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Today's News

  • Warriors' comeback falls short

     sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors hosted Owen County Friday and came back from an early 8-0 deficit before losing 12-11 in extra innings.

    Owen County scored two runs in the first, three in the second and three more in the third as the game began to look like it would last only five innings due to the 10-run rule.

    But Eminence rallied for four runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to get back in the game.

  • EHS loses to Lady Rebels, 8-5

     sports@hclocal.com

    The Eminence Warriors hosted the Owen County Lady Rebels Friday evening in a district seeding game and after taking an early lead lost 8-5.

    The Warriors got into trouble when two base runners reached for the Lady Rebels in the top of the first but they were able to escape without giving up a run.

    In the bottom of the inning, the Warriors scratched across a run. Alexis Shield led off with a double to left field.

  • Cats, Warriors compete in NCKTC

     NCKTC track results for HCHS and EHS

     

    Boys

    100M-5th Chris Mertz HCHS 12.86, 6th Angel Rivera HCHS 13.78, 7th Eli Montero EHS 14.09, 9th Logan Rice HCHS 14.31

     

    400M-6th Scott Williams HCHS 1:12.20, 7th Logan Rice HCHS 1:16.41

     

    800M-5th Michael Soto EHS 2:51.94

     

    1600M-7th Chris Mertz HCHS 6:03.46

     

  • Lady Cats lose to Trimble, 5-2

     sports@hclocal.com

    The host Trimble County Lady Raiders built an early 5-0 lead against the Henry County Lady Cats and then held on for a 5-2 win Thursday.

    Henry County got two runners on with two outs in the first inning. Lizzie Young singled before Savannah Russell reached on a error that allowed Young to advance to third base. But a ground out ended the threat.

  • Basketball Wizardry at Henry County High

     The Harlem Wizards entertained a crowd of about 1,100 people April 25 in the Roy L. Winchester Gymnasium at Henry County High School. The event was a huge hit with young and old alike and provided funds for the Class of 2019’s Project Graduation.

    Henry County teachers, alumni and community members known as the Henry County Hippies provided the “competition” for the Wizards. 

  • Diabetes prevention class set to begin

    The North Central District Health Department will host an ongoing diabetes prevention class, Prevent T2, at the Henry County Health Department, from May 3 to Aug. 23, beginning at 5:30 p.m., according to a press release.
    The Prevent T2 lifestyle change program can help participants lose weight, become more physically active and reduce stress.
    This is a year-long program with weekly meetings for the first six months, then once or twice a month for the following six months.
    For more information, contact the health department’s Lauren Wright or Amanda Stoess at (502) 633-1243.

  • Several retired teachers represent local schools at convention

    More than 400 leaders of the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association attended the 50-year anniversary state convention April 24 in Louisville, including several from the Henry County Retired Teachers Association, according to a news release.
    The theme was Teamwork: That’s What We Do! Issues covered included legislation, retired teacher advocacy and humor.
    Speakers included Tim Abrams, executive director of the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association, who discussed “The Importance of KRTA.”

  • McDonald’s in La Grange makes donation to JROTC
  • Eminence congratulates distinguished and proficient students

    Eminence Independent Schools honored students who scored Distinguished and Proficient on the state’s KPREP exam at an awards ceremony for students, parents and friends last Tuesday night.  

     

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  • Ag-Themed Commute

    Henry County High students, this year joined by members of the community, drove their Massey-Fergusons and their John Deeres to school May 1 as part of a larger, week-long celebration of agriculture in the community.