Today's News

  • Wildcats fall to North Bullitt in season finale


    The Henry County Wildcats soccer team hosted North Bullitt Thursday night and got off to a slow start in flosing to the Eagles 11-3.

    North Bullitt scored their first goal on a ball over the top to a forward who streaked toward goal and scored from close range with 37:25 left in the first half.

    The Eagles added four more goals in the next 17 minutes to lead 5-0 before Henry County began to get into the game.

  • HCHS runs at Titans Classic


    The Henry County cross country team ran at Collins High School Saturday in the Titan Classic.

    Kayla Harger had another good race with a 12th place finish in a time of 21:51. Lilly Golden finished the race in 31st place in 23:32.

    In the boys race, Keegan Kurtz led the Wildcats with a 37th place finish in a time of 19:14. Avery Stivers finished 64th in 20:39.

  • Anderson County defeats Lady Cats



    The Henry County Lady Cat soccer team finished its regular season on the road in Lawrenceburg Oct. 5 and lost to the Lady Bearcats 5-0.

    Anderson scored early when they dribbled through the Henry County defense to get an easy goal.

    The second goal came shortly after the first on a corner kick.

  • Sports Brief-Lions Club to host mud bog

    The Henry County Lions Club will host a mud bog Oct. 22 at the Henry County Fairgrounds at 6 p.m.

    Admission is $10. Children five and under will be admitted free of charge.

    For more information contact Ashley Williams at (502)513-8124.

  • Golden resigns from New Castle

    At the October meeting of the New Castle Commission, Linda Golden, who has been a commissioner continuously since Jan. 2009, submitted her resignation. In her tenure, Golden served on several of the town’s committees including personnel, MainStreet and economic development and fire and safety. She has also volunteered for many years on the town’s festival committee. Here, city attorney Joe Yates gives Golden a hug and thanks her for her time and dedication to the city of New Castle.

  • Absentee voting is underway in in Kentucky

    Absentee voting is now under way for Kentucky’s Nov. 8 general election, according to a news release from the Kentucky Secretary of State’s Office.
    Individuals who may be eligible to vote by mail-in absentee ballot include:
    • Military personnel, their dependents, and overseas citizens
    • Students who temporarily reside outside the county
    • Voters who temporarily reside outside Kentucky (e.g., vacationers)
    • Voters who are incarcerated but have not yet been convicted

  • Adams celebrate 50 years

    Scott and Dianne (Woods) Adams will celebrate their 50th Golden Wedding Anniversary on Oct. 15. They married on October 15, 1966, in Jamestown,Tenn.
    Scott Adams retired from Arkema in Carrollton and Dianne Adams is retired and a homemaker.
    The couple have five children, Billy Adams, Campbellsburg, Terry Adams, St. Louis Mo., Kenny Davenport, Shelbyville, Betty Rodgers, La Grange and the late Mary Ann Herrell.

  • Club will take an interest in Pinterest

    By Cathy Toole

    Henry County Extension Service

  • Ways to keep the water flowing in winter

    By Levi Berg

    Henry County Extension Service

  • KEHA Week celebrates Homemakers clubs

    Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association Week is Oct. 9 through 15 with the goal of celebrating our 1,000 clubs statewide.
    The association is a volunteer organization that works with the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service to help improve the quality of life for families and Kentucky communities through leadership development, service and education.
    The week recognizes and celebrates their contributions to their community and the state during the past year.