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Today's News

  • Deputies nab sex offender hiding out at apartment

    Following on complaints that a known non-compliant sex offender had been seen loitering around a public playground, Harrison County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Robert Earlywine, a convicted sex offender, over the weekend for failure to comply and update his whereabouts with the Kentucky Sex Offender registry. It was Earlwine’s second offense in a year.

  • Passed out motorist has loaded gun in lap

    Local law enforcement officers stopped all traffic on Riverside Drive Saturday night at 11 p.m. before arresting a man passed out in the driver’s seat of a minivan clutching a loaded handgun. The minivan was stopped in the middle of traffic with no headlights on.

  • Suspect stripped wires from school welders

    Police have an adult suspect in an overnight theft from the Harrison County Area Technology Center last week.
    Sgt. Eric Kendall of the Cynthiana Police Department said that sometime between 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 5, and 8 a.m. Friday, Sept. 6, someone entered the vocational school causing several thousand dollars in damages.
    The intruders climbed the fence at the back of the school to gain entry. Kendall said there were no signs of a forced entry.

  • Academic briefs

    HATFIELD
    In honor of her Excellence in Teaching award, Dr. Jennifer Hatfield, assistant professor of wellness, was a featured speaker during the Union College Fall Convocation on Thursday Sept. 5.
    The award, determined through a faculty vote, is presented each May during commencement.
    Hatfield, a Rose Hill, Va., native who now lives in Corbin, offered students three basic pieces of advice for their educational journeys: play often, work hard and trust God.

  • School Menus

    BREAKFAST
    ST. EDWARD SCHOOL
    MONDAY: Waffle stick with syrup, cheese stick or Cereal, Toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    TUESDAY: Breakfast pizza or Cereal, Toast, yogurt, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    WEDNESDAY: Egg, cheese, sausage flatbread or Cereal, Toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    THURSDAY: Cinnamon toast or Cereal, Toast, yogurt, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    FRIDAY: Scrambled eggs and toast or Cereal, Toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.

    ALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

  • Cheerleaders
  • Sports beat

    Nick Slucher leads the charge in 2013 Born to Run
    When 331 runners start a race it has to be like a Calvary charge. That was how many runners there were in the 2013 Born to Run, sponsored by the Cynthiana-Harrison County Chamber of Commerce.  

  • Cross country teams run in Grant County Invitational Meet Saturday

    The Harrison County varsity, middle school and sixth grade and under cross country teams ran at Sherman Elementary School course Saturday in the Grant County Invitational.  
    One of the reasons that Coach Danny Simpson decided for his team to run in this event is the regional meet will be held there in November.  The meet was another meet filled with top competition which made for tough sledding for the Harrison County runners.
    The Thorobreds had the best performance of the Harrison County squads.  

  • Alumni charity game and some short notes

    Alumnus in the Webster dictionary is described as graduate of a college or university.  
    The UK Alumni Charity Game played on Monday night was kind of misbilled was it not?  
    Before you get all enraged because I said something about the glorious Wildcats, the charity part of the night was tremendous and Coach Calipari and the players who took their time to come and play are to be commended for doing so when they could have stayed home and been just as popular as they were before.   

  • Fillies lose in last minute to Bourbon County

    The Harrison County Fillies soccer team lost a tough one Monday night on the Hilltop as Bourbon County kicked the ball over the outstretched arms of the Harrison County goal keeper, Chelsea Ingram, with 1:04 left in the match for a 3-2 win.  
    The Lady Colonels had scored in the first half with only one minute and 40 seconds gone on a penalty kick when it was ruled that the Fillies had a hand ball in the box.  
    Eight minutes later, Bourbon County was the recipient of another special call this time resulting in a direct kick and a score.