Today's News

  • Breds golfers finish eighth in a 20-team Montgomery tourney

    The Harrison County Thorobreds golf team played in a 20-team tournament Saturday in Mt. Sterling finishing eighth in the large field.  
    “The finish was very good,” noted Coach Jason Crisp.  “Unfortunately, three of the teams that beat us are in our region.”  
    Jackson County was the overall winner shooting just a few strokes better than runner up Mason County.  
    George Rogers Clark was third followed by Bourbon County, Grant County, Montgomery County and the Thorobreds.  

  • Looking forward to it

    I remember an old friend of my dad. His name was Bill. I miss him.
    Years ago when I would visit my dad, the three of us would go to breakfast together. My dad and he would talk about the years that they worked together in air traffic control and the world war that they both served in.
    Bill had such a great attitude. He told me about how he and a German woman forgave each other.
    Bill met this woman who had a strong foreign accent. She told him that she was German. He then said, “You’ll have to forgive me.” She said, “Why?”

  • HCMS Fillies Basketball
  • Colts sweep pair from Bourbon County Thursday

    The eighth grade Harrison County Middle School Colts won their first game of the season Thursday night as they edged the Bourbon County Colonels 22-14.
    Defensive back/quarterback Quenton Pratt grabbed an errant pass thrown by Bourbon County’s Dalen Landrum and carried the ball 20 yards for the winning score with just two seconds left in regulation. Pratt then ran the ball in for a two point conversion to make the final 22-14 score.

  • Church News 9-1814

    On Sunday, Sept. 21, Calvary Assembly, 325 Webster, will be having two special services. At 10:45 a.m. there will be a special youth service. The youth will do the entire service, including worship, special music, drama and preaching. David Gauze will be bringing the message.

  • Score 'N' More
  • Southside Elementary School
  • HCHS Marching Thorobreds.
  • It’s not too late to register for Midterm classes

    We find more and more that the good jobs require better education credentialing, and those who live in the Licking Valley have a golden opportunity to add to their college credits by taking classes right here at home. Maysville Community and Technical College/Licking Valley Campus (MCTC/LVC) continues to work to find ways to offer classes that fit college work into busy people’s schedules.

  • Workforce Solutions: Short term classes offered

    Your college on the hill, Maysville Community and Technical College/Licking Valley Campus (MCTC/LVC), offers many ways to learn. Degrees are super, but sometimes we just want to put our hands on a project and in a short time complete it. Workforce Solutions, one of our departments knows just how to solve this for you.
    Want to explore a possible new career? Pharmacy Tech, Kentucky Medicine Aid and Industrial Maintenance are three classes that will help you change your job, get needed training and begin a great new start.