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Today's News

  • Lady Cats roll in Beach Bash

    The Henry County Lady Cats continued to slug their way past opponents in Florida last week.

    After dropping their first game on March 31 to Corbin and defeating LaRue County April 1, the Cats won two games on Thursday against North Hardin and Breckinridge County before wrapping up the week on Friday with a victory over Fern Creek.

    The Cats put up 29 runs in the three games and got a pitching gem from Krista DeBurger against Breckinridge County.

     

    HCHS 6,
    Breckinridge County 1

  • Cats take 2nd in Valley Invitational

     

    After a water-logged March that allowed the Henry County baseball team to play just three games, the Wildcats opened April with seven games in one week.

    The Cats played four games in the Valley Invitational to start the week and then played three games in two days in the Henry/Shelby Wood Bat Classic over the weekend.

  • State gets back-toback titles

    Little old Kentucky has to be prouder than ever of its basketball heritage. Last year the University of Kentucky dominated the basketball scene with one of the best teams to ever wear the blue and white.

    This year, the Louisville Cardinals dominated the postseason on its way to the school’s third national title. That makes 11 NCAA national championship trophies that reside in the Bluegrass State.

    In a state of 4.3 million people that is a pretty impressive showing on the basketball scene.

  • Wildcats finish strong at North hardin

    The Henry County track team had a strong showing on Saturday at the North Hardin Invitational as several athletes set personal records or got season best performances.

    Eddie Jones set a personal record by 1.5 feet in the pole vault and set another personal record in the 200-meter run.

    Cole Nelson continued to lower his 400-meter dash time with another personal record of 54.78.

    Austin Armstrong was second in the discus, set a personal record in the 200-meter dash and had a season best in the high jump.

  • EHS Student Athlete of the Week-Kelsie Craigmyle

    Kelsie is a senior on the Warriors’ softball team.

    What are your hobbies?

    Hang out with friends.

    What about non-school activities?

    I work at the Henry County Library.

    How about school clubs?

    Senior Beta, chorus, STLP.

    What’s your favorite school subject?

    English.

    What’s your favorite music style/artist?

    All kinds of music/All artists.

    What’s your favorite sports teams/athletes?

    UK and UL/none.

  • HCHS Student Athlete of the Week-James Pollard

    James is a senior on the Cats’ baseball team.

    What are your hobbies?

    Hunting, fishing and shooting sports.

    How about school clubs?

    I just try to concentrate on school work when I am at school.

    What’s your favorite school subject?

    History.

    What’s your favorite music style/artist?

    Country/Hank Williams III.

     

    What’s your favorite sports teams/athletes?

    Reds and UK/J. T. Riddle second baseman at UK.

     

  • Warriors baseball falls to Frankfort

    The Eminence Warriors baseball team scored the first run of the game against the Frankfort Panthers Friday, but fell 11-1 to the Panthers.

    The Warriors got their run when Austin Jones led the game off with a single and Mack McKee sacrificed him to second base. Cole Lawson came through with a one-out, RBI-double to score Jones.

  • Henry Hoopla

    Congratulations to Mark Blackburn winner of the 2013 Henry Hoopla Contest!
    Hoopla Results:
    83 points
    Mark Blackburn
    79 points
    Regina Heightchew
    Nick Heightchew
    78 points
    Sissy Monohan
    Bryan Clifford
    77 points
    Brenda King
    76 points
    Coe Johnston
    75 points
    Shelly McAlister
    74 points
    Steven Stivers
    Joey Coblin
    73 points
    Palmer Coomes
    JW Coblin
    Emily Johnston
    Sue Shryock
    Hunter Gnagie

  • The city’s gain will also be its loss

    In 2002, a coffee shop opened up in Owensboro, Ky. The shop, Beyond the Brim, was a first for the city, and at the time, the only coffee shop.

    In addition to coffee and tea, the shop also served food. The service was great, the food fantastic and the coffee was pretty darn good. The owners, a local couple, regularly gave back to their community, supporting youth sports, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, church groups and much more.

  • Tips for boosting pasture production

    The three primary nutrients required for plant growth are nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium. Nitrogen is an essential nutrient necessary for photosynthesis and building protein, and it has long been known that increasing nitrogen in the soil has been proven to greatly increase pasture production.