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Today's News

  • More snow possible next week

    Harrison County schools missed their second day in a row Friday for the winter storm that started dropping precipitation about 2 p.m. Thursday. By 9 p.m., most of the snow had stopped in Harrison County.
    David Klein, who takes an official reading of precipitation measurements for Harrison County said two inches of snow fell Thursday night.
    “That’s just a snapshot at my place,” said Klein from his Buena Vista home Friday afternoon.
    He said other parts of the county may have seen more and others less.

  • Thorobreds win streak at six as they rip three opponents


    The Harrison County Thorobreds ran over three opponents last week on the way to improving their season record to 9-6 as they have now won six straight games.  Wednesday night the Breds traveled to Maysville to face the Saints of Maysville St. Patrick.  
    St. Patrick entered the game with a 3-7 record as they, like the Thorobreds, had missed several games due to the weather.  
    The Saints jumped out to an early lead outscoring the Breds by five in the first period 20-15.  

  • CPD fills two-year assistant vacancy

    After being vacant since November 2008, the assistant police chief’s position has been filled for Cynthiana.
    Former Carlisle Police Chief William “Bill” Denton began his career in Cynthiana last Wednesday following the official swearing in.
    Denton, 39, is a former U.S. Marine and a graduate of the Criminal Justice Academy in Richmond. He is also a former firefighter for Winchester, a position he held until five years ago when he became Carlisle’s police chief.

  • Southwood trial postponed

    A trial that was originally scheduled for the end of this month has been continued in Harrison Circuit Court.
    On Tuesday, attorneys for Sandra Southwood, 42, requested the Jan. 24 and 25 trial be postponed pending a psychiatric evaluation of their defendant.
    Southwood has been charged in the July 30, 2010, shooting spree at the Confederate Drive home of her ex-husband.
    A Harrison County grand jury indicted her on nine counts related to the shooting.

  • Dr. King march is well-attended

    Over 100 walkers joined in the celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life during the annual march Monday morning. Supporters left Locust Street at Ebenezer United Methodist Church and walked to Macedonia Baptist Church on Pearl Street for worship and fellowship.

  • Deputies make arrest in alleged trailer heists

    A Berry man was arrested by Kentucky State Police for Fayette County Warrants has been linked to Harrison County trailer thefts.

  • Enjoy ‘Little House’ days before they morph into no-excuse work days

    I often wonder how times change without us ever realizing they have changed.
    For instance, how did I go from jumping up and down when it would snow outside to the dreaded get up and hour earlier to make it to work on time.
    I used to love the snow.
    I remember those days off from school when I was able to stay home and feed the cows with Papaw or Uncle Dennis.
    “Shoot some ether in her,” Papaw would say as he turned the key over on the old 2240 John Deere.

  • ATC’s automotive program gives students glimpse of career opportunities in hi-tech environment

    By Mark Sims, Guest Columnist
    Few things are as exciting to teenagers as their cars. Driving a car is one of the rites of passage still afforded American young people. The car also has always held a prominent place in the heart of our country, and we value our freedom of mobility almost as much as any of America’s values or privileges. Without trained, knowledgeable automotive mechanics, this wouldn’t be possible. Kentucky Tech – Harrison Area Center is working to ensure that we continue to have qualified mechanics to keep us running.

  • Judge OKs Webb attorney

    Accused murderer Bass Webb will be able to keep his defense attorney.
    Webb submitted a motion in Harrison Circuit Court last week questioning whether a conflict of interest existed between his attorney Tim Griffiths and the fact that Webb had previously been represented on another case by Griffiths’ wife.
    Judge Jay Delaney ruled that no conflict exists and the attorneys of record may continue to defend Webb in his upcoming murder trial.

  • Chamber nominations sought for Feb. 25 awards banquet

    The date for the 41st Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet has been set for Feb. 25.
    The banquet will be held at the Cynthiana Country Club starting with a social hour at 6 p.m. Following the social hour will be the awards banquet at 7 p.m.
    Winners and their families from each category will be present to accept awards. Categories include;
    • Business of the year
    • Citizen of the year
    • Educator of the year
    • Farmer of the year
    • Volunteer of the year
    • Health care worker of the year.