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Today's News

  • He was a great man

    Even though the Breds are 0-5 and face Highlands this week there were still some positive things that happened on the Hilltop Friday.  
    First though before I go into that, I want to congratulate Jerry Dawson on his hole in one Sunday.  
    I was surprised that this was Jerry’s first hole in one since he is a good player and plays often.  I saw on Facebook Sunday afternoon that Jerry made the shot and since I planned to play anyway made it to the Cynthiana Country Club in time for a free drink.  

  • Marshall named NFL fitness ambassador

    Clif Marshall, performance director at Ignition Performance Group in Cincinnati, has signed a contract with the NFL to become the fitness ambassador for the NFL Up Program.  
    The NFL Up Program invites fans to get fit like their favorite player.  

  • Sports beat

    Harrison County Cross Country
    competes in Berea Invitational
    Members of the Harrison County High School cross country team and the Harrison County Middle School team ran in the Berea Invitational Saturday morning.  
    The HCMS teams had enough runners to compete for the team title with the girls coming in fifth and the boys sixth.

  • From "Limo" to "Lightning"

    Editor’s note: Nancy Kennedy is on vacation this week. Her husband requested this column from 2004 about his 1968 Ford Falcon station wagon be rerun. He still misses that car. Nancy doesn’t.

    Although a brand new Ford F-150 “Lightning” pickup truck tops my husband’s list of dream vehicles, his eyes still mist whenever anyone mentions ‘the limo.”

  • JV Breds conquer Indians Monday in Mt. Sterling 36-0

    Harrison County’s offensive line dominated the line of scrimmage and the defense picked off two passes and recovered three fumbles in route to a 36-0 win over Montgomery County Monday night.  
    The first quarter’s first drive saw Malik Powell romp over and around the defense as he ran 35 yards for a touchdown.  

  • Yellow Jackets fly past Breds on Hilltop

    If the game was only the first and fourth quarters, the Harrison County Thorobreds would have been in the thick of it Friday.  
    After the No. 3-ranked Williamsburg Yellow Jackets scored twice in the first two minutes of the game, Mark Taylor hit Colin Coy with a long touchdown throw to apparently bring the Breds within one score. However, a penalty for hitting a defenseless player was called on Harrison County.  
    This penalty, which appeared to many to be a dead ball foul, was called as a live ball foul and took the points off of the score board.  

  • New Drivers

    Geoffrey M. Gayhart, Chloe Love Depew, Joshua Michael Graves, Dalton Moore, Steven K. Roach II, Jacob Ross, Anna Marsh, Lauren Rosensteel, Whitley Smith, Ryan Brown, David Ramirez.

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Sept. 25, 2014
    SMALL CLAIMS
    McKinley Auto Mart vs. Amanda Gallagher, court trial; did not appear, judgement at $2,500 and costs.
    Aaron’s Sales and Lease vs. Steven Harp, court trial; judgment for $1,650 and costs.

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Sept. 22, 2014
    PROBATE CASES
    Estate of Ralph Jett, probate hearing; will admitted, order dispensing entered.
    Estate of Edgar Patrick Sr., probate hearing; order entered, bond approved.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Sept. 2 -- At 9:33 a.m., a Cynthiana woman reported that she was receiving harassing text messages from a family member and that she feared retribution if he discovered she had been talking with police.
    Sept. 2 -- At 8:42 p.m., Victor Perez, 104 Walnut St., reported that sometime after 7 p.m., someone broke the rear glass door window to gain entry and removed his laptop computer.
    Sept. 2 -- At 9:42 p.m., Dylan L. Brown, 412 E. Pike St., reported that he was attacked by Benjamin Bills.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    Sept. 17 -- At 4:18 p.m., a non-injury accident occurred on Ky. 1940 four miles east of the city limits. Judith McGee of Shadynook Pike was traveling south on a farm tractor with a wagon attached. Preparing to make a left turn, McGee made a signal to turn left and Angela Kearns, of Lake Road, traveling behind her, mistook the signal for permission to pass. They collided.