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Today's News

  • Remember, when the lights go out, it could be worse

    Imagine a world where when the sun went down, the houses got dark.

    Well, most of Harrison County knows how that feels after a weekend with no electric.

    Last weekend, many Harrison Countians spent their time in the dark... and cold.

  • 28 animals seized

     

    A former Harrison County woman may face multiple charges after allegedly abandoning several animals on Antioch Richland Road.

  • SNOW OVERLOAD

     

    The Friday night, Saturday morning storm that swept through Harrison County left widespread power outages.

    Bluegrass Energy crews worked around the clock to restore power.

  • Score 'N' More
  • Rec Department

    Church teams needed
    for league
    The recreation department is needing three more church league teams to sign up. If interested call recreation director Rick Chasten at 234-7155.

  • Batte is CPD’s first female graduate

     

    At 30 years old, Dottie Batte believes she is exactly where she is supposed to be.

  • Sports beat

    Thunder Run Tryouts
    Tryouts for the 7U Thunder Run Coach Pitch travel team will be held Jan. 13, 2013 at 2676 Cincinnati Road, Georgetown, Ky. Child must attend Harrison County Schools. Player cannot turn 8 years old until May 1, 2013 or later.
    If you have any questions call Vincent Tucker 859-588-4271 or Chris Denniston 859-588-0025.

  • Young Fillies lose three in Bourbon tournament

    The Harrison County Fillies continued their early season struggles on Friday and Saturday as they dropped games to Shelby Valley, Dixie Heights and Middletown, Ohio.
    Shelby Valley brought an 8-1 record into the tournament being regarded by most as the best team in the 15th Region.  
    They did nothing to make anyone think differently as they used the strength of four three pointers in the first quarter to sprint out to a 20-5 lead and were never threatened in the 70-38 win.  

  • Celebrating 25 years of business in Cynthiana

     

    Leono’s will ring in the new year with a 25th anniversary celebration week filled with daily specials and pizza drawings for supporting customers.

  • New Year’s resolutions

    When you get to be my age there have been many chances to make great and meaningful changes/improvements at the beginning of the year.  
    I never have been able to resolve to lose weight, quit swearing etc., so this year all of my resolutions are going to be sports related.
    The first one would be easy for some people but has always been hard for me.  
    That will be to continue to follow a sport after “my team” is eliminated.