.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Local Buzz - Oct. 10, 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.
    The Church of St. John Chrysostom will offer the “Rite of Christian Invitiation of Adults (RCIA)” class this year. If interested in learning more about the Catholic church, call Father Mike Tobin at (502) 257-7557 or Deacon Butch Kinsella at (502) 257-7561.

  • Eminence Elementary kids excel in leadership, receive certificates
  • Hundreds attend Regional Beef Field Day

    I want to thank Johnny Allison and his crew at Allison Acres Charolais for hosting the 2018 Regional Beef Field Day.
    Johnny and his crew did a fantastic job setting up for the field day, and I am greatly appreciative of all their help.
    We had around 300 individuals attend the 2018 Regional Beef Field Day, and Johnny and his crew were the main the reason why the field day was such a success.
    I also want to thank the Henry County Cattleman’s and other cattleman’s groups for providing the dinner. Thank you for all of your hard work.

  • 4-Hers learn water, forestry, wildlife at academy

    During the last week in September, the Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences Academy held its fall retreat at the Lake Cumberland 4-H Educational Center in Jabez, Kentucky. During the retreat, over 50 middle school students attended and learned about different natural resources.
    The academy is a three-year commitment in which the students concentrate on a different resource every year. The first-year scholars learn all about water while the second-year scholars concentrate on forestry and the third-year scholars are educated on wildlife.

  • Staying power keeps homemakers up-to-date

    SUBMITTED

    The week, beginning, Sunday, Oct. 14 has been chosen to celebrate state homemakers.
    Henry County has a rich heritage of homemakers programs in the county. Bina Foree was the first home demonstration agent to serve the county beginning in 1939.
    Franklinton was the first club that was organized in the county, and Bina recalled that the club was a close-knit group and there was not a single soul there that was not related to someone else.

  • EHS finishes with 10 wins in a row

     sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Taylorsville Oct. 1 for a rematch with the Lady Bears who defeated them 2-0 at home Aug. 20.

    This time the Warriors, who came in with seven straight wins, returned the favor with a 2-0 victory.

    The Warriors won the first set 25-18 and took the second set 25-23.

    EHS Coach Ed Sweeney was very pleased with his team’s performance.

  • Hadden, Klempner compete at state

     sports@hclocal.com

    Henry County Wildcat golfers Alex Hadden and Isaac Klempner made their second appearance at the KHSAA state golf tournament last weekend.

    Hadden was returning after making it to Bowling Green in his freshman season. Klempner went last year as a sophomore.

  • Lady Cats beat Collins, ACHS

     sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to Collins Oct. 1 to take on Collins and won, 4-1, for their first-ever win over the Lady Titans.

    Collins played a compact defense as the Lady Cats controlled possession. The Lady Cats won a corner kick on the left side with 33:40 left in the first half and took advantage of it. Janey Thompson curled the ball toward goal and the ball deflected off a Collins defender and went into the goal.

  • HCHS defeats Demons 1-0 in finale

     sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County closed out the regular season Thursday night in the pouring rain with a 1-0 victory over the Williamstown Demons.

    Jacob Sanders scored from just outside the penalty box from the right side with a left-footed shot into the upper right corner of the goal with 23 minutes to play in the first half.

    With the weather deteriorating the Wildcats and Demons could hardly mount an attack as it became hard to see with rain pouring down so hard at times.

  • Bardstown speeds past Wildcats, 35-14

     sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Wildcats hosted Bardstown Friday night and after a defensive first half that saw the game tied going into the locker room, the Tigers opened it up to win by three touchdowns.

    The Tigers started the game backed up to their own three-yard line by good kick coverage from the Wildcats. But they soon had pushed the ball out to midfield. After an interference penalty on the Wildcats gave the Tigers a first down at the HCHS 32, the Tigers stalled as a holding penalty backed them up.