Today's News

  • 4-Hers learn about Kentucky trees and forests

    Fourteen Henry County 4-H members joined over 25 other youth from Breckenridge, Hardin, Nelson, Shelby and Woodford counties on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest to participate in the annual fall Forestry Field Day.
    The 4-H youth had the opportunity to learn about Kentucky’s trees and forests as well as a few of the skills that real-life foresters utilize everyday while on the job.

  • Public Record - Oct. 24, 2018

    Juan Perez, 38, Eminence — arrested Oct. 15 on Smithfield Road for operating a motor vehicle under the influence, first
    Jordan Hill, 22, Nashville, Tennessee — arrested Oct. 15 on La Grange Road for operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license; carrying a concealed weapon; fleeing or evading, first, on foot; fleeing or evading, first, motor vehicle; criminal mischief, first; wanton endangerment, first, police officer; receiving stolen property; and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon

  • Local Buzz - Oct. 24, 2018

    Church activities
    Sulphur Christian Church meets from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. each Wednesday.
    Drennon Christian Church meets from 6 to 8 p.m. most Wednesdays. Check the Facebook page for the current schedule.
    Life Church will hold Sunday service at 1 p.m. at La Grange Presbyterian Church, 1931 Prestwick Drive in La Grange.

  • Lady Dragons end Lady Cats' season


    The Henry County Lady Cats saw their most successful season ever end Oct. 15 at South Oldham High School after a spirited first half defense was finally broken down.

    South Oldham started out with plenty of possession and attacks but the Lady Cats’ defense and goalkeeper Allison Johnson held firm until 3:05 left in the first half.

    Johnson had six saves before the goal and South Oldham took 11 shots in total when they finally beat the Lady Cats.

  • Clinton comes back on Warriors


    The Eminence Warriors showed no ill effects of the three-hour trip to Albany Friday night as they jumped on top by two touchdowns. But as the game wore on the visitors found it hard to keep up with the Clinton County Bulldogs.

    The Warriors missed their first opportunity to score when their first drive was stopped on a play to get one inch on first down on the first series of the game.

  • EHS falls in regional tournament


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Independence Oct. 15 to take on the host Simon Kenton Lady Pioneers in the first round of the Eighth Region Volleyball tournament and fell 3-0.

    The first set was tight with Simon Kenton pulling out a 25-20 win.

    “The ladies really came out in the first set competing at a very high level, likely the best we’ve played all season,” EHS Coach Ed Sweeney said. “I was so impressed with the intensity, hustle and efficiency on both offense and defense. It was a great set.”

  • Waggener whips wildcats


    When the Henry County Wildcats hosted Waggener High School Friday night, they did so without several regulars who are out with injuries and it showed as the visitors jumped on top early and never looked back.

    Waggener started their first drive with a 46-yard pass to the Wildcats’ 14-yard line. After two running plays netted two yards, Waggener hit for a 12-yard touchdown pass over the middle. The extra point kick was good to make it 7-0 with 9:19 left.

  • Cross Country Cats hosts NCKC


    The Henry County High School cross country team hosted the North Central Kentucky Conference championships Oct. 16 at the Henry County Recreational and Services Park.

    Williamstown dominated in the boys’ team results with all seven of their runners finishing in the top 12 to earn all conference awards. Their team score of 16 points was one point away from a perfect score. The Demons’ Wyatt Gatewood took the individual title in a time of 18:00.

  • EHS advances to regional tournament


    The Eminence Warriors hosted the 31st District volleyball tournament last week and defeated the Henry County Lady Cats to advance to the Eighth Region tournament held at Simon Kenton this week.

    The Warriors got off to a good start in the first set when they took a 6-1 lead. Henry County called a timeout at that point and came back out stronger as they reeled off five straight points to tie the score.

  • Lady Cats second in district tourney


    The Henry County Lady Cats faced the host Gallatin County Lady Wildcats Oct. 8 in the 31st District tournament and came away with 10-0 win to secure a spot in the finals and earn a place in the Eighth Region tournament.

    Presley Crowe got the scoring started early when she scored from 10 yards out after receiving a pass from Megan Abney with 38:54 left in the first half.

    Seven minutes later Crowe made it 2-0 when she dribbled in from the left corner to score at close range after receiving a pass from Mikaela Flowers.