Today's News

  • The best kind of change

    Everyone needs to change. The best kind of change occurs inside us rather than outside.

  • Community Calendar

    FRIDAY, March 7
    The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library Bookmobile will be available Friday, March 7 at New Beginnings at 10:30 a.m.; Our Little Miracles, 11 a.m.
    Dress in Blue Day. Friday, March 7 for a future free of colon cancer. Sponsored by the Colon Cancer Alliance mission.
    Book Signing. March 8 at the Pendleton County Library at 1 p.m.

  • No school Wednesday, March 5

    There will be no school in Harrison County on Wednesday, March 5.

    Assistant Superintendent David Case released the information at 2:40 p.m. Tuesday.

    A special meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon with a recommendation to use spring break as make-up days for five of the 22 days missed so far this year.

    The last day of school, at this point, will be June 6. Memorial Day will remain a day off.

  • No school Tuesday, March 4

    There will be no school in Harrison County on Tuesday, March 4.

    David Case, assistant superintendent, made the announcement at 3:45 p.m. Monday.

  • No school Monday, March 3

    Harrison County Schools assistant superintendent David Case announced at 8 pm Sunday night that there will be no school in Harrison County on Monday, March 3.

  • Harrison man arrested on murder charge

    An arrest has been made  of a Harrison County man in connection with a 2003 murder in neighboring Nicholas County.
    Shawn L. Fryman, 36, was arrested Wednesday morning at his Harrison County home on KY 3018 and charged with one count of murder.
    Fryman, formerly of Carlisle, is accused of killing David Sadler of Carlisle on March 31, 2003. Sadler was found dead inside his home in Nicholas County with a single gunshot wound to the head.

  • Church News

    A community event, “Looking from the Bed.” will be held Saturday, March 1, 6-8 p.m. at the Harrison County Extension office.
    Cornerstone Christian Church is hosting the program, which will be presented by Ryland Brown. Discussion will center around practical ways of showing love to those who are dying.
    Brown’s program will focus on topics such as the denial of death, grief, explaining death to children as well as other points of discussion.

  • Cake, white lies, and the truth

    Have you heard about the Baptist White Lie cake?
    Don’t know if this is a true story or not, but it seems that Alice Grayson of Tuscaloosa, Ala., had signed up to bake an angel food cake for the Baptist Church Ladies’ Group bake sale — Alice was known for her light, fluffy, perfect angel food cakes.

  • Choose to renew now

    Proverbs 2:6-8 says, “For the Lord gives wisdom; From His mouth come knowledge and understanding; He stores up sound wisdom for the upright; He is a shield to those who walk uprightly; He guards the paths of justice and preserves the way of His saints.”

  • Remembering and restoring Camp Chickasaw

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer
    There is very little evidence left of the old Camp Chickasaw on Moore Road in the area of Harrison County that locals refer to as “little Harrison.”
    The farm, which used to be owned by Herbert Allen Moore’s family in the early 1960s, is now the home of Joe and Carol Millham. It is also home to their business, Mountain Rest Taxidermy, which they transported from their former home in the New York state Hudson Valley area.