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Today's News

  • Eastside Fifth Grade History Club
  • HCHS band set to premier student composition

    On Sunday, May 7, the Harrison County Middle and High School bands will present their annual spring concert in the high school auditorium beginning at 2 p.m.  
    “We love the spring concert,” said band director John Merz, “because we get to have a bit more fun with the music we play.”  
    The middle school band has been working on some fun tunes that attendees are sure to recognize, such as Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” and music from “Star Wars.”  

  • Eastside Elementary Wax Museum
  • Harrison County Middle School Student Leadership
  • HMH ranked 9th in Best Places to Work in Kentucky

    Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) was recognized and honored at the Best Places to Work in Kentucky 11th annual Awards Dinner on April 26 at the Lexington Heritage Hall. The final rankings were announced at the event, and HMH ranked ninth out of 29 in the medium business category. For the past seven years, HMH has been ranked five times in the top 10.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Olivea Jo Coffey, April 1, daughter of Brittany Jo Lewis and Cody Douglas Coffey; Makayla Rees Pierce, March 23, daughter of Jamie and Larry Pierce Jr.
    Jim Schmidt to return as principal at the Harrison County High School.
    The Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum grand opening celebration will be held May 11-12 at its new location in the old Rohs Theatre building on Walnut Street.

  • Celebrating 90 years

    Celebrating 90 years
    Frances Cox celebrated her 90th birthday with friends and family at her home on Sunday, April 30.
    We extend a sincere thank you for all who came, enjoying refreshments and fellowship and making this birthdy a most memorable occasion for Frances.
    Her advice for a long life is, always keep God in your heart and He will guide you to great friends and a healthy life.

  • Pruning spring flowering shrubs

    June 1 is the official cut off that marks the difference between a spring bloomer and a summer bloomer.
    Does it matter that you know? Yes, if you want to properly prune because pruning after June 1 could result in no blooms next year.
    This spring was a great one for spring bloomers: lilacs, viburnums, azaleas, rhododendrons and many others were all able to do their thing without a major frost or freeze here at the farm.   

  • Extension Homemakers to hold annual meeting on May 22

    “Winning with Harrison County Extension Homemakers” is the theme for the 71st annual Meeting for the Harrison County Extension Homemakers. The meeting will be held on Monday, May 22, at 6:30 p.m.   The cost is $12 with the registration deadline of May 12.    Tickets can be purchased at the Harrison County Extension Office. All homemakers and interested individuals are invited to attend.

  • Statepoint Crossword Puzzle Solution