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Today's News

  • Eastern Elementary School Derek Benham

    Derek is in the fourth grade at Eastern Elementary School.

     

    What is your favorite subject?

    Science. I like all the different kinds of experiments you get to do. One time we took a tin and put a straw and a balloon on it. When it was hot outside it would expand.

     

    Do you have any pets?

    A dog named Bella.

     

    What do you do for fun?

    Ride my bike and my go-cart in our back field. I also like playing Madden 2013.

     

  • Campbellsburg Elementary School students of the Month

    The January students of the month for Campbellsburg Elementary School. Front row:  Ethan Tharp, Cody Angell, Jordan Harmon, Autumn Donner, Bailey Hayden, Connor Maroney, Abrianna Williams and Katie Smith. Back row:  Storm Morgan, Austin  Riley, Keegan Kurtz, Rachel Topp, Olivia Miller, Brenna Edens, Trenton Hahn and Maddie Bolin.

  • H.C. man hit by machete

    An unidentified assailant attacked a Henry County man with a machete at his home Monday morning.

    Christopher Cooper, 29, of Pleasureville said he didn’t know who attacked him at about 4:30 a.m.

  • Two local teens take talent to World comp.

    Andrew Combs and Caeleb Smith had a fascination for technology at an early age.

    The two Henry County students recently competed at the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, FIRST World Championship in St. Louis.

    The students, part of a six county engineering team, designed, built and programmed a robot to throw Frisbees into slots on a 50 ft. X 25 ft. field and climb a 10-foot-tall pyramid.

  • Berry joins author/activist Michael Pollan at Louisville’s Clifton Center

    Michael Pollan thinks the act of cooking could save our lives.

    Pollan and Wendell Berry joined each other on stage to discuss Pollan’s new book “Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation” on May 1, at the Clifton Center’s Eifler Theatre in Louisville. The event was sponsored by the Louisville independent book store company Carmichael’s.

  • There’s always work on the farm

    By Brad Bowman
    news@hclocal.com

  • Owen wins put Cats in chase for top seed

     

  • Cats sweep Warriors

     

    The Henry County Wildcats and Eminence Warriors squared off in a baseball doubleheader on April 23 in Eminence and the Wildcats came out on top in both games.

    In the first game the Cats scored big in the second and third innings — they scored six run in the second inning after taking a 1-0 lead in the first.

    James Pollard did most of the damage with a two-out, three-run home run to left field.

  • Warriors get 1st win

    With an emphatic 19-1 game, the Eminence Warriors earned their first win of the season over Evangel Christian.
    Austin Jones gave up only two hits, struck out 13 batters, walked none and hit one batter in going the distance for the Warriors.
    Eminence scored three runs in the first. Jones was hit by a pitch, Mack McKee singled, Cole Lawson was hit by a pitch, Austin Perry hit into an RBI force play at second and Travis Bell walked to do the damage for the Warriors.

  • Raisor's one-hitter lifts Warriors over Bardstown

    Brenna Raisor was nearly perfect on the mound for the Warriors Friday night, giving up one hit against Bardstown.

    The junior walked none and struck out six as the Warriors cranked out 11 hits and six runs for the 6-0 win.

    The Warriors failed to score in the first two innings but hit the ball hard several times. They finally broke through in the third inning.

    Kelsie Craigmyle reached on a two-out error and Savannah Mertz doubled, bringomg her home.