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Today's News

  • Curves waives joining fee for new members during October

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Curves continues to work to raise awareness in women about the life-saving importance of risk management, early detection and treatment.  Throughout the month, Curves of Cynthiana on U.S. 27 South, including those listed below, are waiving the joining fee for new members who show proof of a mammogram within the past year or make a $25 donation to breast cancer research.

  • Community Calendar

    FRIDAY, Oct. 14
    Berry City Commission will meet Thursday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m., at Berry City Hall. The meetings are open to the public.
    Bookmobile. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library Bookmobile will be available Friday, Oct. 14 at Cynthiana Baptist Daycare at 10:30 a.m.; Eastside Laundry, 2:45 p.m.; Grand Haven, 3-4 p.m.
    MONDAY, Oct. 17
    HCHS Class of 1957. The Harrison County High School Class of 1957 will meet at Biancke’s on Oct. 17 at noon.

  • Berry mayor hopes to bring in retail stores after burned home site is cleaned

    The Harrison County Fiscal Court met in Berry for its Oct. 11, meeting to discuss issues and progress in the town.
    Berry mayor Kenneth Abner told magistrates about future plans for the property that once was the site of two rental houses which burned in June.
    “What I would like to see happen after we get it all cleaned-up is for us to build some kind of structure to house retail stores,” said Abner. “Hopefully, we could rent the space for the stores to make up for some of the businesses that are leaving us soon.”

  • Soccer Breds edge Wildcats 3-2

    Last Thursday the Harrison County soccer Breds traveled to take on the Pendleton County Wildcats in Falmouth.  
    Coach Nick Hill was concerned more than usual before the match as he was without both junior Ben Anness and senior Josh Young and the Wildcats have been a nemesis for the past few years.  
    The Breds started off slowly and were a goal down before Anthony Shirley took a Kyle Foster pass and nailed it to the back of the net to tie at one each.   

  • Fillies maintain even record going into last week of season

    Last Wednesday the Harrison County Fillies soccer team played host to one of the top teams in the region, George Rogers Clark, and were defeated by a 4-0 score.  
    The match was not as one sided as the score would indicate, but again the Fillies could not connect on good scoring opportunities.  Combine that with the fact that three of the four GRC goals were of the flukiest nature and the match is a tight, competitive battle.  

  • Fillies volleyball wins, loses and has a fling

    The Harrison County volleyball team ushered the last week of the regular season in last week by playing two regular season games and hosting the 12-team Fillies Fling Tournament on Saturday.  
    On Thursday, Coach Bill Faulkner’s Fillies improved their sparkling season record to 21-6 when they traveled to Berea and defeated the Madison Southern Lady Eagles by a 2-1 (23-25), (25-9), 25-18) score.  
    This defeat dropped the home squad to 11-20 for the season.

  • Middle school football
  • Middle school basketball
  • Cross country teams win trophies and medals at Frankfort Saturday

    It was cold and windy Saturday in Frankfort but that is apparently the weather the Harrison County Cross Country teams like as the varsity girls and boys each brought home trophies and a bevy of medals from the Capital View Classic.  
    The race was run at the Archives, which is a difficult, hilly course. Still, the Harrison County contingent including the middle school runners had some very good times.
    The Fillies finished second as a team in the competition as Franklin County won the team event.

  • Sports beat

    Coach Kim Furnish and her staff will be holding a series of clinics for girls third through fifth grade at the Harrison County High School gym beginning Saturday, Oct. 22. They will be held four consecutive weeks ending on Saturday, Nov. 12.
    The clinics will be instructional with the participants working one-on-one with the coaching staff and the varsity Fillies.  There will also be drills and team competition, which will be geared toward improving individual and competitive skills.