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Today's News

  • Remembering Sept. 11, 2001, ceremony to be held

    The Harrison County Fire Protection District will host a Remembering Sept. 11, 2001, ceremony at the new memorial on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 8:30 a.m.

    At 8:46 a.m. there will be a moment of silence at which time Harrison County Fire Chief Charles Allen Carson will ring the bell to remember and honor the innocent lives of those who were lost during the terrorist attacks on America the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.

  • Breds record 4-2 with win over Mason Co. and close loss to Western Hills

    The Harrison County soccer Breds defeated Mason County Thursday in the Athletic Complex to run their record to 4-1 for the young season.  
    This was a match where the Thorobreds worked on their attacks from the back.  
    Possession and communication continued to be the focus of the coaches for the night as they prodded the players to work on these keys to victory.  
    The Breds jumped out to a 4-0 halftime lead with the focus at the half on a shutout for the night.  

  • Another 4% increase passed by school board

     

    By a unanimous vote, Harrison County’s school taxes will increase again this year.

    The board opted to move forward with an increase that will generate 4 percent more income for the district than last year.

  • A Walk to Remember

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    When William Glass decided to move from Chicago to Atlanta, people may have thought it strange that the Alzheimer’s Association advocate took four months to prepare.

  • HCHS cross country begins season with two tough meets

    The Harrison County cross country teams ran at Asbury College Tuesday in the Chick-Fil-A Invitational and again Saturday at Ryle High School’s Invitational Meet.  
    The weather for both events was hot, brutally so, and very humid causing some asthma and allergies to make things difficult for the runners.
    The Asbury College meet had several quality opponents to compete against as well as the weather conditions, but still, the young runners showed improvement both over last week’s scrimmage and this same course a year ago.  

  • Dotson, Case top paid educators

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    While Harrison County schools salaries did not show a dramatic increase, there was some raises since 2012.

  • Six indicted by grand jury

     

    Six people were named in nine indictments issued by the Harrison County grand jury on Tuesday.

    Steven Price, 24, was named in two indictments totaling 15 counts.

  • Get a Taste of Harrison County this weekend

     

    Lions Club members are asking Cynthiana and Harrison County residents to come out to their annual event.

  • Plan for a Wicked Evening this weekend with harriCYN theatre group

    The harriCYN community theatre will get all of you, you sweet pretties — and your little dogs too! — when they toss three famous musicals about the land of Oz into a bucket of water and melt them into one Wicked Evening of Songs this weekend.

    The music showcase is an original review the community theater group put together in response to audience demand for similar type shows.

  • Barr questions new government home loan regulations

    In a general criticism of the current federal administration, Congressman Andy Barr offered his concerns about the effect that government misinformation and overregulation may have on rural Kentucky at a local question and answer session held at Biancke’s restaurant Thursday morning.