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Today's News

  • Score 'N' More
  • Fillies defeat Augusta, lose at Bryan Station

    The Harrison County Fillies wrapped up the regular season Friday night with a 60-31 loss at Bryan Station after beating Augusta 55-50 Wednesday on the Hilltop.  
    The Fillies end the season with a 5-21 record yet are an improving ball club.  
    On Wednesday, Harrison County overcame an outstanding performance from Augusta sophomore Jerica Kelsch who lit up the score board for 31 points.  
    Kelsch scored only two points in the opening period, which saw Harrison County lead 17-6 at the stop.  

  • Restaurant Inspections

    Dec. 12 -- Hilltop Grill, 99%, good job labeling and temperature recordings; single service items for storage/dispensing.
    Dec. 12 -- 3M Cafeteria, 97%, walls, ceiling, attached equipment construction should be in good repair, clean surfaces, easily cleanable rooms and equipment vented as required; premises should remain clear of litter.
    Dec. 12 -- Ewalt’s Grocery, 100%.
    Jan. 3 -- Angilo’s, 98%, walls, ceilings, fans, dusty; shelving, prep tables cleaning. Good job labeling, hot temperatures.

  • Property Transfers

    Steven Maynard and Rachel Maynard to Brian K. Bishop and Kimberly Bishop, property in Harrison County on Beaver Creek, $55,000.
    Special Warranty Deed: U.S. Bank National Association to Randy Northcutt, property in the Belmont Additiion, $29,299.
    Sole Ownership-Cash Deed for Kentucky: Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Randy Northcutt, property at 119 N. Elmarch Ave., $34,000.
    Jean Arthur Daniel to Jeffrey Scott Fugate, Tracts 34 and 42 of Maric Farms No. 7.

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Feb. 11, 2013
    PROBATE CASES
    Estate of Cynthia Neace, probate hearing; passed.
    CIVIL CASES
    Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. vs. Corey Brandenburg, motion hour; passed.
    Capital One Bank vs. Janet S. Cline, motion hour; passed.
    Discover Bank vs. Wallace E. Dietrich, motion hour; default judgment.
    Bonnie Hughes vs. Kevin Harman, court trial; forcible detainer sustained.
    Cach, LLC vs. Jason Hensley, motion hour; default judgment.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Feb. 1 – At 4:06 p.m., Judy Throckmorton, Hinkston Avenue, reported that she had received a threatening text message.
    Feb. 1 – At 6 p.m., Dustin Moorhead, Millcrest Court, reported that his daughter had not been returned per court-ordered visitation.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    The following information from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office indicates drivers and/or owners whose vehicles were involved in accidents.

    Feb. 9 – At 9:44 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on Grays Run Pike three miles from town. Caitlin Thomason lost control and struck an earth embankment.
    Feb. 3 – At 10:32 p.m., an injury accident was reported on KY 36 seven miles from town. Kayla Singer rounded a curve causing her to leave the roadway and striking a tree before coming to a rest.

  • Tips on tipping

    The headline caught my eye — “Why are Christians such bad tippers?”
    It was a story responding to something that recently went viral on the Internet when a restaurant server was fired after posting a copy of a customer’s credit card receipt online.

  • Church News

    SALEM CHURCH
    OF CHRIST
    The  community is invited to join us at Salem Church of Christ, Salem Pike for a Good Friday service of praise, prayer and reflection on March 29 at 7 p.m.
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    Salem Church of Christ, Salem Pike, will host the Sam Marsh Family Singers on Saturday, April 6 at 6 p.m. for a night of 4-part harmony and acapella praise to God.  The community is invited.

    WAREAGLE MINISTRIES

  • State agenda is already full

    When the General Assembly meets in odd-numbered years, it has a much different schedule than it does in those ending in an even number.
    The meeting time is 30 rather than 60 days, and the first four of those are set aside just to elect legislative leaders and appoint members to committees.  The bulk of our work doesn’t begin until early February, and it effectively ends a little more than a month later.