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Today's News

  • Cedar Lake releases Park Place drawings

    General Manager

    More than two years after making a committment, and just a few months after purchasing their plot, Cedar Lake Lodge is almost ready to break ground at the Henry County Recreation and Services Park.

    Friday morning, Cedar Lake President and CEO Jim Richardson brought drawings of what the company’s two new group homes — which Cedar Lake refers to as Park Place — will look like to Henry County Judge Executive John Logan Brent. He also said Cedar Lake would be ready to break ground in November.

  • KCD hands Warriors a 2nd loss

    Through three games, including a 29-18 loss at Kentucky Country Day Friday, a lot of things are holding form for the Eminence football team, coach Steve Frommeyer said. He’s hoping some of those things remain the same. Others, he’s looking to change.

  • Cats make it 3-0 with Trimble win

    In a more balanced attack than their first two football outings, the Henry County Wildcats continued their dominant defensive play and their offense stepped up, resulting in a 32-12 victory at Trimble County on Friday night.

  • FFM 5K road race two weeks away

    This year’s Friends For Michael 5K is Saturday, Sept. 26, starting in front of Henry County High School at 9 a.m. The 3.1-mile road course starts on Hwy. 55 and turns left on Hwy. 421. The turnaround point to the out-and-back course is just before the fairgrounds, and the finish line is on the high school’s track.

  • HC boys shoot best score of season

    Playing with the most confidence they have had all season, the Henry County Wildcats had their best outing on the golf course last Thursday with a combined 170 for nine holes at Trimble County. But they lost by two strokes in a matchup between two schools having their best days.

    Matt Ricketts finished at 38, Michael Wilson at 39, Garrett Black at 46 and Trent Lucas at 47. Trimble finished with a team score of 168 for the two-stroke win.

  • Cats juggle lineup and take 10-0 loss

    Without top scorer Jarrod Singleton and a few other players, the already small Henry County boys’ soccer team was even more depleted last Thursday night at Jeffersontown. It led to a 10-0 loss in a contest that was called with six minutes remaining due to the mercy-run rule.

  • Coach Woods pleased with meet’s results

    Against a crowded field of runners on a day filled with question marks, head coach Greg Woods said he was obviously pleased with his Henry County cross-country team. Those pre-meet questions were answered at the Shelby County Invitational on Saturday as the runners toed the starting line for the first time this season.

  • Community Calendar for the week of September 9, 2009

    Wednesday, Sept. 9

    Karate classes will be held at the Community Center from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

    Children’s Story and Craft hour every Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m. at Pleasureville Christian Church. Also, the community library at the church is open to the public from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.

    Next Step Family Program will meet at New Castle Elementary from 6 to 8 p.m. beginning with this Wednesday. Contact Brandi Corbett at (502) 845-0307 for more information.

  • Coach McClamroch has mixed emotions

    Scott McClamroch left the Shelby County Invitational with mixed emotions on Saturday. With limited training, illnesses and injuries, he did not know what to expect.

    The Eminence cross-country coach said he was happy with his runners but a little disappointed in most of the times on the 5,000-meter hilly course. The meet included dozens of teams, hundreds of runners and eight total races. As the meet got rolling, the weather warmed up and the crowd started to grow.

  • HCPS board holding seat for Smith

    Staff writer/photographer

    Longtime HCPS board member and community activist John Smith is continuing to recuperate from a stroke he suffered on June 30.

    Smith was transferred from Baptist Hospital Northeast in La Grange to The Richwood rehabilitation facility Monday, Aug. 24. His wife, Henrietta said he has good days and bad days. “It’s going to take some time,” she said, “but he’s progressing.”