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Today's News

  • Middle School soccer
  • Azaleas in the sun

    Did you know that azaleas and rhododendrons are essentially the same thing? They are both members of the rhododendron genus; they have similar blooms and similar cultural requirements.  
    Some say the primary difference between the two is the number of pollen-bearing stamens:  rhods have 10 or more per flower and azaleas have only five.  
    The rhododendron genus is divided into five main groups:  Large-leaf rhods; small-leaf rhods; Vireya rhods; deciduous azaleas; and evergreen azaleas. The latter two are our primary concern here.  

  • Local KY-ASAP Board receives award

    The Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy and the Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policy has awarded the Bourbon-Harrison Local KY-ASAP Board the 10-Year Celebration and Achievement award for outstanding accomplishments in providing substance abuse education, prevention, treatment and law enforcement initiatives for the past 10 years.
    The award was presented Thursday, March 1 at the 1st Presbyterian Church, 517 Pleasant St., Paris, Ky.

  • Breds end streak, rout St. Henry 11-1 in five innings

    A two-game losing streak isn’t much for many teams, but it seems much longer to the Harrison County High School baseball program.  
    Add to the scenario that the steak came after six straight wins on the road and it is even more unlikely.
    That is all in the past now as the Thorobreds got back on track Tuesday night beating St. Henry’s Crusaders 11-1 in five innings.
    The game started poorly for the Breds as starting pitcher Justin Nutter was wild in the beginning walking the first two batters and throwing a wild pitch.  

  • Breds edge Scott High in eight innings, drop two at home

    After playing solid defensively for six straight victories, the Harrison County Thorobreds gave up 10 unearned runs in two games losing two straight at home after defeating Scott High on Thursday night, 3-1, in eight innings.  
    The Breds dropped a 12-9 decision to Covington Holy Cross on Friday and then returned to the diamond Saturday to lose to Grant County, 7-4.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    March 16 – At 10:19 p.m., Anna M. Ishmael, Berry, reported that her rental home on Old Lair Road was damaged and appliances were taken. The value of the missing or damaged property is $2,500.
    March 16 – At 10:43 a.m., John Nichols, of the Cynthiana Pawn Shop, 318 Church St., reported that two women came into the store. While one talked with Nichols at the front counter, the other went to the back and took items from the shelf, leaving the store without paying.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    March 23 – At 3:10 p.m., an injury accident was reported on KY 1032. Albert Alcorn was parked on KY 1032 because he ran out of fuel and was struck by a vehicle driven by Melissa Lawrence.
    March 28 – At 3:20 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on KY 1842. Jeffery Wurtz rounded a curve and was hit head on by a vehicle driven by Charles Jones.
    March 27 – At 5:25 a.m., a non-injury accident was reported on KY 1842. Stephanie Neace struck a deer.

  • Fillies ice the Lady Bears in six Tuesday

    It was an 11-1 night on the Hilltop as the Harrison County Fillies joined the Breds in defeating their opponent 11-1 in varsity action.  
    The Fillies defeated Bracken County at Shirley Field in a game that was very similar to the action taking place on the adjacent baseball diamond.
    Bracken County scored in the top of the first off starter Tracey Hicks to take an early 1-0 lead. Hicks and Jami Davis combined for the next five innings to shut the Lady Bears offense down.  

  • Mike’s Minute

    Congratulations to the Kentucky Wildcats on the eighth national championship.  
    The young men spent their year in Lexington wisely, working hard and blending with a couple of more veteran players to make a really good team.   
    They deserve the accolades that are coming their way and will for the most part reap huge rewards when they go on to the next step in their professional career.
    How about the National Anthem before the championship game? I don’t think it was the worst rendition I have ever heard, but it is in the top three.  

  • PROPERTY TRANSFERS

    Marcella Ann Crouch Laytart to Brian Allen Laytart, property on US 27.
    Jimmy Edwards and Julie Edwards, Joshua Ely Edwards, James Patrick Edwards to Southern Conservation Corp, property on Claysville Road, $135,000.
    Estate of Harlo M. Henson, by and through Sharon Henson and Desha Henson, Co-Executors, Sharon Henson and Arlo Desha Henson and Elizabeth P. Henson to Southern Conservation Corporation, property in Harrison County, $149,000.