Today's News

  • Rough week for Bat-Cats

    The Henry County baseball team faced a tough schedule last week and it showed in the results of three games. The Cats went 0-for-3 and in a couple of the games were beaten badly.

    By the end of the week, the Cats began to show signs that the defense was coming around but the offense was still looking a little anemic.

  • HCHS track sets personal records

    Personal records were set and up and coming Track Cats improved on previous performances when Henry County track hosted Trimble, Eminence and North Oldham high schools.

    In the Tuesday meet, the HCHS boys placed first, and the girls took third. In the team scoring the North Oldham girls team ran away with a score of 132. Trimble County was second with 64 points. Henry County was third with 43 points followed by Eminence with 6 points.

  • HCMS Honor Roll 3rd 9 weeks

    6th Grade

  • Eminence Elementary School Students of the Month
  • Elementary school track meet
  • Henry County students named students of the month at SCATC

    The following students enrolled at the Shelby County Area Technology Center have received the Student of the Month for March, which is a student who is exemplary in the academic areas of the classroom:

    Cody Chesher - Information Technology

    Caleb Maddox – Machine Tool

    Madison Wagner – Health Science

    The following students enrolled at the Shelby County Area Technology Center have received the Citizen of the Month for March which is a student whose behavior and attitude distinguish them as superior students.

  • 4-H Communications Event & Variety Show

    The annual 4-H Communications Event and Variety Show was held on Tuesday, March 20.

  • Forages reaching critical maturity ages

    After an extremely warm winter, many forage grasses and small grains used for forages are quickly nearing the stages where they need to be cut to maintain optimum feed quality, according to Ray Smith, extension forage specialist in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture. Depending on the area of the state, the forages are two to three weeks ahead of schedule.

  • Marie finally got the boat of her dreams

    By Candy Clarke

    My life is and seemingly always has been one of contrasts. Nothing exemplifies this more clearly than my fishing. On any given fishing trip, you might find me camped out in a tent with the bears; another trip you might find me in my motor home; or you could find me on a boat. On a boat is really nice. Especially if the boat belongs to my friends, Rusty and Marie!

  • It’s never too early to learn financial literacy

    Maintaining good personal financial practices and planning for the future can provide the foundation for lifelong security and stability.  National Financial Literacy Month is a great time to learn more about ways to make these important habits easier.

    By establishing good habits, individuals can protect and maximize the value of their dollars.  A number of public and private organizations provide a wealth of tools to aid the learning process.