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Today's News

  • Freshman football team finishes undefeated with win at Bourbon Co.

    The Harrison County freshman team used three interceptions and some hard running to defeat rival Bourbon County 26-22 Monday and finish the conference season 7-0.  
    The freshmen do have a non-conference game with Bracken County in Brooksville on Monday which will wrap up this season’s play.  
    The home-standing freshmen Colonels took the opening kick off in the Monday battle but on the second play from scrimmage, quarterback Trevor Lucky was intercepted by Malcolm Walker of Harrison County.  

  • Covington Catholic dominates 2nd half for 42-6 win over Breds

    The first quarter and most of the first half saw Harrison County hold its own with the fourth rated team in 4A but the Covington Catholic Colonels beat them down in the second half for a 42-6 win Friday night.  
    The Senior Night crowd saw the Thorobreds go three and out on the game’s first offensive possession and the Colonels’ Sam Dressman carry the pigskin 54 yards on the fifth play for Covington Catholic.  
    After the visitors established the 7-0 lead, the home fans had to be saying ‘here we go again.’  

  • Winner, winner, district winners

    The Harrison County Fillies and Thorobreds traveled to Pendleton County and Mason County and brought home the 38th District Championships last week to advance with byes to the 10th Region Tournament.  
    The boys will travel to Montgomery County for the region while the girls will host right here at the Athletic Complex beginning Monday night with two matches.  Boys’ play will begin Tuesday with the Thorobreds playing Thursday night at 5:30.
    Boys’ play started Tuesday with the Thorobreds playing Thursday night at 5:30 p.m.

  • Fillies open volleyball district with four set win over Robertson County

    In the second match of the night in Mt. Olivet the Harrison County Fillies advanced to the championship of the 38th District Tournament with a four-set win over the Lady Devils of Robertson County.  
    The first match of the evening saw the Nicholas County Lady Jackets (7-21) take a five-set victory over Pendleton County (5-25). This will mean the Nicholas County girls and the Fillies will return on Wednesday to Robertson County to battle for the championship at 7 p.m.  

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  • Mastin, Fulton receive KHA Patient Safety Hero awards

    The Kentucky Hospital Association (KHA) awarded two members of Harrison Memorial Hospital’s clinical staff with Patient Safety Hero awards. Traci Taylor Mastin and Julia Fulton were honored for their significant contributions to clinical improvement by reducing surgical-site infections (SSIs) at Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH).

  • HMH purchases obstetrical equipment in memory of Bailey

    Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) purchased obstetrical equipment for newborn babies from donations made in memory of Elizabeth Bailey to the Women’s Center that bears her name. Bailey was the administrator at HMH for 21 years.
    Two oxygen blenders have been purchased for the obstetrical unit at HMH. The blenders are respiratory devices used to mix oxygen with other gases to the appropriate oxygen concentration. The devices will be used to assist with babies in need of oxygen after delivery.

  • Rotary to recognize World Polio Day Oct. 24

    When Rotary began the fight in 1985, polio affected 350,000 people, mostly children. Since then, polio has been reduced by more than 99 percent. To date, Rotary has contributed more than US $1 billion and countless volunteer hours to the protection of more than two billion children in 122 countries. After nearly 30 years, the Global Polio Eradication Initiative is on the brink of making history.
    Why polio eradication matters: