.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Duncan: ‘Cancer to me is faces and names’

    Staff writer/photographer

    It started with a simple goal: bike 300 miles, and raise some cash for charity.

    But in 2009, Eminence Baptist Church’s Rev. Michael Duncan surpassed his initial goal, biking 501 miles and raising $2,200 for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. The effort made him the top individual fundraiser in Henry County last year.

    Along the way, Duncan lost 20 pounds and lowered his resting heart rate to 56 beats per minute.

  • EHS girls no match for Anderson

    The Eminence Lady Warriors had just three players score points, went through long stretches with no scoring output and committed 39 costly turnovers, adding up to a 68-12 loss to Anderson County in the opening round of the 30th District tournament last Tuesday night.

    It ended the basketball season for the Lady Warriors with a 2-27 record, while Anderson improved to 16-8, went on to beat Shelby County for the district title on Friday night and advanced to the 8th Region tournament this week. Shelby hosted the district tournament this year.

  • Next on the agenda ... an agenda

    General Manager

    It took two out of control meetings in a row for Pleasureville Mayor Rodney Young to bang the gavel, saying he’d had enough.

    After Monday night’s meeting became a shouting match between commissioners, former commissioners and city residents, Young used the gavel, hitting the gavel’s pad several times trying to gain control of a meeting that had veered wildly off track.

  • Highland Renaissance 24-Hour Race Sponsored by PBI Bank

    The Highland Renaissance site in Eminence will host a 24-hour footrace on March 13-14, starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday and finishing at 9 a.m. on Sunday. Due to Daylight Saving’s Time, which falls during the event, the finishing time has been pushed back one hour to get in the total 24 hours.

  • QUICKrecall

    Academic teams from five area elementary schools gathered Saturday at New Castle Elementary School for the District Governor’s Cup competition.

    The host school took the overall first place finish, with 41.83 points, while defending champion Eastern took second place overall with 34.5 points.

    Eastern defended its first place quick recall win from 2008, while New Castle took second place, Campbellsburg took third and Gallatin County Upper Elementary took fourth.

  • Dress in Blue on March 5

    The Colon Cancer Alliance encourages you to dress in blue Friday, March 5 to promote awareness about colon cancer and encourage people to get screened.

  • 8th Region tourney starts this week at HCHS

    Starting this Wednesday, Henry County High School will host the boys’ 8th Region tournament once again.

    Playing inside the legendary Roy L. Winchester Gym, first-round games are Wednesday and Thursday, semi-final games are next Monday and the championship game is Tuesday. The winner advances to the Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament inside Rupp Arena.

  • Warriors are knocked out by Shelby

    Shelby County’s 72-40 beating of Eminence High School last Tuesday night eliminated the Warriors from the 30th District tournament and ended their season at 5-21.

    Shelby, who hosted the district tournament this year, improved to 20-5 with the Eminence win, beat Anderson County for the district title on Friday night, and plays North Oldham this Thursday in the opening round of the 8th Region tournament. Meanwhile, the Warriors ended the season with five wins, their most in three seasons.

  • Raising bullying awareness

    My name is Corey Roberts and I go to Eminence Middle School. I am doing my eighth grade service-learning project on anti-bullying. During the week of Feb. 22–26, our school will be an “anti-bully zone.” We will be having poster contests for elementary students and poem contests for middle and high school students, with prizes being awarded to the winners. Thank you to Cook’s, Steel Technologies and Perry’s Tri-County Hardware and Lumber for donating money for prizes for the poster and poem winners.

  • Sprouting Spring

    Staff writer/photographer

    Last week, Barbara Gregory was working on pansies.

    She may have been snowed in, but she said there’s no time like the present to get your garden started.

    Gregory issued an invitation to tour her greenhouse, but recommended waiting a few weeks.

    “If you come down today, you’ll end up spending the night,” she said, “but I do have hot chocolate.”