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Today's News

  • Back to School - 2008-2009 HCHS schedule check and new student registration

    Henry County High School students may pick up schedules through Thursday, July 24. Students will need to go to Henry County Middle School to pick up the schedule. Students will need to pay school fees of $55 before picking up schedules. If a student receives free or reduced lunch, this fee does not have to be paid. The times for schedule pick ups at the middle school are:

    Wednesday, July 23, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    Thursday, July 24, noon to 7 p.m.

  • Showcasing: Local crafts

    Staff writer/photographer

    Sweet Home Spun is a 150-acre family owned and operated sheep farm, wool, knitting and retail enterprise on U.S. 421 just 1.2 miles south of Pleasureville. It is the life’s work of JoAnn Adams, her husband Sam and son, Samuel.

  • Chris Nethery back at Eminence

    Sports editor

    After playing basketball at Eminence High School for four years in the 1990s, and spending a six-year coaching span between Berea and Gallatin County, Chris Nethery will return to his roots in Eminence to start his first head coaching position at the varsity level.

  • Varsity soccer team finally reaches HCHS

    Sports editor

    When the Henry County High School junior varsity soccer team took to the field last fall, it marked the first time a soccer team was represented at HCHS. Now, with a varsity team already practicing and games right around the corner, Henry has taken a monumental step and is leaving behind a trail of history along the way.

  • Barmore takes her game overseas

    Sports editor

    Thanks to a speedy and accurate right arm, Samantha Barmore got the opportunity to showcase her pitching skills in Australia this month — playing for Team USA in a 23-and-under tournament that included more than a dozen teams from Australia, New Zealand and the United States.

  • Great stories produced from Henry County

    Henry County athletics — on the high school, college and coaching levels — are on an upswing. Just look at the stories I had the pleasure of writing in this week’s paper alone.

  • Chrissy Roberts name EKU coach

    Sports editor

    Perhaps the best female athlete to ever come through Henry County, Chrissy Roberts has left a trail of success wherever she’s been.

  • Harvest Showcase is set for July 26

    News Intern

    Known as the largest all-local all-agricultural festival in the state of Kentucky, the Henry County Harvest Showcase is quickly approaching.

    The event will be held at the Henry County Fairgrounds Saturday, July 26.

  • H.C. Board of Education visits construction site

    Staff writer/photographer

    Henry County Board of Education Chairman Harold Bratton had more than a few questions for the architect and construction manager of the Henry County High School renovation project.

    Bratton questioned Architect Kelly Crocker and construction site manager Darrell Hayden on a list of change orders up for board approval.

  • Smith family looking toward the future

    General Manager

    Under normal circumstances, 8-year-old Tyana Smith is like most children her age.

    She loves Hannah Montana, cheese pizza, McDonalds and the colors pink and purple. A second grader at New Castle Elementary School, Tyana’s favorite school subject is spelling.

    On a recent family pool outing, Tyana had fun splashing around her two brothers and two half-brothers.

    According to her mother Peggy Smith, Tyana normally is quite active, and it’s not uncommon for the second grader to run around doing flips and cartwheels.