Today's News

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    The following information from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office indicates drivers and/or owners whose vehicles were involved in accidents.

    Oct. 6 – At 6:01 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on Lower Curry Road. Robin Gloy reported to the sheriff’s office that someone had damaged her fence.
    Oct. 7 – At 6:37 a.m., a non-injury accident was reported on Oddville-Sunrise Road. David Tumey was traveling on Oddvile Sunrise Road when a cow crossed in front of his vehicle causing him to hit the cow.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Sept. 28 – At 2:02 a.m., police were called to a disturbance on First Street. Candis Mitchell was cited for disorderly conduct.
    Sept. 28 – At 3:06 p.m., Conrad Fritz reported that he had checks stolen from his home and that they had been written for $1,131.44 at Walmart. Warrants were issued for Chelsey Durbin and Shawn Whisman.
    Sept. 30 – At 8:35 a.m., Daryl J. Lail reported that a trailer was stolen from his yard at 27 Raintree Drive.

  • Northside Awards Celebration
  • 4-H Events

    Oct. 24: Harrison County 4-H Executive Committee, 4 p.m, HCEO
    Oct. 24: Harrison County Fair Committee meeting, 8 p.m., HCEO
    Oct. 24: Harrison County 4-H Center Board, 7 p.m. Harrison County Extension Center
    Oct. 28: 4-H Project records due to the Extension Center
    Nov. 1: Harrison County 4-H Council meeting, 6 p.m., Harrison County Extension Center
    Nov. 1: 4-H Crocheting Project Organizational meeting, 3:30 p.m.
    Nov. 2: 4-H Officer Training, 3:30 p.m., Harrison County Extension Office

  • Harrison County Invitational Cross Country meet postponed

    The Harrison County Invitational Cross Country meet, scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 20 at the Cynthiana Country Club, has been postponed.

  • Over the river and through the woods

    It’s 4.1 miles long and comes with a $24.3 million price tag.
    While some of The Walker Company’s work can be seen from the major roads along the by-pass route, the bulk of the work is out of sight.
    Tons of heavy equipment and earth are being moved along what will be the path of the Cynthiana by-pass.

  • Fillies advance with district win over Paris

    The Harrison County Fillies are playing their best soccer of the year according to Coach Kim Jenkins.  
    “We just need to stay focused and continue with our game plan, she remarked after the shutout of the Lady Hounds in Paris. “We are moving the ball nicely and communicating well, which is a good way to win matches.”  
    Good ball movement was the key to the 3-0 win over Paris Monday night.  
    Hannah Thomas scored the first goal of the game with around 12 minutes left in the half to give the Fillies the 1-0 lead.

  • Shootout in Montgomery puts Thorobreds in district championship

    The Harrison County Thorobreds rallied after a questionable goal gave George Rogers Clark a 1-0 lead in the second half to tie in regulation and go on to win 2-1 in a shootout Tuesday night in the 24th District semifinals.  
    The Harrison County squad dominated play in the first half outshooting the Cardinals 4-1 but had nothing to show for it as they went into the halftime intermission tied 0.  

  • GRC Classic brings out the best in cross country team

    There was one common theme for the Harrison County cross country teams, both the high school and middle school, in the GRC Classic Saturday in Winchester. That was each squad had their best team showings and some improved individual performance as well.
    The greatest success was with the middle school girls as they won the team title in the four-team event.  
    The middle school girls out ran Rowan County, Conkwright and Clark Middle to take the title by a 14-point margin.  

  • A change of heart

    Just because you can’t see her smile doesn’t mean Faye Prather isn’t smiling.
    After getting a second chance on life, the 61-year-old Cynthiana woman is sporting a big smile under her duck-bill sterile mask.
    It’s been two years of highs and lows. Unfortunately, the roller coaster ride isn’t over yet.
    On May 12, Faye received a heart transplant -- A day she calls her second birthday. However, she knows that this year will not be an easy one as her body adjusts to the new heart.