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Today's News

  • Homemakers news

    Indian Creek Homemakers
    During the 2012 Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association (KEHA) state meeting, Indian Creek homemakers were recognized with a first place award in the Management and Safety area by submitting a suggestion for state consideration in the “It Ought To Be a Law” contest. This area is just one of the many state contests that Harrison County Extension Homemakers find of interest.

  • Honor Roll

    WESTside Elementary
    The Westside Elementary Honor Roll for the second nine weeks includes:
    Third Grade - All A’s
    Trenton Bedford, Harley Chapman, Taylor Edwards, Katlyn Fitzpatrick, Victoria Gibson, Brooklyn Jett, Justin Lanter, Hannah Mullins, Justin Neace, Colin Perkins, Joseph Perkins, Alura Schaum, Sidney Sowder, Trinity Taylor, McKayla Vance, Madison Ward.
    Third Grade - A/B

  • New Drivers

    Casey Hardin, Caleb McNees, Sabreena Strickland, Christopher Turner, Brandon White, Cheyenne Irvin, Alex Kinsey, Brandon Adams.

  • Property Transfers

    Wanda Faye Hope and Lewis J. Mastin to Sheila J. Wiley, property in the W. Dean Gorman’s Subdivision.
    Steven D. Jaeger and Steven R. Jeager-Co-Administrators of the Estate of Elsie L. Colby, to Anthony D. Dryden and Tonya M. Dryden, property in Harrison County, $90,864.02.
    Estate of Elsie Colby, by and through Co-Public Administrators Steven R. Jaeger and Steven D. Jaeger, to Florence and Florence, LLC, property on Upper Curry Road, $84,135.98.

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Jan. 7, 2013
    PROBATE CASES
    Estate of Melvin M. Bowman, motion hour; order entered.
    Estate of Roger David Hockensmith, settlement; (motion to compel), order entered.
    Estate of Elsie W. Lyons, probate hearing; will probated and order entered.
    Estate of Agnes S. McDowell Trust, motion hour; order entered.
    Estate of Rodney Taylor, probate hearing; will admitted, order entered, bond approved.
    Estate of William W. Warner, review; order entered.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Jan.2 – At 1:38 p.m., police made a welfare check on a child on Church Street.
    Jan. 2 – At 2:32 p.m., police were called to Hardee’s regarding two counterfeit bills that had been passed during the lunch crowd.
    Jan. 2 – At 8:26 p.m., Julie Ecklar, Main Street, reported that a $4,000 diamond cluster ring was taken from her bedroom.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    The following information from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office indicates drivers and/or owners whose vehicles were involved in accidents.

    Jan. 1 – At 1 a.m., a non-injury accident was reported on KY 1032. Robert Ducker was traveling on KY 1032 when he lost control and struck a fence and allegedly fleeing the scene.
    Jan. 7 – At 6:54 p.m., a non-injury wreck was reported on US 62 11 miles from town. Amber Powers was traveling on US 62 when a deer came into the roadway causing her to hit the deer.

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, Jan. 10
    Harrison County Republican Party monthly meeting will take place on Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Sheriff’s Office. All future meetings will take place on the first Thursday of each month.
    Northside Council. The Northside Elementary Site Base Council will meet Thursday, Jan. 10 at 3:45 p.m. in the school library. The public is invited to attend.

  • Breds ease past Cardinals on a cold shooting night 58-47

    George Rogers Clark owned an eight-game winning streak over the Harrison County Thorobreds until Tuesday night on the Hilltop.  
    If someone would have said that the Breds were going to hit 50 percent from the foul line, 30 percent from the three point arc and 36 percent from the field and win by 11, hardly anyone would have believed it.  
    That is just what happened Tuesday as the Breds, after a determined if not artistic start, bested the Cardinals in a game where the lid that was on the basket was rarely removed.   

  • Strange items are clogging the sewers

    I remember thinking “Eweh” several years ago when I heard about the man who inadvertently dropped his dentures in the toilet but was able to retrieve them a few days later at Cynthiana’s Waste Water Treatment Plant.
    Why would you want those suckers back?
    Oh the places they’ve traveled! The last place they would travel would be the waste water treatment plant as far as I would have been concerned.
    No. He popped those babies into some Polident and right back onto his gums they nestled.