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Today's News

  • Boy Scout Camp burns Tuesday

    The Harrison County Boy Scout Camp on County Infirmary Lane burned to the ground Tuesday night.

    Harrison County Sheriff Bruce Hampton said the call to dispatch was  made around 10 p.m.

  • Chief Carson dies Monday

    By Ben Hyatt, News writer

    After serving 31 years as Harrison County Fire Chief, Charles Carson, Jr. passed away Monday, April 29, from cancer.

    Carson, 70, spent over 50 years as a firefighter for both the Berry area and Harrison County Volunteer Fire Department.

  • Case named assistant superintendent of schools

    Harrison County’s new assistant superintendent of schools is really not new to the district at all.

    For the last 28 years, David Case has served Harrison County schools in some capacity.

  • ADDICTED

    By Bryan Marshall, LCNI WRITER

    Grant County News

    Shayne’s mother knew her baby boy was up to something.

    Throughout each day, she would call her son at his Bellevue, Ky., home to check on him.

  • Grants sought to aid with development of Flat Run Veterans’ Park

    Noticeable development may be in store for Flat Run Veterans’ Park in the near future.

    Cynthiana Harrison County Parks and Recreation director Brad Steele made his way to Frankfort Tuesday, April 30, to submit two grants that could generate approximately $180,000 to be used at Flat Run Veterans’ Park.

  • Teen arrested on 11 charges from year-old warrant

    A 19-year-old Cynthiana man was arrested Monday on a year-old warrant that totaled 11 charges.

    Sgt. Wilbur Gross made a traffic stop and was presented a license with the name Zachary Wells.

    Police did some investigating and determined that Wells was the same person as Zachary Adams, who had outstanding warrants.

  • Fillies error away Tuesday game at Montgomery Co. in 8 innings

    When your team outhits the opponent 13 to eight and your power hitter hits two home runs the chances of winning should be pretty good.  
    However, when your team makes nine errors in eight innings your fortunes probably won’t be as good.  
    That was the case Tuesday night for the Fillies as they traveled to Montgomery County and dropped a 7-6 verdict in eight innings.  

  • Fillies win McDonald’s Thorobred Sportswear Tournament, improve to 16-5

    The Harrison County Fillies won four times this weekend en route to the championship of the McDonald’s/Thorobred Sportswear Tournament.  Williamstown, Taylor County, Somerset, and the Lady Royals of Mason County were the worthy opponents of the Fillies and each came up on the short end of the score.  
    The tournament featured teams from four regions as the Grant County Lady Braves were also involved in the round robin style tournament.  

  • Breds runners up in HMH/ McDonalds Classic, Jaguars win

    The Harrison County Thorobreds baseball team posted a modest three-game winning streak until the championship game of the Harrison Memorial Hospital/McDonalds Classic where they dropped a game that was very winnable to East Jessamine.  
    After defeating Bourbon County last Monday the Breds were rained out of the scheduled doubleheader with Robertson County on Wednesday so they were idle until they opened the Classic facing Madison Southern on Thursday evening.  

  • Spring football wraps up Friday after productive three weeks

    Coach Jim Carr has been pleased with many aspects of this year’s spring football at Harrison County High School.  
    Spring football is governed by the KHSAA as to length of practices and also how long the practices can be held during the off season.  
    The practices allowed are 10 two-hour practices which must be held over a 15-day period.  
    Middle schools may also hold practice but the athletes who are still in the eighth grade, though they will be freshmen next year, may not compete with the high school students.