Today's News

  • LVBPW hosts annual Equal Pay Day event

    The annual Equal Pay Day event is held each year as a reminder that it takes an extra three and one-half months for women to make the same as our male counterparts do in 12 months. Women make 77 cents to every one dollar men make.

  • 2012 Prom Court
  • harriCYN Theatre presents:

    The harriCYN Community Theater will present Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers” Friday and Saturday, April 27-28, at the historical Rohs Opera House.
    Now with two major productions under the belt of the harriCYN Community Theater, Director Bill Caywood looks to add to the growing success of Rohs by taking audiences back to 1942 in Yonkers, NY, where they will be left laughing and crying the night away.

  • HCHS April Students of the Month
  • Sleeping teen’s vehicle taken from Nunnelley Road prom party

    A car was stolen from a post prom party on Nunnelley Road in southern Harrison County.
    According to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department, an automobile was reported stolen on Sunday, April 22, following a prom party.
    “I responded to 148 Nunnelley Road in reference to a stolen vehicle,” said Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy Robert Peak. “When I arrived, I met with the mother and her son, who had borrowed the car from his father to drive his date to the prom the previous night.”

  • EKU Dean's Award
  • STLP state champions

    Army National Guard Pfc. Kyle J. Wurtz has graduated from the Basic Field Artillery Cannon Crewmember Advanced Individual Training course at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.

  • Classmates gather for 50th year reunion

    Flipping through the pages of an old leather bond yearbook, one will see many faces.
    How they went and where they went to high school is much different from how many others have gone.
    Many of the names are not remembered and some have gone on to do great things that stamp their names in the pages of history forever.
    In 1962, a tradition was put to rest that began back in September 1872.
    That tradition included teaching students in the graded areas of Latin, analysis, surveying, mental philosophy and history.

  • He will bring me safely home

    I am notorious for my lack of a sense of direction.
    Just the other day one of our photographers at the newspaper caught me going south when I should’ve been going north to an assignment.
    He laughed about it, as did I. But there have been many times I’ve given him wrong directions to an assignment and he hasn’t laughed.
    Even with a GPS and written directions I still get it wrong six out of 10 times.