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Today's News

  • Lady Cats have a beach bash

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Lady Cats got off to a good start on their spring break trip to Destin to play in the Florida Beach Bash.

    They pounded out 18 hits against the Campbellsville Lady Tigers to take their first game 16-4.

    Seventh-grade leadoff hitter Sydney Raisor went three for four with four RBIs and two runs scored. Claire Young also had three hits to go with three RBIs and two runs scored. Lizzie Young, Haley Peyton, Jerika Randall and Gracie Golden all had two hits.

  • Warriors defeated by Greyhounds

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Paris Greyhounds got two big innings April 3 when they came to Eminence and that was all they needed to defeat the Warriors by four runs.

    Paris opened the game with three runs in the top of the first inning. The leadoff batter hit a home run on Jared Golden’s fourth pitch of the game. After the home run Golden struck out the second batter before a single, a walk and another single made it 2-0. A fly out to right field with a man on third allowed the third run to score before Golden struck out the final batter.

  • EHS fall to Gallatin County

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Warsaw April 4 for a game against district rival Gallatin County and came away on the short end of a 15-3 score line.

    The Warriors struck first when Clarissa Wilkerson’s double scored Alexis Shields who had singled to open the game.

    Gallatin tied it up with a run in the bottom of the first on a single and an error by the Warriors.

    Neither team scored in the second inning but Gallatin broke open the game in the third inning with five runs to lead 6-1.

  • HCHS teams start strong

    With one month of the season under their belts, the Henry County High School baseball and softball teams are off to an encouraging start.

    The Lady Cats are 9-3 after going 3-1 in Florida last week.

    The Wildcats are 10-2 after going 3-0 in the Valley Invitational.

    The two teams are doing it with slightly different styles.

    The Lady Cats have had good pitching but mostly they are relying on a lineup that can hit from top to bottom. Nine of the ten batters with a significant number of at-bats are hitting over .300.

  • Hall wedding

    Tiffany O’Bryan and Travis Hall were married on March, 18, 2017, at Westport Baptist Church in Oldham County.

  • Campbellsburg Community Center hosts Easter egg hunt
  • Eminence wins two divisions at regional Robotics Challenge

    Students from surrounding counties traveled to South Oldham Middle School to compete in the Regional Student Technology Leadership Program NXT Robotics Challenge on March 18, according to information from Eminence Independent Schools’ Sherry Curtsinger.
    Eminence Elementary team, Bella Coffee and Gentry Stivers, earned the title of Regional Champs.

  • Eminence’s technology teams advance to state

    The E-Mazing Maker’s Instructional Showcase advanced to the state Student Technology Leadership Program, after the Eminence STLP teams traveled to the University of Louisville in the fall to showcase the projects, according to a news release from Sherry Curtsinger of Eminence Independent Schools.
    Eminence’s projects included:

  • Porter selected for Craft Academy

    The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University has selected 60 students for its Class of 2019, including one from Henry County.

  • Maximize your hay storage with these timely tips

    Spring is here and hay fields are starting to pop. This means livestock producers should be preparing for hay season.
    Our county produces excellent quality forages and great hay, but no matter how great your forage is, if it is stored improperly, your hay will be wasted.
    The first step of preventing hay loss is to bale hay at the proper percentage of moisture.