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Today's News

  • Reunions

    NORTHCUTT
    The Northcutt family reunion will be held Sunday, June 2 beginning at 12:30 p.m. at the Curry fellowship building on Upper Curry Road. Come bring a dish or two.

    ANNESS
    Family and friends of James and Julia Anness will meet for a reunion at Northside Elementary School on Sunday, June 2 at 12:30 p.m. Bring a covered dish to share.

  • Casen Evan Fields

    Casen Evan Fields was born to Megan Fields and Josh Fields of Georgetown on April 8, 2013 at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington, Ky.
    He weighed 4 lbs. 3 oz.
    Maternal grandparents are Darren Ecklar (Jennifer Webb) of Richmond and Christina Riggs of Lexington; maternal great-grandparents are Gary and Janice Duckworth of Georgetown, Carlene Ecklar of Cynthiana, and Rex Ecklar of Cynthiana; maternal great-great-grandparent is Rosemary Duckworth of Cynthiana.

  • Daniel Josiah Lee “Danny Jo” Wilson

    Daniel Josiah Lee “Danny Jo” Wilson was born to Thomas and Layla Wilson of Cynthiana on Jan. 7, 2013 at Harrison Memorial Hospital.
    He weighed 8 lbs. 3 oz., and is welcomed by his brother D.J. Wilson.
    Maternal grandparents are Danny Dale and Zona Fryman, both of Cynthiana; maternal great-grandparents are the late Leroy and Ruth Fryman and the late Nora Henson.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Kacey Tarie Cox, May 8, daughter of Jamie and Nickey (Anness) Cox.
    Joseph Allen, a 2003 graduating senior at Harrison County High School and captain of the football team, will be representing Kentucky, City of Cynthiana, in the Novotol Beachcomerr Down Under Bowl this summer in Australia.
    • When first introduced into Europe, the vanilla bean was used primarily as a flavoring for chocolate or as a tobacco perfume.

    25 years ago . . .

  • Cynthiana’s Linda Allen named ARC Hero of the Year

    The Bluegrass Chapter of the American Red Cross completed its sixth annual Heroes Campaign presented by Nurses Registry on May 16.
    The Heroes Campaign is a community awareness and fundraising campaign that seeks to recognize those individuals who are making a difference in the community, while also supporting the local Red Cross through financial contributions.  

  • Five Generations
  • 4-H Environmental Camp
  • Fillies claim 38th District with 14-4 win over Nicholas County Tuesday

    Harrison County spotted Nicholas County an opening 4-0 lead before coming back to whip the Lady Jackets in four innings, 14-4, at Pendleton County Tuesday night.  
    Nicholas County had opened the district competition with a six-inning, 12-2 win over the host Lady Cats before running into the Harrison County buzz saw.  
    After Nicholas County had scored four times in the opening inning on two hits, a couple of walks, a hit batsman and a big Harrison County error, the Fillies scored one run in the bottom of the inning.  

  • Breds rip Black Devils, await Bluejackets/Wildcats winner

    Five young Harrison County pitchers combined to throw a no hitter and the Thorobreds put 16 runs on the board for an easy 16-0 win over Robertson County in the opener of the 38th District Monday night.  
    Sophomores Austin Reffett and Alex Kinsey, freshman Gus Garrison, lightly used junior Christian Persinger and eighth grader Nathan Fryman combined to strike out six and walk only one in the five-inning game.  
    The Breds’ batters had 13 hits, drew seven walks and had one batter hit by a pitch to put base runners on in each inning except the first.

  • Faulconer sets school mile record at state

    Louisville Central ran away with the girls’ team title and Lexington Catholic was the easy winner in the boys’ competition Friday at the AA State Track Championships.  
    The meet, which was moved up a week to accommodate the officials, featured some dominant athletes in both the girls’ and boys’ divisions.  
    Joey Faulconer was fourth in the 1600M run and Daniel Klapheke was eighth in the 110M hurdles to score six points for the Harrison County Thorobreds, who finished in 32nd place in the 44-team competition.