Today's News

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Jayden Storm Beamon, April 24, son of Tanya Claypool and Bryon Beamon; Abigayle Faith and Addyson Grace Berry, June 9, twin daughters of George and Deanna Berry; Jaydon Lee Clem, April 4, son of Artie Annabeth Harris and David Lee Clem; Kerstyn Brooke Cox, May 21, daughter of Kristin Marie Welte and Tim Cox; Lilliann Skylar Poe, June 20, daughter of Tanya and William E. Poe; Alexander Gene Wiley, April 27, son of Tim and Meg Wiley; Noa Alexis Workman, June 27, daughter of Brian and Michelle (Dorton) Workman.

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  • Kevin Bryant joins Harrison Memorial medical staff

    The staff of Harrison Memorial Hospital  announces the addition of Kevin Bryant, Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine (D.P.M.), to its medical staff.
    Podiatry is a field of medicine that strives to improve the overall health and well-being of patients by focusing on preventing, diagnosing, and treating conditions associated with the foot and ankle. Doctors of Podiatric Medicine (DPMs) are physicians and surgeons who practice on the lower extremities, primarily on feet and ankles.

  • Academic briefs

    Dean’s list
    Eastern Kentucky University announces the students who earned Dean’s List honors for the Spring 2015 semester.
    The List includes: Jennifer Dufresne Brett, Casey Milane Hinton, Tiffani Amber Hutchinson, Bailey Kathleen Caudill, Shaela Bre Christian, Susan Brook Darnell, Elizabeth Rae Ford, Nicole Michele Foright, Ashlee N. Gaunce, Luke Thomas Graves, Daniel Steven Klapheke, Makinsey Brooke Lesak, and Cindy Kang Rognstad.

  • Summer Feeding Program

    The Harrison County Summer Feeding Program is continuing Monday through Friday at River Road Ball Park. Children who are 19 and younger can eat free. Lunch is served between 12 and 12:30 p.m.

  • MCTC/LVC accepting registration for fall classes

    MCTC/Licking Valley Campus  is now offering a diploma for industrial maintenance technician. 

    Classes will begin Aug. 17. Now is the time to be admitted and registered. 

  • Dr. Hines relocates to Main Street

    By Kelly McKinney, News writer

    Patients of Cynthiana Vision Center will now be going to a new location.  

    The center moved last month to 308 N. Main St., into the old Kentucky Bank building. 

  • Heritage Council submits ‘more realistic’ estimates for Handy House

    By Kelly McKinney, News writer

    With the fate of Handy House in limbo, members of the Harrison County Heritage Council continue to fight to save the almost 200-year-old home. 

  • Dr. Cooper to chair AMA delegation

    By Kelly McKinney, News writer

    A Cynthiana doctor who calls his practice old-fashioned because of its focus on patients says that his work with organized medicine has been just as important.