Today's News

  • Soccer Fillies come up short against Campbell, GRC

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County Fillies traveled to Claryville last Wednesday and ran into the region favorite, Campbell County, dropping a 7-0 decision to the Lady Camels.  
    Seven different Campbell County players scored, which is an indication of just how deep and talented the region favorites are this year.  
    The Lady Camels have been in the region finals four of the last five years and show every indication to be there again this time.  

  • Persimmons dropping early this year

    The apple orchard has been picked clean, some are stowed in the refrigerator, some are applesauce, some frozen and the rest are dried and sitting patiently on the shelf until the dead of winter (we are not allowed to eat them until all fresh are eaten!)

  • Senior Night is rousing success for Breds soccer

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    Five seniors closed out their regular home season Friday night with a 4-0 win over Calvary Christian.  
    The match, played at nostalgic LeBus Field, featured recognition of the five senior players between the junior varsity and varsity contests.  
    Gus Garrison, Jesse Klapheke, Cory Moore, Scott Moore and Chris Ortiz were the focal point of the ceremony.  

  • Harrison County bowling league scores

    Saturday Bantam 10/3/15
    1 Strikers  W 8.5/L 3.5
    2 BB’s Kids  W 7.5/L 4.5
    3 Rockets  W 7/L 5
    4 Bomb Ship  W 6/L 6
    5 Pin Knockers W 5.5/L 6.5
    6 Happy Pins  W 1.5/L 10.5
    BOYS: Alex Coghill 88 113 201; Seth Tipton 83 113 196; Conner Tipton 91 92 183; Sam Heitfield 76 88 164; Michael Dampier 62 85 147; Dray Roberts 59 81 140; Caleb Burns 72 79 151; Frankie Grubbs 71 77 148; Andrew Wagoner 73 76 149; Carter Palmer 64 71 135; Adam Davisson 53 40 93; Oscar McDuffey 41 17 58; Easton Reynolds 30 25 55;

  • District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Sept. 21, 2015

    Johnny E. Miller, 1964, arraignment; speeding 10 mph over limit - paid; failure to register transfer of motor vehicle - dismissed.
    Dustin T. Morrison, 1993, arraignment; failure to produce insurance card, no tail lamps, license to be in possession; dismissed.
    Christopher T. Napier, 1995, arraignment; improper equipment, inadequate silencer (muffler); dismissed.
    Courtney L. Newsom, 1998, arraignment; failure to wear seat belts; guilty plea entered, $25.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Office

    Sept. 25 - At 9:39 p.m., a non-injury accident occurred on U.S. 62 West eight miles west of Cynthiana. Terri L. Yearsley of Dennis Lane was heading west when she struck a deer.
    Sept. 26 -- At 5:25 a.m., a non-injury accident occurred on Ky. 1054 South six miles west of Cynthiana. Victoria M. Marcom of Hillside Drive was traveling east when she lost control of the vehicle in a curve, went down an embankment and through a fence and posts.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Sept. 14 -- At 11:32 a.m., Elizabeth Villafuerte, Berry, reported that the rear window of her mother’s 1996 Ford Taurus was broken out sometime overnight. The vehicle was parked off-street at 317 W. Penn St. Villafuerte told police she noticed the damage when she was leaving for work.
    Sept. 15 -- At 3:12 p.m., police were called to 112 Shawnee Drive where Virginia Sullivan reported that her cell phone had been missing for two months and that David Burden had the phone. Police returned the phone to Sullivan.

  • Museum Musings 10-8-15

    • Log Cabin, Sept. 4 1914­—(From the story about the new post office on Walnut Street) “Inspector’s Scret Gallery, a long narrow gallery extending across shutters, enabling an inspector to see every employee in the office without himself being seen. A passage leads from the gallery to the basement. An inspector may therefore enter the secret passage either from the basement or from the second floor, without being seen by any office employee.”
    (Rather amazing, but the secret passage truly existed—2015 location of Whalen and Company.

  • Woosley family reunion

    Woosley family reunion/potluck on Oct. 18, at 1 p.m., at the Carlisle Depot, 101 Market St., Carlisle, Ky. Open to family, friends, and researchers. Setups and drinks will be provided.
    The Depot will be open around noon should you want to come early and view, update, or add information or pictures to the database. Bring your favorite dish.
    Call or text Becky Woosley at 859-749-7398.

  • Barnhills celebrate 50th anniversary