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Today's News

  • Connersville school welcomes all alumni for reunion

    If you went to school at Connersville, close your eyes.
    Can you hear the sound of the ping pong ball hitting the table in the gym?
    Can you see Jimmy Fryman, who was tagged “the Champ of the Tramp,” doing flip after flip on the trampoline?
    Can you hear principal and teacher Charlie Tribble walking down the hall?
    Can you see all of the experiments that were lined up for the many science fairs that were held during the school’s short life?

  • Students of the month
  • Charges made in gun thefts

    A Harrison County man has been arrested and charged following three burglaries.
    Justin Jenkins, 21, was arrested by the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department after he allegedly took items from three homes.
    According to HCSD documents, a theft was reported on Feb. 16, on McDowell Road., where several items had been taken from a residence including a 42-inch Phillips plasma television, a Dell laptop computer, a Kodak digital camera and a Raven 25 calibre automatic handgun.

  • Riley-Fryman exchange vows
  • Chamber’s Volunteer of the Year

    She may be “Miss Betty,” or “Grandma Betty.” Some just call her “Betty.”
    No matter what her moniker might be on any given day, Betty Zumwalt is just happy that she is able to spend time at Westside Elementary School with classroom upon classroom of eager learners.
    She was honored as this year’s Chamber Volunteer of the Year for the many hours she puts in at Westside as the resident reader, copy maker and hugger of all children.

  • Whitleigh Jade Harding
  • New group formed to help children

    The first few years of a child’s life play a critical role in its overall success or failure as an adult. Recently a new group was created to help the children of Harrison County grow and develop to their full potential.  
    The group is called the “Harrison County Community Early Childhood Council” (CECC) and its purpose is to bring organizations together so that they can serve the area’s children more efficiently and effectively.

  • Former district judge indicted on theft charge

    A former Harrison County District Judge was indicted in the county he previously served and is charged with taking money from a disabled client.
    Wayne W. Fitzgerald, 86, is accused of taking money from the account of Obie Roberts, for which Fitzgerald was the escrow agent.
    According to the indictment, Fitzgerald is alleged to have taken in excess of $500 but less than $10,000 between Dec. 3, 2008, and Sept. 15, 2011.
    Officially, he’s charged with theft by failure to make required disposition.

  • Millersburg Garden Club celebrates new year, new growth

    Millersburg Garden Club is gearing up for a new year and celebrating a growth in membership.

  • Burn victim from Feb. 15 fire on Oddville Avenue improving

    Terry Chesnut, who was seriously injured in a Feb. 15 fire that also claimed the lives of two of his daughters, is improving.
    According to information released by Dale Kendrick, minister at Salem Church of Christ, Chesnut has been moved from the ICU burn unit into an acute care step down unit at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center.
    “He is off all machines, including the ventilator,” Kendrick said in a release to the newspaper. “His skin has regenerated sufficiently enough that grafts will  not be required.”