Today's News

  • Holmes scores twice late send Breds to sixth loss

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Covington Holmes Bulldogs picked up their first win of the season Friday as they scored two times in the last 13 minutes of the game to defeat Harrison County 14-6.  The Bulldogs record is now 1-4 while the Thorobreds are 0-6.
    Harrison County scored early as Ben VanHook capped an impressive 10 play 73 yard drive with a two yard carry into the end zone.  

  • Soccer Fillies roll past Pendleton County, lose at Campbell County

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County soccer Fillies traveled north two times in their most recent encounters with widely different results. 
    Thursday night Harrison County visited Pendleton County and came away with a 6-0 win.  Monday night Campbell County handed the Fillies a 5-0 loss, though two of the goals were scored after Coach Kevin Gaunce had substituted for every one of the starters and the Lady Camels’ starters remained in the fray.

  • Model shuts out Breds 2-0 Tuesday, travel to Maysville to face St. Patrick Saints Thursday

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    After a 0-0 tie with Bourbon County (3-6-2) last week the Harrison County Thorobreds again failed to get on the scoreboard, on Tuesday, losing to Model, 2-0.  
    The night began in a promising way as the Breds were moving the ball well and playing good defense.  Harrison County dominated the first half but they could not score.  At the half, the score was knotted at 0-0.

  • Cynthiana Police Report

    Case reports
    Aug. 23 -- At 4:33 p.m., police were dispatched to Walmart where Patricia Perraut reported that a shopping cart had damaged her vehicle. Police were able to view security video that showed that a vehicle pulled in near Perraut and struck a cart which then struck Perraut’s. From the video, police determined the vehicle that struck the cart belonged to Donald Allison of Lexington.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Report

    Sept. 1--Dep. Lance Hutchison worked a single-vehicle accident on KY 32, one mile west of Cynthiana. Hannah Creech stated that she was traveling west-bound when she came around a curve and applied her brakes and began to slide, due to the slippery road conditions. She slid off the road, and went through a fence.

  • Harrison Circuit Court

    Judge Jay Delaney
    presiding Sept. 19, 2017
    Timothy Cox, 1987, preliminary hearing; probation violation; admission to allegations, probation revoked, 3 year sentence imposed.
    Daniel Gaines, 1989, sentencing; traffic in marijuana (less than 5 lbs.) first offense, enhancement cultivate in marijuana (less than 5 plants) first offense, enhancement drug paraphernalia-buy/possess - 7 year sentence imposed, probation denied.

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Sept. 18, 2017
    Estate of Jennie Mildred Dykes Whalen, motion hour; order entered.
    Estate of Philip Brewer, other hearing; motion sustained.
    Estate of Maxie Ann Caudill, probate hearing; order entered, bond approved.
    Estate of Russell Irvin, probate hearing; will admitted, order entered, bond approved.
    Estate of Elizabeth Ann Moore, motion hour; order entered.

  • Property Transfers

    William Daff and Mary Beth Daff to Familia Rentals, LLC, property located at 239 North Church Street.
    Eddie Calvin Roe and Jo Ann Roe to Andrew S. Roe and Shayla Roe, property located on Lail Lane, Harrison County.
    Nathan S. Linville and Kayla Linville to Allison Paige Cordray, property located on East Pike Street, $138,000.
    Michael W. Yoder and Amy Yoder to David Perry Miller and Loretta M. Miller, property on Oddville Pike (US 62), $40,000.

  • HRSA awards funding to support Kentucky families through Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program

    The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) announces $7,019,433 in funding to Kentucky through the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program (MIECHV Program). These funds will allow Kentucky to continue to provide voluntary, evidence-based home visiting services to women during pregnancy, and to parents with young children up to kindergarten entry.

  • Hurricane Harvey relief efforts extended to Oct. 27

    Hurricane Harvey relief efforts initiated by a group of local farmers and homemakers have been extended to Oct. 27.
    While headlines are lessening about the conditions of recovery in Texas after Hurricane Harvey caused so much damage, three local agriculture-based organizations are teaming up to take relief to the farmers.
    The Harrison County and Nicholas County Beef Cattle Associations and the Harrison County Homemakers are collecting items that a Texas Cattlemen’s Association has established as the greatest needs.