Today's News

  • Fillies win Glacier Invitational

    The Harrison County Fillies volleyball team ran its record to 8-1 for the season defeating Nicholas County on Thursday, winning five matches in sweeping the Glacier Invitational, losing to Bryan Station on Monday and defeating Pendleton County on Tuesday.
    The Nicholas County match was a three set win for the Fillies, 25-8, 25-13 and 25-10, as the Lady Jackets could not handle the ball for the most part through out the match.  

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  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports

    Aug. 3 – At 2:15 a.m., police observed a lighted flashlight while on patrol on Waterworks Abdallah Park Road. The officer got out of the cruiser and heard someone in the area but found no one at the storage units. 

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  • Harrison County Sheriff Department

    Traffic Cases

    The following information from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office indicates drivers and/or owners whose vehicles were involved in accidents.


  • Redistricting brings changes in lines and representation


    After a less-than-favorable start, the new boundary lines have been drawn for Kentucky’s legislators.

  • Sports beat

    Local runners dominate
    Rod Run 5K
    The top three runners in both the women’s and men’s divisions were all Harrison County residents in the Rod Run 5K that was held on Saturday.  The race, with all proceeds going to the Refuge for Women, had 121 participants who ran from Bullard to Southern States and back. Kathy Brown of Cedar Ridge Health Campus was the race director and from all accounts did a wonderful job in her first year.
    There were 14 divisions for both female and male participants so there were a lot of winners.  

  • McConnell warns about federal war on Ky.’s coal


    The so-called War on Coal being waged by Washington leadership is costing jobs in eastern Kentucky and could compromise the Bluegrass state’s ability to attract new industry, said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell during his recent tour through Harrison County last Wednesday afternoon.

  • Bridge Spans

    He grew up just a stone’s throw away from a bridge named in his honor.

    When a truly appreciative Joe B. Hall took the podium last Friday, he said any other bridge named after him would not have held the same meaning.

    With his trademark rolled program in hand, Hall told about growing up on North Church Street.