Today's News

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding June 26, 2017
    Heights Finance Corp vs. Angela Carr, motion hour; default judgment.
    World Finance Corporation vs. Marlena Crawford, motion hour; default judgment.
    World Finance Corporation vs. Brandy Frizette, motion hour; default judgment.
    Second Round, LP vs. Joann Hamberg, motion hour; motion to transfer granted.
    Kentucky Tax Bill Servicing vs. Brenda J. Hawkins, motion hour; motion over-ruled.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Report

    June 19--Dep. Tuan Kreer cited Matthew Ray Collins for alcohol intoxication in a public place.
    June 24--Dep. Robert Puckett cited Thomas E. Hall for alcohol intoxication in a public place.
    June 24--Dep. Nathan Gasser cited Timothy W. Debord for first-degree criminal trespass.
    June 24--Dep. Nathan Gasser served an arrest warrant from Harrison District Court to Christopher T. Mason for receiving stolen property, less than $10,000.

  • Property Transfers

    Trustee Deed: Angela D. Curzio to Billy W. Sherrow-Trustee to Angela D. Curzio and Phillip M. Curzio, property on Sunrise-Oddville Road.
    Averett T. Watkins and Beverly Watkins to Jeremy R. Howard and Melinda R. Sluss, Lot 8, Parcel 1, Unit 4 of the Indian Woods Subdivision (123 Indian Woods Court), $192,500.
    Special Warranty Deed: Kentucky Housing Corporation to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, property located at 103 S. Poplar Street, $1.

  • Statepoint Crossword Puzzle Solution
  • Statepoint Crossword Puzzle

    1. Like Catherine or Peter, in Russia
    6. Norwegian band of “Take on Me” fame
    9. “I call first ____!”
    13. “Home on the ____”
    14. Charlie Parker’s style of jazz
    15. Comedian Silverman
    16. Not upright
    17. Greek H
    18. Acrobat maker
    19. *Like the July 4th holiday
    21. *Pre-state state
    23. Thanksgiving tuber
    24. Hold as a conviction
    25. Ides mo.
    28. Expunge
    30. Catching like a cowboy

  • Summer Food Service Program offered at the following locations

    The Harrison County Board of Education is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.
    Meals will be provided, at a first come, first serve basis, at the following sites and times:
    • River Road Ball Park, May 30-Aug. 4, Monday-Friday from 12-12:30 p.m.
    • Berry City Park, May 30-Aug. 4, Monday-Friday from 12-12:30 p.m.

  • Cynthiana Country Club June 2017 LGA Winners

    Cynthiana Country Club
    June 2017 LGA Winners

    6/3/17                             Even Holes    
    18 Holers – Teresa Davis  41                9 Holers – Jennie Sparks  17

  • Sports Beats

    HCHS golf tryouts to begin in July
    There will be two days of golf tryouts for boys and girls interested in playing for the Harrison County High School teams.
    Both days of tryouts will be held at the Cynthiana Country Club and prospective golfers should arrive on both days, no later than 7:30 a.m.
    The boys tryouts will be on Monday, July 17 and the girls tryouts will be on the following day, Tuesday, July 18.
    Neither team will carry more than 10 team-members after try-outs are completed.

  • Lake Cumberland striped bass heating up

    Few things in the outdoors in Kentucky can top being on Lake Cumberland at daybreak on a summer morning, watching a planer board or large bobber disappear, followed by the sound of a slipping drag.
    Striped bass pull like no other fish in Kentucky and landing a 22-inch or longer keeper brings a rush of adrenaline that gives you the shakes. Now in the fourth year of normal water levels since the drawdown to repair Wolf Creek Dam, the striped bass in Lake Cumberland are well on the way to returning to the glory days.

  • Best kayaks for flat water fishing

    A car, truck or sport utility vehicle with a couple of kayaks on the roof with fishing poles visible through the back window is an increasingly common sight on Kentucky highways.
    Sales data shows kayak fishing and related kayak accessories increasing in popularity. Some of this popularity has to do with many baby boomers reaching retirement age and wanting a new hobby.
    Price is another aspect of the rise in popularity of kayak fishing. They are a replacement for a fishing boat for many people scared off by the rising cost of power boats.