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Today's News

  • Errors, walks lead to 8-7 loss for Breds in South Carolina wrap up

    Harrison County won one game of three in the Hanahan Invitational against some stellar competition last week.  
    The finale on Wednesday came against James Island, S.C., which resulted in an 8-7 loss for the Thorobreds.  
    Junior Brandon Kendall pitched for Harrison County and was in control for the first two innings allowing only one hit and two base runners.  
    In the top of the third, Harrison County put together four hits, a sacrifice, a walk and a James Island error to plate four runs to take the lead.  

  • HCHS Track
  • Sports beat

    Track teams finish sixth
    at Bryan Station meet
    The Fillies and Thorobreds track teams finished sixth at the Bryan Station All Comers Track Meet last Wednesday in Lexington.  
    Spring break and illness hampered the squads greatly as both were a shadow of their former selves. Neither team won an event but Fillies hurdler Haley Carr did grab a second in the 100M hurdles. Taylor Fry continued to perform well as she was third in the 1600M run in 5:54.18. Carr was also fourth in the 300M hurdles and freshman Mia Lail was fourth in the 100M hurdles.

  • Fillies finish road tip with loss, romp past Paris

    The Harrison County Fillies lost a 2-1 contest at Todd County Monday coming home from the spring break tournament in Tennessee.  
    The Lady Rebels (5-15) scored a run in the first and second and held off the Fillies to win the closely played contest.  
    “Too many walks and errors,” bemoaned Coach Christine Garnett as the Fillies hurlers gave up five free passes and hit one batter while the defense committed three errors behind them.  

  • Cynthiana Sin The’ Shaolin holds spring testing
  • Women’s Health Issues seminar planned

    This year marks the 17th annual Women’s Health Issues seminar, which will be held Monday, April 30.  
    Each year the objective of the program is to try to educate women on a variety of health topics and preventative measures.
    Programs vary each year to meet the specific needs of the women of Harrison County.  The planning committee uses the previous year’s evaluations and suggestions of the committee members in making choices of speakers and topics.

  • Current-Rowell plan May wedding

    C.J. and Mary Current of Cynthiana announce the engagement of their daughter, Charity F. Current, to George M. Rowell Jr., son of George M. Sr. and Kay Rowell of Okeechobee, Fla., and are now residing in Cynthiana.
    The wedding will take place Saturday, May 19, 2012 at Oakwood Baptist Church in Cynthiana at 3:30 p.m. A reception to follow the ceremony.
    Family and friends are invited, limited invitations have been sent.

  • Tea Time planned at Grand Haven, Edgemont

    The Harrison County Extension Homemakers will sponsor a Tea Time for residents, family members and friends at Edgemont Nursing Home on Thursday, April 26 at 10 a.m., and at Grand Haven at 2 p.m. The event is to honor your years of dedication to your home and family.
    Everyone is welcome. For more information call 234-5510.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .

  • Oddville Homemakers Club to end year in May

    Oddville Homemakers have had an exciting past year which will end in May and begin again in September. New members are welcome. Some of the lessons have been on Social Networking, Self Defense, Consumer Beware, Couponing, Healthy Meals on a Budget, Growing and Cooking with Herbs and emailing photos.
    The group is also involved in special interest activities which include: Homemaker Day at the courthouse, food booths and exhibits, cultural arts contest, Little Feet Big Feet, blood drives, nursing home tea parties, Community Health Fair, Cancer Coalition and many more.