Today's News

  • EHS picks 5 to blast Caverna

    A new defensive formation paid off big in the form of five interceptions as the Eminence Warriors conquered Caverna 22-0 in their season opener.

    Key to the win was a strong performance by the Eminence secondary, which picked off five Caverna passes, part of a 6-2 turnover battle.

    “We used a new defensive formation that we have been working on in the spring and summer and it worked out well for us,” head coach Steve Frommeyer said. “Five different players intercepted passes.”

  • Mustangs run roughshod over Wildcats

    It was the first quarter that hurt.

    As the Henry County Wildcats squared off against the North Oldham Mustangs Saturday night in Goshen, they were down early, and had trouble recovering in what became a 38-7 Mustangs victory.

    North Oldham started off with a 71-yard touchdown run on their first rushing play of the night.

    Later in the first quarter, Henry County gave up a 45-yard punt return to go down 14-0.

  • Lady Cats pick up 1st win

    After a pair of rough losses to Shelby County and Collins, the Henry County Lady Cats bounced back with solid teamwork to get their first win of the season at Gallatin County.

    The Lady Cats were so strong, they took out Gallatin County 3-0 in the best-of-five match, that featured a dominant 25-9 second game.

    Henry County got off to a slow start in the first game by going down 3-0.

  • Is something special brewing at EHS?

    I know it’s early and, as an old coach, I’m leery of getting excited about early season success, but I get the feeling that the Warriors volleyball team just might be a special group this year.

    The team chemistry seems great, their energy level is high and while the focus still comes and goes a little, it is pretty consistent for this early in the season. The players all have a great will to win which is probably the most important ingredient for team success.

  • Instructional Basketball League

    Cornerstone Christian Academy will have a fall instructional league beginning Saturday, Sept. 15. It will run four Saturdays until Oct. 6. Each week will have two hours of instruction followed by a game.

  • Walking for Better Health Initiative in Henry County-Kick Off Sept. 29


    Most people know that walking is the most common type of physical activity, but you may not know that walking has increased. Six in 10 adults reported walking for at least 10 minutes at one time in the previous week. According to a new report by the Center for Disease control adults walking this amount rose from 56 percent to 62 percent over the last five years.

  • 50th Anniversary for Mann

    Gayle and Jane Mann will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on August 25. They were united in marriage on August 25, 1962 in Milltown, Indiana.

    The couple moved to Henry County in 1966 when i-71 was being built. Gayle was a construction worker. He retired from the Henry County Road Department.  He also served 30+ years  on New Castle Fire Department and as an EMT on volunteer ambulance service. He operated the Welding Shop with partner Roger Golden before going to work for the county.

  • Kelley-Ridge

    Greg and Sonya Kelley of Eminence announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Tiffany Lynn Kelley to Matthew Alan Ridge, son of Dale and Susan Ridge, Louisville.

    The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Francis Le. Kelley of Eminence and the late G.W. Kelley. She is a high school graduate from the A Beka Home School Academy. She has studied with the Red Cross where she completed her nursing assistant and CPR certifications through Kentucky Community and Technical College System.

  • KSP charge 3 w/ making meth

    Kentucky State Troopers Barrett Brewer and Brodie Jodry went to serve a warrant on Brandon C. Price, 20, for fourth degree assault, domestic violence, minor injury at Sandra Jones’ resident on Chilton Court.

    According to Brewer, Jason R. Stephens, 34, answered the door and told the officers everyone in the house was asleep.

    Troopers notified the homeowner Sandra Jones they had received complaints that the group including Shelbie Brown, 20, had been cooking meth. Jones allowed the officers to search the house.

  • Theater program has come a long way

    Things have come a long way for Henry County Public School’s theater productions.

    Choir and Theater Director Russell Cooper remembers putting on productions in the Henry County Middle School cafeteria with a makeshift stage and hanging a drop curtain from the ceiling.

    “We would have to tear down the sets and make sure things were in order for school the next day,” Cooper said. “It’s really neat to see how far things have come.”