Today's News

  • Rohs presents hit comedy for last weekend in April

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer
    James Smith, director of the upcoming new comedy at Rohs Opera House, invites everyone to meet the Turpins, a family that’s barely holding it together. A family so dysfunctional, it’s laugh-out-loud funny.

  • It's OK to be different

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

  • Being a Cynthiana institution

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

  • Fillies spank Fleming County 10-3 Monday for 6th straight win

    After a slow start to the season the Harrison County Fillies won their sixth straight game Monday with a come-from-behind win over Fleming County.
    The Fillies spotted the Lady Panthers two runs in the second inning. They answered by scoring five times in the fourth inning and again in the sixth for the 10-3 win.
    Fleming County posted a single run in the seventh inning, but that was all they could muster.

  • Thorobreds drop third straight as South Laurel rolls 12-0

    Harrison County pitching walked seven, hit three batters and gave up nine hits in a 12-0 loss to South Laurel on Friday.  
    The Thorobreds also made four errors as they picked the wrong time to have a poor outing.  
    South Laurel came in with a 9-1 record and took control early scoring four times in the first and five more in the second inning.  
    Harrison County used seven pitchers with only Mark Taylor able to pitch effectively. The Cardinals’ sophomore Braden Miller allowed just three hits and a walk in the complete game effort.  

  • Runner charged with assault of officer

    By Becky Barnes, Editor
    A Harrison County man remains in jail after being charged with assault of a police officer.
    Christopher Combs, 29, was arrested Thursday night after police were called to a fight on Fourth Street.
    According to Ptl. Joe Warden of the Cynthiana Police Department, Combs was one of the parties involved in the fight.
    When Warden advised Combs that he had an outstanding warrant from a Fayette County indictment, Combs jumped from the porch and began running from the area.

  • Did you know?

    Home and Garden Show next weekend
    Cynthiana’s Home and Garden Show will be next weekend at the Burley Marketing Coop on U.S. 27 North.
    The show will begin at  9 a.m. Saturday, April 26, and at 12 p.m. on Sunday, April 27. Closing is at 4 p.m. both days.
    Admission is on non-perishable food item per person. All donations will go to the Harrison County Food Pantry.
    The show will feature nearly 70 booths as well as food and drink booths.

    KSP benefit for Trooper Island
    is May 10

  • Track squads in two meets, hurdles strong event for Fillies, Breds

    The Harrison County Fillies and Thorobreds were able, for the first time all season, to compete in two meets in one week along with having a full week of practice.  
    They competed in a nine-team meet Tuesday, April 8, in Woodford County and came back Saturday for a huge meet in Lexington at Tates Creek.  
    The Fillies finished third in the Woodford County event with junior Kassidy Cook winning both the 100M hurdles and the high jump. Cook also took fourth place in the long jump.  

  • Fillies win 3 times in Vernon Bibb Memorial, improve to 6-3-1

    The Harrison County Fillies continued their improvement over the weekend as they won all three of their games in the Vernon Bibb Memorial Showcase.  
    The eight-team round robin tournament featured George Rogers Clark, North Bullitt, Lexington Catholic, Montgomery County, Harrison County and the three Fillies opponents Boyd County, Whitesville Trinity and Grant County.
    Harrison County’s first game on Friday was against the 16th Region’s Lady Lions of Boyd County.  

  • Softball, early defections, and the Licking Valley Singers

    Several things are crossing my mind tonight as I write this article.  
    The 91st birthday party for Brother Jimmy Rose, which was so well documented in last week’s paper, had an error or two in it which is easy to understand due to the number of people in the life story of Bro. Rose and the different communities where he coached basketball.