Today's News

  • Church Briefs


    Cornerstone Christian Church will host its annual yard sale Saturday, June 26, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 104 Court St.

    A variety of items will be sold.

    Hot dogs, chips and drinks will also be sold at the event.



    The Hour of Deliverance Chapel along with Time of Harvest Ministries, invites the community, all churches, its leaders and congregations to attend our monthly outreach ministry at the Harrison County Court House on June 26 beginning at 6 p.m.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Report




    June 5 at 9 a.m. -- injury, Ky 36 West, David Sneed, 54, Cynthiana, driving a 1994 Chevrolet Astro Van.

    June 5 at 9:15 p.m. -- injury, Ky 36 West, Larry K. Fuller, 68, Cynthiana, driving a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 struck Phillip H. Nickell, 20, Berry, driving a 1993 Toyota Tacoma. Fuller struck Marsha Foster, 49, Carlisle, driving a 1975 Mercedes Benz. Foster struck Patricia A. Terhune, 69, Cynthiana, driving a 2001 Chevrolet Suburban.

  • Harrison County Family Court


    Judge Barbara Paul

    presiding June 2, 2010


    James William Berryman vs. Debbie Louise Berryman, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.

    Samantha Dawn Morris vs. Anthony Wayne Morris, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.

    Madeline Harney vs. Heather E. Bailey, review; visits according to Safety Plan.

    Sonya Ann Brock vs. Clinton Neil Bailey, review; mediation order entered.

    Jimmie T. Casey vs. Marilyn Sue Casey, motion hour; ordered entered.

  • It’s no one’s business how goverment checks are spent

    To the editor:

  • Harrison County District Court


    Judge William D. Probus

    presiding June 7, 2010


    Joycelyn M. Gaines, 1984, contempt hearing; remand from docket.

    Jonathan D. Gardner, 1986, contempt hearing; motion withdrawn, paid.

    Gary D. Williams, 1981, preliminary hearing; burglary-second degree; preliminary hearing held, probable cause found, bond over to grand jury.

    James Manning Wilson Jr., preliminary hearing; already indicted, dismissed.


  • Academic Briefs


    Bradley Scott Muntz, son of Brad Muntz and Donna H. Muntz, graduated May 8 from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor’s degree in education. He will be teaching at Bourbon County Middle School this fall.

    Muntz was recently honored at a graduation celebration held at the home of his grandparents, Donald and Mary Russell Muntz.


    Eastern Kentucky University recognized 1,470 graduates at the conclusion of the Spring 2010 semester.

    The graduates were honored at commencement ceremonies May 8.

  • Recovery in the bag

    Corey Campbell woke up a little earlier than usual on Monday morning, but this time it wasn’t just to take his medicine on time. He reached for his navy blue Food Lion shirt that had been hanging in his closet for about six months. He pulled on some khaki pants, pinned on his name tag and grabbed his car keys.

    Campbell, 19, returned to work after taking medical leave in November.

  • Eastside Elementary Honor Roll

    eastside Elementary School

    The Eastside Elementary Honor Roll for the fourth grading period includes:

    Fourth Grade

  • What was God thinking when he created crazy moms?

    My friend Cristy and I often ponder the deep mysteries of the universe.

    For instance, “What was God thinking?” one of us will start, then say, “by putting trans fats and carbohydrates that turn into belly lard in foods that taste good?”

    One of our favorite ponderings involves mothers. Like, what was God thinking when he created crazy, neurotic mothers?

    She has one and I am one.

  • Happy days are here again for HC

    What a long rewarding week!! The format of 16 teams in the boys’ state tournament made for long nights and little sleep, but in the end is the right format. 

    I’m not saying that because Harrison County won, Harrison County did win, but because it is a fair way to see who has the best team. 

    If the format is unfair at all it would be to a team, like Harrison County, which had a rain out and had to play five consecutive days. But that won’t happen much and if it does, good teams still find a way most of the time.