.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Eminence uses a very strong second half for 44-16 victory

    After the Eminence Warriors backpedaled during the second quarter, when Beth Haven managed to squeeze in its only two touchdowns of the game, they went full-speed ahead during the final two quarters to turn their 22-16 halftime lead into a 44-16 runaway victory on both teams season openers Friday night at EHS.

    For Eminence, it was a start to what looks to be a very strong season, led by 10 seniors and a few standout playmakers.

  • H.C. Arts and Crafts Guild show to be held Saturday

    Staff writer/photographer

    Need a new painting behind the sofa? A one-of-a-kind gift? Want to get some of your holiday shopping out of the way early this year?

    The Henry County Arts and Crafts Guild’s 9th Annual Show will take place Saturday, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The new location for this year’s show is the Henry County Fairgrounds 4-H Center, U.S. 421 in New Castle.

  • Sports Briefs

    Eminence Youth Basketball

    The Eminence youth basketball team of the North Central Kentucky Sports Conference will have signups and a team meeting at the Henry County Library Sept. 5 at 6 p.m. Parents are required to attend.

    Cornhole Tournament

    There will be a cornhole tournament this Saturday at Harry Hill Park to raise money for 17-month-old Alyssa Louden, who was recently diagnosed with Hurlers disease. Signups will be held from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. First prize will receive two sets of cornhole boards and two sets of bags. The entry fee is $20 per two-person team.

  • Garrett Black heads to All 'A' state tournament

    Amazing. Wonderful. Super. Fantastic.

    These were just a few of the words Steve Dent used to describe his Henry County Wildcats after their showing at the 8th Region All A Classic Boys Golf Tournament last Thursday at Cardinal Hills in Bedford.

  • Promising seasons

    Sit back, relax, chill for a little while. From the looks of things, Eminence and Henry County fans will have plenty to stand up and cheer about when the lights come on Friday nights.

    Following the easy opening-season victories over the weekend, a lot of questions were answered that are brought with unpredictable starts to always unpredictable football seasons. Most of those answers were in favor of the Warriors and Wildcats.

  • Family set to celebrate life

    Staff writer/photographer

    On Dec. 13, 2006, in Naples, Fla., a brain aneurysm cut short the life of 35-year old Brandon Browning, devastating his close-knit Henry County family.

    What the family did in the traumatic hours following his death was nothing short of heroic. Their unselfish decision to donate his organs gave hope to three other families whose loved ones were living on borrowed time.

    On Sunday, Sept. 7 two of the three recipients will join Browning’s family and friends in a “Celebration of Life” to honor Brandon.

  • Henry County dominates in first game out, 40-0

    Following Henry Countys 40-0 victory over Ludlow High School late Saturday night, the Wildcats collected the Henry County Dairy Queen Bowl trophy and hoisted it into the air at midfield.

    If this season opener was any indication of the direction Henrys football program is headed during the next 10-plus weeks, it should be a year full of feel-good moments for the Wildcats, who are coming off one of their best seasons in school history.

  • Breaking News: Eminence Auto Parts destroyed by fire

    Kentucky State Police and the Eminence Police Department are investing a fire that destroyed a local business Saturday evening.

    Eminence Auto Parts, a NAPA affiliate, was gutted by a blaze that included multiple explosions Saturday. Officials on the scene indicated arson was the cause, and a search is underway for the suspect.

    Multiple fire departments responded to the scene, including crews from Eminence, Pleasureville, New Castle, Campbellsburg, Lake Jericho and Shelby County.

    Check back soon for udpates.

  • Bluesneck

    Staff writer/photographer

    Chad Heightchew, Jamie Tingle and Phil Branham loaded guitars and amps, basses and drums, microphones and monitors into a trailer hitched to the back of sound engieneer Barry Heightchew’s truck. The trio, Pleasureville’s own Bluesneck, were itching to get on the road to Florida.

    The plan was to drive 968-miles straight through to the Sebastian Inlet State Park Marina in Florida for a one-night gig. Branham’s friends, Alan and Nancy French, were throwing a retirement bash and invited the group to play.

  • Kentucky health assessment isn't positive

    In recent months there have been a series of reports from state and national organizations that have given us a much clearer picture of Kentucky’s collective health. Unfortunately, their overall assessment is not positive, due largely to problems that are preventable.

    Perhaps the most alarming statistic of all comes from the Kentucky Institute of Medicine, which found that no other state has a higher mortality rate. None of our 120 counties, in fact, is below the national average.