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Today's News

  • Church briefs

    CENTRAL CHRISTIAN
    Central Christian Church is having their annual church picnic Saturday, Aug. 31 at Blue Licks State Park. Members are encouraged to bring friends and meet at the church at Second and Riggs Ave. at 11:45 a.m. to make sure everyone has a ride.
    Mike Workman, was recently ordained as Elder for the Central congregation.
    Pastor Benny Northcutt invites the public to attend Sunday services at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. each week, and Wednesday classes at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the corner of Second Street and Riggs Avenue in Belmont.

  • Community Calendar

    MONDAY, Sept. 2

    Library Closed. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library will be closed in recognition of Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 2.

    TUESDAY, Sept. 3

  • Soccer Breds clinch Holy Cross win in sudden death

    The Thorobreds Classic Soccer Tournament had something for everyone Tuesday night unless one might be faint of heart.  

    There were more cards handed out than a night on the Dixie Queen, thunder (no lightning) which means delays and in the midst of all this some pretty good soccer for early season play.

  • Sports beat

    Carson earns full scholarship at NKY

    Former Fillies’ second baseman Michelle Carson, daughter of Amy Wiglesworth, has received a full scholarship from Northern Kentucky University to play her senior season for the Lady Norse.  

  • Sports beat

    Carson earns full scholarship at NKY

    Former Fillies’ second baseman Michelle Carson, daughter of Amy Wiglesworth, has received a full scholarship from Northern Kentucky University to play her senior season for the Lady Norse.  

  • Mike’s Minute

    The rules of sports are usually fairly simple and straight forward though some times the writing of the rules is vague and not exactly clear.  This also goes for other rules that cover not only the game but factors surrounding the game as well.

  • ROMPING FILLIES

     

    The Athletic Complex was the scene of Monday evening’s soccer regular season opener for the Mason County Lady Royals and the Harrison County Fillies.  

  • Football Breds roll over Pendleton in scrimmage

     

    One of the oldest clichés in sports is that it wasn’t that close, but in the case of Friday’s scrimmage, that is an accurate description.  

  • Golf teams win big matches

    The Harrison County Thorobreds golf team and the Harrison County Fillies team won duel matches during the last week and each team continues to improve as the season moves along.  

    Last Wednesday the Fillies traveled to Pendleton County and were defeated by one of the better teams in the region, the Pendleton County Lady Cats, 254 to 190.  

  • Fillies open volleyball with straight sets for win over St. Patrick

    Coach Bill Faulkner’s Harrison County Fillies volleyball team won three straight sets to open the 2013 season with a victory over St. Patrick on the Hilltop Monday night.  

    The Fillies won hard-fought matches each time as the Saints from Maysville battled them tooth and nail.