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Today's News

  • Engagements

    Darius and Sandy Louden of Campbellsburg announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Carmen F. Louden to Travis A. Leap, son of Donna Ritch of Lakeland, Fla., and Bill and Rose Leap of Vevay, Ind.

    The bride-elect is a 2006 Kentucky Community and Technical College system graduate  and is employed as a waitress and model.

    The groom-elect is a 1997 Vincennes University graduate and is employed as a contractor.

  • Petition seeks new stoplight

    Drivers in Henry County could see a stop light at the intersection of Ky. 55 and Ky. 22 in Eminence, if residents circulating a petition have their way.

  • BIRTH - Alexias Ann-Marie Jackson

    Travis Jackson and Whitney Setters both of Eminence, announce the birth of their daughter, Alexias Ann-Marie Jackson born March 10, 2011 at Baptist Hospital Northeast. She weighed 6 pounds 9 ounces and was 20 inches long.

    Grandparents are Paul and Shirley Setters and Randy and Debbie Jackson, all of Smithfield.

    Great-grandmother is Frances Jackson of Eminence.

  • It’s been 13 years for UK?

  • Ladycats split first two games

    The Henry County softball team split its opening two games — both 31st District outings — and its three games at the Queen of the Bluegrass at Fairdale this past weekend will most likely not count because the tournament provided illegal umpires not certified by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association.

  • Warriors to open seasons

  • Cats open track season with team win

  • HCHS Softball

    On the opening day of practice Feb. 15, the Henry County softball players found themselves in an unusual spot — on the softball field.

    Matt Wright, who was an assistant coach for the Ladycats from 2006-08 and took over the head coaching position before last year, said he cannot remember a year when the players were able to actually get on the field that early, from day one, and he hopes the extra time will pay off. The weather usually plays havoc on these early-season practices, but this year has been the best in a while.

  • EHS Softball

    After finishing last season with the most wins in six seasons, the Eminence softball team is looking to have an even better year in 2011.

    In Bill Covington’s first year in charge of the program, the Warriors were 7-18 — the most wins since the 2004 squad at the same record — and lost to Anderson County in the opening round of the 30th District tournament.

  • HCHS Baseball

    The Henry County baseball team did not have many expectations entering last season and the 2-8 start backed it up. But by the end of year, coach Austin Hunsaker called it an overachieving season.

    The Wildcats built up steam as the 2010 season progressed and ended up exactly where they wanted to be — playing their best baseball entering the postseason.