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Education

  • Head Start Celebration
  • Harrison County students awarded Farm Bureau scholarships

    Joshua Dillon Pulliam, Audrey Michelle Ramsey, and Alexander Lynn Barnett, all seniors at Harrison County High School, are the recipients of a $1,000 college scholarship from Harrison County Farm Bureau. Erin Michelle Bradford received a $1,000 college scholarship for the Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation.  

  • Academic briefs

    McVEY
    Cynthiana student Allison McVey was awarded a Master of Education from Lipscomb University at the conclusion of the spring semester 2014.
    McVey, a graduate from Cynthiana, studied Instructional Practice and has completed all the credits necessary to graduate, said university President L. Randolph Lowry.
    The May 3 commencement ceremony marked the largest graduating class in Lipscomb’s history as the university awarded 659 degrees.

    MORGAN-SANDERS

  • Kid’s College to begin July 7 on the Hilltop

    Along with T-Ball, Little League, and the county fair, Kid’s College is one of Cynthiana’s annual anticipated summer activities.
    July 7-11, there will be over 100 Kid’s College students on the Hilltop finding their classes, meeting new friends and re-connecting  with old ones.
    Lee Ann Cockrell, Kid’s College director, and Lennie Kinney have spent many hours planning and working out details in order to present new and exciting material for the ‘college’ kids.

  • Rotary Volunteer Winner
  • Academic briefs

    Jared Cummins completed all on-line requirements of the Harrison County Second Chance Program and received his high school diploma at the close of the 2014 school year.

  • Academic briefs
  • Academic briefs

    DIXON
    Madison Dixon of Harrison County is one of six Kentucky students who has been awarded a $500 scholarship from Kentucky American Water’s Ripple Effect Scholarships.

  • United Preschool Graduation
  • Kentucky students to compete at Skills USA Championship in Kansas

    Students from Kentucky will be traveling to Kansas City, Mo. on June 24 for the 50th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference.
    This weeklong event in Kansas City will culminate in the Skills USA Championships on Wednesday, June 25 and Thursday, June 26. Six-thousand plus students will compete hands-on in different trade, technical and leadership fields.
    SkillsUSA is a national organization, serving high school and college students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations, including health fields.