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Today's News

  • Embry James Stivers

    Embry James Stivers celebrated his first birthday with a Winnie the Pooh party at his home on April 13, 2011. Parents are Steven and Belinda Stivers of Campbellsburg.

    He has two older brothers, Avery and Gentry Stivers.

    Grandparents are Charles and Louise Walling of Pleasureville and Gary and Janice Stivers of Campbellsburg.

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  • Ribbon Cutting

    Renee and Company Photography cut the ribbon on their new business located at the Old Depot in Pleasureville. (From left) Ella Robinson, Renee Toole and Chery Clark are partners in this new business.  Beautiful backdrops with many options as well as outdoor shots  will allow customers to have a keepsake that will be treasured for years to come.

  • Henry County represented at ranch camp

    Pictured are Henry County residents Daquan Bailey and Darion Jones, who attended the Kentucky Sheriff’s Boys and Girls Ranch from June 5 to 10. Also pictured are Henry County Sheriff Danny Cravens and his daughter, who transported the campers, and the ranch’s head counselor, Kelly Buck.

  • Henry County Wildcats Thirtieth District Champions

    New Castle, Ky - Saturday night, at the Henry County gym, the Henry County Wildcats won the 30th District Championship by defeating the Shelbyville Devils, 69-65, in a hard-fought final game of the tournament.
    The entire game was nip and tuck with the quarter scores, Henry County 15 and Shelbyville 14, at the end of the first; Henry County 29 and Shelbyville 34 at the end of the first half; Henry County 44 to Shelbyville’s 46 at the end of the third quarter.

  • Henry County has three golfers compete in State Am

    In her first appearance at the Women’s Kentucky State Amateur, MacKenzie Peyton qualified for the championship flight, and long-time players Melanie Simpson and Tammy Pryor were matched against each other on the opening day for the first time as all three Henry County golfers played in the State Am in Murray last week.

  • Looking back

    To find out the last time the Henry County boys’ basketball team won a district championship — before this past year’s team claimed the 31st District crown — you have to search back 40 years, to 1971.
    The Wildcats beat the now-defunct Shelbyville Devils, 69-65, in the finals, thanks to a 25-point fourth-quarter performance from the Cats and 31 points from sharp shooter Mike West. It was all written about in the March 11, 1971 edition of the Henry County Local.

  • Looking back

    To find out the last time the Henry County boys’ basketball team won a district championship — before this past year’s team claimed the 31st District crown — you have to search back 40 years, to 1971.
    The Wildcats beat the now-defunct Shelbyville Devils, 69-65, in the finals, thanks to a 25-point fourth-quarter performance from the Cats and 31 points from sharp shooter Mike West. It was all written about in the March 11, 1971 edition of the Henry County Local.

  • Derek Springate resigns as coach

    Todd Gilley was surprised on Monday morning when he opened an e-mail sent from Derek Springate, which the athletic director said was a letter of resignation from Henry County’s two-year head basketball coach.

    Springate has decided to back away from the program, effective Monday morning. Assistant coach Rick Schepman hosted practice on Monday, and the Wildcats are in need of a new head coach for this coming school year.

  • Record holder headed to Cumberland

    After leaving his mark behind at Henry County High School, Eric Phillips has decided to run cross-country and track at the University of the Cumberlands.

    Phillips, who graduated from HCHS earlier this month, picked the Patriots over Brescia University and Lindsey Wilson. The runner lowered two school records at Henry — 5,000 meters in cross-country, and 1,600 meters in track — during an impressive senior campaign that capped off one of the best-ever high school running careers in the county.