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Today's News

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    Feb 1 -- At 12:45 p.m., a Harrison County Fire Truck was involved in a non-injury incident on Keith Lane 10 miles north of the city limits. While fighting a brush fire, firefighter Joshua Carter reported that there was a loud pop and the truck began rolling on its own down a hill. After several unsuccessful attempts to stop the vehicle, the driver exited the truck. The empty truck continued down the hill until it struck a tree.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Jan. 24 -- At 1:29 p.m., Seth Smith of Walmart Asset Protection reported that he observed Jennifer Bishop concealing items in a Walmart shopping bag. The items totaled $55.67. Bourbon County Detention Center confirmed that the arrestee was inn fact Jennifer Bishop, who had told police her name was Ashley Haws.

  • No school Monday, Feb. 10

    Harrison County students will have no classes Monday, Feb. 10. 

    This will make the 18th day classes have been closed due to weather and road conditions.

    David Case, assistant superintendent, made the announcement at 8 pm Sunday night.

  • School Menus

    Due to the consecutive snow days and inconsistent food deliveries, Harrison County School cafeterias will be doing individual menus based on each school's current inventory, according to Austin Dacci, School Nutritionist.
    Please contact your student’s cafeteria manager for specific details on your student’s school breakfast and lunch menu.

    HCHS - Cindy Hardin

    HCMS - Rita Lainhart

    ELEMENTARY - Patty Hill

    ST. EDWARD - Teresa Hargett

  • No school Friday, Feb. 7

    For the 17th day this winter, Harrison County classes are dismissed due to weather and road conditions.

    Staff members are to report to work today. 

  • Two Poems by James Baker Hall

    OLD PLACES (from Stopping on the Edge to Wave, 1988)

  • Sports beat

    Indoor track season begins with meet at Nutter Fieldhouse
    Saturday saw the beginning of the indoor track season with the Wildcat Track Classic at the University of Kentucky’s Nutter Fieldhouse. The weather, as we all know, has not been conducive for outdoor training so the Fillies and Thorobreds have been concentrating on hurdles indoors. The results Saturday were evidence of that.  

  • AFJROTC Cadet of the Month
  • Academic briefs

    Midway College announces the students who have been named to the Fall 2013 Dean’s List recipients. In order to be named to the Dean’s List, a student must be classified as full time and must have achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.60 for the semester.
    Cynthiana students were: Alissa D Barry, Meliah   Carrel, Teresa   Hitch, and Laken MacHelle Reffett.

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