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Today's News

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Sept. 12 – At 5:28 p.m., Timothy Hudgins, 119 Taylor Drive, reported that an unauthorized use had been made of his debit card to make a purchase of blood pressure cuffs with the purchase being sent to Texas.
    Sept. 12 – At 11:05 p.m., police received a report of a missing person from a residence on Oddville Avenue. David Trent Hatfield was reportedly last seen at Shell Apply Mart.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Collision Report
    Sept. 16 -- At 8:45 a.m. a non-injury accident occurred on KY 392 5.3 miles outside of town. Deborah Goheen was driving west on KY 392 when her car slid on oil in the roadway and struck small trees.
    Sept. 16 -- At 8:50 a.m. an injury accident occurred on KY 392 seven miles outside of town. Linda Henderson was traveling west on KY 392 when her car slid on a rainy and oil-slick road. She lost control of the car and it struck a tree. The driver was transported to Harrison Memorial Hospital for injuries sustained in the wreck.

  • Harrison Circuit Court

    Judge Jay Delaney
    presiding Sept. 17, 2013
    CRIMINAL CASES
    Jonathan Patrick, arraignment; trafficking in controlled substance-second degree (first offense); not guilty plea entered, discovery order entered.
    Toni Rae Thompson, 1967, arraignment; complicity trafficking in controlled substance-first degree (first offense) (cocaine), persistent felony offender-first degree; not guilty plea entered, discovery order entered.

  • Harrison Family Court

    Judge Barbara Paul
    presiding Sept. 18, 2013
    CIVIL CASES
    Philip Glen Barley vs. Patricia Ann Barley, motion hour; agreed order entered.
    Mark A. Carroll vs. Sheila Lynn Carroll, motion hour; (motion to dismiss), motion sustained, case dismissed, remand from docket, respondent deceased.
    Lisa Marie Godman vs. Randy Godman, motion hour; passed to be re-noticed.
    Katrina Lamb vs. Michael E. Lamb, motion hour; agreed order entered.
    Cecil B. New vs. Barbara K. New, motion hour; (motion to compel), passed to be re-noticed.

  • Turner, Tribble never stopped being educators

    Harrison County lost two of its best cheerleaders recently.

    I’m not talking about pompom-waving, kicking and yelling cheerleaders. I’m talking about two men who could only do good and say good about their county.

  • Thorobreds fall to Royals Friday in a disappointing outing

    “I thought that we were farther along than this,” said a visibly disappointed Harrison County Football Coach Jim Carr. “They ran all over us.”
    Carr’s remarks came after the 41-19 loss to Mason County Friday night in the Athletic Complex before a really good Homecoming crowd that saw Caylin Mattox and Jacob Markley crowned queen and king.  

  • Breds soccer record is 7-3 after two wins, loss at George Rogers Clark

    The Harrison County Thorobreds are busy matching up with region opponents as they prepare for another long run into the post season.  
    Last Thursday night in Falmouth the Breds started with district rival Pendleton County and came away with a 3-0 win.  
    This match was controlled by Harrison County from start to finish which, according to Coach Nick Hill, is the first time this season that the Breds have had such a grip on a battle.  

  • Fillies shutout Paris Lady Hounds 4-0 in Monday night action

    The Harrison County Fillies bounced back from the heartbreaking defeat last Monday to Bourbon County to defeat Paris 4-0 in Paris Monday night.  
    It took only eight minutes of the game for Harrison County to score the first goal when Taylor Fry won the ball about 20 yards out and beat the Paris defenders to sink the goal in the left corner.  
    This gave the Fillies a lead that they would never surrender.  

  • Sports beat

    Freshmen defense too much for
    Bourbon County
    Despite losing running back Luke Slucher on the first play of the game, the Harrison County freshmen defeated Bourbon County 13-0 Monday night on Lawson Field. Slucher, who was taken from the field via ambulance, returned before the end of the junior varsity game and appears to be ready to play next Monday when the freshmen host Montgomery County in Ingles Stadium.  

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