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Today's News

  • ‘Mr C’ honored as Teacher Who Made a Difference

    He’s touched the lives of hundreds of students, and though several years retired, he’s still teaching and still touching lives.
    Bill Caywood, former Harrison County High School teacher and speech and drama coach, was recently honored at the University of Kentucky 2012 Teachers Who Made a Difference ceremony.
    His nomination for the honor was made by one of Caywood’s former students, Jenny Lynn Varner Hatter, who also starred in Caywood’s recent production of Lost in Yonkers at Rohs Opera House.

  • Reunions

    CHS REUNION
    Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the closing of the Cynthiana High School on June 16 from 5:30-9:30 p.m. at The Prizing House.
    Purchase tickets at Biancke’s Restaurant, Ewalt’s Jewelers, Chase Jewelers, Farmers Bank (Southside location), Cynthiana Museum or you may call Elaine Blackburn at 234-5689. Tickets are $17.50 each until June 8, $20 after June 8.

    DAILEY

  • Five generations
  • Harrison County Girl Scouts
  • Griffith Wood
  • Russell School ribbon cutting ceremony set for Monday

    Nearly a decade after it ceased operations as a school the former Russell Elementary School has officially reopened as a community services center that includes child and family development opportunities, safety net services and housing for seniors.

  • Harrison County Middle School

    The Harrison County Middle School Honor Roll for the fourth nine-weeks includes:
    Sixth Grade - All As
    Morgan Barker, Elizabeth Barnes, Cameron Blankenship, Ariel Bryan, Cameron Cooper, Madison Coppage, Dakota Covert, Haley Creech, Hannah Creech, Mersadeez Dietrich, Max Ferguson, Kelby Gaunce, Kelsey Hutchison, Alyssa Kilpela, Olivia King, Emmalee Lutes, Sydnie Lyons, Devin Mattox, Alex Midden, Karlee Migneault, Emily Northcutt, Madelyn Peveler, Kasey Pike, Owen Stephens, Morgan Sumpter, Rachel Swinford, Bailee Thornsbury, Johana Torres, Ben Vanhook.

  • Abdallah Park Road closed indefinitely

    By Kristie Hamon, Summer intern
    Abdallah Park Road, formally McIlvain Boulevard, has been closed until further notice because of damage to the road and potentially unsafe driving conditions.
    Mayor Steve Moses said about three months ago there started to be slippage of the road and cracks in the middle. He also said the road has a false shoulder that could potentially give way at any time.
    “We’ve got several holes in the road down here,” Moses said. “The road’s starting to tear apart.”

  • Westside Elementary

    The Westside Elementary Honor Roll for the fourth term includes:
    Third Grade - All As
    Dallas Barrett, Benji Brewer, Gavin Miller, Kaylee Brooke Northcutt.  
    Third Grade - A/B

  • Hospice will host survivor dinner June 22

    For the first time in Harrison County’s long Relay for Life history, cancer survivors will be honored with a pre-event dinner.
    After having been in charge of the survivors’ tent for the last two years, Hospice staff decided to celebrate with survivors in a more intimate surrounding.
    Beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday, June 22, anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer and one guest are invited to stop by the Harrison County High School cafeteria where they will register for prizes, pickup their t-shirt and goodie bags and have dinner.