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Today's News

  • Harrison County District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Sept. 26, 2011
    PROBATE CASES
    Estate of Nancee Beth Neuspickel, probate hearing; order entered.
    Estate of John N. Slade, motion hour; order entered.
    Estate of Bobby Clay Stephens, motion hour; order entered.
    In re: Margaret Marie Maldonado, probate hearing; order entered.
    CIVIL CASES
    Ann Mae Brooks vs. Robert Bowles, court trial; forcible detainer sustained.
    Global Acceptance Credit Company vs. Junior Bowman, motion hour; default judgment entered.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Sept. 15 – At 4:04 p.m., Sharon Prather reported that she was being harassed.
    Sept. 16 – At 12:33 a.m., police were called to a possible suicide attempt. The subject declined assistance and told police that he was not going to kill himself.
    Sept. 16 – At 12:47 a.m., Sara Fryman reported that an individual broke the window out of her vehicle and hit her with a rock. He took her keys and ran away. She is going to the county attorney to file a complaint.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    The following information from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office indicates drivers and/or owners whose vehicles were involved in accidents.
    Sept. 28 – At 11:20 a.m., an injury accident occurred on Stratton Rd. Mandy Ballard was driving on Stratton Road and skid off the road and struck the end portion of a guardrail. Ballard and her daughter were both air lifted to UK hospital for their injuries.

  • Property Transfers

    Roger Dale Matthews to City of Cynthiana, Ky., property in Cynthiana on Safety Way, $49,000.
    M.E. Northcutt and Goldie Mae Northcutt to Brian K. Northcutt and Donna G. Northcutt, property on West Pearl Street, $3,500.
    Quit Claim Deed: Barbara A. Donovan to Halsey Donovan, property on Elmarch Avenue, $1.
    General Warranty Deed: Milton Monroe Ritchie and Angela Ritchie to Rebecca R. Jenkins and Jeffrey Jenkins, property on Highland Avenue, $85,000.
    Mary Kearns to Janice Kearns, Lot 4 - Block A in Hyde Park Addition.

  • New Drivers

    Grant Morgan-Sanders, Ariel Christine Thornberry, Madalene Pennza, Macy Eckler, James Ballard, Tara Brierley, William Drake Powell, Mason Givens, Johnny Curtis Jr., Juan Acevedo Gonzales.

  • Fillies win soccer Senior Night battle with Frankfort 4-0

    Six seniors took the field Monday night on Senior Night at LeBus Field and were awarded by a sound thumping of Frankfort 4-0.  
    Seniors Mary Kate Davis, Katlynn Horschler, Natasha Ingram, Sara Jenkins, Andrea Livingood and Nikki Taylor were each recognized during the Senior Night ceremonies.  
    The game was a sound performance by the Fillies. While they scored four goals, they had many shots on goal that could have made the score much more lopsided.  

  • A wrap up to baseball 2011

    I was listening to Cincinnati radio Sunday morning after church and heard what was sort of an ominous remark concerning the Reds’ season, which made me think to write this.
    The program host noted that after last night (Saturday) the Reds were guaranteed a losing season for 2011.   
    When one considers the talent on the Reds, it seems hard to believe that they finished with a less than winning season. This had me thinking maybe I would consider each position and compare the player in Cincinnati to the rest of the National League.

  • Berry Christian Church
  • Volleyball Fillies net win No. 20 in Senior Night defeat of Clark County

    After beating Deming, who has one of the better records in the region, in straight sets last Thursday, the Harrison County Fillies had a big task in front of them Tuesday night on the Hilltop.  
    The George Rogers Clark Lady Cards came into Cynthiana with a modest 12-11 record earned during an early-season tough schedule. The Fillies had the additional pressure of Senior Night, which while a great night can distract a team from the job at hand.

  • Harrison’s Cross Country team ran fast times on Berea course

    In true cross country style, the Berea course has a creek for the runners to run through as they travel the assigned route for the 5000 meter race.  
    This usually causes wet and slippery conditions and slower times, but the Harrison County team had some good times on Saturday.