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Today's News

  • Students of the Month
  • SkillsUSA

    1st    Action Skills    Ryan Blair
    1st    CNC Milling (technical)    Brad Evans
    1st    Employment application Process    Russell Whitaker
    1st    Job Interview    Dalton Clark
    1st    Mechatronics - team 1    Josh Marshall, Caleb Pineur
    1st    Outstanding Chapter    Samantha Cordray, Mindy Hill
    1st    Pledge    Josh Young

  • Madison Stephens

    Madison M. Stephens of Cynthiana, has been initiated into the Iota Chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron national honor society at the University of Kentucky.
    Stephens is a student majoring in Merchandising Apparel and Textiles at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Ky.
    Stephens is the daughter of Shain and Rebecca Stephens of Cynthiana.
    Phi Upsilon Omicron recognizes and encourages achieved excellence in scholarship, leadership and service for students in family and consumer sciences and its related areas.

  • Knights of Columbus
  • HUD honors housing agencies for superior performance

    The Kentucky field Office the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) presented awards for excellence in management to several housing agencies at the Kentucky Housing Association (KHA) Conference held Feb. 9-11 in Lexington. The awardees are selected and recognized annually by the Office of Public Housing within the Kentucky office.

  • Kearns stepping down as chairman of the Harrison County Commission on Aging

    After over five years as chairman of the Harrison County Commission on Aging board, Tommy Kearns is stepping down from that post.
    Kearns will continue to serve on the board, however, he is turning his gavel over to Beth Laytart, who has assumed the chairman’s position. Kearns has served on the board for over 10 years.

  • Harrison Co. Extension Homemakers support ‘Furnish the Future’ campaign

    Soon the MCTC/Licking Valley Campus building will be expanding. An addition to be built beginning this summer, will house the Allied Health Sciences labs and classrooms. The bricks and mortar costs are being assumed by Maysville Community and Technical College. The college funds cannot stretch to cover the cost of the interior fittings: technology, equipment and furnishings.  
    The funds generated locally by the campaign are critical to the completion of the project.

  • General signup for CRP announced

    “Eligible persons can begin offering land under the general Conservation Reserve Program on March 14,” announced John W. McCauley, State Executive Director. “Signup will continue through April 15, 2011.”

  • Paris CPH sale set for April 22

    The Spring Paris CPH sale will be held Friday, April 22 at the Paris Stockyards. The sale will carry the requirements of all CPH sales including age verification of all animals.
    With extremely high beef prices most CPH sales have realized extra benefits which are rewarded to those who have done the requirements of the program. These requirements include a vaccination program, de-worming and adequate mineral program and livestock knowing how to eat and drink from feeders and waterers.

  • Potato planting begins mid-March

    Spring break from teaching at U of L falls conveniently during the week of St. Patrick’s Day and when I always plant out my seed potato for the year.
    While I always manage a mid-March planting, we must consider the condition of the soil.  Don’t start digging if the soil is too wet. Be patient and only work once the soil is friable.
    Select potato varieties that compliment the way you cook. The most versatile varieties include favorites like Yukon Gold and Red Cloud.