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  • HMH radiology receives ACR accreditation in CT services

    The HMH Radiology Department received re-accreditation by the American College of Radiology (ACR) in the Computed Tomography (CT) services. The program is accredited for the 64-Slice GE CT Scanner for adult and pediatric patients.

  • Harrison Memorial Hospital announces new expansion grand opening

    On May 19, 2017, Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) will host a rededication and grand opening of its recent multi-million-dollar expansion project and renovation. HMH would like to invite everyone to the HMH grand opening on Friday, May 19. The program begins at 3:30 p.m. at the HMH Front Entrance. Tours of the new area will be offered starting at 4 p.m. Light refreshments and gifts will be provided.

  • HMH ranked 9th in Best Places to Work in Kentucky

    Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) was recognized and honored at the Best Places to Work in Kentucky 11th annual Awards Dinner on April 26 at the Lexington Heritage Hall. The final rankings were announced at the event, and HMH ranked ninth out of 29 in the medium business category. For the past seven years, HMH has been ranked five times in the top 10.

  • Cynthiana Tractor Supply hosting semi-annual 4-H fundraiser

    Spring Paper Clover Campaign will help send thousands of KY 4-H students to camps, conferences and youth development programs.

    Tractor Supply Company, the largest rural lifestyle retail store chain in the United States, will partner with National 4-H Council for a nationwide in-store fundraiser to send thousands of students to 4-H youth development programs, camps and leadership conferences across the country.

  • Hart attends BCTC ribbon cutting
  • Community Service Block Grant Plan and Budget available for public review

    Community Action Council for Lexington-Fayette, Bourbon, Harrison and Nicholas counties announces that its 2017-2018 Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) Plan and Budget Proposal is available for public review. The plan reflects assessment of low-income community needs and the Council’s CSBG budget for July 1, 2016, through June 30, 2017, as well as projected outcomes for the same period.
    The 2017-2018 CSBG plan and budget proposal are available for review at the times and locations below:
    Community Action Council Administrative and Support Services Center

  • Community Service Block Grant Plan and Budget available for public review

    Community Action Council for Lexington-Fayette, Bourbon, Harrison and Nicholas Counties announces that its 2017-2018 Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) Plan and Budget Proposal is available for public review. The plan reflects assessment of low-income community needs and the Council’s CSBG budget for July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 as well as projected outcomes for the same period.

  • LBAR announces Harrison County real estate sales in 2017 first quarter

    Residential real estate sales by members of the Lexington-Bluegrass Association of REALTORS® (LBAR) positively impacted the Harrison County economy in first quarter 2017 with 34 reported sales totaling $3,773,664. Sales continue to be a driving force in Harrison County economy.

  • Industry Day a ‘win-win’ for students and businesses

    Garnett Furnish,
    EDA director
    CHEDA2020@gmail.com

    Last Thursday’s Industry Day was a “win-win” for students at Harrison ATC Kentucky Tech, HCHS and three local employers.
    E.D. Bullard, Cynthiana 3M and E-Z Pack hosted 15 Kentucky Tech seniors and 83 Harrison County High School seniors to separately showcase their companies as potential places of employment.
    For the students, many got their first taste of what these world-class companies could offer for their career track.

  • PSC ends state low-income subsidy for wireless phones

    The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) is revamping the state program that provides assistance to low-income telephone customers and refocusing it on meeting the needs of the mostly elderly and rural customers who rely on landline phones.
    In an order issued, the PSC said that it is faced with a choice of sharply increasing the surcharges that all phone customers pay to support the Lifeline program or reducing the subsidies offered by the program.
    “What is clear is that the program cannot continue in its current form,” the PSC said.