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Today's News

  • Spring football wraps up Friday after productive three weeks

    Coach Jim Carr has been pleased with many aspects of this year’s spring football at Harrison County High School.  
    Spring football is governed by the KHSAA as to length of practices and also how long the practices can be held during the off season.  
    The practices allowed are 10 two-hour practices which must be held over a 15-day period.  
    Middle schools may also hold practice but the athletes who are still in the eighth grade, though they will be freshmen next year, may not compete with the high school students.

  • Just when I thought it couldn’t be worse

    I haven’t had a high opinion of the New York Jets really since Joe Willie Namath, but especially with Buddy Ryan’s son Rex as the head coach.  
    Buddy was a blow hard and a loud mouth but he had a sense of humor about him and wasn’t real vulgar.  
    Rex, on the other hand, has shot his mouth off, swore at every occasion and has put his foot in his mouth so many times he has athlete’s lips.  

  • HCHS Tennis
  • Track teams run well at Scott County, host Harrison Invitational Saturday

    The Harrison County track teams were 10 points from sweeping both the girls’ and boys’ team titles last Tuesday in the nine-team Scott County All Comers Meet held in Georgetown.  
    A very good field of Scott County, Bourbon County, Franklin County, Western Hills, Montgomery County, Woodford County, Paris, Rowan County and Harrison County competed in this meet which was blessed with good weather.
    The Thorobreds won the meet out scoring Scott County 199 to 146 ½ with Bourbon County third with 88 points.  

  • Sports beat

    Fillies Senior Night, Breds Fence of Fame/Alumni Night this week
    The Harrison County Fillies will celebrate Senior Night on Thursday, May 2, when the Nicholas County Lady Jackets visit Shirley Field for a 5 p.m. district battle.  
    Ashley Coppage, 3B/1B, Morgan Florence, C/IF, and Yasmeen Smith, OF, will each be honored as the three seniors on this year’s Fillies squad.
    The next evening, Friday, May 3, the Thorobreds will hold two events in one evening when the Scott High Eagles visit the Hilltop.  

  • Score 'N' More
  • HCMS Football
  • Serhal-Bell plan May 18 wedding

    Elizabeth Joy Serhal, daughter of Al and Patty Serhal of Forston, Ga., and Duncan Tyler Bell, son of Justin and Connie Bell, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.
    The wedding will take place May 18, 2013 at 3:30 p.m. at Grace Christian Church, Georgetown, Ky. The reception will follow at the home of Sherry and Steve Judy, aunt and uncle of the groom in Cynthiana, Ky. Formal invitations have been sent.
    Serhal is a 2012 graduate of Kentucky Christian University with a major in education. She is employed with Hands on Originals in Lexington.

  • Whalen-Galde to wed May 25

    Pam Whalen and the late Bobby Whalen announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Tracy Whalen, to Steven Galde, son of Karen and Brad Galde. The wedding will take place May 25, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. at Union Baptist Church. The reception will follow at the Elks Lodge.
    Whalen and Galde are both graduates of Harrison County High School.
    Whalen is employed by Community Action Council in Cynthiana. She is the granddaughter of the late Nevel and Adenna Williams, and Birdie Whalen and the late Elbert (Hub) Whalen.

  • HMH Auxiliary holds spring luncheon

    The Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) Auxiliary held its annual Spring volunteer luncheon on Friday, April 19. Thirty members attended the event. Featured guest speakers were HMH Ears, Nose and Throat Specialist Dr. Dan Mongiardo and HMH Physical Therapist Paul Horne. They discussed dizziness and the newly established vestibular/balance clinic offered at HMH.