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Today's News

  • Title IX 42 years later

    When Title IX was first introduced as a part of the Education Amendment of 1972, the NCAA and many other institutions of education began gnashing of teeth and protesting as to how it would be the ruin of sports as we knew them at the time.  
    You see, there would be no way that the schools could afford to have the same schedules, pay for coaches, number of scholarships, same types of facilities and more for the female and male athlete.   

  • Breds find tough sledding in Frankfort, lose 3 straight

    On Thursday night, the Harrison County Thorobreds saw their five-game winning streak go by the wayside in the first inning. The Franklin County Flyers scored six times en route to a 6-2 victory.  
    Freshman hurler Nathan Fryman could not master his pitching locations and his teammates made three misplays in the first inning as the Flyers surprised the Breds with the scoring barrage.  
    At the same time, Flyer starter Quinton Brownlee retired the first 11 Thorobreds he faced as he hurled a complete game two hitter.  

  • HCHS Signings
  • Fillies beat Paris 6-0 Thursday, win one of four in Owensboro

    The Harrison County Fillies defeated the Paris Lady Hounds Thursday night before embarking on a two-day trip to Owensboro to play in the Sports Warehouse Classic.  
    The Fillies won one of four games there playing top statewide competition.
    On Thursday, the much-improved Lady Hounds gave the Fillies a battle before falling by the 6-0 score.  
    Harrison County pitcher Jami Davis held the Paris squad to two hits, a walk and only four base runners while striking out 10.  

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  • Morrises renew vows on 50th anniversary

    The children of Cleveland “Jeep” and Barbara (Wilson) Morris announce the renewal of their parents wedding vows after 50 years of devotion, dedication and commitment. The renewal ceremony was held where they first met 50 years ago, on the basketball court at Cynthiana City Hall.
    Presenting their mother Barbara for marriage were their three sons, Tom, Chris and Craig Morris. Bridesmaids were their two daughters, Tracy Morris-Brinkmeyer and Tina (Morris) Swinford.

  • Beta Sigma Phi Honors Night/ Founders Day celebration held

    The annual Honors Night/Founders Day celebration of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday, April 28 at the Christian Church. Omega chapter was in charge of the dinner and awards presentation. Bonnie Teater, president, read the 85th Founders Day message from International, which was sent by Laura Ross, daughter of founder Walter Ross.
    The new theme for the coming year is “Expand Your Family Tree.”
    With the idea that sorority is the family tree, members are encouraged to expand and find new members. Commitment to growth was recommended for all chapters.

  • Harrison County Garden Club to sponsor Yard of the Month contest

    The Harrison County Garden Club will sponsor the Yard of the Month contest again this year. If you encounter a particularly striking yard, or you are proud of your yard, call your nomination in to either Donna Yeager at 234-6621, Pat Slade at 234-8516, Karen Creger at 588-9356, or Joan Quisenberry at 859-988-1050.

  • Six Generations