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Today's News

  • On to winter sports

    Winter sports are upon us as basketball will get into the exhibition season, and wrestling will get into full swing now that football is over.  
    I thought that I would go over one more time the fall sports before we move on.  
    Boys soccer began the season with a new coach and a fast start.  
    As the season wore on, the boys’ struggled some but came on at the end to give a good accounting for themselves.  
    The Fillies soccer was supposed to be good and did not disappoint.  

  • HCHS Fillies Volleyball
  • Furnish earns national FFA office

    Harrison County’s Gracie Furnish has made history as an HCHS FFA alum.
    Last week she was elected to a national office at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.
    Furnish is one of six officers who were named on Saturday to hold the office for a one-year term. Furnish will serve as vice president of the Eastern Region.
    She is from a Harrison County farming family. She is the daughter of Brian and Amy Furnish.

  • Breds end season with 40-13 home loss to Western Hills Friday

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Friday night was a first for both Western Hills and Harrison County. It was the first time that Western Hills defeated the Breds in football in 12 tries.  
    Friday’s game was closer in the first half than the experts had predicted as the Thorobreds offense picked up more yardage than in the two previous games combined.  

  • Pharmacist receives 8 years in federal prison

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    A former Cynthiana pharmacist will be serving 85 percent of an eight-year prison sentence issued in federal court last week.
    Michael Ingram, 37, entered guilty pleas in July 2017 on 2015 federal indictments that detailed his involvement in conspiracy to distribute Oxycodone and money laundering.

  • Thorobreds return four starters to improve on last year

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Coach Larry Kendall has his 2017-18 version of Harrison County Thorobreds working on improving on last year’s 6-26 record. The Breds were 38th District champions, however, with that record that is never easily achieved.  
    Kendall said he believes that Pendleton County will be the main competition in the 38th District again this year but also said that Nicholas County can never be counted out.

  • Holiday Tree-Shaped Cheese Ball

    3 packages (8 ounces each) cream cheese, softened
    4 cups shredded Cheddar cheese (16 ounces)
    2 tablespoons basil pesto
    1 tablespoon grated onion
    1/4 teaspoon yellow mustard
    Red pepper sauce
    1/4 cup finely chopped parsley or cilantro
    1/4 cup pine nuts or sliced almonds
    2 tablespoons chopped red bell pepper
    Piece of lemon peel, if desired
    Assorted crackers, if desired

    Steps

  • Donation - Harrison County Retired Teachers Association
  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, Nov. 2
    Paper Crafting: Scrapbooking and Card Making. Thursday, Nov. 2 at 11 a.m. Pre-registration is required. Call the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library at 859-234-4881 to register.
    World Explorers. Thursday, Nov. 2 at 4 p.m. for families with children in Pre-K through 1st grade at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library.
    Bookmobile. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library Bookmobile will be available Thursday, Nov. 2. at Claysville Store at 10:30 a.m.; Eastside Laundry, 12 p.m.; Suds Laundry, 12:30 p.m.

  • ‘Harvest Hymns’ and random thoughts

    The other day someone congratulated our features editor, Sarah Gatling, on her promotion, which was nice, except she didn’t get a promotion.
    Sarah said if she got a promotion she’d like to be promoted to potentate -- that sounds like a cool thing to be, she said.
    It reminded me of the hymn, “Crown Him With Many Crowns,” in which Jesus is called “the potentate of time,” and also reminded me that a few years ago, Sarah gave me a very old hymnal, copyrighted in 1924, called “Harvest Hymns.”