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Today's News

  • Postcard book shows county’s past

    Most are old and faded and some are wrinkled. But to Earl T. “Hammer” Smith, the decades-old postcards are perfect.

    “Some of these are more than 100-years-old,” he said, flipping through plastic pages in a hardback notebook that help preserve the cards.

  • Take Five: Tom and Joy James

    Basic bio
    Tom and Joy James of Bethlehem have been standing in Bethlehem’s live nativity for many years. Tom, a product design manager at Eminence Speaker, and Joy, a teacher’s assistant atHenry County Early Childhood Center , will participate again this year. The nativity will be Dec. 22 to 25 beginning at 6:30 p.m., with three 50-minute sessions.

    How long have you been standing in the nativity?

  • New Castle appoints new commissioner

    New Castle City Commission appointed Henry County native Janet King last week after two-time commissioner Juanita Raisor resigned, effective Dec. 31. Raisor will remain in Henry County but will move outside of the city limits.

    King, a resident of New Castle for 12 years, owns two downtown businesses – Antiques on South Main and Country Frog. Janet King moved from Louisville to New Castle – where her husband, Bobby, is a native – but still commutes to Louisville as food service director for Nazareth Home, where she has worked for 11 years.

  • Report reveals new charges may be filed in Pendleton woman’s death

    New information revealed in a police report may bring new charges in Pendleton woman’s death.
    Robert Baldwin, 25, of Louisville called Kentucky State Police at Post 5 at 4:58 a.m., Nov. 27 and told dispatchers he had hurt someone, they were dead and Baldwin wanted an officer to meet him to discuss his situation.
    Baldwin called dispatch again and stated that he was leaving the residence at Kenlee Drive in Bedford to come to Post 5.

  • Warriors down Raider; Dixie scores 44

    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Bedford on a wintry Saturday night after having their opening home game with Gallatin County postponed on Friday night due to bad road conditions.

  • Wildcats Roll in Week One

    The Henry County Wildcats celebrated their home opener against the Western Hills Wolverines on Thursday night with a dominating 61-19 victory. The Wildcats were led in scoring by Austin Young with 14 points, but it was the depth of the Wildcats that overwhelmed the Wolverines.

    The game started at a frenetic pace but neither team could find their shooting touch early and after four minutes the score stood at 4-4. But the Cats went on a 13-0 run to finish the opening period and never looked back.

  • Lady Cats split pair to open season

    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted the Lady Wolverines of Western Hills on Thursday night and looked like they were on their way to a second straight victory to open the season when the wheels came off.

    After a slow start that found the Lady Cats trailing 15-10 at the end of the first period, the team played very well for 2.5 quarters before Western Hills put on a furious rally to send the game into overtime. The Lady Wolverines pulled away in the extra period for a 56-51 win.

  • Warriors fall to Paris

    The Eminence Warriors girls’ basketball team traveled to Paris to take on the Paris High School Lady Hounds on in their season opener on Saturday and fell 40-5.

    The Warriors had trouble with the Lady Hounds’ pressure defense and committed numerous turnovers that led to easy baskets.

    The Warriors’ half court defense kept it close early according to Coach Zach Adair.  “Our 3-2 zone defense wasn’t bad. It was 6-0 about halfway through the first period. What killed us were turnovers that were converted into points.”

  • Local Hoops Season off to a Good Start

    The high school hoops season got underway last week and most area teams got off to a good start. On Monday the Henry County Wildcats went to North Bullitt and won by 18 points and by all accounts didn’t play that well in the first half. It’s always a good sign when you can win by 18 points and feel that you have lots of room for improvement.

    On Thursday the Cats hammered a poor-shooting Western Hills team and, again, coaches and players felt they could have done better.

  • EHS Student Athlete of the Month-Trevor Payton

    Trevor is a junior on the Warriors’ football, basketball, baseball and track teams.

    Parents-Mark and Tiffany Payton

    What do you do for fun?

    Attend church, spend time with family, watch sports and attend school.

    How about school clubs?

    Beta, Pep, Student Council president, Voice Team.

    Favorite school subject and why:

    History, because I like learning about how events shaped our country.

    Favorite TV shows: