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Today's News

  • Sports This Week

    Aug. 17-Aug.24

    Volleyball

    Thursday, Aug. 18 vs. Nicholas Co. (H) JV/V 6 p.m.

    Saturday, Aug.20 at Glacier Inv. Bracken Co. 9 a.m.

    Tuesday, Aug. 23 vs. Lexington Christian (H) FR/JV/V 5:30 p.m.

     

    Breds Soccer

    Thursday, Aug.18 vs. Paris (H) JV/V 6/7:45 p.m.

    Tuesday, Aug. 23 at Rowan Co. JV/V 6:30/7:45 p.m.

     

    Fillies Soccer

  • Always for the underdog!

    I believe that most Americans have a soft spot in their heart for the underdog.  This is especially true in sports, unless the opposition to the underdog happens to be a particular favorite team.  My article this week is about an underdog kind of situation that turned out better than one could have hoped.

    Jim Furnish’s horrific accident on Thursday could not have happened at a worse time.  

    While Jim is extremely busy with farming, working last week had more packed into it than usual.  

  • Soccer Fillies finish preparation for season with Frankfort scrimmage

    Mike Aldridge,

    Sports Writer

    hoosiers49@gmail.com

     

    Saturday was the final warm up for the Harrison County Fillies soccer team as they played two 40-minute scrimmages in the Frankfort Soccerama. 

    Bath County was the first opponent for the Fillies and the Lady Cats saw Harrison County control the tempo and the ball for the span of the game.  

  • Six inducted into Football Hall of Fame Saturday

    Mike Aldridge,

    Sports Writer

    hoosiers49@gmail.com

     

    The Harrison County Football Alumni Association Hall of Fame added six more players to its hallowed hall Saturday night in ceremonies held in the Field House on the Hilltop.  

    After a meal was served, Kim Furnish who was standing in for her father, Jim, who was injured this week in an accident, welcomed the crowd.  She then turned the program over to Jim Swinford, who served as master of ceremonies.

  • PGA Kentucky Junior Event won by Anthony Vascotto Saturday

    Mike Aldridge,

    Sports Writer

    hoosiers49@gmail.com

     

    The PGA Kentucky Junior Tour made a stop Saturday at the Cynthiana Country Club to hold a fall 9-hole event.  There were players from 10 central Kentucky cities competing in the tournament with 19 players overall.  

    The event had three boys’ classes and two girls’.  The age group breakdowns were boys and girls 13-18, boys 11-12, boys 10 and under and girls 9 and under.  

  • Cynthiana Country Club July 2016 LGA Winners

    Cynthiana Country Club

    July 2016 LGA Winners

     

    7/5/16                              Hateíem

    18 Holers: Donna Jacobs 72 9 Holers: Kelly Kendall 30

    Phyllis Kennedy 78 Layne McIlvain 31

  • Bowling results

    Sunday Mixed 8/14/16

     

    1 Jackwagons W 4.0/L 0

    2 Close Enough W 3.0/L 1.0

    3 Pale Riders W 3.0/L 1.0

    4 Drillers W 3.0/L 1.0

    5 Patty and The Beast W 2.0/L 2.0

    6 Gutter Lovers W 2.0/L 2.0

  • Property Transfers

    PROPERTY TRANSFERS

    Estate of Martha F. Haydon, by and through Joe F. Haydon-Executor, Joe F. Haydon and Linda A. Haydon to Stephen A. Fields and Virginia M. Fields, Lot 4 of Kirtley McDaniel Lots, Harrison County, $112,500.

    Special Warranty Deed: JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, property at 102 Webster Avenue.

    The Anna Frances Cason Family Living Trust to Brandy Byrd, property in Harrison County, $78,000.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Report

    HARRISON COUNTY

    SHERIFF’S REPORT

    Citations

    Aug. 12--Dep. Matt Royse arrested William D. Earlywine for driving with one headlight, careless driving, DUI, failure to produce an insurance card, no registration receipt and possession of a an open alcoholic beverage.

    Aug. 12--Dep. Robert Peak arrested Tyler S. Wynn on a bench warrant from Harrison District Court for failure to appear.

     

    Accidents

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    CYNTHIANA POLICE DEPARTMENT

    Case reports