Today's News

  • Harrison County Area Technology Center students honored at Stock Market Game awards banquet

    Harrison County Area Technology  students and their teacher, Sean Murphy, were honored on Friday, April 27, in Louisville at the Pendennis Club for placing first in State in the Stock Market Game competition. The Kentucky Council on Economic Education Stock Market Game awards banquet was hosted by Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis-Louisville Branch.

  • Academic briefs

    Gerry L. Whalen of Cynthiana, Ky. graduated with a master of business administration from Campbellsville University.
    Dr. Suzan Johnson Cook, United States ambassador at large for international religious freedom, addressed the 248 undergraduate students in Saturday’s ceremony at Powell Athletic Center.
    For more information visit campbellsville.edu.

  • Academic briefs

    Tazz Fulton of Sadieville recently was awarded Trine University’s Distinguished Scholarship.
    The Distinguished Scholarship is awarded to students who show academic excellence and leadership both in and out of the classroom. This scholarship is valued at $12,500 annually.
    Fulton is a senior at Harrison County High School.

  • What’s in a name….?

    “If it’s ‘community service’ I don’t want to have anything to do with it!” said a Harrison County High School student during the school’s first-ever Volunteer Fair.
    Sponsored by the Cynthiana Rotary Club and the Harrison County Board of Education, the Volunteer Fair took place in the high school gymnasium on April 19.
    Throughout the day, groups of students were brought in to learn about how they could help the more than 25 community organizations represented.  

  • Don't start it unless you know you can finish it

    Normally I refrain from talking about issues pertaining to county or city issues even though my editor would argue that it is part of my job.
    Whether it is dealing with money issues or how development property could best serve our citizens, I simply never like putting myself out for criticism when its my ideas being read.
    However, I was approached this past weekend by a couple talking about development projects in our community and simply felt compelled to share their thoughts, which heavily shadow the same feelings that I have.

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  • Academic briefs

    Allison McVey, a 2008 graduate of Harrison County High School, graduated from the University of Kentucky on Sunday, May 6, 2012 with a B.A. in International Studies and History, Summa Cum Laude and with Honors.
    McVey received Departmental Honors in History and Departmental Honors in International Studies.
    She is the daughter of Randy and Carol McVey, and will be moving to Nashville, Tenn. for two years with Teach for America.

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  • HMH ranked 10th in Best Places to Work in Kentucky

    Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) was recognized and honored at the Best Places to Work in Kentucky Eighth annual Awards Dinner on April 19 at the Galt House in Louisville, Ky. The final rankings were announced at the event, and HMH ranked number 10 out of 37 in the large business category section.
    “This award is a wonderful honor for HMH,” says Dr. Frank McKemie, Chairman of HMH Board of Directors. “It is a testimony to the hard work and dedication of all our hospital employees.”    

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