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Today's News

  • HCMS Soccer
  • Fillies Soccer
  • Harrison County track teams begin season with a win for the boys, fifth for Fillies

    The Woodford County All Comers Meet last Saturday was the earliest meet Fillies Track Coach Danny Simpson can remember competing in for as long as he has been coaching at Harrison County.  The results for the early entry were good to very good for the two squads as the Fillies were fifth of 11 teams and the Thorobreds won the 12-team boys’ competition.  
    Coach Robert Walker was high on his team’s performance especially considering the points the new track athletes scored and the work his whole group put forth.  

  • NCAA working down to select few

    Only one short Sunday ago there were 68 teams with the big dream of cutting down the nets in New Orleans on April 2.  
    Only 16 remain with many of the favorites being pushed aside by “much lesser” opposition.  
    I for one did not shout with glee when Duke lost to Lehigh or when Missouri was bested by Norfolk State. It is good for the under dogs to win now and then to keep them full of hope at the possibility of that one shining moment, so it doesn’t upset me when it happens.  

  • Sports beat

    Bowlers complete season in region
    competition in Lexington
    The Harrison County High School bowling team completed its season Saturday bowling in the region tournament at Eastland Lanes in Lexington.  

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

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

    March 6 – At 2:30 a.m., a non-injury accident was reported on Dividing Ridge Road. Billy Frazier rounded a curve and lost control causing him to drive into a small pond.
    March 9 – At 7:54 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on US 62. Amber Powers was driving on US 62 when she encountered a deer in the road and was unable to keep from hitting the deer.

  • Harrison County Family Court

    Judge Barbara Paul
    presiding March 7, 2012
    CIVIL CASES
    Melissa A. Craig vs. Wesley K. Craig, domestic; passed to be re-noticed, order entered.
    Kenneth R. Hill vs. Michelle R. Hill, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.
    Davetta Rae Seedle-Ochsner vs. Seth Austin Ochsner, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.
    Savannah Lee Biddle vs. Jarrod Theron Biddle, motion hour; wife to claim 2011 and odd years, husband to claim 2012 and even years.
    Kathy C. Caswell vs. Dale W. Caswell, motion hour; re-noticed, order entered.

  • Property Transfers

    Tony L. Herrington and Katie Jordan Walker to Sannie Overly, property on Old Lair Road.
    Sannie Overly to Katie Jordan Walker, property on Old Lair Road.
    Quit Claim Deed: Cynthia Barton to Richard Barton, property on Kings Lane, $1.
    Quit Claim Deed: Cynthia Barton to Richard Barton, property on Kings Lane, $1.
    Deed and Consideration Certificate: Kentucky Housing Corporation to James McDermott, property at 101 Mockingbird Lane, Berry, $32,000.

  • Baseball Breds set sights on another banner year

    Most teams that graduate nine seniors from their baseball squad are deep into a rebuilding season and just hope to compete while the young players gain experience.  
    The Harrison County Thorobreds lost nine seniors, seven of who were pitchers at one time or another from 2011, and are reloading for another season that they hope ends at Whitaker Bank Park.  

  • Who decides where the teams play?

    There is always a lot of talk and questions asked about who makes the field of 68 for the NCAA tournament and what seeds they are, but seldom does anyone address the favoritism shown in where some of the teams play.  
    Fans of No. 1 seeds seem to think that they should have a home court or at least an area court advantage due to the fact that they are, in fact, the No. 1 seed.  
    I can buy that some though I would argue if you are in fact the No. 1 seed the site of the game shouldn’t matter.