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Today's News

  • Thorobreds close season with rout of Walton Verona, loss to Scott County

    The Harrison County Thorobreds’ bats came to life for a little while on Wednesday when they pounded out 11 hits in five innings to shut out Walton Verona (10-15) by a 10-0 score on the Hilltop.  
    Junior Zach Royce drove in four of the runs with a first inning sacrifice fly and a fourth inning  three-run home run to lead Harrison County who improved to 19-6 with the win.  
    Brandon Kendall, Jordan Martin and Noah Mitchell each had two hits for Harrison County.  

  • Tennis Tournament
  • Score 'N' More
  • Fillies on three games win streak heading into district play

    The Harrison County Fillies defeated George Rogers Clark Friday on Senior Night by a 5-4 score and won both ends of the triangle tournament on Saturday to head into district play on a three-game winning streak.  
    The 23-10 Harrison County squad edged Estill County (18-15) by a 7-6 score in the first game of the triangle and Western Hills (18-17) by a 2-1 score in the final game.  
    Western Hills beat a depleted Estill County squad in the second game as the Lady Engineers sent their seniors home for graduation.

  • Sports beat

    Fillies Basketball Camp
    set for May 29-31
    Coach Kim Furnish and the Harrison County Fillies will hold the summer basketball camp this year beginning on Wednesday, May 29. The camp will be for three days concluding on Friday, May 31.  
    Campers between grades 1-8 are welcome for the morning camp which begins at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 11:30 all three days.  

  • Cub Scout Pack 60
  • Phase I to begin June 3

    The Harrison County Ag Development Board met last week and decided to open the application process for the Phase I Program on Monday, June 3 at 8 p.m. This means on that evening the applications will be available to pick up at the county wide meeting.
    I realize this is a busy time of year with soybeans being planted, hay harvested, and probably tobacco being set. The reason for the delay was created because of the supplication approval process requiring an extended period of time.
    The following are the times and due dates for the program.

  • Sweet potatoes need 150 days

    I was in Shepherdsville at Country Corner Greenhouse earlier in the week and picked up some good-looking sweet potato slips that are finally ready for the garden.  
    Up until last week it has been too cold for the southern crop.
    Sweet potatoes are tropical by nature but can be grown successfully in Kentuckiana as long as we wait until it is warm (night-time temperatures in the 60’s).  
    As long as they have 150 frost-free days and some steamy Ohio Valley weather, we should be knee deep in sweet potatoes by Thanksgiving.  

  • Lawler has been appointed as LVC’s academic coordinator

    As a result of his passion for teaching, David Lawler, was appointed to be the academic coordinator during the fall of 2012.  
    He has been a full time professor of biology and math at the Licking Valley Campus since August 2001.  
    Lawler continues to teach biology and said, “I have a passion for my material and when you have students that want to learn, then it’s rewarding when they reflect that back to you.”

  • MCTC/LVC demonstrates nursing simulation to CHP Employer Advisory Committee at May meeting

    MCTC/Licking Valley Campus hosted the Community Health Partnership Employer Advisory Committee meeting on Wednesday, May 8.  
    The meeting was held at the campus in the nursing simulation lab in the Health Sciences Wing and the hosts were college faculty, staff and student representatives.   
    The CHP Employer Advisory  is comprised of a group of physicians, hospital staff members, city and county government officials and other employers. The group has been meeting quarterly since 1999.