Today's News

  • Eminence girls snap 19-game streak

    Snapping a 19-game losing streak that dated back to Dec. 7, the Eminence girls’ basketball team beat Portland Christian on Friday night, 39-28, for its second win this season.

    The Warriors opened the 2010-11 season in early December with a loss to Henry County, then beat Evangel Christian before dropping the next 19 games. They entered this week, the final one of the regular season, at 2-20.

  • Ladycats enter their final week even at 11-11

    Dropping their final 31st District game of the regular season and beating a 16-win team the following day, the Henry County Ladcyats are even at 11-11 entering the homestretch — their final week of the regular season.

    The basketball team lost to Gallatin County (44-39) on Friday night, then came back on Saturday to beat Kentucky Country Day (46-34). The Ladycats play three games this week and open the district tournament, which they host, next Tuesday against Owen County in their final chance to make some noise this season.

  • Gallatin gives Henry its first 31st District loss

    Without much riding on Friday night’s outcome, and neither team wanting to show much of what they have, Gallatin County gave visiting Henry County its first 31st District loss this season, 46-42.

    Henry was perfect at 5-0 in district play leading up to Friday night and had already secured the top seed in the district tournament. Regardless who won, Henry would play Carroll County in the opening round, Gallatin would play Owen County, and the winners would meet in the championship.

  • Three straight for Warriors

    With consecutive wins over Carroll County, Williamstown and Portland Christian last week, the Eminence boys’ basketball team strung together another winning streak and its 10 wins this season is the most since 2006.

    The Warriors beat Carroll (50-33) last Tuesday night, Williamstown (53-52) on Thursday and Portland Christian (67-59) on Friday to improve to 10-16 on the season. Eminence’s 2005-06 squad was 14-13, which marked the last time EHS finished with a winning record.

  • Localbuzz

    Arts & Crafts

    Free adult scrapbooking offered at the Eminence Community Life Center from 10 a.m. to noon, on Thursdays.

    Blood Drives
    Red Cross blood drive will be held from 2:30-6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 22, at New Castle Christian Church., 260 S. Main St. and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Eminence Independent School.

    Chamber of Commerce
    The Henry County Chamber of Commerce will hold a networking dinner on Tuesday, March 29.

  • Irresponsibility at heart of animal control

    Animal control can be a large expense to county and metropolitan taxpayers, and there is one central reason why: irresponsible pet ownership.

    Basically, overcrowded animal shelters and overwhelmed animal-welfare groups are cleaning up messes made by people who refuse to do the right thing when it comes to their pets. Trust me, I know exactly how expensive this can be.

    Over the past eight years or so, Trimble and Henry counties had been paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Kentucky Humane Society to handle local animal control.

  • What is a Chamber of Commerce?

    We are delighted to be part of the business page in the Local, and this month we want to share some information as to what the Chamber does in Henry County.  The Chamber is a volunteer organization of the businesses, industries, churches, civic organizations and individuals whose main objectives are to promote and protect the economic well-being of the communities and to help build better communities.  The

  • Unemployment in Henry County drops below 10%

    According to figures released by the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training, the jobless rate in Henry County for Decembe 2010 was 9.9 percent. That is down from 10.2 percent a year before, and down from 10.3 percent in November 2010.

    Unemployment rates fell in 84 Kentucky counties between December 2009 and December 2010, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training, an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

  • Stahl & Helm to headline in Corydon

  • Federal law signals change in workplace culture

    By Mary Meehan
    Kentucky News Content Service

    A new federal law requiring employers to make accommodations for breast-feeding mothers will represent a big shift for some Kentucky companies because few have comprehensive plans.