Today's News

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Nov. 5, 2012
    Estate of William J. Ammerman, other hearing; order entered.
    Estate of Marjorie M. Fritz, probate hearing; will admitted.
    Estate of Ricky Rae Mulwee, motion hour; (motion for contempt), order to be entered.
    Estate of Mary Lucille Plummer, probate hearing; order entered.
    Asset Acceptance vs. Christina Beil, motion hour; default judgment entered.
    Asset Acceptance vs. Michael S. Harrington, motion hour; default judgment entered.

  • Harrison Circuit Court

    Judge Jay Delaney
    presiding Nov. 8, 2012
    John T. Reed Jr., 1979, disposition hearing; probation violation; admits violations.
    Jermaine Cummins, 1977, probation revocation hearing; probation violation; admission to allegation, probation revoked, 3 1/2 year sentence imposed.

  • Winner of golf award

    Mr. and Mrs. Cynthiana Country Club. Kay and Robbie Cox were awarded the first annual Mr. and Mrs. Cynthiana Country Club recognition Saturday night in a ceremony at the country club. The award is a compilation of their golf scores, handicap improvement and frequency of play.

  • Basketball Breds to sport a veteran line up with an up tempo outlook

    “I would really like to see the community get behind this team,” said Coach Larry Kendall. “We are going to play an exciting brand of basketball with a lot of different players and a lot of action.”
    This is the new outlook on the Hilltop as Kendall begins his first year of work as the varsity coach for the Harrison County Thorobreds. He starts his career with a veteran line up with still a lot of youth.
    Although Kendall will see many familiar faces, three that he saw for the past three years are gone.  

  • Football banquet features senior and season awards

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer
    The Harrison County High School football team held its annual banquet Thursday night at the Elk’s Club with more than 100 people in attendance.  
    The awards ceremony featured a meal prepared by David Turner consisting of beef and pork barbeque and desserts furnished by the parents.  
    Coach Jim Carr was the master of ceremonies in the two-hour meal and program.  

  • Mike’s Minute

    Should it be?

  • Sports beat

    Carr 21st in State Cross
    Country Meet Saturday

    Junior Grant Carr took advantage of a beautiful day to run and finished 21st in the AA State Cross Country meet at the Kentucky Horse Park.  
    Carr was the only Harrison County runner who qualified and established himself as one to be contended with in future races.  

  • Kincaid Theatre presents A Country Christmas Carrol beginning Dec. 1

    “A Country Christmas Carol” is the classic Dickens’ story of Ebenezer Scrooge set in typical small town USA where Ebenezer is the banker, owner of the hotel and half of the other real estate in town. He is a mean, miserly grouch who generally hates anything that has to do with Christmas.   

  • Cynthiana Sports Center open house is Thursday, Nov. 29

    An open house will be held Nov. 29, 6-8 p.m. at City Hall for the new Cynthiana-Harrison County Sports Complex.
    Commissioner Billy Grayson told commissioners Tuesday that the basketball season should get underway anytime after the open house.
    “There’s a few things still to do,” Grayson said, adding that plans are underway for hanging the new scoreboard, baseboards need to be added and the bleachers painted.

  • Harrison grand jury indicts 12 in Thursday session

    In addition to last Thursday’s indictment of Kay Brown, the wife of former Cynthiana mayor Jim Brown, the grand jury also issued indictments against 11 others.
    Forty-one-year-old Christopher Beckley faces a four-count indictment on charges that he had sexual intercourse with a child under 18 years old who was a relative.
    He is officially charged with two counts of incest from incidents alleged to have occurred in November 2011.