Today's News

  • Breds district champs with routs of Robertson, Pendleton counties

    The Harrison County Thorobreds defeated Robertson County 11-0 Monday night and Pendleton County 14-0 Tuesday to win another 38th District title.  
    C.J. Claypool, Dillon Arnold and Austin Reffett combined to pitch the five-inning shutout Monday against the Black Devils of Robertson County.  
    They allowed one hit while striking out 12 and walking only one.  

  • Score 'N' More
  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding May 6, 2015
    Estate of Elizabeth Clifton, probate hearing; order entered, bond approved.
    Estate of Johnnie Elwood Coffey, probate hearing; passed.
    Estate of Robert Wray Denniston, probate hearing; will admitted, order entered, bond approved.
    Estate of Eva Mae Hiten, motion hour; order entered.
    Gene D. McKinley vs. Terra Doolin, motion hour; passed to be re-noticed.
    Cach, LLC vs. April Fite, motion hour; default judgment.

  • Harrison Family Court

    Judge Heather Fryman
    presiding May 13, 2015
    Verlon Lee Meredith vs. Janet Marie Kiskaden, show cause hearing; agreed order entered.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    May 11 -- At 2:10 p.m., an injury accident occurred on Ky 36 West eight miles from the Cynthiana city limits. Richie Hafer, a driver for Mark Sadler Trucking, reported that he was traveling west on Ky. 36 when a passenger car coming in the opposite direction crossed the center line and crowded him off the road. The tractor axles dropped off the side of the road, then turned over in the ditch line.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    May 1 -- At 10:20 a.m., William M. Derrickson, Paris, reported that while he was working on a 2004-05 Ford Explorer he removed two catalytic converters. The converters were placed in the back of the vehicle while he was removing the transmission. The vehicle was locked and when he went back, the converters were missing.
    May 2 -- Police were advised of a missing juvenile and her suspected whereabouts. Police searched at residence on Mill Street. The female was reported to have returned home.

  • Florence completes constable training

    Darrell Florence, Harrison County Constable, District 8, recently attended the Kentucky Constable Academy and State Conference.

  • Made in the shade

    It is strange, but true … people often refer to shade as a problem.  
    How many times have you heard of people desperately searching for that one magic thing they can do to get grass to grow underneath a pin oak?  
    Why can’t we just accept the fact that it just isn’t possible and move on to better things?
    And, there are lots of better things when it comes to shade.

  • Hair House moves to new location on East Pike Street

    Bonnie Kellione Flanery has relocated her Hair House business from Pike County to 114 E. Pike St.
    Her Pike County Hair House was in business since 1980. However, when her sons, Mark and Roger Kellione moved to Harrison County, she soon followed with her daughter, Kassandra Norman and her growing family.
    Norman works as a master stylist in the shop and will be joined by her brother, Jason, after he graduates from Lexington Salon Professional Academy.

  • Hampton’s in at family business

    Cynthiana son Brent Hampton has made a name for himself -- from his glory days on the Hilltop, playing football and baseball, to playing college football at Eastern Kentucky University and on to excellence as a college basketball official.
    Now, Hampton, 38, is coming back to his hometown and the family business with experience and a passion for Cynthiana and Harrison County.
    Hampton will be the newest addition to the Palmer Hampton Agency where he will be an insurance producer/agent.