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Today's News

  • EHS girls are 1-12 overall after Newport, Collins losses

    Junior center Samantha Congleton will miss at least the next two weeks after twisting her ankle, and the Eminence girls’ basketball team dropped two more games last week for a 1-12 record.
    The Warriors lost to Newport last Tuesday night, 40-26, then to Martha Layne Collins on Friday, 70-22. They have now lost 11 straight with their one win this season against Evangel Christian on Dec. 7.

  • ‘Once a Warrior, always a Warrior’

    In an attempt to unify Eminence Independent Schools, the Board of Education voted that all K-12 students be referred to as the Warriors, and it will be official next Tuesday with a ceremony inside the school-owned Community Life Center at 6:30 p.m.

  • Moving on to another decade

    Oh, how I’ll miss the the first decade of the 2000s — I don’t want it to end. Simply put, it was the best.

    There were so many life-altering events for me during the last 10 years that I’m sure many of my best memories will come from this time. It might not be the best chapter when my book is finally written, but it will most likely be a memorable one. I’m actually a little sad moving on.

  • Shelden’s death is a wake-up call

    I’m sure that somewhere there’s a statistic for everything.

    And somewhere in those statistics likely rests the number of people who die in their homes each year because of extreme cold or extreme heat.

    When Henry County coroner Jimmy Pollard called me Monday morning to tell me of the death of Myra Shelden, it weighed heavy on my heart.

    Shelden was found in her home on Friday night, with preliminary results indicating she died from hypothermia.

  • Celebrate Extension leaders past & present

    We would like to invite you to attend a special celebration to be held at Twin Oaks Assisted Living in New Castle, from 2-4 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 23.  We will celebrate the many long time extension leaders that have provided leadership to the Henry County Extension Service over the years in the agriculture, 4-H, home economics and community development programs.

  • Thoughts on pasture appraisal and recovery

    After some record weather (droughts, hot months, cold months, wet months) over the past two or three years, what can we expect from our pasture and hay fields this year?  Did we lose desired grasses and legumes?  Can we expect increased weed pressure?

  • Shooting sports camp will begin March 30

    The State 4-H Shooting Sports Camp will be held from Wednesday, March 30, through Saturday, April 2, at the Lake Cumberland 4-H Camp, in Jabez. 

    The camp is for youth ages 9 – 13.  Certified instructors will be presenting classes and in charge of all shooting ranges. 

  • HCMS Honor Roll 2nd 9 weeks

    6th Grade

  • Campbellsburg elementary school students of the month

  • Campbellsburg elementary school students of the month

    October and November for 3rd, 4th and 5th grades are:  Allison Perry, Tracey McRoberts, Travis Newton, Emma Topp, Halee Lankford, Derek Miller, Noah Burrows, Amanda Ernst, Allison Johnson, Caitlyn Ralston, Storm Morgan, Kayleigh Murray, Tyler Boyer, Katelyn Burton, Dillon Hoskins and Yamille Velasquez.