Today's News

  • Public Records, Sept. 7, 2016

    KSP arrests

    Montrel Hobbs, 22, Louisville — arrested at College Street, New Castle, by Trooper Brewer for three bench warrants

    James Owens, 23, New Castle — arrested at College Street, New Castle, by Trooper Brewer for possession of a controlled substance, first, heroin; sell/transfer simulated controlled substance, second; and trafficking a controlled substance within 1,000 yards of a school

  • Local business hosts night at the ballgame
  • 9/11 - One day with lots of meaning

    On Sunday morning, our nation will pause to remember and reflect upon the tragedy known primarily by its date: 9/11.

    Those of us old enough to remember that Tuesday in 2001 will never forget where we were and what we were doing when we heard the news.  It had the same impact as such other pivotal moments in history, from the attack on Pearl Harbor and President Kennedy’s assassination to Neil Armstrong’s walking on the moon.

  • More on the ballot than the presidential race

    In the current political climate, apathy is a common response. 

    Given the top two choices for the person who will be tasked with leading this country and the controversies surrounding each, many have declared they are simply opting out and will choose not to vote for either.

    Apathy is not the solution. And not voting is a cowardly way to equip yourself with the best excuse ever to denigrate the effectiveness of whomever is chosen.

  • Local Buzz, Sept. 7, 2016

    Church Activities

    Homecoming 2016 at Point Pleasant Christian Church, 4724 South Property Road will be held Sunday, Sept. 11. Potluck from 5 to 6:15 p.m., music from 6 to 8 p.m. by Miller’s Folly Bluegrass Band and Tim Harper. There is a giveaway and yard sale but everything is free, accepting doantions to PPCC. Activities for children will include hula hoops, face painting and bubbles. 

  • Spencer to Wright bomb brings Cats back


    The Henry County Wildcats struggled offensively for three quarters Friday night in their first home game against Owen County. But the offense got rolling in the fourth period and Henry County came back to defeat the Rebels 14-10 on a 68-yard pass play from Trevyn Spencer to D’Andre Wright with one minute left in the game.

  • Nicholas defeats Warriors


    The seventh-ranked Nicholas County Bluejackets used their superior size and strength to overwhelm the Eminence Warriors Friday night at home.

    The Bluejackets’ offensive line averages 250 pounds per player and they used that size advantage to create numerous opportunities for the backs all night as they jumped out to a 41-6 lead midway through the third quarter and went on to win 55-14.

  • Lady Cats take round one


    The Eminence Warriors hosted Henry County Aug. 30 in the first match between the district rivals and fell 3-0.

    The Lady Cats got off to a fast start and built an 18-11 lead in the first set. But the Warriors came back to narrow the margin to two points at 20-18 on an ace by Madison Sweeney.

    Henry County was able to stop the run and finished with the final five points to win the first 25-18.

  • Hadden wins HCIT in six-hole playoff


    When HCHS freshman golfer Alex Hadden teed off at about 1:30 Saturday in the Henry County Invitational golf tournament, he probably couldn’t have dreamed that he would not know the final outcome of his round until dusk. But that is what happened when he and South Oldham’s Cooper Gray battled through six playoff holes before Hadden finally won with a par on the 24th hole of the day for both players.

    Hadden and Gray both finished regulation with a one-under par 71 before their epic playoff battle.

  • Lady Cats draw with Lady Rockets, 1-1


    The Henry County Lady Cats are still looking for their first win of the season but they are getting closer. After drawing 3-3 with Holy Cross last week, the Lady Cats hosted Shelby County Aug. 30 and came away with another tie, this time the score was 1-1.