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Today's News

  • Light Up Eminence warms community hearts
  • Movie filmed in Henry County to be screened Friday

    Submitted by Bree Heightchew

    Public Relations Liaison for "The Hepburn Girls"

    On Friday, Dec. 7, all those with pride in the heritage of Henry County are invited to come out and enjoy a showing of "The Hepburn Girls," a film written by Ashley Raymer-Brown, a former student of Eminence Independent Schools and current president of the award-winning community theatre, The Theatre Downstream.

  • EHS wins two of four

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors girls’ basketball team opened the season with two important district seeding games and fell on the road to Gallatin County Nov. 27 and at home to Owen County the following night.

    Gallatin 70 EHS 54

    The Warriors started strong against the Lady Wildcats and led by 10 points at one time before settling for a 16-13 lead at the end of the first period.

  • Lady Cats come back

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Lady Cats led for three periods in their season opener against visiting Dayton before falling behind in the fourth quarter by as much as six points only to come back in dramatic fashion to win 58-56.

    Senior Madison Dockter led the way for the Lady Cats with 18 of her game-high 29 coming in the final period.

    The Lady Cats got six points from Docktor and five points from Kaylee Tingle in the opening period as well as a 3-pointer from Ella White to take a 14-11 lead at the end of the first period.

  • Bearcats defeat Wildcats

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Wildcats opened the 2018-19 season by hosting Anderson County Nov. 27. The Wildcats got off to a slow offensive start and never recovered as Anderson County built a 16-point first half lead before hanging on to win by 15.

    It took two minutes for the first basket this season in the Roy L. Winchester Gymnasium to be scored. It was a 3-pointer that gave Anderson County a lead they would relinquish only once in the game a few minutes later.

  • HC swimmers improving

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Wildcats swim team participated in their second meet of the year at the Family Activity Center in Shelbyville Nov. 28. The Swim Cats competed against Collins and Oldham, Shelby and Spencer counties and came away with a fourth place overall finish. The girls team was third of four teams while the boys were fourth of five teams.

  • Warriors drop two games

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors opened the season at home against Shelby County Friday and fell to the Rockets 75-34.

    Shelby County scored the first six points of the game before Marshall Mettin hit a runner in the lane for the Warriors’ first two points of the season. The Rockets went on to lead 16-8 at the end of the first period.

  • Secret Santa baskets to be given to special senior citizens; donations still needed

    By Taylor RIley

    news@hclocal.com

    Seniors are sometimes the most overlooked group of needy persons during the holiday season.

    Isolated, older men and women find that they are lonely during the colder months but with donations from a charitable cause, they might not feel so forgotten.

  • Eminence Independent Schools EdHub recognized for design, functionality

    The Eminence Independent School EdHub designers, Studio Kremer Architects, won recognition at the 2018 Kentucky Society of the American Institute of Architects annual ceremony recently for the open, windowed space.

    Kremer won in the Community Impact Excellence in Architectural Design under $5 million category.

    Included in the citation for the EdHub project are landscape architect CARMAN, structural engineer Slesser Engineering, mechanical and electrical engineer Kerr-Greulich Engineers and construction manager EH Construction.

  • Eminence Independent Schools EdHub recognized for design, functionality

    The Eminence Independent School EdHub designers, Studio Kremer Architects, won recognition at the 2018 Kentucky Society of the American Institute of Architects annual ceremony recently for the open, windowed space.

    Kremer won in the Community Impact Excellence in Architectural Design under $5 million category.

    Included in the citation for the EdHub project are landscape architect CARMAN, structural engineer Slesser Engineering, mechanical and electrical engineer Kerr-Greulich Engineers and construction manager EH Construction.