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Today's News

  • It’s never wise to mess with a mom

    This past week I wrote a story in the Chronicle about a baby born 14 weeks premature who faces all kinds of health problems.
    That she survived at all is a miracle, and her family, especially her grandmother, knows that this baby, Hannah, is a gift from God.

  • A gift from Mrs. Polly

    I was reading this past week of the death of Garo Yepremian, former member of the Miami Dolphins professional football team. He was very instrumental in assisting the Dolphins win back to back NFL championships  during the early 1970s.
    Yepremian was a native of Cyprus. He came to the United States at the age of 22 and had the distinction of kicking in the first football game he ever saw.
    During this time in my life, Anna and I were living in Paris, Ky.

  • Just another bump in the road

    Since accepting a job offer with the University of Kentucky earlier this month, I envisioned my column for this week to have been the one that broke the news to Harrison County.

  • Kentucky Crushed Stone Association elects new officers

    Bryce Walker, The Walker Company, Mt. Sterling, Ky., was elected Chairperson of the Board of the Kentucky Crushed Stone Association (KCSA) at the group’s recent annual business meeting. Walker succeeds Mike Law.
    Chosen to serve with Walker were: Vice-Chairperson, Jason Gabbard, The Allen Company, Lexington, Ky. and Treasurer, Kevin Holloway, Quality Stone and Ready Mix, Inc., Shepherdsville, Ky.

  • Sports beat

    Fillies Soccer Camp
    to be held June 8-10
    The 2015 Fillies Soccer Camp will be held June 8-10 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Lebus Soccer Field for age 4 years to 6th grade. Cost of the camp will be $50.
    Campers will all receive a fun and wholesome soccer experience. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt during the course of the four day camp.
    For more information contact Kevin Gaunce at 859-588-7053. Make checks payable to HCHS Fillies Soccer.  Pre-registration is preferred but registration the day of camp is acceptable.

  • Stroub signs letter of intent
  • The University of the Cumberlands (Harrison County South)

    I am going to give my opinion about “Deflate Gate” in a while, but first The University of the Cumberlands.  
    There have been several Harrison County graduates head to Williamsburg to further their education and play ball of some kind. However, the influx of Thorobreds at this time is becoming a large part of the baseball program.  

  • Fillies third, Breds fifth in Friday’s region track meet

    Harrison County Fillies track star Kassidy Cook took two first-place finishes and one second-place finish to lead the Harrison County Fillies to take third place in the Class AA, Region 4 Track Meet.
    Based on the team’s finish at the meet, held Friday at Scott High in Covington, the Fillies will send eight girls in eight separate events to Friday’s state meet at the University of Kentucky.  

  • Fillies’ regular season closes with rainout, loss to Montgomery County

    Rain, which has wreaked havoc for much of the regular softball season, wrecked the Harrison County Fillies’ hopes of closing out the regular season with a win.
    The Fillies’ round robin tournament with Johnson Central and Estill County on Saturday was cancelled due to multiple downpours.  
    Estill County and Johnson Central are quality teams, but the Fillies would have been favorites to win both games.

  • Fillies beat Lady Devils 16-0, host Lady Jackets Wednesday

    The Harrison County Fillies took the first step toward another 38th District title Tuesday as they eased by the Robertson County Lady Devils, 16-0, in three innings.  
    The Fillies improved to 22-8 with the win while Robertson County closed the season with a 1-10 record.
    The Fillies made quick work of the game scoring two runs in the first and then plating 14 more in the next two innings for the easy win.  
    Wednesday’s championship game will be the third time that the Nicholas County and Harrison County girls have faced off this season.