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Today's News

  • Breds Florida baseball trip dampened by rain

    The Harrison County Thorobreds Spring Break trip to Florida was educational but there wasn’t much baseball played due to the weather.
    After losing in the opener on Monday, April 1, to Crestview, 10-0, the weather eliminated the rest of the ball games that were scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday. Tuesday was already planned for a trip to the Pensacola Naval Air Station and National Aviation Museum. The Air Station is the home of the famous Blue Angels.  

  • Harrison County Alums make it two in a row over Bourbon County Saturday

    The Harrison County football alumni team only put seven points on the board Saturday night in Paris but thanks to a stout defense and some booming Rodney Dryden punts that was all they needed to defeat arch rival Bourbon County 7-2.
    The Bourbon County team, which was a combination of Paris High School and Bourbon County High School called the Pride, scored first in the game on a punt attempt by the Harrison County team which did not make it out of the end zone.  

  • Rose honored in Sunday celebration at First United Methodist Church

    The day after his 90th birthday, the Rev. Jimmie Rose delivered the sermon at the First United Methodist Church in Cynthiana.  
    One might say that is great news and all but why is this on the sports page?  
    The answer to that question is Jimmie Rose is an icon of basketball in Kentucky high school laurels as well as a minister/evangelist of renown.  

  • HCMS Soccer
  • Breds basketball holds awards banquet at center court

    Coach Larry Kendall and the staff of the Harrison County basketball Thorobreds hosted the team in the annual awards banquet Tuesday night at the high school.  
    This ceremony, different from the others, was held on the basketball floor at center court where the team spent many hours over the past years.  
    The six seniors who toiled together for the past four years prompted Coach Kendall to hold the program where they had molded together as a team.

  • Cynthiana Sin The’ holds Spring Testing
  • Harrison County Archery
  • Fillies win 3 of 4 in 40-team Clarksville Tournament

    The Harrison County Fillies traveled to Clarksville, Tenn., last weekend and won three straight games before falling to Macon County, Tenn., 6-2 in the second game on Saturday.
    The Fillies opened the tournament by playing Ohio County, Ky., (2-6) and edging the Lady Eagles by a 2-1 score.  
    Senior Ashley Coppage drove in both Fillies runs in the game with a double and a sacrifice fly.  
    Ohio County’s pitching limited the Fillies to only two hits, the Coppage double and a single by Sydney Motell.  

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Tyra Brooke Flowers, March 31, daughter of David and Susan Flowers; Jose Raul Campos Geronimo, April 1, son of Raul Campos and Leticia Geronimo; Trinity Sierra Darlene Pelino, April 2, daughter of Alvina D. Pelino; Connor Patrick Powers, March 17, son of John and Laura Box Powers.

  • Barnett to host Omega’s May meeting

    The April meeting of Preceptor Omega Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was held on Monday, April 1 in the community room in Clifton Village. Pat Terhune was hostess for the evening.
    Officers for the coming year were elected and are as follows: Bonnie Teater-president, Betty Kay McCullough-vice president, Nancy Deitemeyer-recording secretary, Rosemary Lucas-corresponding secretary, Linda Root-treasurer, and Pat Terhune-Extension officer.
    Plans for a brunch to be held later in the month for the residents of Clifton Village were completed.