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Today's News

  • The Ruddles Mills Consolidated School reunion

    The Ruddles Mills Consolidated School reunion (Bourbon County) will be held Saturday, June 30, 2012 at Ruddles Mills Christian Church. Fellowship to begin at 5 p.m. with a potluck meal between 5:30-6 p.m.
    Anyone who has been to Ruddles Mills School (students, teachers, bus drivers and custodians). If you know someone who has never been to the reunion, please contact and invite them.
    Come early and bring a covered dish for a time of fellowship and reminiscing. No reservations necessary.
     

  • Five generations
  • President’s Cup winners

    Winners of the President’s Club evening group held at the Cynthiana Country Club June 5 and 12 were: from left, Kelly Kendall, first; Jennie Sparks, second; and Laura Wachter, third.

  • Sports Beat

    Football Thorobreds to sponsor
    youth football camp in July

    Ingles Stadium will be the site of the Thorobreds Youth Football Camp hosted by the coaching staff and players of the 2012 Harrison County Thorobreds football team.  
    The Youth Camp, which will be held on July 10-12 from 5 to 7 p.m., will be for student athletes from the age of 7 to 13 years old. Proper fundamentals and technique will be stressed to the youth to improve the foundation of Harrison County football.  

  • Relay for Life
  • PIRATES WIN LITTLE LEAGUE

    The top two seeds in both Little League and Coach-Pitch faced off in the tournament championships last week with one top seed winning and one losing in the finals.
    The Little League Pirates with seven 12-year-olds won the regular season and were favorites to win the tournament.  
    They faced the second seeded Kentucky Fried Chicken team with their lineup loaded with 11-year-olds in the final on Thursday night at River Road Park.

  • Henson claims 2012 Joe Mooney Invitational title with five under

    Joe Henson birdied the final hole Sunday afternoon to ice the win in the 2012 Joe Mooney Invitational held last weekend at the Cynthiana Country Club.  
    Henson and defending champion Grant Blevins of Danville were locked in a battle that saw the two players hovering around two to four under for the biggest part of the second day.  
    Blevins finished three under par at 141 to finish two strokes behind Henson’s 139 winning total.  

  • Changes in store for middle school athletics

    The Harrison County Middle School has gone through a restructuring at the top and in the eighth grade football program.  
    Bob Ruth has been replaced by Joshua Valentine as the athletic director for the many programs offered for the sixth through eighth grade students.  
    The eighth grade football program is also changing completely as Jim Carr left to become the head varsity coach and his long-time aide, Mark Jenkins, is unable to continue as assistant.  

  • Can we be too concerned about concussions?

    Last week’s incident in major league baseball where the bat broke when the batter swung and the end hit the umpire brought the concussion issue to mind.  
    The umpire was on the ground for several minutes and speculation about his return ever was discussed around baseball “talk” radio.  
    It is a scary situation though one that does not happen often, thankfully.
    However, I did see an umpire in a Little League game at River Road Park take a pitch in the ear the other night when the ball bounced off the hard ground.

  • Harrison County sends three athletes to AAU tournaments

    Trenton Thompson, right, member of the Hoop Dreams 15 and under AAU basketball team, holds State AAU Championship trophy after his team won the boys AAU 15U Basketball Tournament May 20. He is pictured with Coach Paul Price.