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Today's News

  • 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.
    April 19 – At 8:29 a.m., an injury accident was reported to have occurred on US 62 East. Alfred Bryant was traveling on US 62 when he lost control of his vehicle, left the roadway and struck an embankment.
    April 19 – At 8:43 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on Wagner Lane. David Teague was traveling and reportedly swerved to miss a herd of deer. He struck a tree.

  • Property Transfers

    Quit Claim Deed: Randall Pinson and Tammy Pinson to Randall Pinson and Tammy Pinson, Lot 12A in Creek View Trace, Section 2.
    General Warranty Deed: DGS Development, LTD to Gordon G. Reno Jr. and Margaret P. Reno, Parcel 9-A - Junction Farms, $69,500.
    Dorothy C. Mitchell to David Bruce Mitchell, Gary Wayne Mitchell and Randy Gayle Mitchell, 2 Tracts in Harrison County.
    George Frazier and Sonia Frazier to Crista Strawzell, Lot 19 - Block B - Unit 1-A of the Country Club Estates Subdivision, $170,800.

  • Arbor/Earth Day
  • Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks recognized for organ donor program

    On April 13, Gov. Steven L. Beshear recognized National Donate Life Month with the Circuit Court Clerks of Kentucky.  
    In the US, 110,000 peopleand almost 700 Kentuckians, are currently waiting for life-saving organ transplants.  Kentucky’s Circuit Court Clerks have been active in promoting organ donation since 1992. Together they have raised more than $7 million to educate and raise public awareness about this crucial need.

  • Five generations
  • Lions Club Youth Day
  • Barnett Chooses Campbellsville University
  • Town and Village School of Dance completes award-winning season

    Town and Village School of Dance’s Honor Company and Apprentices had yet another successful competition season. The Honor Company is comprised of Town and Village students who are chosen each year through an audition process and faculty evaluation. Apprentices are younger dancers, chosen in the same manner, who are beginning to learn about being in Honor Company.
    The studio competed in three regional competitions:  Kentucky State Dance Championships in Lexington, Ky., American Dance Awards in Dayton, Ohio and Showbiz Talent Competition in Louisville, Ky.

  • Prevent Child Abuse Month
  • Save gas money, visit Our Town

    I hate to date myself with a “Yeah, when I was young...,” but that’s exactly what I’m going to do.
    I remember scavenging in my brother’s Dodge Dart for four quarters so that we could put, yes, four gallons of gas in his car.
    It was the early 1970s and Barry had his license. We could cruise on four gallons of gasoline for a long time.
    Gas stations around Kentucky were fighting it out for the cheapest gas crown. It was a great time for a gas war.
    Ah. What I wouldn’t give now for a good ole price war.