Today's News

  • HCMS wins conference tournament


    The Henry County Middle School eighth-grade middle school team won the North Central Kentucky Conference basketball tournament Saturday. The Wildcats’ three wins in the tournament are part of a five-game winning streak that started with wins over Eminence and East Oldham on Thursday and Friday.

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  • Local students named to All-State Choir
  • Adult education congratulates Allen

    The Henry County Adult Education recently congratulated Lauren Allen for her mastery of GED Express, according to program Coordinator Betty Rankin.
    Allen qualified to participate in an accelerated learning opportunity that allows students to progress more quickly toward taking the GED test, offered as a part of the adult education program at Eminence Christian Church, 5333 Main Street, Rankin said.

  • Leaders of the Month

    Eastern leaders of the month for October, photo taken on pajama day, include Wyatt Heightchew, Blane Smith, Wyatt Ward, Josie Peyton, Sophie Drawbaugh, Garhett Banta, Karli Woods and Makynna Lyons.  Not pictured is Gavin Hines.

  • Reality store draws lessons from real world

    Henry County Middle School hosted the annual Reality Store that allowed middle and high school students from Eminence and Henry County to get a taste of the real world. Students were given a budget and had to go to various tables to buy things like houses, cars and insurance.

  • Zoey EvaLyn Wilson

    Derek Nolan would like to announce the birth of his sister Zoey EvaLyn Wilson. Born Oct. 22, 2015, she weighed eight pounds, one ounce and measured 19 inches long.  Zoey is the daughter of Michael and Amber Wilson. Her grandparents are Rob and Amy Johnson of Campbellsburg, Billie (BJ) Sexton of New Castle and David and Karen Wilson of Smithfield. Her great grandparents include Patty Johnson, Vernon and Barbara Abney, Bob and Debbie Boyd, Jimmy and Joyce Woods, Lorraine Hawkins and the late Bobby Johnson and the late John Hawkins.

  • Tips to pest proof your home as winter closes in

    By Levi Berg

  • Secure your household for your children

    Televisions and their stands, chests of drawers, refrigerators, stoves... we all have them. But did you know all of them could pose serious danger to your children, if they are not properly secured?
    This is especially true for those who have toddlers or young children who love to climb and explore.

  • Kentuckians urged to avoid falling for current IRS scam

    The IRS continues to warn consumers throughout Kentucky to remain on guard against scam phone calls from thieves intent on stealing their money or their identity, according to a news release from the federal agency. Criminals pose as IRS agents and use threats to trick victims into sending money or giving personal information.