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Today's News

  • Breds take 2-1 loss against Pendleton Wildcats

    In boys soccer, the Breds lost a heartbreaker to district rival Pendleton County on Tuesday night, 2-1. The host Wildcats scored first, but Harrison County answered with a goal by Jake Jenkins at the 15 minute mark of the second half to knot the score at 1-1.

    Bobby (Feeback) played a nice through ball to Jake who outran a defender to the ball and scored, is how Harrison County coach Nick Hill explained the Breds lone goal.

  • Bad week for HCHS sports

    As far as wins and losses go, it hasnt been the best week for Harrison County High School sports teams.

    However, tough competition and close games should payoff for the Thorobreds and Fillies as their respective seasons progress.

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    On Monday night, the Harrison County Fillies ran into a buzz saw and were defeated by a strong Lexington Christian Academy team 4-0 in Lexington.

    The 14th ranked Eagles scored three first-half goals to take control of the game, but Harrison County coach Kim Jenkins was anything but disappointed with the efforts of her team.

  • Rohs to be a Jungle starting tomorrow

    Atop a boulder, Ethan Rognstad holds his fist high.

    Hear me, people of the jungle, he shouts. A hush falls over the area. We are of one blood, you and I.

    The ROHS Acting Troupes Junior Rohsians will present The Jungle Book at Rohs Opera House this weekend.

    Rognstad, who will turn 12 years old on opening night, portrays Mowgli. He is a jungle boy who wandered away from the village when he was too young to know where he was going, Ethan explained. He was taken in and cared for by wolves, and he doesnt know his human family.

  • Cattle round-up

    Dr. Jeff Lehmkuhler spoke to the Harrison County Beef Cattle Association Thursday, Aug. 14, on the subject of sell now or later. Lehmkuhler is taking the place of Dr. John Johns, a cattle nutrition specialist who retired recently. We didnt have any trouble pronouncing or spelling Johns first name or last, but this guy may become Dr. Jeff. He doesnt look like hed mind.

  • Khloe's battle: Newborn fights for her life against cancer

    When the doctor announced to Erik and Ella Fryman that they had a "beautiful, healthy baby girl," they were half right.

    Khloe Fryman is no doubt beautiful. She is 10 pounds and two ounces of grab-your-heart gorgeous. She can turn on a smile that exudes through her eyes one minute, and the next instant, she can pucker up with a quivering lip to let her momma know she needs to do something to make her smile again.

    However, Khloe is not "healthy."

  • Fillies unable to settle Lady Cats

    On Tuesday, while the girls volleyball team dropped a tough decision to Pendleton County in downtown Falmouth, the Fillies volleyball team took one on the chin against the Lady Cats on the hill at Pendleton County High School.

    Coming off easy wins over Nicholas County and East Jessamine to start the regular season, Harrison County was victimized by its inability to settle in and play its game against Pendleton County.

    The host LadyCats won two straight over the Fillies in the best of three series, 25-22 and 25-19.

  • Fill the pantry with a garden vegetable bounty

    During the summer my grocery bills are pretty modest. My vegetable garden keeps us well-supplied in fruits and vegetables. The goal now is to turn the summer bounty into something we can use in the winter, too. I am getting much better at putting up my homegrown produce.

  • Anna Christine Burgan - Birth

    Anna Christine Burgan was born to Kurt and Jennifer Burgan of Cynthiana on July 1, 2008 at Harrison Memorial Hospital.

    She weighed 7 lbs. 11 oz., and is welcomed by her sisters, Sara Ann and Laura Beth Ledford.

    Maternal grandparents are Robert Bedford of Cynthiana and the late Betty Bedford.

    Paternal grandparents are Inez Burgan of Cynthiana and the late Prentice Burgan Jr.

  • 28 years working + four robberies equals retirement for Philpot

    After 28 years in the banking industry and being a victim of four robberies, Christine Philpot was ready to retire.

    She had looked down the barrel of a Saturday Night Special, been shut inside the bank's vault, told if she pushed a button it would be her last, and with the last robbery told, "I'm sorry I made a bad day for you ladies," after he had helped himself to the contents of the cash drawer.

    Yes, Philpot said, it was time to retire. On May 9, she did just that.

    "I loved my job," she said.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .