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Today's News

  • Honor Roll

    Eastside Elementary
    The Eastside Elementary Honor Roll for the second term period includes:
    Fourth Grade - A/B

  • Honor Roll

    Southside Elementary
    The Southside Elementary Honor Roll for the second nine-weeks includes:
    Fourth Grade - A/B
    *Dawson Covert, *Devin Covert, *Haley Covington, *Madison Denniston, *Makenzie Fister, *Trent Fry, *Cameron Jones, *Alex Sledd, Ryan Anness, Derek Benton, Melody Brock, Braxton Browning, Brooklyn Campbell, Kathleen Clarke, Katie Clough, Isaac Cockrell, Nyc Conley;

  • Honor Roll

    St. edward School
    The St. Edward School Honor Roll for the second nine-weeks includes:
    First Grade-All A’s
    Grace Lang and Jackson Ware.
    First Grade-A/B
    Isaac Furnish and Jessica Hailey.
    School Honors
    Bill Hailey.

    Second Grade-All A’s
    Skylar Hatfield and Calvin Heimlich.
    Second Grade-A/B
    Ryan Cabrera, Grace Scrudder and Abigail Rion

    Third Grade-All A’s
    Avery Barnes, Olivia Barry, Jacob Hargett, A.J. Perraut.
    Third Grade-A/B

  • MLK remembrance march will be Monday at 10 a.m.

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Organizers of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day march in downtown Cynthiana this Monday are planning something different this year.

  • Current files as jailer candidate

    C.J. Current, 56, will be seeking election as Harrison County Jailer.

    Current has worked for the City of Cynthiana for the last 14 years, first in the Division of Sanitation and currently with the public works department.

  • Thorobreds handle Cardinals 50-37 Tuesday in Winchester

    If you would have told Coach Larry Kendall that his Thorobreds were going to make 15 points in the second half against George Rogers Clark Tuesday night he probably would not have liked his chances.  
    Both teams made 15 points each in the second half as the Thorobreds used a superlative second quarter to beat the Cardinals in Winchester 50-37 to improve to 7-9 for the season.  
    “We will take the win,” said the second-year coach after the game. “We played really well in the second period; about as well as we have played all year.”

  • Volleyball Fillies
  • Brunker files as incumbent District 5 magistrate candidate

    Jeff Brunker has filed for re-election for Harrison County magistrate in District 5.

    Brunker and his wife Debbie live on Commonwealth Lane.

  • Green seeks District 8 magistrate seat

    John Green has filed the necessary papers to seek election as District 8 magistrate.

    Green, 30, is a telecommunicator with E911 and works as a sports personality for WCYN radio.

    Green said he decided to run to sustain the future of Harrison County.

  • Wrestlers led by Mattox, Fryman finish second at the Defender of the Mat

    Michael Mattox, 106 lb., and Mason Fryman, 170 lb., were undefeated for the day to lead the Harrison County Thorobreds to a second place finish in the Defender of the Mat tournament at Bryan Station on Saturday.  
    Fryman pinned all three of his opponents while Mattox pinned two and won in a two minute tech fall in the other to score big for the Thorobreds.  
    Of course, it takes more than two wrestlers to finish well in a meet and the Thorobreds had others who also performed to a very high standard.