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  • Gunshot kills Harrison teen

    Grief counselors were at Harrison County High School Monday following the death of a classmate.

    Nicholas William Cochran Wyatt, 15, was found dead at his home on Sky Lane about 8:20 p.m. Friday, according to Det. Nate Moore of the Kentucky State Police.

  • Marching Thorobreds qualify for state semifinals

    The Harrison County Marching Thorobreds competed at Madison Southern High School in the KMEA State Quarterfinals on Saturday, Oct. 23.

  • FURNISH THE FUTURE

    It’s been a long time coming, but local college officials are ready to move forward, despite the lack of a state funding commitment.

    The compromise is a scaled down version of the original expansion plan for Maysville Community and Technical College and to solicit the help of the community.

  • Graham finishes first again

    It was her third race in as many years… each one just a little sweeter.

    Mandie Graham ran her first race without knowing there was an awards program honoring cancer survivors and their placement in the race.

  • 10 years after ‘Survivor,’ Kentucky Joe says he would and could do it again

    By Bryan Marshall, LCNI News Service

    It’s been 10 years since Rodger Bingham went from a high school teacher from Crittenden to being known nationwide as “Kentucky Joe.”

  • Meth lab found in backyard

    A Cynthiana family had to go through a series of decontamination processes after finding a meth lab in their back yard Monday evening.

    Cynthiana Police Chief Ray Johnson said his officers were called at 6:15 p.m. to 408 W. Pleasant St. where suspicious materials were discovered inside of a tent.

  • Academic Briefs

    LAMBERT

    Harrison County High School senior Samantha Lambert was recently awarded with a $5,000 Jesse Brown Memorial Youth Scholarship, which is one of the top awards in the program supported by Ford Motor Company Fund, for her work with local area veterans, volunteering at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Lexington. She was one of only 12 students in the entire United States to get one of these scholarships.

  • STOCKING THE LAB

    Harrison County High School science teachers and students unloaded boxes over fall break this week.

    Lots of boxes.

    Part of a 3M Foundation grant, science classes at the high school received $20,000 of equipment.

    “We were so excited,” said HCHS chemistry teacher and science department co-chair Jessica Smith.

    Earlier this month, Smith said, the boxes of flasks, balances and other equipment were delivered to her classroom, along with a human dynamics cart, an oven for drying chemicals and an up-to-code acid cabinet... just to name a few.

  • MOPping together

    They don’t have vacuum cleaners or dusters, brooms or Windex.

    These mothers have MOPS.

    “The main philosophy with MOPS is for no mother to be alone,” said the local MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) coordinator Cassie Moses.

    The group gathers on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month for fellowship, devotion, a speaker and usually a craft.

    “It’s a support system,” Moses said before last Thursday’s meeting at Indian Creek Christian Church.

  • Marching Thorobreds finish strong at Mason Classic

    The Marching Thorobreds have not competed since Sept. 18, and on Saturday, Oct. 9, they were ready to show the improvements made during those three long weeks. 

    Their efforts certainly paid off as they earned a first place finish in class 4A at the 29th annual Mason County Band Classic. 

    The color guard was also named as the top guard in class 4A, and was only a breath behind Lloyd Memorial for taking the overall color guard trophy.