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Today's News

  • Conservation District presents awards program

    The Henry County Conservation District Board of Supervisors co-sponsors each fall with Farm Bureau Federation, a Conservation Art/Writing Contest for all students in the Henry County and Eminence school systems. Entries are collected from the schools and are judged by District Board and others. County winning entries are sent to the Kentucky Division of Conservation in Frankfort to be judged at the Area/ State level.

  • Cats go 1-2 in Valley tourney

    The Henry County Wildcats played in the Valley Invitational tournament last week and dropped their first two games before defeating the hosts in their final game. The tournament was scheduled to wrap up on Thursday but rainy weather caused the final games to be cancelled.
    Trigg Co. 7 HCHS 2
    In the opening game of the tournament the Cats jumped out to a 1-0 lead against Trigg County. The game seesawed back and forth with Trigg County going up 4-2 heading into the sixth inning.

  • DeBurger slugging for Transy

    When Krista DeBurger played softball for the Henry County Lady Cats most fans that followed the team thought of her as a pitcher first. But DeBurger was also one of the best hitters on the team in her senior season and she is using her hitting prowess to make a big contribution to her college team, the Transylvania Pioneers.

    DeBurger, a freshman, is leading the team in home runs with five, batting average (.396) and RBIs (18). She also leads the team in slugging percentage and on-base percentage.

  • UK's improbable run to the finals

    I have to say it again. I didn’t see it coming. The Kentucky Wildcats’ gave me no indication that they could make a glorious run to the championship game of the NCAA tournament.

    When you look at the regular season run-in all you see is losses and lackluster performances.

    On Feb. 27, the Cats lost to Arkansas in overtime. One might say losing in overtime to Arkansas isn’t so bad. But it was a home game. The Cats don’t lose SEC home games,but they did this year…twice. The Gators got ‘em by 10 points in February.

  • HCHS Student Athlete of the Week-Aly Stanley

    Aly is a junior on the Lady Cats’ softball team.

    Parents- Angela Foree Stanley and David Stanley

    What do you do for fun?

    Hang out with friends and family.

    How about school clubs?

    FBLA, Pep club, FOR club and Beta Club.

    Favorite school subject and why:

    Math, it just comes easy to me.

    Favorite TV shows:

    Pretty Little Liars and The Bachelor.

    Favorite Movie:

    The Lucky One.

    Favorite music style/artist:

    Country/none.

    Favorite food:

  • Henry Hoopla

    83 points
    Devin McIntosh
    82 points
    Shelly McAlister
    80 points
    Margaret Capito
    Brent McAlister
    74 points
    Craig Meadows
    Danny Meadows
    Linda Gregory
    73 points
    Tyler Truman
    Michael Brent
    Tyler Shryock
    Blair Yancey
    Kyle Heightchew
    71 points
    Sherry Watts
    70 points
    Chic Willhite
    Mickie Brent

  • Fighting libraries is counterintuitive

    If I were to take a poll of all of Kentucky, I wonder how many people would tell me that they had never used a library for anything. My guess is very few. Libraries are the sort of institutions that you use without ever realizing how important they are, and how strange life would be if they weren’t there.

  • Social Security isn’t revenue

    Thomas Massie

    U.S. Congressman

  • Vote for what you believe so we know where you stand

    Jon Park

    Henry County GOP Chairman

    James 5:12 says “let your yes be yes and your no be no.  Stand up for what you believe. 

  • Letters to the editor

    The Iceman Cometh

    The Iceman, the Snowman, the Zerotemp man cometh to Henry County over and over again during the last few months. Incredibly beautiful pictures of the stark white landscape only served to bring complaints of power outages, frozen water pipes, missed school days. The list goes on and on. Since we choose to live in a rural area, with all the advantages it has to offer, sometimes the disadvantages get the better of us.