Today's News

  • Fillies fall to Scott High Thursday to end regular season at 29-6

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    Harrison County’s volleyball Fillies ran into one of the state’s top teams Thursday night and came out on the short end of a 2-0 decision.  
    The Scott High Lady Eagles improved to 26-8 with the 10-25, 14-25 straight set win.  Junior Kelly Franxman was the leader for Scott with multiple kills as she lifted her 6’3” frame over the net for several slams.  

  • Sports Beat

    Harrison County beats
    Bourbon JV/frosh
    Monday night was what Harrison County fans hope was a preview of this Friday as the junior varsity/freshman team defeated their Bourbon County counterparts, 20-8.  
    The Breds scored two rushing touchdowns and one by air to outscore the Colonels. Tyler Watts caught a touchdown throw from Quentin Pratt. Pratt and Keondre Powell each ran for a score for the Breds.  Dylan Lewis picked off a pass from Bourbon County for the Breds’ defense.
    HCMS basketball Fillies end season

  • Fillies win district with 6-0 victory over Mason County

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County Fillies played in Mason County Wednesday but it felt like a home game as the Fillies were home on the scoreboard and mastered the game like they were playing at home.  
    The match on paper appeared to be fairly even but the only thing even was that both teams started with eleven players.

  • Sports This Week

    Oct. 19- Oct. 26

    Friday, Oct. 21 vs. Bourbon Co. Senior Night 7:30 PM
    Monday, Oct. 24 Freshman Championship

    Cross Country
    Thursday, Oct. 20 Harrison Co. Invitational Cynthiana CC

    Fillies Soccer
    Tenth Region Tournament (H)
    Wednesday, Oct. 19 vs. winner of Bourbon Co./Brossart   6 PM
    Saturday, Oct. 22 Regional Championship 2 PM

    Fillies Volleyball
    38th District Tournament (H)
    Thursday, Oct. 20  Championship  6 PM

  • Fillies roll into district championship with straight set win over Robertson County

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County volleyball Fillies won their 30th game of the year with a three-set win over Robertson County Tuesday evening.  
    The Fillies won 25-8, 25-12, and 25-15 over the Lady Devils in the opening game of the 38th District tournament played on the Hilltop.  
    Robertson County finished the season with an 11-18 record while the Fillies advance with a 30-6 mark.

  • Extra waterfowl blind drawing set for mobility-impaired hunters; Department will accept applications Nov. 1-15

    Doug Travis Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Hickman and Carlisle counties will hold a special quota hunt for one blind accessible by mobility-impaired hunters.
    This opportunity became available after the publication deadline of the current Kentucky Hunting Guide for Waterfowl. It is not listed with the other mobility impaired quota hunts cited in the guide.

  • Crossword Puzzle Solution
  • Crossword Puzzle

    1. *One should accompany young Trick or Treaters
    6. “Victoria’s Secret” purchase
    9. Marine eagle
    13. “West Side Story” character
    14. Distinctive quality
    15. “Pulling my leg,” e.g.
    16. Venomous slitherer
    17. Dashboard acronym
    18. Big tops
    19. *Like a house to avoid
    21. *Halloween alternative to black
    23. Cul de ____
    24. Type of test
    25. Sis’ sibling
    28. Coarse file
    30. Centers, old-fashioned

  • Community & Employment Opportunities expands services in assisting persons with disabilities

    Community & Employment Opportunities (CEO) has expanded its services in Harrison, Scott and Bourbon counties. In addition to working with persons with intellectual disabilities, CEO can now assist persons with other types of disabilities.
    CEO is a local non-profit employment agency that specializes in helping individuals who need assistance in finding and continuing in employment.

  • Community Trust Bank offers tips to thwart Ransomware attacks

    October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

    Individuals and businesses have become targets to a growing online fraud scheme known as ransomware. Ransomware is a form of malware used by cyber criminals to freeze your computer or mobile device, steal your data and demand a “ransom” -  typically anywhere from a couple of hundreds to thousands of dollars - be paid.
    Ransomware poses great risks to individual computers or laptops, enterprise networks and or servers used by government agencies, financial institutions and other businesses.