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Today's News

  • Murder/suicide may have been reason for fire, fatal shootings, says KSP detective

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Detectives with the Kentucky State Police stated that evidence points to the deaths of a Harrison County couple last week as being a murder-suicide.

  • Sports this week

    Oct. 15 -22
    Volleyball
    Wednesday, Oct.15, vs. Grant Co. varsity 7:30 p.m.
    Tuesday, Oct. 21, vs. Robertson Co. at Nicholas Co. District 6 p.m.
    Wednesday, Oct. 22, Championship Match at Nicholas Co. 7 p.m.
    Fillies soccer
    Wednesday, Oct. 21, District Championship at Mason Co. 7 p.m.
    Thorobreds soccer
    Thursday, Oct. 16, vs Mason County, District at Pendleton Co. 7 p.m.
    Saturday, Oct. 18, District championship at Pendleton County, 3 p.m.
    Football
    Saturday, Oct. 18, at Covington Catholic 1 p.m.

  • Fillies beat Mason County in district opener, advance to Wednesday’s finals

    After last week’s 3-0 loss to Franklin County at LeBus Field, Coach Kevin Gaunce was looking for a complete 80-minute effort from his Harrison County Fillies.  
    He got just that Monday in the opener of the 38th District tournament in Maysville.  
    A key stop on a penalty kick by goal keeper Chelsea Ingram propelled the Harrison County Fillies to a 3-1 win over Mason County Monday night as the Fillies advanced to the finals scheduled for Wednesday.  

  • Love triangle tarnished by shooting

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    A Harrison woman was arrested for shooting one of her boyfriends in the front yard of another boyfriend while they had a fist fight over her on Friday night.

  • JV football 5-0 with 41-6 win over Lewis Co.

    The Harrison County junior varsity football team traveled to Vanceburg Monday evening and routed the Lewis County Lions, 41-6.  The win gives the Breds a 5-0 record for the junior varsity season.
    Justice Moore started the game off right with a return for a touchdown on the opening kick off.  
    Austin Jackson’s extra point made it 7-0 and the Breds were on their way.

  • The world is full of mud

    I was not unfortunate enough to have to serve in Vietnam so what I know about it comes from reading, watching television and talking to those who were there.  
    I understand that during the monsoon season, it was awfully muddy in Vietnam.  
    While not nearly as important, it was also awfully muddy in Cynthiana on Friday night.  
    The soldiers could really do nothing about the mud, neither could the football players on Friday night.  

  • Sports beat

    Cross Country competes at
    St. Henry, hosts invitational
    next Thursday
    The Harrison County cross country team ran in the St. Henry Invitational Saturday with HCMS runner Payton Doyle turning in the best performance. She finished 28th of the 104 runners in the middle school girls’ division. Megan Watts, Morgan Cooper, and Jaelyn Terhune also ran for the middle school girls’ team.  
    Thomas Morris led the middle school boys as he ran in 54th place in the 98-runner competition.  

  • Breds soccer finishes regular season with Senior Night at LeBus Field

    The Harrison County Thorobreds soccer team wrapped up the regular season with a Senior Night match with Sayre played on LeBus Field.  
    The original Senior Night was planned for the Grant County game on Tuesday, but heavy rains and severe weather wiped that out.
    The Breds were coming off a 6-3 win over St. Patrick in the last home performance in the Athletic Complex where they had improved their record to 5-8-1.  

  • Breds lose mud fest to Holmes 12-6 Friday

    The best description of Friday night’s football game on the Hilltop was that of an undisciplined mud fest.  
    Covington Holmes and Harrison County combined for 21 penalties for 178 yards, which signifies a lack of discipline for both teams.  
    The Thorobreds tallied 102 yards in penalties, which was more than the evening’s total Harrison County offense.  

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Sept. 29, 2014
    PROBATE CASES
    Estate of Mary Elizabeth Clay, probate hearing; order entered.
    Estate of Raymond H. Martin, probate hearing; will admitted, order entered, bond approved.
    Estate of Betty Tucker, probate hearing; will admitted, codicil admitted, order entered, bond approved.
    CIVIL CASES
    Cynthiana Home Trust vs. Timothy Dotson, motion hour; default judgment.
    Drain Doctor, LLC vs. Teresa Fields, motion hour; default judgment.