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Today's News

  • Track squads compete well Friday in Frankfort

    The Harrison County girls’ and boys’ track teams competed at Western Hills High School’s open track meet Friday afternoon. The meet, which had 19 teams competing, was held in less than ideal conditions as the temperatures started in the low 40s and dropped throughout the event. 

    Natosha Ingram led the Fillies by winning the shot put and finishing second in the discus.  The Fillies were also able to gather points in the hurdles and the 3200M relay.     

    The Fillies placed eighth in the 19 team field scoring 31 points.

  • Burning helps restore prairie grass, gardens

    Back in 2007 we installed a five acre tall grass prairie with assistance from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Habitat Improvement Program. Each year they assist a number of landowners in various ways that improve habitat, prevent erosion and protect waterways. Basically, you do the work but they supply you with the materials needed to get the job done.

  • Harrison County Family Court

    HARRISON FAMILY COURT

    Judge Barbara Paul

    presiding March 17, 2010

    CIVIL CASES

    Angela M. Lalley vs. Charles R. Lalley, motion hour; agreed order entered.

    Shawna Lee Lenz vs. Robert Stanley Lenz, motion hour; order previously submitted and entered.

    Regina Wagner vs. John Wagner Jr., motion hour; order previously entered.

    Misty L. Blackaby vs. John F. Blackaby, motion hour; order previously entered.

    Kentucky Foster Care vs. Brenda Kay Bloomfield, motion hour; order of support entered.

  • Dance team wins national competition

    The Harrison County High School Dance team traveled to Evansville Indiana Saturday and brought back the first place trophy from a national competition. The Heartland National Dance Competition at The Centre in downtown Evansville hosted squads 23 squads from the central part of the United States. 

    The competition started at 9 a.m. with the individual competition, solos, and ensembles and other non-team events. The team competition was in the afternoon and consisted of each squad doing routines which have a maximum time of two and one half minutes. 

  • Property Transfers

    PROPERTY TRANSFERS

    DGS Development, LTD to Daniel Holman, Tract 4 - Eureka Road Land Division, $29,000.

    Cynthiana Dairy Queen, Inc. to James L. Gragg-Trustee of the ABC, III, Trust, Lots 11 and 12 on Webster Avenue - Block A, $150,000.

    Cynthiana Dairy Queen, Inc. to James L. Gragg-Trustee of the ABC, III, Trust, Tract 1 on Webster Avenue, $100,000.

    Clara Jane Lemons to Teresa L. Doyle, Lot 24 in Hancock Addition.

    Virginia H. Bradley to Dixiana B. Solomon and Francis S. Solomon, Lot 8 - Block C on Grandview Drive.

  • Farmers can get loans for cold storage facilities

    The USDA’s Farm Storage Facility Loan (FSFL) program has been amended to allow producers to build cold storage facilities to store their fresh fruits and vegetables.

    Eligibility

    To be eligible, cold storage facilities must have a useful life of 15 years.

  • ACRE/DCP deadline for enrollment approaching

    John W. McCauley, State Executive Director of USDA’s Kentucky Farm Service Agency (FSA), reminds producers that June 1, 2010 is the deadline for the 2010 Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) Program or the traditional Direct and Counter-cyclical Program (DCP). This is a mandatory deadline for all participatants and USDA will not accept any late-file applications.

  • Cynthiana Police Report

    CYNTHIANA POLICE DEPARTMENT

    Case reports

    March 3 -- At 5:45 p.m., James Franklin, 21, reported a civil matter/dispute.

    March 10 -- At 11:40 p.m., an officer responded to Harrison Memorial Hospital following a statement from the alleged victim, James L. Boone, 26, saying he had been beaten and robbed.

    March 11 -- At 5:45 p.m. police were called to Pike Street for a fight call.

    March 11 -- At 8:10 p.m., Sandra M. Brooks, 43, reported that her prescription had been stolen out of her purse.

  • Welcome to the forgiveness feast

    One of my favorite jokes goes like this:

    A woman whose husband just left her for another woman walks the beach and finds a bottle in the sand. After pulling out the cork, a genie appears and grants her three wishes, with one stipulation: Whatever she wishes for her husband receives double.

    She wishes for a million dollars and — poof! — she gets it, and her husband gets two million. Next, she wishes for a diamond necklace. Poof! One is at her feet and two end up on the neck of her husband’s new girlfriend.

  • Northcutt is making Harrison County a school of champions

    A few weeks ago, Brandon Barnett pinned his way to the 189 pound division high school wrestling state championship. 

    We have already established that high school baseball almost always has to consider the Thorobreds in the picture.

    There are many years when the cheerleaders are in the hunt for state awards.