Today's News

  • Kentucky Afield Outdoors: New fishing regulations for 2018

    Lee McCLELLAN,
    Kentucky Afield Magazine
    A reduction in the statewide daily creel limit from 30 fish to 20 fish for crappie highlights the new fishing regulations for 2018. The regulations go into effect March 1.

  • Allen Bond named medical director of radiology

    Harrison Memorial Hospital announces Allen Bond, M.D., as the new medical director of radiology. Bond replaces Dr. Doug Crutcher, who stepped down as medical director in January 2018. Crutcher has been the medical director of radiology at HMH since 1996 and remains at HMH as a full-time staff radiologist and the vice-chief of the HMH Medical Staff.

  • KCTCS celebrating Entrepreneurship Week

    Feb. 17-24 is national Entrepreneurship Week and the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) is working with and helping create entrepreneurs around the state.
    For example, several colleges have business incubators right on campus. Ashland Community and Technical College began its program in 2004 with several goals, one of which was changing the culture of the region to include entrepreneurism as an economic development tool.

  • Cynthiana Police Report

    Case reports
    Jan. 29 -- At 11:58 a.m., Gary B. Moore reported that Snap-On tools were taken from his truck while it was parked on Renaker Alley the previous night. Total value of the items taken were in excess of $5,000.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Report

    Feb. 15--Dep. Tuan Kreer cited Mark Thomas Marsh with DUI, assault (3rd degree--police officer or probation officer), disorderly conduct (2nd degree), criminal mischief (2nd degree).
    Feb. 15--Dep. Nathan Olin cited Steven M. Medlin with DUI.
    Feb. 15--Sheriff Shain Stephens served an arrest warrant from Bourbon District Court to Robbie C. Williams for burglary (3rd degree).

  • HCHS Bowling
  • Kentucky Elks State Hoop Shoot
  • HCMS Colts Basketball
  • Sumpter finishes first over-all, archers do well in Region 8 Tournament

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    Freshman Kennedy Sumpter scored 26 tens and four nines as she totaled 296 to win the high school girls’ division of the Region 8 Archery Tournament, Saturday.  Sumpter was the highest scoring female at the meet on Saturday.
    The Harrison County High School team shot a team total of 3264. Kory Beth Whitehead shot 281 and Gunner Bryan 275 which were their highest scores to date.

  • Sports Beats

    Indoor track begins:
    Fillies at Mason, Shelby
    Coach Danny Simpson and a few of the Harrison County track team members have begun the 2018 indoor season.  The weather, as usual, has played havoc with early preparation but two girls competed this weekend.   
    Hannah Creech ran in the opening Mason County indoor event Saturday and finished sixth in the 400M dash in 1:10.87.  Twin sister Haley was in Shelby County participating in the pole vault in the meet there.  She cleared 8 feet-6.25 inches in her first meet of the season.