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.
    May 8 – At 1:20 a.m., a non injury accident was reported on KY 36. Juanita Harvey was traveling on KY 36 when she lost control of her vehicle and damaged two yards and struck a culvert before coming to a final rest.

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding May 3, 2012
    Bradley A. Rice, 1988, arraignment; burglary-second degree, criminal mischief-second degree, theft of controlled substance, 2 counts theft of legend drug-first offense or value under $300; bonded.
    April Asher, 1980, show cause hearing; contempt of court; paid, remand.
    Antonio Gonzales, 1967, contempt hearing; theft by deception-include cold checks under $500; guilty plea entered, $10 and costs.

  • School Menus

    May 21-25
    * Menus subject to change due to weather and delivery.

    MONDAY: Egg on English Muffin or PopTart/Yogurt or Cereal/Toast
    Fruit Variety, fruit or juice, variety of milk.
    TUESDAY: No School
    WEDNESDAY: Sausage Biscuit or PopTart/Yogurt or Cereal/Toast, fruit or juice, variety of milk.
    THURSDAY: French Toast Sticks or PopTart/Yogurt or Cereal/Toast, fruit or juice, variety of milk.
    FRIDAY: No School


  • Property Transfers

    Thomas E. Taylor and Debbie A. Taylor to the City of Cynthiana, property on Mill Street, $105,000.
    Kenneth Leach and Hazel W. Leach to Kenneth Ray Leach and Laura Leach, property on Boyers Chapel Road.
    Beverly C. Miller Living Trust U/A to Gregg Currans and Shelia Currans, property on Twin Creek Road, $3,366.
    Bettye Marshall, Beverly C. Miller Living Trust U/A to Gregg Currans and Shelia Currans, property on Twin Creek Road, $109,194.
    St. Andrew Lodge F&AM to Danny J. Clapp and Patricia Clapp, property on US 62 and Ky. 19, $5,000.

  • Cynthiana man killed in Monday morning wreck

    A 22-year-old man was pronounced dead on the scene of an automobile accident located on New Lair Road Monday morning.
    According to Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy Robert Peak, Austin Galbreath was traveling south on New Lair Road in his 1995 Ford Mustang, when he hydroplaned due to wet road conditions.
    “The driver lost control and exited the roadway,” said Peak. “The vehicle then struck a wooden plank fence before coming to a final rest.”

  • Crossword Puzzle


    1. Felipe _____, Formula One racer
    6. Holiday helper
    9. *This Harvard team rows on Boston’s Charles River
    13. “Get _ ____ job!”
    14. Be a witness
    15. *East side of Jersey
    16. Catherine Middleton’s new accessory
    17. ___ capita
    18. *Native of Des Moines
    19. Like a black-tie event
    21. *In the middle of the U.S.
    23. Often comes before “out”
    24. 8 to Caesar

  • Breds win 11th straight with a 21-8 blow out against Fleming

    Starting pitcher Xavier Carter weathered a four run top of the first and went on to secure the victory in Harrison County’s 21-8 win over Fleming County Monday night. Only one of the five runs Carter gave up was earned as the senior dynamo stepped out of his usual relief role to win the game as the starter.  

  • Power hitting leads Fillies over Bourbon County 6-2 Monday night

    Both pitchers gave up eight hits, Harrison County’s Tracey Hicks even walked two more batters than did Haley Wagner for Bourbon County but in the end timely and powerful hitting led the Fillies to victory 6-2.  

  • Breds first, Fillies second in last regular season meet

    Harrison County’s boys won 11 events and finished second in four others as they won the Harrison County All Comers Meet Thursday defeating eight teams.
    The Fillies finished second of nine teams winning three events and taking three seconds. Scott County won the girls’ event gathering 151 points to 114 for the Fillies
    Hannah Thomas won the 400M dash and also ran a leg on the victorious 1600M relay quintet. She was joined in that race by Haley Carr, Sabreena Strickland, and Jessica Alas.

  • Kearns named to 10th Region Basketball Hall of Fame

    1966 Harrison County High School graduate Jimmy Kearns was named to the 10th Region Basketball Hall of Fame in ceremonies in Mason County in April. Kearns was unable to attend the festivities so he was presented his plaque by Coach Mike Reitz who nominated him for the honor.