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Today's News

  • New Drivers

    NEW DRIVERS

     

    Mariah C. Carr, Campbell K. Hall, Brandon S. Hicks, Kirstie Nashtock, Whitney Beckett, ?Haley A. Diamond, Kelsey M. Carr and Garrett A. Creech.

  • Reunions

    RENAKER SCHOOL

    ALUMNI REUNION

    The Renaker School Alumni Reunion will be held on July 17 at  6 p.m. at the Calvary Assembly of God’s Church.

    Calvary Assembly of God’s Church is located at 325 Webster Ave. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. All former students, alumni and friends are invited.

    For reservations contact Patty Adams at 859-234-1403.

    CLASS OF 1960

    Harrison County High School Class of 1960 will have its 50th reunion on July 17, 2010 with social time from 5-6:30 with dinner at 6:30 at the Cynthiana Country Club.

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, June 24

    Prize Book Store. Will be open from 2-6 p.m. on Thursday, June 24 at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. Turn in reading logs and get a free book.

    Flower Paper Program. Thursday, June 24 at 6 p.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library Learn How to Make Your Own Plantable Paper. This program is for adult patrons.

    FRIDAY, June 25

    Teen Soap Making/Painting. Friday, June 25 for grades 6th-12th starting at 12:30 p.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library.

  • Tending the summer tomatoes

    I have some healthy looking tomato plants in the garden this year which is refreshing after last year’s diseased lot. Nothing ripe yet but all in all things look promising despite the pop-up down pours and the 90 degree weather.     

  • Sports Beat

    Hatfield helps East seniors win over West seniors 12-3 Sunday

    Harrison County’s Rachel Hatfield had a triple and a RBI to help the East squad defeat the West, 12-3, Sunday at the University of Kentucky Softball Complex. 

    Hatfield played third base for seven innings in the extreme heat Sunday turning in a solid performance in the field to go along with her hitting. The East team was also coached by Harrison County head coach Christine Garnett along with Larry Slone of Rowan County, Geoff Stewart of Boyd County and Shane Weaver of North Laurel. 

  • Spiders and snakes, two most common fears people experience

    “I don’t like spiders and snakes…” are the lyrics to the catchy 1970s tune by singer Jim Stafford. Although the song has little to do with wildlife, the sentiment holds true for many whose fear, when they cross paths with a common snake or spider, is real even when the perceived danger isn’t.  

  • Joe Mooney Men’s Invitational at country club this weekend

    Defending champion Bart Lenox will be on hand Saturday and Sunday during the 46th annual Joe Mooney Men’s Invitational to try to ward off a talented field to successfully defend the title.

    In the championship field with the six-time winner will be 11-time winner Mike Lenox and other former champions such as Kevin Letcher, Joe Henson and Steve Houchen. 

    The six flights will tee off early both Saturday and Sunday with the Championship flight coming in last on Sunday afternoon.  

  • Soggy weather could be blame for weekend wrecks

    The Harrison County Sheriff’s Department responded to several injury wrecks over the weekend.

    “The roadways were wet... and that may have been a contributing factor,” Deputy Nathan Gasser said about the injury collision he worked Friday afternoon around 3:15 p.m. on Ky. Hwy. 36 West, approximately two miles west of Cynthiana.

    Five individuals were transported to Harrison Memorial Hospital after Emmalee N. Rosa, 18, driving a 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt, struck an oncoming vehicle, driven by Scott Beach, 39, of Williamstown.

  • Clean-up, recovery efforts underway

    With the flood waters having receded, what remains is drying out and damage recovery.

    “This one hurt because some of the crops were out,” said Harrison County farmer Chapie Mastin.

    Mastin estimates a $12,000 loss on the corn crops he planted only a few weeks before the South Fork Licking River rose to flood level on Sunday, May 2.

    “Natural disasters hurt everybody,” Mastin said, adding that even those crops not on river-bottom farms suffered damage.

  • Warehouse is temporary home for shelter animals

    The Flora Shropshire Animal Shelter became an island home to cats and dogs Monday evening.

    “The cats and dogs are dry,” Animal Control Officer Allen Fryman said Tuesday morning from the shelter on New Lair Road.

    The 20 cats and 40 dogs were transported to the Double M Dixie tobacco warehouse Sunday afternoon as a precautionary measure, Fryman said.

    Fryman said the transfer of animals was assisted by numerous volunteers and the Lexington Humane Society, who brought 40 cages to hold the animals at the warehouse.