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Today's News

  • Breds rout Lewis County 67-43

    After only leading the 3-15 Lewis County Lions by eight points at the half the Harrison County Thorobreds outscored the youthful Leos by 30-5 in the third period in route to a 67-43 win at George Rogers Clark Saturday. The game was the third of four played that day as the schools involved participated in the Central Bank MLK Cardinal Classic at the Winchester school.  Highlands defeated South Laurel 59-48 in the opener, powerhouse Madison Central whipped Fleming County 88-70 and the host Cardinals dried up the Green Wave of Meade County 71-46 in the other contests.  

  • Has religion become a crime?

    Let me begin by saying that I am not a fan of the Broncos or a particular fan of Tim Tebow so don’t take this as a fan’s musings. In fact, since the Broncos beat the Steelers I may be the opposite of a Denver fan so these remarks are straight from the head not the heart.

  • HCMS Colts take three of four from Nicholas County

  • Fillies lead in first half but drop games to Holmes, Fleming Co.

    At Covington Holmes on Wednesday and at home against Fleming County the Harrison County Fillies had a lead in the first half but couldn’t hold on and lost each time.
    Wednesday, the extremely athletic Lady Bulldogs took advantage of 26 Fillies’ turnovers to win, 59-46. The Fillies and Lady Dogs were tied at 14 at the end of the first period  as the two teams traded baskets and turnovers.  

  • HCHS wrestling
  • Sports beat

    Fillies to host steak sandwich
    dinner, Jan. 27
    The Harrison County Fillies will host a steak sandwich dinner to be held in the HCHS cafeteria on Friday, Jan. 27.  The dinner will cost $5 per plate and will be served from 5-7:30 p.m.   The Fillies and Thorobreds will host their counterparts from Pendleton County with games at 6 and 7:30 p.m.  

    So you think you can still play football,
    dust off your cleats

  • HCMS wrestlers
  • Turner-Caudill exchange vows in camouflage attair

    Randy and Tina Northcutt announce the marriage of their daughter, Amy Turner, to Billy Caudill, son of Sammy and Susie Caudill.
    Both Turner and Caudill work at their family’s Recycling business, Turner at Randy’s Odd Jobs and Recycling in Cynthiana and Caudill at Caudill Recycling in Morehead. The wedding was held at Randy’s Odd Jobs and Recycling in Cynthiana on Dec. 17, 2011.

  • Millers renew vows in Gatlinburg July 30

    Kevin and Donna Wilson Miller celebrated their 15th anniversary in Gatlinburg with a vow renewal ceremony held July 30. The Rev. Rob Bremer officiated the ceremony in the presence of their children and close family.
    The couple was married on Aug. 3, 1996 by the Rev. Howard Livingood. They reside in Cynthiana with their two children, Jami and Jaden.
    Kevin is employed at CMWA in Die Assurance.
    Donna is employed as a Registered Nurse at the Elizabeth Bailey Women’s Health Center at Harrison Memorial Hospital.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Jan. 10 – At 9:45 a.m., a non-injury accident was reported on KY 1284. David Mineer was attempting to back his vehicle up on KY 1284 when he failed to notice a vehicle behind him, causing him to hit the other vehicle.
    Jan. 6 – At 1:50 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on Wornall Lane. James Brooks was attempting to back out of a driveway onto Wornall Lane when he failed to see a vehicle behind him, causing him to hit the vehicle.