveled to Louisville on Saturday to compete in the Harry Greschel Invitational Meet at Christian Academy of Louisville.

    Cathryn Fischer led the girls’ team with an impressive performance in the 300 hurdles and Austin Armstrong had an encouraging result to lead the boys team.

    Coach Sed Williams was pleased with some of the performances of his team in their first big outdoor meet of the season.

  • Warriors fall to Waggener; Seneca

    The EHS Warriors traveled to Louisville on Mar. 19 and 20 to play Seneca and Waggener, respectively. On Mar. 19 they lost to Seneca 13-0 and on the 20th they lost Waggener 20-2.

  • We will dodge the rain while planting

    According to the calendar, it is officially spring; however, it seems someone forgot to tell the weather to act accordingly in the Bluegrass. So what is going on? Did the groundhog lie? When is it going to get warmer? Will the rain and snow slow down?  

  • Sun tanning damages skin

    We all want beautiful and healthy skin, but some of us tend to equate beautiful, vibrant skin with tanned skin. Tanning is actually your body’s reaction to skin damage from ultraviolet rays.

    Both the sun and tanning equipment release two types of ultraviolet rays. UVB rays reach the top of the skin and are the likely cause of many types of sunburn.

    UVA rays penetrate deeper into the skin. When your body is unprotected against UVA rays, it releases melanin, a pigment that darkens the skin.

  • Quite a capital experience

    There were 25 youth and adults that attended this year’s 4-H Capitol Experience in Frankfort. The 4-H Youth Development organization was there in full force with hundreds of youth attending from across the commonwealth.

  • House Bill 1 and your primary doctor

    Katherine Jett

    In 2008 Kentucky had the fifth highest rate of drug overdose in the country.

    Kentucky has one of the highest rates of pain medication prescribed per capita in the country. 

    More than 54 percent of the state’s residents have been prescribed a narcotic pain medication within the past five years. 

  • Pendleton man gets first anterior hip replacement in La Grange

     32-year-old Henry County man was the recipient of the first total hip replacement done at Baptist Health La Grange using the anterior approach on March 18. Nathan Townsend of Pendleton suffered a fractured hip joint and pelvis approximately two years ago in an automobile accident. As a result, he developed arthritis, which caused him a lot of pain and made it difficult to walk.

  • New Castle Elementary School Student of the Week: Brianna Curry

    Brianna is a 3rd grader at New Castle Elementary School.

    What is your favorite subject?

    I like science because you learn about snow and rain and the Earth.

    Do you have any pets?

    Two dogs: Jimma and Dixie. Two cats: Domino and Tiger.

    What do you do for fun?

    I like to watch movies. I like the Chipmunks it’s funny and dogs and cats. I also like to go to the stores and go shopping at the mall.

  • Eastern Students of the Month