Today's News

  • Sink hole opens near Fire District office

    Doug McCarty thought that the ground felt a little soft at a spot behind the Harrison County Fire District Office, formerly Curves. When he kicked at it, the unexpected happened. The ground fell away revealing a sink hole estimated at about 12 - 15 feet deep.

  • Early detection gives hope to those diagnosed with breast cancer

    Just over 50 years ago, only about 20 percent of women diagnosed with breast cancer would live longer than five years. In 2013, according to the American Cancer Society, women diagnosed with breast cancer have a 90-95 percent survival rate. If detected while cancer is confined to the breast, the survival rate is about 98 percent.

  • Farmers Market hosts first-ever craft fair

    The farmers market was just buzzing with activity Sept. 28.  
    The first-ever craft fair, hosted by the Harrison County Farmer’s Market and the Harrison County Farm Bureau, was well attended throughout the day.
    Local Boy Scout Troop 76 provided a fresh hot breakfast complete with coffee and hot chocolate and provided the visitors to the market with a nice selection of lunch items.
    The weather really played a role in the large number of attendance and with so many vendors, there was something for everyone.

  • Four surgeons join staff at BCH

    Bourbon Community Hospital announces the addition of several surgeons to its Medical Staff.

  • Screams, screeches and scares; get ready for haunted houses

    Thanks to Billy and Troy Roberts and the Harrison County High School cheerleaders, the hills and valleys of Harrison County will echo with the screams of terrified teens, traumatized tots and more than a few dozen addled adults. 

    Okay, they each did promise to hold back on the children.

    A little bit. 

  • Breds use discipline, defense to defeat Pendleton County 1-0

    Coach Nick Hill’s Harrison County soccer Thorobreds anticipated a rough match when they opened district play with Pendleton County.  
    Rough was the understatement of the year as the Mason County soccer field was filled with red cards for the Wildcats by the end of the 1-0 Harrison County victory.  
    Pendleton County began the game with an aggressive defense but the Thorobreds continued to apply pressure on both ends of the field limiting the Wildcats chances at goal and putting pressure on the Pendleton County goal keeper to stop them.  

  • Harrison County drops close battle to Bulldogs 14-7

    “The kids played hard, said Coach Jim Carr after Friday night’s battle with Holmes in Covington. “It was a hard-played game between two evenly matched teams.”  
    The football game was a match up of District 7 opponents and it was played out like a district match up should be played.  

  • Volleyball Fillies beat Lady Bears in straight sets

    The Harrison County Fillies volleyball team traveled to Brooksville Tuesday night and came home with a straight set victory.  
    The Fillies, who sport the best record in the region, beat the Lady Bears 25-21 and 25-18 for their 24th win against nine losses.  
    The Bracken County girls have the region’s second best mark with a 19-10 record.  
    Harrison County took control of the night in the second set despite hitting seven serves out in the set.  

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  • Soccer Breds, Fillies close out seasons with wins at Franklin County

    Wednesday and Thursday saw the last regular season matches for the Harrison County Soccer Fillies and Thorobreds as they both closed out the season with a road match at Franklin County.
    The Fillies’ match was a very physical affair as Coach Jon Sutphin’s Lady Flyers led by Savannah Sutphin pushed the Fillies to the brink before the last 10 minutes of the match.  
    The Lady Flyers, who ended the season 4-12-1, played anything like a team that was struggling to win.