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Today's News

  • Breds take 3rd in Capital City Classic

    The Harrison County Thorobreds wresting team placed third out of 17 teams competing in the Capital City Classic last Saturday at Franklin County High School.

    Oldham County won the team title and Henry Clay was second.

    Harrison County sophomore Brandon Barnett was the lone Thorobred champion on the day, winning the 171 pound class with a perfect 4-0 record, winning each match by a fall.

    Barnett won his preliminary and semi-final matches with first period pins and his quarterfinal and final round match with second period pins.

  • Couple shares yoga with others

    “Inhale and reach... exhale... arms down.”

    When Mark and Donna Sims began practicing yoga three years ago, they knew they had come upon something that would change their lives.

    “The full benefits of yoga practice are numerous,” Mark said. “Increased energy, strength, and flexibility and improved focus constitute the primary benefits. Daily practice can also lead to noticeable physical changes including improved stamina and weight loss.”

  • Kamryn Nicole Hill

    Kamryn Nicole Hill

    Kamryn Nicole Hill was born to Amber Fryman and David Hill Jr. of Cynthiana on Jan. 4, 2009 at Harrison Memorial Hospital. She weighed 5 lbs. 12 oz., and is welcomed by her sister Amy Hill.

    Maternal grandparents are Monte and Barbara Fryman of Berry, Ky.

    Paternal grandparents are Alice and Robert Shanklin of Berry, and David and Linda Hill of Cynthiana; paternal great-grandmother is Pat Hill of Cynthiana.

  • 101 birthday wishes

    “Happy birthday to you... Happy birthday to you... Happy birthday dear Katie... Happy birthday to you...”

    Cedar Ridge residents, staff and guests sang to Katie Wilson Friday afternoon in celebration of her 101st birthday on Saturday.

    “Thank you, honey,” Katie said to the worker that presented her with a cake. “It’s just beautiful.”

    Maria Kuster, Cedar Ridge director of resident programs and activities, said at 101 years old, Katie was an inspiration to everyone at the facility.

  • Top-ranked Holmes downs Breds, 63-42

    On Saturday night in Covington, the Harrison County Thorobreds found out what it’s like to take on the best team in the state.

    Top-ranked Holmes (16-1) had little trouble taking care of the Thorobreds, jumping to an early lead and cruising to a 63-42 win.

    “In all reality, Holmes took it easy on us,” said HCHS Head Coach Mike Reitz. “This one could have been a  90-30 game or something like that.”

  • Harrison County Circuit Court

    HARRISON CIRCUIT COURT

    Judge Robert McGinnis

    presiding Jan. 6, 2009

    CRIMINAL CASES

    Doretha L. Hubbard, 1963, arraignment; costs waived, (amended), guilty plea entered, sentenced to 18 days in city jail.

    Kelly Michelle Jeffers, 1983, sentencing; flagrant non-support; sentenced to 2 years, probated 5 years, costs, remain in jail.

    Shannon Bills, 1982, pretrial conference; persistent felony offender-first degree; dismissed.

  • Harrison County District Court

    HARRISON DISTRICT COURT

    Judge Jay Delaney

    presiding Dec. 29, 2008

    PROBATE CASES

    In re: Paolo Lopez Ayala, other hearing; (name change), order entered.

    Estate of: In re: Donald Eugene Adams, probate hearing; order entered.

    Estate of Donald G. McDonald Jr., motion hour; (motion to amend), order entered.

    CIVIL CASES

    Whalen and Company vs. Henry Hogg, court trial; hearing held, forcible detainer granted, to vacate on or before Jan. 5.

    MISDEMEANOR CASES

  • January named School Board Member Recognition Month

    Harrison County Judge Executive Alex Barnett, left, signed a proclamation Friday afternoon declaring January as School Board Member Appreciation month. Barnett is pictured with school board chairman Ed Taylor.

  • Hospital gets golden nod on accreditation

    After a week-long on-site survey by its accreditation program, Harrison Memorial Hospital has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval.

    HMH Chief Executive Officer Sheila Currans said the commission’s survey results helped validate the success and high standards of the regional hospital.

    “We try to live by these standards,” Currans said about the regulations placed on the hospital by The Joint Commission, which has accredited HMH since 1973.

  • God allows wandering, but always knows how to get us back home

    For Christmas my husband bought me a GPS device for my car.

    I am notorious for my directional dyslexia, which I blame on my dad. When I was a kid he told me to get lost and, ever the obedient child, I’ve been doing so ever since.

    I don’t understand north. I know the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, but I couldn’t point it out to you. Orlando and Tampa are both south of where I live, but they feel northish to me.