Today's News


    After 20 years of waiting Eminence Warriors sports fans can celebrate a district championship.

    In front of a raucous home crowd on Oct. 24, the Warriors’ volleyball team defeated the Carroll County Lady Panthers 25-17, 25-18, 25-20 to take the 31st District Championship and set off a celebration that has been a long time coming.

    The last time the Warriors celebrated a district title in any sport was in 1993. Then, the Warriors girls’ basketball team defeated the Shelby County Lady Rockets for the 30th district championship.

  • Warriors fall to Frankfort

    The highly rated Frankfort Panthers came to Eminence Friday night and proved why they are a contender for the State Class A title this year, defeating the Warriors 58-0.

    The Panthers came into the game with a record of 6-2. Their only losses were to two larger schools — Bullitt East, 21-7, and Franklin County, 51-36. The Panthers beat Shelby County 27-14 and enjoyed blowout victories over district foes Paris and Bracken County.

  • Lady Cats nipped by Lady Braves

    As 31st District champions, the Henry County Lady Cat soccer team hosted the Grant County Lady Braves on October 20 in the first round of the 8th Region tournament. The Lady Cats came out and gave a strong performance against a team that had beaten them 4-1 earlier in the season, but eventually fell 2-1.

    Neither team created many chances during the opening 10 minutes but with 28:22 remaining in the half, the Lady Cats struck first.

  • Lady Cats season cut short by Lady Panthers

    The Henry County Lady Cats’ season ended Oct. 22 when they traveled to Eminence to play the Carroll County Lady Panthers in the first round of the 31st District tournament.

    The Lady Panthers prevailed in four games, 25-22, 25-23, 20-25, 25-21 in a contest that was close throughout.

    In the first game, both teams started with a case of opening-round nerves as neither team could string together a rally. Hitting errors and service errors marred the start as both teams struggled to get in a rhythm.

  • Wildcats fall to Dragons

    The Henry County Wildcat soccer team traveled to Crestwood on Oct. 20 for their first appearance in the 8th Region Tournament and fell to the South Oldham Dragons, 9-0.

    The Cats held the Dragon in check for the first 15 minutes of the game but then South Oldham poured on the goals, scoring four in quick succession.

    Before the half had ended, the Dragons were up 7-0.

    “They just had too much speed,” coach Bobby Jameson said. “There was a huge speed gap between the two teams.

  • Sports Brief- Henry County Youth Basketball sign-ups

    Henry County Youth Basketball sign-ups will be from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Nov. 2 at the Henry County High School gym. Students in kindergarten through 6th grade are eligible. For more information contact William Peyton at 502-321-7776.

  • EHS Student Athlete of the Week-Daphna Dale

    Daphna is a freshman on the Warriors volleyball and softball teams.

    Parents Stephanie and William Dale.

    What do you do for fun?

    Hang out with friends and being with my family.

    How about school clubs?


    Favorite school subject and why:

    Algebra because everything comes easy to me and I like math a lot.

    Favorite TV shows:

    Friday the 13th.

    Favorite Movie:

    The Blindside.

    Favorite music style/artist:

    Country/Brantley Gilbert.

  • HCHS Student Athlete of the Week-Chris Redmond

    Chris is a senior on the Cats’ soccer team.

    Parents Kevin and Missy Redmond.

    What do you do for fun?

    Hang out with friends.

    How about school clubs?

    Beta, National Honor Society, FCA and TSA.

    Favorite school subject and why:

    Math because I’m really good at it.

    Favorite TV shows:

    The Walking Dead.

    Favorite Movie:

    I like action movies.

    Favorite music style/artist:

    Rock/ I like all sorts of rock music.

    Favorite food:

  • Haunted house?

    Every town has a collection of haunted tales hinged on horrific, historical happenings and the buildings that house them. But they don’t all  have a paranormal group actually investigate those places.

    Sight and Sound Paranormal came to the Henry County Courthouse last Friday night and Oct. 16 to investigate claims ranging from disembodied voices, footsteps, doors slamming, objects being thrown down hallways and an elevator that moves on its own .

  • Halloween attraction benefits shelters

    By Brad Bowman


    Brandon Graves wants to help animals… and scare you to death while he does it.

    Graves, 11, got his dog Lucky, a Cockapoo, from the Henry-Trimble County Animal Shelter after a raid on a local puppy mill in 2011.