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Today's News

  • ‘Meet the Breds and Fillies’ has good crowd, interesting previews

    Several hundred fans filled the stands Friday night as the winter sports program participants at Harrison County High School were introduced and, in basketball’s case, scrimmaged for the spectators.
    The evening was started with an introduction of Coach Luke Tucker’s wrestling squad, who came to the high school gym straight from practice at Southside.  
    This was followed by a couple of the bowlers from the Harrison County High School bowling team and the mention of the archery group who were not in attendance.

  • Fillies lose scrimmage to East Jessamine 52-38

    Basketball’s regular season is fast approaching and the Harrison County Fillies are working hard to prepare.  
    The young Harrison County girls traveled to Scott County Saturday to face the Lady Jags of East Jessamine in a scrimmage-formatted game.
    The junior varsity Fillies played two 10-minute halves with a continuous clock, which barely allowed for any basketball to be played.  
    The final score was 13-10 in favor of East Jessamine in the abbreviated contest.  
    Kassidy Cook led Harrison County with six points.

  • A Thanksgiving tradition from Riverside Drive in Fennhaven

    The shopping is done for the big Thanksgiving meal and watching Patti carry it all in made me think of the good old days when I was young and the traditions that we had.  

  • Pee Wee Breds
  • Sports beat

    Thorobreds scrimmage Southwestern
    Tuesday, travel to Grant Co. Saturday
    The Harrison County Thorobreds were scheduled to scrimmage Tuesday (too late for this edition) on the Hilltop against the best team in the 12th Region, the Southwestern Warriors.  Southwestern played on Saturday morning last winter in the state semi finals before losing to eventual state champ Trinity and have many of those players returning for this year

  • Southside Elementary
  • Preceptor Omega entertains Clifton Village residents with lunch, bingo

    Preceptor Omega met at the home of Nancy Deitemeyer on Nov. 5 with 10 members reciting the opening ritual.
    Barbara Snopek read a thank you note from the Judy Mitchell Letcher scholarship recipient for the current school year, Anna Hall. She included in her note her GPA and gave a brief review of her schedule.
    Social committee chairman Linda Root gave us plans for our Christmas dinner which will be held at the Vault, and there will be more information to follow.

  • Harrison County Senior Citizens
  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .

  • Isabelle Rose Gribble

    Isabelle Rose Gribble was born Oct. 24, 2012 to Robert and Nicole Gribble of Cynthiana at Harrison Memorial Hospital.
    She weighed 6 lbs. 12 oz., and is welcomed by her brother bobby and sisters, Courtney and Lilly.
    Maternal grandparents are Keith and Mickiee Browning of Cynthiana and the late Michael Gasser; maternal great-grandparents are the late Ollie and Cecilia Gasser and the late Ray and Louise Muntz, all of Cynthiana.