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Today's News

  • The only way to make things better is to get involved

    I’m getting just a little bored with of all the Cynthiana-trashing I see and hear.
    Social media is the worse.
    People who choose to contribute nothing to Cynthiana and Harrison County continue to bad mouth their hometown.
    There are some great things happening in this community.
    If the loud-mouthed minority want more to do, want to see less drugs and thugs and want Cynthiana to return to its glory days, then they need to get involved.
    Nothing can be gained by sitting on the sideline, grumbling and criticizing.

  • 10-year-old all stars
  • Baseball Alumni Association announces Hall of Fame inductees for 2016

    The Cynthiana-Harrison County Baseball Alumni Association has announced the fourth annual Hall of Fame inductees for 2016.  
    The induction ceremony will be held on Saturday, June 25, at the Elks Lodge. Tickets to this year’s event will be $20 per adult or $10 for children under the age of 10. Tickets may be purchased from Terry Jones at A Action Pest Control in Harrison Square Shopping Center, Jim Fuller at the Cynthiana Country Club Pro Shop or Ron England by calling 859 588-2460.

  • Middle school Fillies soccer are champions of Bluegrass Conference

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County Middle School soccer Fillies played last Tuesday in the finals of the Bluegrass Conference against Royal Springs.  
    The Fillies defeated Royal Springs 1-0 in the regular season but it was a real battle.  
    The championship game was again a battle and much more as the two teams fought to a second round of penalty kicks to decide the winner.

  • Track teams perform well in Scott Co. and on the Hilltop

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    On Tuesday, May 3, the Harrison County track team performed in the Scott County All Comers and came home to host the Harrison County All Comers last Thursday.  In both meets, the teams performed well with some excellent individual and relay efforts.

  • Some Mother’s Day memories

    I am writing this on Mother’s Day, which I believe to be the most important holiday of the year next to Christmas.  
    Mothers are the strength of most families that I know about and that was certainly the case in mine.  I will not write about Patti because she told me not to but most of you know where the strength and moral fiber come from in our family.
    I have two brothers and a sister and both of my parents worked after my sister, who is seven years younger than my older brother, was about four years old.  

  • Sports this week

    May 11- May 18

    Football
    Saturday, May 14 HC Strongman Competition Ingles Stadium  10 AM

    Softball
    Wednesday, May 11 vs. Bracken Co. (H) V/JV 6 PM
    Saturday, May 14  at Jeffersontown Charger Classic
    Pool Play Fillies vs. Jeffersontown 9 AM
    Pool Play Fillies vs. Marion Co. 10:45 AM
    Tournament Play begins at 12:30 PM
    Tuesday, May 17 vs. Paris (H) V/JV 5:30 PM
    Wednesday, May 18 at Tates Creek JV/V 6 PM

    Baseball
    Wednesday, May 11 at Bourbon Co. 5:30 PM

  • Harrison County hosts 10th Region Tennis Tourney, teams play well

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    While they did not advance anyone to the state, the Harrison County Fillies and Thorobreds played admirably in the 10th Region Tournament held on the courts on the Hilltop last weekend.  
    The tournament will wrap up by Wednesday or before but the girls and boys have made it to the semi final round in singles and doubles.
    The Fillies did very well especially in the doubles where Gracie Roberts and Alexis Lanza advanced to the quarter finals.  

  • Fillies defeat Bryan Station in Slugfest, drop four games in Owensboro

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County Fillies and the Bryan Station Lady Defenders treated the fans at Shirley Field with a run-scoring spree as the Fillies outlasted the visitors from Lexington, 10-8, last Thursday night.  
    Harrison County scored three times in the first and fourth and single runs in the second and third to take a comfortable lead of 8-4 into the top of the sixth inning.  
    Bryan Station struck for three in the inning to reduce the Fillies’ lead to one at 8-7.  

  • Breds hitting woes continue as they lose 1-0 in eight at Montgomery Co.

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Harrison County’s baseball Thorobreds’ hitting problems continued Monday evening as they traveled to Mt. Sterling to face region rival Montgomery County.  
    Senior Gus Garrison pitched another masterpiece allowing two hits in seven innings. However, the Indians scored in the bottom of the eighth off C.J. Claypool for the win.  
    Claypool walked the lead off batter in the eighth but catcher Luke Slucher threw him out trying to steal.