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Today's News

  • FBLA wins awards at state conference

    The Harrison County ATC Chapter attended the Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference at the Galt House in Louisville, April 12-14. The chapter had 23 officers, advisers, members, and guests attending.  

  • Harrison County Fiscal Court audit released

    State Auditor Crit Luallen has released the audit of the financial statements of the Harrison County Fiscal Court for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2010. State law requires annual audits of county fiscal courts.
    The audit found that the county’s financial statements, in all material respects, fairly present the county’s assets, liabilities, and net assets arising from cash transactions and revenues received and expenditures paid in conformity with the modified cash basis of accounting.

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  • Academic briefs

    The Centerville Jazz Band in Centerville, Ohio announces the addition of Ted Leith to the staff for the 2011 fall season.
    Leith will be the Director of Marching Percussion for the marching band and indoor drumline programs, as well as the primary private instructor for all of our students.
    Leith comes to Centerville with experience as a member of Rhythm X and Redline indoor drumlines, as well as The Oregon Crusaders and The Cavaliers drum and bugle corps’. He has also played and traveled extensively with Top Secret Drum Corps based in Basel Switzerland.

  • Farmers Market grand opening will be April 30

    The Harrison County Farmers Market will open the 2011 Farmers Market located at Flat Run Veterans Park on Saturday, April 30 at 10 a.m.
    After completion of the market facility we have prepared for this date. We will have a representative from the Kentucky Governors Office of AG Policy and members of county and city government to participate in the ribbon cutting ceremony.

  • Ideal goal in planting corn is to choose the optimum date

    The corn planting season has begun for a few who are planting a large number of acres. With the current wet period it may be different to plant corn at the optimum time for the highest yield possible. Soil temperatures and wet conditions will determine how successful we will be for the production season.
    Dr. Jim Herbek, Corn Specialist at Princeton Station, developed a fact sheet on planting dates which should consider all information when deciding on timing of planting corn. I have selected a part of this article for you to consider.

  • Tips on starting seeds indoors and out

    Starting seeds indoors turns out to be a necessary skill if you want success with early crops that prefer cooler temperatures during the growing season like cabbage, broccoli and Brussels sprouts.  
    Setting out a young plant means it has a chance to reach maturity before our summer temperatures soar and the plants bolt and become bitter.   

  • Woodrich named NRCS State Conservationist

    Karen Woodrich has been named Kentucky’s USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) State Conservationist.
    Woodrich comes to Kentucky from Champaign, Ill., where she served as the Assistant State Conservationist for Operations.
    She has also served as Acting State Conservationist in Vermont, and an Area Conservationist covering 23 counties in Iowa.