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Today's News

  • Local students of the week: Henry

    Henry County High School Senior

                                                                           Spring Thomas

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  • Eminence elementary School students of the month

    Eminence Elementary School students of the month for October: Chloe Stivers, Sara Welch, Bryan Graves, Jada Hughes, Dezzmon Runion, Hunter Gibson, Colby Stivers, Kendyl Browning, Abelardo Reza, Jadah Redmon, Avin Young, Silvestre Reza, Kalei Roberts, Georgia Snider, Brooke Berry, Matthew Soto, Caroline Yount, Reese McKinley, Haley McCubbins.

  • PHS class of 1951 reunion

    The Pleasureville High School Class of 1951 held their annual reunion Aug. 25, 2012, at Our Best Restaurant at Smithfield. Pictured left to right are teacher, Roy Winchester; James Dowden; Martha Beckley Atchison; Estelene Arnold Peak; Joyce Payton May; Wilma Holmes Young; and Eleanor Jones Sharp

  • EHS wins second round against Cats, 3-0

    When the Eminence and Henry County volleyball teams met on Sept. 11, Henry County came out on top in a close 3-1 match.

    But on Sept. 27, the Warriors came out on top, on their home court, 3-0.

    And this time, it wasn’t quite as close.

    The first game of the match was a nail-biter that Eminence won 26-24.

    The game was well played, with the widest margin coming at a 12-8 Eminence lead. Henry County Coach Katie Ruff called timeout, which sparked a Lady Cats’ 8-1 run, where they took the lead 16-13.

  • Eminence rips Trimble 40-6

    After a big road win at Berea, the Eminence Warriors returned to their home field.

    Once home, they thrashed the Trimble County Raiders.

    The Warriors now stand at 5-1 on the season heading into district play.

    Offensively, the game started slowly for the Warriors despite good field position. After Daishon Moore recovered a Raider fumble on their opening series at the Raider 37-yard line, the Warriors were in business.

  • Cats conquer Archives


    The Archives Course in Frankfort was the site of the 29th annual Capitol View Classic and the Henry County cross country team competed there for the first time in several years.
    Many runners and coaches consider it one of the toughest courses in the state with long up hill runs and steep down hills. In fact the information packet sent out by organizers call it the infamous Archives course. Most runners don’t go there expecting to set personal records-they just want to survive it.

  • HCHS tees off at state


    When she teed off in the first round of the State Golf Tournament Tuesday, Maddie Hensley was the youngest individual qualifier.
    Hensley a 6th grader will be joined by three other youngsters from across the state. Gracie Ann Parrott of Green County and Zoe Crum of Johnson Central are also 6th graders. Rylea Marcum of Scott County is a fifth grader and the youngest in the field. But each of these young ladies made it on the strength of being from a qualifying team.
    Only Hensley did it by making the cut as an individual.

  • Girls soccer falls to Owen in double-OTheartbreaker


    For most of their Sept. 26 game against Owen County, the Henry County Lady Cats soccer team was leading.
    But with eight minutes left in regulation, Owen’s Ashley Byers tied the game. She went on to drill the double-overtime, game-winning goal, leaving the Lady Cats to wonder how the game slipped from their grasp.

  • Boys' soccer fall 10-0 to Shelby, Grant


    HCHS 0 Shelby  10
    The Henry County Wildcats’ soccer team traveled to Shelbyville on Sept. 24 and took on the Rockets of Shelby County. The Cats were defeated 10-0 by the talented and athletic Rockets.
    The Rockets led 5-0 at halftime and quickly extended the lead to 9-0 after the break. Shelby scored their 10th and final goal with about 8 minutes remaining and the game ended early due to the 10-goal rule.

  • EHS volleyball falls to Carroll 3-1

    By Greg Woods
    Sports Editor
    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Carroll County on Sept. 24 to take on the Lady Panthers and lost in 4 games, 20-25, 17-25, 25-5, 18-25.
    “We did not play well,” Coach Stephanie Barrows said. “The girls went into this game not focused and ready to play. The only game they showed up in was the 3rd game when they won 25-5. They didn’t play as a team or even communicate. We need to work on offense and defense. We need to work on our communication and ability to get focused for the games.”