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Today's News

  • Ladycats storm back with 3-0 week

    The opening game of their season left a bitter taste in the mouths of the Ladycats. It burned. It stung. It wasn’t forgotten.

    After their 0-6 loss to Spencer County on Aug. 18, the Henry County High School Girls Soccer team roared back — beating Carroll County 3-1; Whitefield Academy 8-1; and Jeffersontown 3-2; all in the same week.

    That initial loss served to, as coach Shannon Snider said last week, shake the dust off. Last week’s wins boosted morale.

  • Wildcats drop the ball

    In their 28-6 loss to Walton-Verona, the Henry County Wildcats may have had better luck wrestling with a greased pig.

    “We could not hold onto the football,” Coach Jason Spencer said. “The ball hit the ground at least 15 times. (We had) no ball security.”

  • Warriors win battle; lose the war

    The coach was screaming as loud as the Lady Warriors faithful — but not in a bad way.

    With each point, she screamed. With each point she clapped. And with some, she threw her head back and threw her fist into the air, caught in the joy of the moment.

    As the Warriors volleyball team inched its way forward and took the lead in the second game of its best-of-three match against Bardstown, Stephanie Barrows was screaming, cheering, pumping her fist along with players on the bench and fans in the crowd.

  • Warriors soar over Golden Eagles, 52-18

    Barely two minutes into their game against Shawnee High School, the Eminence Warriors started a trend. It was the Bradley Foree-Brandon Mitchell connection — a record-setting connection.

    Together, the two teamed up for five touchdown pass receptions. Those touchdowns broke a schoole record held by Ed Berry for the most touchdown receptions in one game. Eminence Head Coach Steve Frommeyer said Mitchell’s five touchdown receptions are tied for second in the state’s history.

  • Ride for Christ to benefit missionaries

    Saturday they’ll descend upon Eminence, and the parking lot of Deli Plus. By two-wheeled — and some three-wheeled — vehicles they will come.
    But these aren’t your stereo-typical bikers. The Cruz’n for Christ Motorcycle Run and Bike Show is set for Saturday.
    Signups for the run begin at 10:30; riders must pay $10, while passengers pay $5.
    That money, Anthony Storey said, will go to Motorcycles for Missionaries, a charity that provides motorcycles for missionaries in foreign countries.

  • Eminence woman turns self in as stolen card swiper

    By Jacquelyn Stoess Hack
    Landmark News Service
    Police received numerous phone calls and tips identifying a woman allegedly using a stolen debit card in Oldham and Henry counties after her photo appeared on several media websites and newscasts.
    According to La Grange Police, the card was stolen in Louisville and was swiped several times in La Grange, including at Walmart, Burger King, Thornton’s and a car wash.
    A transaction on the card was also attempted in New Castle where the transaction was denied.

  • Plenty of No. 1 hits for Rhett Akins

    By Brett Waford
    Special to the Local

    When singer songwriter Rhett Akins pulls into Eminence on Saturday, Sept. 10, for the Froggy Field Party 3 he’ll bring with him plenty of success.  As a songwriter he has written four songs that have made it to number one and in 1996 his song “Don’t Get Me Started” went all the way to the top of the charts.

  • Eminence questions 911 fee

    With the economy in a slump and everyone having a tough time making ends meet these days, Eminence Mayor Drane Stephens is questioning the amount his city is assessed to help pay for the county’s 911 dispatch service.

  • Getting the kinks out of 146

    State transportation engineers will present preliminary plans for improvements to Kentucky 146 in a meeting with stakeholders at 6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 8, at the Henry County Courthouse in New Castle.

    Stakeholders include property owners and businesses that will be affected by the project, as well as elected officials, emergency personnel and school district officials. A meeting for the general public on the project will be scheduled later in the fall, officials said.

  • Fall — the third gardening season