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Today's News

  • Eminence Warriors Cheerleaders

    Varsity Roster

    Seniors

    Keilee Jones-Hunter

    Marissa Warner

    Juniors

    Maya Dalton

    Nekalya Higgins

    Rebekah Lynn

    Taylor Payton

    Sophomores

    Tina Morales

    Jadah Redmon

    Amber Scales

    Coach

    Amanda Dalton

  • Wildcats golf team wins Pikeville tourney

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County boys golf team had a busy week with four tournaments in eight days and their trip to Eastern Kentucky Saturday to play in the Pikeville Invitational tournament turned out to be the highlight.

    The Wildcats shot a team score of 302 to beat a 15-team field.

    Alex Hadden won individual honors with a five-under par 67. Will Peyton finished with a 76, Isaac Klempner shot 77 and Wyatt Pittman rounded out the team score with an 82. Maddox Klempner played as the team’s fifth golfer and shot 100.

  • Lady Cats start season at Collins tourney

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Lady Cats opened the 2019 golf season at the Shelbyville Country Club Aug. 5 in the Lady Titans Invitational.

    The young Lady Cats finished with a team total of 463 as two players, seventh-grader Addison Miskell and freshman Lizzy Hansen, played their first 18-hole high school tournament.

    Sophomore Carleigh Peyton shot a 91 to lead the team.

  • And away we go – fall sports underway

    With golf and soccer already underway, and the rest of the local fall sports teams opening their seasons next week, it is time to take a look at what is on offer for the high school sports fan in Henry County.

  • Hope Health Clinic providing medical care to those in need

    BY LOGAN KUNSELMAN

    Landmark News Service

    Medical care is a necessity of life, just as important as food and shelter. Yet, for too many people, even primary healthcare can be prohibitively expensive. For those struggling to obtain healthcare, the Hope Health Clinic in La Grange is looking to change that.

  • Whitney to get weekend jail; Lam referred to federal court

    Roderick Whitney received three days in the Oldham County Detention Center for MCR violations during his latest Henry County Circuit Court appearance Aug. 8.

    This was Whitney’s second MCR violation — a pre-trial diversion program that in this case required the defendant to undergo ongoing drug testing, stay away from minors and victims and register as a sex offender.

  • Sludge farm operator had past violation

    By Jacob Blair

    Landmark News Service

    A company looking at starting wastewater operations in Trimble County was cited earlier this year by the Kentucky Division of Water for violations at an already existing operation.

  • Odd Fellows finally receive resolution

    A Pleasureville man charged with stealing from the Eminence Odd Fellows chapter accepted the commonwealth’s offer to plead guilty to a decade-long crime.

    Richard Rynes pleaded guilty on Aug. 8 to theft by unlawful taking all others $10,000 to $1,000,000, a Class C felony after he unlawfully took from the Odd Fellows Lodge from Jan. 1, 2008 through May 1, 2016. He was arrested on May 30, 2016.

    Rynes allegedly “wrote checks from the Odd Fellows lodge account that is located in Henry County to himself,” according to court records.

  • Blessing or piling on?

    A planting season with daily heavy rainfall hampered Henry County farmers from sowing crops this year and farmers wished for drier weather.

    Due to highly saturated ground, many farmers in Henry County planted late. Some reported a total crop loss, while others planted partial fields due to low-lying areas within fields.

    But recent dry weather affects farmers, too.

    In farming, each season brings the possibility of feast, famine and everything in between.

  • Second Wind makes dreams come true

    Submitted by Second Wind Dreams