Today's News

  • Eighth grade Colts win conference tourney

    The Harrison County Middle School Colts won the Bluegrass Conference Tournament Friday night wrapping up one of the best seasons in middle school history finishing with a 21-2 record, 13-0 in conference play.  
    This was the second championship for Harrison County, the last coming in 1996 before the current players were born.  
    The championship game on Friday was only possible after the Colts played and defeated the Cardinals of Scott County on Thursday.  

  • The Super Bowl, more than a game

    Here we are on the cusp of another Super Bowl and all of the football fans are excited about the game.  Well, most of them are excited about the game, or some of them care about the game or a few of them care about the game but are looking forward to the event.  
    The fact of it is that many of us don’t care much for the game anymore, especially when two east coast teams are playing. For me, I am for whoever plays New England because their coach’s “genius” makes me tired.   

  • Cynthiana Gymnastics
  • Indoor track continues, coaches seeing potential

    Members of the Harrison County track team began the indoor season in earnest Saturday as they traveled to Mason County to compete in one of the several events held before the outdoor season begins later in the year.  
    There were 15 girls’ teams and 18 boys’ squads competing in the first Mason County meet.  
    Harrison County’s girls finished sixth with 29 points led by sophomore Haley Carr, who had two second place finishes.  Carr ran the 55M hurdles in 09:92 and the 800M run in 3:09.21.  

  • Sports beat

    Middle school grapplers have 4 state
    competitors, 3 regional champs
    The Middle School Region held at Paul Blazer High School last Saturday became a stepping stone to the state for four of the Harrison County Middle School wrestlers. Taylor Bourassa, Colin Coy and Michael Mattox won region championships and Nathan Lopez finished third as each grappler qualified for the state championship held Feb. 4 in Mt. Sterling.  

  • Conference Champs
  • Schroder
  • Fillies split two games on the Hilltop last week

    The Harrison County Fillies, playing without two starters, defeated East Jessamine on Thursday and lost to Pendleton County on Friday, both on the Hilltop court.
    Sophomore center, leading scorer and rebounder Jordan Doram and senior guard Emalee Little missed both games with ankle injuries.   This left Coach Kim Furnish with a very youthful lineup to combat both the Lady Jaguars and the Lady Cats in the back-to-back games.

  • Wiggins to celebrate 50 years of marriage

    William ‘Billy’ Harlan Wiggins and Wilma Jean McKenney were married on Feb. 5, 1962 at the home of the Rev. Henry Walters, Pastor of Pleasant Green Baptist Church, Harrison County.
    They have two children, Angela Harlene (Richard) Kendall and William ‘Billy’ McKenney (Renee) Wiggins, and four grandchildren, Mary Catherine and Emily Renee Kendall, Ryan Brady and Anna Kate Wiggins.

  • Harrison County Go Red Committee plans heart disease awareness events in February

    February is American Heart Month and the Harrison County Go Red for Women Committee is doing its part to raise awareness of heart disease in women. Historically, women have not been associated with heart disease.However, statistics prove that heart disease is not just a man’s health concern. Here are a few facts:
    •Heart disease is the number one killer of American women.
    •One in three women dies from heart disease.
    •About three million American women have had a heart attack.