Today's News

  • Rebels blank Wildcats in district tourney


    The Henry County Wildcats took on the Owen County Rebels at Gallatin County in the 31st District tournament May 23rd and could not overcome a strong pitching performance from the Rebels’ Cameron McAnally.

    McAnally also did the only damage needed at the plate with an RBI double in the second inning.

    Henry County managed only three hits and four base runners for the game as McAnally struck out 13 batters.

    Jaydon Berry, who started on the mound for the Wildcats, was almost as sharp as McAnally after a rocky start.

  • EHS falls in bottom of 7th


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Warsaw to take on the host Gallatin County Lady Wildcats in the first round of the 31st District tournament May 22 and got off to good start.

    The Warriors scored two runs in the top of third inning to lead 2-0.

    Clarice Wilkerson reached safely with one out before Alexis Shields doubled to score Wilkerson. Faithe Axline advanced Shields to third when she reached on an error before a groundball by Emilie Ethington scored Shields.

  • Warriors beaten by Gallatin


    The Eminence Warriors’ season ended at Gallatin County in the 31st District tournament as the Wildcats defeated them 10-0 in six innings.

    Sophomore Braedin Hinkley started on the mound for the Warriors and kept his team close through four innings. The Wildcats scored one run in the second, two in the third and two in the fourth before breaking out for four runs in the bottom of the fifth. Gallatin County ended the game early with a run in the sixth.

  • Sports Briefs

    All district tournament teams

    Lilly Golden, Gracie Golden, Nikki Perkinson and Haley Peyton of Henry County were named to the 31st District all-tournament team.

    Eminence’s Feven Kruer was also named to the team.

    Henry County’s Jaydon Berry and Blake Prather were named to the 31st District baseball all-tournament team along with Marshall Metten from Eminence.

    Future Wildcat Soccer Camp

  • Youth should enter their 4-H projects in the Henry County Fair contests


    The Henry County Fair will be here before you know it, and now that school is out you may be looking for a creative way to use your time.  Please consider working on a few entries for the fair.  

  • Country Ladies Extension homemakers named ‘2017 Club of the Year’


    The Henry County Extension Homemakers celebrated their 79th annual meeting this past week at the Extension office.  

  • McManis and Yount graduate from JCTC


    Hunter McManis and Jared Yount graduated from Jefferson Community Technical College on May 9 with associates degrees in applied science. They both completed their degrees through the Kentucky Federation for Advance Manufacturing Education (KYFAME) Program. They were also part of the first class to graduate this program from JCTC. 

  • Yount earns masters
  • HCPS recognizes students who had perfect attendence

     Educators with Henry County Public Schools recently recognized students from across the county who set the standard in participation for the 2016-2017 school year with the Earl Holmes Perfect Attendance Award. Recipients broken down by school include:

  • Men’s Health Fair set for June 3 at Jewish Hospital Shelbyville


    Jewish Hospital Shelbyville, part of KentuckyOne Health, will hold its 17th annual Men’s Health Fair on Saturday, June 3, from 8 a.m. until noon at the hospital, located at 727 Hospital Drive in Shelbyville, according to a news release.