Today's News

  • Saying good-bye

    She may be remembered as the elementary school principal who kissed a pig or sat on the roof of Southside Elementary in her flannel night gown. She may be remembered as the first woman to be named principal of an elementary school in Harrison County. It could be the unlikely combination of her towering frame, soft-spoken voice and genuine smile that students remember.

  • Two charged with tossing fire bomb into home

    Two Cynthiana men are at the Grant County Detention Center on charges of first degree attempted arson in connection with the Molotov cocktail that was thrown into a house on Pleasant Street.
    Larry Nolen Jr., 22, was arrested Friday, July 1, and Josh Moss, 19, was charged Monday, July 4, after turning himself in to police.
    The two will be arraigned in Harrison District Court around 11 a.m. Thursday via video.
    Ptl. Michael Kiskaden of the Cynthiana Police Department said other charges are pending further investigation.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    The following information from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office indicates drivers and/or owners whose vehicles were involved in accidents.

    June 21 – At 6:52 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on US 62. Brandon Marsh was driving on US 62 when his vehicle caught fire.
    June 28 – At 9:27 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on US 62. James Anderson was stopped at the intersection of US 62 and US 27 when Corey Brandenburg struck Anderson in the rear.

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge William D. Probus
    presiding June 23, 2011
    Capital One Bank vs. Tonya Roach, other hearing; dismissed for lack of prosecution.
    Kentucky Medical Services Foundation vs. David J. Nolan, other hearing; to remain on active docket.
    Elite Recovery Services Inc. vs. Charles Howard, other hearing; order dismissing.
    LVNV Funding LLCP vs. Darrell A. Howard, other hearing; order dismissing.
    Carroll County Detention Center vs. Carrie L. Seivers, other hearing; order dismissing.

  • Harrison County Fair begins this week

    The 2011 Harrison County Fair will begin Thursday, July 7, and last until Saturday, July 16.
    Not much has changed from last year’s fair agenda, but improvements are certain with a new public address system and new horse ring office.
    “For years now we have had numerous spectators tell us that they are unable to hear the announcer at the tractor and truck pulls,” said County Extension Agent Gary Carter. “They will have no problem hearing them this year with the new PA system.”

  • Work begins on by-pass bridge

    Walker Construction is wrapping up the U.S. 27 North viaduct and just getting started on a new five-span bridge that will cross CSX Railroad and the South Fork of the Licking River as part of the by-pass.

  • KDE and AdvancED team up to provide a Web-based improvement planning, management system

    The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) has contracted with AdvancED®, parent company of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), to provide a Web-based school and district improvement planning framework and management system beginning in the 2012-13 school year.

  • Indictments issued in two separate shootings in Harrison County

    A four-count indictment has been issued against a Cynthiana man in the Memorial Day weekend shooting at Harrison Square.
    Jaron Michael Talbott, 20, has been in jail since the May 29 incident under a $25,000 bond.
    On Tuesday, a Harrison County grand jury formally charged  Talbott with two counts of second degree assault, first degree wanton endangerment and tampering with physical evidence.
    According to the indictment, Talbott is alleged to have used a deadly weapon against Estill Barnett and Brittany Dennie, who were both shot with a firearm.

  • Ricocheting bullet hits 20-year-old in the eye

    The Kentucky State Police are investigating an apparent accidental shooting that occurred Sunday around 4:30 a.m. on Blackburn Road in northern Harrison County.
    Michael Boswell, 20, was airlifted from U.S. 27 North after receiving a self-inflicted, accidental gunshot to his eye.
    KSP Lt. Tom Lilley said Boswell was shooting a small calibre pistol at an old refrigerator. The bullet came back and struck him in the eye.
    He was taken to UK Medical Center for a non-life-threatening injury and latest available information was that he was awaiting surgery.

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