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Today's News

  • Historical Society Gala set for March 21

    General Manager

    The Henry County Historical Society would like to say thank you.

    Or, at least, that will be the theme of their annual fundraising gala set for March 21 at Smith-Berry winery.

    With a “Gratzi! Henry County” theme, the event will include an Italian based meal as well as live and silent auctions.

  • The cupboard isn’t just bare, it’s gone

    When Governor Beshear took office in December 2007, he joked that he knew the cupboard would be bare, but that he didn’t expect it to be gone.

    Since then, he has overseen more than $430 million worth of cuts, all without touching Medicaid and our classrooms.  Unfortunately, with the nation’s economy showing no signs of improvement, he and the General Assembly learned in November that this would not be enough.  Our state economists told us that another $456 million would still need to be trimmed by the end of June.

  • Marcus Wright and Ed Berry jerseys retired at Eminence

    Sports Editor

    With Marcus Wright and Ed Berry joining a short list of some of the great Eminence High School players of the past, EHS has now retired six players that also includes Jim Green, Keith Blackburn, Chrissy Roberts and Buddy Berry.

  • Superintendent thanks Foundation supporters

    On behalf of the Eminence Education Foundation and the Eminence Independent School District, I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude for making our Education Dinner and Silent Auction such a success.  The Foundation collected approximately $9,000 to use for future scholarships and teachers’ grants.

  • Mr. Goodwin goes to Washington

    Staff writer/photographer

    A passion for journalism, both print and broadcast has earned an HCHS senior a trip to Washington.

    Brandon Goodwin, a senior at Henry County High School, has already come a long way and is still going places. An Oklahoman transplanted to Franklinton,  Goodwin soon will travel to Washington, D.C., to collect a scholarship for outstanding work in the field of journalism.

  • District pairings

    Sports Editor

    While most teams across the state have known for a while which squad awaits them when the postseason arrives next week, the Henry County Wildcats had to wait until Sunday night — and it came down to a game of luck.

  • Grayson rallies with Henry Co. GOP

    Staff writer/photographer

    It may only be February 2009, but for some in Henry County, it’s perfect time to plan for the November 2010 elections.

    Members of the Henry County Republican Party gathered at the Henry County Courthouse Feb. 10 to discuss strategies aimed at claiming some of the local offices to be decided Nov. 2, 2010. Henry County GOP Chairman Rex Morgan said the number of registered Republicans in the county is up by at least 10 percent.

  • Emergency funds available through TCCAA

    Tri County Community Action Agency has been awarded federal funds under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program. TCCAA has been chosen to receive $12,000 for emergency food and shelter programs in Henry County. Public or private voluntary agencies interested in apply ing for EFSP program funds must contact Bryan Raisor at (502)845-7808 by Feb. 24.

     

  • Community Calendar for the Week of February 18, 2009

    Wednesday, February 18

    Karate classes will be held at the Community Center from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

    Children’s Story and Craft hour every Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m. at Pleasureville Christian Church. Also, the community library at the church is open to the public from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.

    Thursday, February 19

  • Wildcats turn 10-2 deficit into 66-46 runaway

    Sports Editor

    The Eminence boys’ basketball team came out of the gates running and gunning against host Henry County in the final match-up between the two squads this season, but the Warriors ran out of steam as they watched a 10-2 lead dwindle and turn into a 66-46 loss.