Today's News

  • 3M gives state-of-the-art computers to schools

    Lee Kendall,

    News Writer



    The Sept. 27 Harrison County School District board meeting started off with a bang when District Technology Director Melissa Shepard and Harrison County High School engineering teacher Roger Hurst informed the board of three state-of-the-art computers that have been donated to the school district from 3M

  • Clowning around

    Becky Barnes,




    You won’t see this bunch of clowns hanging out along highways or bridges, but don’t underestimate their fear factor.

    Beginning Friday, Sept. 30, the Field of Fear on U.S. 62 West will open for its second season.

    Visitors to the corn maze can expect to weave and wind through over two acres of frightful paths.

  • 10-year sentence for robbery role

    Becky Barnes,




    A 10-year sentence was issued to Chelsey Durbin last week in Harrison Circuit Court following a guilty plea for her role in a gas station robbery.

    Durbin, 24, agreed to a plea deal that reduced her charge from a first-degree to second-degree complicity to commit robbery.

    Durbin’s sentencing ends the cases that she and Matthew Baker shared.

  • HCMS Fillies split with Paris, sweep Lexington Christian this week

    Mike Aldridge,

    Sports Writer



    The Harrison County Middle School girls seventh and eighth grade basketball teams played Paris on Monday night and Lexington Christian Tuesday night winning three of four games.

    On Monday night, the seventh grade, led by Gabby Hatterick’s 21 points, beat the Paris seventh grade team 33-18. Addison Peak scored six points for the Fillies with Olivia Hatterick scoring four and Kara Hines two points.

  • Fillies win two volleyball matches to improve to 21-4

    Mike Aldridge,

    Sports Writer



    The Harrison County Fillies took out two northern Kentucky teams in a home match Thursday and on the road Tuesday to improve to 21-4 for the year.

    Last Thursday, the Harrison County junior varsity set the pace with a three-set win 21-19, 17-21 and 21-18. 

    The varsity Fillies went four sets for the match win, 25-22, 20-25, 25-22 and 25-23.  

  • HCHS Homecoming Court
  • Another legend gone

     2016 has been a rough year for heroes in my life-time.  

    Sunday, Arnold Palmer passed away at age 87.  Palmer is another in the long line of sports figures that have passed away in 2016.  

    The more famous like Muhammad Ali, Pat Summitt and Palmer head the list that also includes Buddy Ryan, Dennis Green, Gordie Howe, Joe Garagiola, and Monte Irvin, among others.  

    Also,  on Sunday, we learned that Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was killed in a boating accident.

  • Sports Beat

    Harrison County beats Powell County 58-0 in non-varsity action Monday

    The combined Harrison County junior varsity/freshman football team ran rough-shod over Powell County, 58-0, Monday in a game played in Stanton.  

    “We played well enough that everyone got into the game,” said Coach Van Isaac.

  • Sports This Week

     Sept. 28- Oct. 5


    Friday, Sept. 30 vs. Scott High (H) 7:30 PM Homecoming

    Monday, Oct. 3 vs. West Jessamine (H) 5:30 PM FR/JV


    Breds Soccer

    Thursday, Sept. 29 at Frankfort JV/V 6/7:45 PM

    Tuesday, Oct. 4 vs. Model (H) V/JV 6/7:45 PM


  • Asher qualifies for state golf tournament, team third Tuesday

    Mike Aldridge,

    Sports Writer



    Harrison County High School senior golfer Reese Asher qualified for the state tournament next week in Bowling Green by shooting a 77 in Tuesday’s regional tournament.  

    The Harrison County team was third just missing qualifying as a team by two strokes.