Today's News

  • Honor Roll

    The Eastside Elementary Honor Roll for the first nine weeks includes:
    Fourth Grade
    Jaydon Abbott, Christian Barnett, *Brooke Bennett, Christian Brown, Barton Chasteen, *Kylar Childress,  Paul Copes, Madison Cox,  James Frazier Dailey, Dylan Duckworth, *Justin Duncan,  *Bethany Franklin, *Joshua Garrison, Jenna Gaunce, *Keegan Gravette, *Wyles Harney, *Kaylee Hawkins;

  • HCHS Speech Team
  • Honor Roll

    The Harrison County Middle School Honor Roll for the first nine weeks includes:
    Sixth Grade - All A’s
    Kendall Box, Rachel Clifford, Kathyraine Coghill, Arya Curtis, Jazmin Dietrich, Jason Gant, Liza Gossett, Hailey Herrington, Will Johnson, Madalynn Jones, Amber Kern, Jessalyn Kuntz, Ben Lemmings, Caden Maners, Patrick Marshall, Laurel McDaniel, Sara McLoney, Kaylee Brooke    Northcutt, Austin Pack, Molly Perkins, Aaron Pickett, Hope Stiltner, Jensen Sullivan, Raven Sullivan, Jaelyn Terhune.
    Sixth Grade - A/B

  • Beef Check-off Referendum scheduled for Nov. 20

    On Nov. 20, Kentucky will hold a Beef Check-off Referendum. Each county will vote at their local extension office. The Harrison County Extension Office will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. to receive your vote. Your votes will then be forwarded to Frankfort for Harrison County.
    The following is a fact sheet answering any questions or concerns you may have regarding the check-off referendum. If you have additional questions, feel free to call the Extension Office at 859-234-5510 or the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association at 859-278-0899.

  • Make your infants weird this Halloween

    It’s scary sometimes what the internet teaches me about myself.
    When just browsing on the web, I try to resist clicking links to the teaser articles that have numbers in their headlines.
    You know the types of ‘articles’ I’m talking about:
    “7 Oscar-winning actors who started out as slasher movie victims”;
    “The 12 greatest horror movies you’ve never seen”;
    “8 words about 12 high-calorie desserts from 21 greasy spoon cafes in the American south.”

  • A ride to remember: 25 miles to a cure

    By Nancy Greene, Guest columnist
    Cancer has touch all of us in some way and we all want to help however we can.
    Madeline Sparks wanted more than anything to ride her horse, Emmitt, with her mother Jeanne in the NARTC trail competition, which was in September 2104.
    The ride would be held at East Fork Stables in Tennessee. East Fork Stables is part of The Big South Fork National Park. So a goal was set.
    Madeline would ride her “soul horse” Emmit.

  • Spooky Boo Wow Howl-o-ween Parade Results

    The winners of each category were:  

    Category 1- Most Spooktacular Costume
    • 1st Place - contestant #99 - Carrie Tilton and her dog Hope
    • 2nd Place - contestant #77 - Heather Fryman and her dog Star who was adopted at one of the past Spooky Boo Wow Parades
    • 3rd Place - contestant #89 - Nathan and Kayla Linville and their dog Miss Priss

    Category 2 - Best Doggie/Owner Combo Costumes
    • 1st Place - contestants #100/101 - Susie Miller and family with dogs Max and Lola

  • Missing O'Brien identified as victim found at Robinson Dam

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Less than 24 hours after launching a search for a missing Cynthiana man, Harrison County Search and Rescue recovered his body at the base of Robinson Dam Tuesday evening.

  • Time to fall back

    This weekend will mark the return to Eastern Standard Time (EST) at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 2, when the official time change will take effect.

    Clocks should be set back by one hour, giving everyone an extra hour of sleep. In order to avoid being an hour early for Sunday morning appointments, set your clocks back before going to bed Saturday night.

  • Bluegrass Pipeline awards community grants in Harrison