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Today's News

  • HC JV falls to North Bullitt; Defeats Western Hills
  • Coach's Corner-Enoch Welch

    Basic bio

    Age:

    39

    Birthplace:

    Winchester, Ky.

    High School:

    George Rogers Clark

    College:

    EKU (undergrad), Georgetown (masters)

    Teaching position:

    Health and Physical Education

    Coaching Background:

  • Sports Brief-HCIT set to Begin

    Henry County High School will host its annual invitational tournament Dec. 26-28.

    This year six teams will play in a two-pool format with the teams in each pool with the best record meeting in the championship game on Dec. 28 at 8 p.m.

    Henry County will play in Pool A with Trimble County and Western Hills. Pool B features LaRue County, Bishop Brossart and DeSales.

    Dec. 26 will feature a matchup between Henry Co. and Trimble Co. at 8 p.m.

    Dec. 27 there will be six games throughout the day starting at noon.

  • Warriors fall to Model

    The Eminence Warriors would probably just as soon forget their trip to Richmond on Saturday to take on the Richmond Model Patriots. The Warriors were without leading scorer Jalen Dixie, who is serving a two-game suspension for his ejection in the Henry County game, and DeMarcus Bailey who sprained his ankle in practice on Thursday night.

    Add to that what Coach Chris Nethery described as a lack of effort and poor shooting and you have a recipe for a blowout loss, which is what happened to the Warriors as they fell to the Patriots 60-31.

  • EHS Girls Drop Two

    The Eminence Warriors girls’ basketball team hosted the Collegiate Amazons on Thursday night and fell 57-22.

    The Warriors got off to a slow start as they struggled with the Amazons’ full court press. Collegiate scored on layups off their press mixed with 3-point shots and free throws to take a 19-1 lead after the first period.

    The game continued on the same path to start the second quarter as Collegiate scored the first seven points to make it 26-1.

  • Public records week of Dec. 11

    Marriages
    Stephany Barr, 24, Pleasureville, to Steven Gallentine, 23, Pleasureville.

    Divorces
    Daniel Keith Barr, 26, of Florida, Stephany Barr, 24, Pleasureville.

    Property Transfers
    Gayla and James Maroney, Bedford, and Joyce Monroe, Bedford, to Apostolic Penetcostal Church of Campbellsburg, Campbellsburg, two tracts: tract 1 one house and lot in town of Old Campbellsburg, tract 2 house and lot in town of Old Campbellsburg for $110,000.

  • Students of the Week

    Eminence Elementary
    Abelardo Reza

    4th grader Abelardo Reza

    What is your favorite subject?

    Math. I like multiplication and in our math class we make pizzas and build birdhouses.

    What do you do for fun?

    I play football. I play right tackle and nose guard. I also play basketball and soccer.

    What do you want to be when you grow up?
    I haven’t really thought about it.

  • It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

    By Pat Wallace
    Henry County Chamber of Commerce

    Our towns are decorated for the season, and even bad weather does not keep Christmas from coming to life. Don’t forget to shop small businesses and local this year and keep the money in

    Henry County.
    There are many unique items that will please even those that you never know what to buy. Gift certificates are available at most stores as well.

  • Three Port Royal residents take plea deal

    Three Port Royal residents took a plea deal in a 2012 meth case involving five people.

    Kentucky State Police arrested William Abbott, 22, Patrick Miller, 25 and Edna Zoeller, 39, Friday, June 8, 2012, after conducting a ‘knock and talk’ to serve an arrest citation at 9610 Maddox Ridge Road.

    State police found lithium strips, starter fluid and cut up batteries in a burn pit about 10 feet from the back door of the home and Michael A. Byers of Eminence was arrested and Troopers found him hiding in a false wall in the home.

  • Buy Local this Christmas

    By Lance Minnis

    This is not an article about the over commercialization of the holidays. For one, we all know it’s the case, yet few of us change our habits. No, I recognize that I and probably most of you are going to go nuts this Christmas. I love to give gifts to my family. I like to surprise them with things they wistfully mentioned six months ago, and see the looks on their faces when they open that exact thing they wanted. And for me, one of the most important and satisfying things I do is to buy as much as I can locally. Let me tell you why.