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Today's News

  • Reunion

    LINVILLE

    The Linville reunion will be held Sunday, Feb. 21 at Northside Elementary beginning at noon. Lunch will be served at 1 p.m.  Bring a side dish or two to share.

  • Church Briefs

    UNITY CHRISTIAN

    Unity Christian Church will be having a spaghetti dinner Saturday, Feb. 13 at 6 p.m. Meal will be sponsored by the church youth group. Donations will be excepted and will be given to Haiti.

    This is American Heart Month. Sunday is Wear Red day. Pictures will be taken and sent in for the Go Red Campaign.There will be a reception on Feb. 22 at the Cynthiana Christian Church from 5-6:30 p.m.

    UPPER ROOM GOSPEL

  • Prosecutor killed in Monday wreck

    The driver of a semi truck that crossed over the center line and crashed head-on into a car killing a state prosecutor is now facing charges, including felony wanton murder, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs and operating a commencial vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

    Doug Wright, 48, was killed Monday evening near the Pendleton/Campbell County line when a semi-tractor allegedly crossed into Wright’s northbound lane.

  • Way back when

    10 years ago . . .

  • Thorobreds defeat St. Pat on Senior Night, 69-54

    Harrison County’s four seniors had a memorable Senior Night as they led the Thorobreds to a victory Saturday night over the St. Patrick Saints 69-54. 

    Marcus Custard, Jared Martin, Malcolm Thomas and Zack Turner each started in the next to last home game of the year.

  • A super Super Bowl

    e from Indiana doesn’t make them a Colts fan anymore than being a cow makes you give milk. 

    It might be likely, but not necessarily a must. That is the way it is with me and the Colts. I was for the Colts, but New Orleans winning didn’t really bother me. If it had been the Steelers, now that would have been a horse of another color. In fact, one good thing about New Orleans winning was that a former Indiana Hoosier player made the big interception and scored the back-breaking points.

  • HCHS Homecoming Court

    Members of the 2010 HCHS Homecoming Court are, front row, from left, Crown bearers JD and Kyla Soard, children of Kim and Toney Soard; back row, first runners up Malcolm Thomas and Stephanie Fryman; King and Queen Christian Chasteen and Elizabeth Ford; second runners up Michael Stone and Maggie Dycus.

  • New program offered for new and young farmers

    The University of Kentucky received a grant to offer a program for new and young farmers. The program is now being offered to groups of counties in a local area. Harrison, Scott, Bourbon, and Nicholas are coordinating a (four) county program to run for a two year period to assist in many of the decisions making processes on the farm.

  • Museum Musings

    * Cynthiana News, Feb. 15, 1866 -- “Last Saturday night, the jail at this place was emptied of its inhabitants. Four prisoners escaped. These men, we understand, were put in jail for stealing. Mr. Bruce has one more boarder left, whom it is said refused to leave as he asserts his innocence of the charges preferred against hime. He should be bailed out.”

  • Property Transfers

    PROPERTY TRANSFERS

    Quit Claim Deed: Debbie L. Franklin to Robert A. Franklin, 1.00 acres on Cook Road.

    David Collins and Jackie L. Collins to Davin Thomas Collins and Leigh Ann Collins, 10.063 acres on Salem Pike and Florence Lane.

    David Collins and Jackie L. Collins to Derrick Mitchell Collins and Amanda M. Collins, 4.377 acres on Florence Lane.

    Estate of Thomas A. Clark, by Gary Thomas Clark-Executor to Morris A. Barnes and Beth Marie Barnes, 0.478 acres on Old Lair Road, $85,500.