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Today's News

  • Nationally ranked

    The Harrison County High School varsity cheerleaders returned home with hardware from the UCA National Cheerleading competition in Orlando, Fla. The cheerleaders, coached by Jessica Reynolds, finished fifth in the nation following a Sunday finals competition behind two other Kentucky schools, Southwestern in Pulaski County and Perry County Central.

  • Harrison County Family Court

    Judge Barbara Paul
    presiding Feb. 8, 2011
    CIVIL CASES
    Lenore Baker vs. Robert Wayne Baker, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.
    Daniel Keith Bennett vs. Jennifer Lindsey Bennett, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.
    Yvonne A. Kondelis vs. Albert B. Hatterick, domestic; agreement filed, decree entered.
    David M. Baird vs. Dana F. Baird, motion hour; (motion for contempt), motion re-noticed.
    Kelly Anne Barnett vs. Glenn Gray Barnett, motion hour; agreed order entered.

  • Harrison Circuit Court

    Judge Jay Delaney
    presiding Feb. 7, 2011
    CRIMINAL CASES
    Anthony Dewayne Mealy, 1967, pretrial conference; motion withdrawn.
    Joseph Palmer, 1983, probation revocation hearing; probation violation; admission to violations, probation to be continued.
    Charles Wilson, 1982, probation revocation hearing; probation violation; admission to violations, probation to be continued.

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Feb. 2, 2011
    FELONY CASES
    Lacey Levart, 1979, show cause hearing; bench warrant remains outstanding.
    Suelynn M. Carter, 1977, contempt hearing; community service complete, remand.
    MISDEMEANOR CASES
    Clayton Cooper, 1991, review; 20 days probated.
    Daniel H. Dennis, 1965, review; motion withdrawn.
    Samuel N. Ford, 1989, show cause deferred/installment payment; drug paraphernalia - buy/possession; previously dismissed.

  • 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.

    Feb. – At 6:50 a.m., an injury accident was reported on Old Lair Road. Diana Herrington was traveling on Old Lair Road when an unknown vehicle ran her off the road causing her to hit a tree.

  • Teen injured in ATV/sledding accident Friday

    A Friday evening ATV wreck sent one juvenile to the UK Hospital in critical condition.
    According to a Harrison County Sheriff’s report, the juvenile was severely hurt following an ATV accident which occurred around 6:45 p.m., Friday, Feb. 10, on McDowell Road.
    According to the investigation conducted by Deputy Nathan Gasser, two juveniles were playing in the snow; one was pulling the other behind an ATV on a plastic sled when the accident occurred.

  • Strawzell-Crowdy exchange vows in October ceremony

    Steve and Rhonda Strawzell announce the marriage of their daughter, Crista Rae-Jean Strawzell, to Richard Thomas Crowdy. The couple was united in marriage on Oct. 1, 2011 at the First United Methodist Church in Cynthiana, Ky. Pastoral officiates were Chuck Cooper, Jimmy Owens, Dave Thurman, and Steve White.
    Strawzell’s maid of honor was her sister, Kelsi Strawzell.  Cousins and best friends of the bride who served as bridesmaids were Lauren Anderson, Emily Duszynski, Kara Mattox, Caryn Ray, and Megan Shaftner.

  • Brown files new fees in bankruptcy case

    After filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in U.S. District Court, attorneys for Kay Brown have filed an amended fee schedule.
    As last reported, the U.S.  District Court trustee  Samuel Crocker, questioned Brown’s hiring of three law firms to oversee her bankruptcy proceedings.
    Crocker called the retainers Brown paid “substantial.”
    According to Crocker, Brown had already paid $199,789.44 to the firms of Whiteford, Taylor & Preston and The Bolog Firm, both of Maryland, and Spurgeon and Tinker of Lexington.

  • Cigarette makers to serve federal time

    A federal judge sentenced local cigarette manufacturers to prison for their admitted roles in avoiding tax payments on their cigarettes over a two-year period.
    Robert Ammerman, 71, will serve 18 months in jail and his son, Mike, 47, will serve 15 months. The Ammermans are the owners of Farmers Tobacco Co. of Cynthiana, makers of Kentucky Best cigarettes and other brands.

  • Womans Club holds February meeting

    The Womans Club held their February meeting at the Cynthiana Christian Church. Bonnie Teater, president, presided at the meeting. Vivian Smith gave the blessing and Spiritual Values.
    Anna Ruth McLoney presented Beverly Pierce and Anastasia Raines who provided the music.
    Lottie Barlow introduced Marvin Sullivan who presented the program ‘Story Teller.’ He also played his harmonica.
    At the business meeting, two guests, Zetta Donavan and Betty Ann Selin, were introduced.