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Today's News

  • School Menus

    Feb. 22-26

    * Menus subject to change due to weather and delivery.

    BREAKFAST

    ALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

    MONDAY: Breakfast pizza or cereal, toast and jelly, fruit or juice, variety of milk.

    TUESDAY: Bacon, egg and cheese biscuit or cereal, toast and jelly, fruit or juice, variety of milk.

    WEDNESDAY: Pancake wrap w/syrup, or cereal, toast and jelly, fruit or juice, variety of milk.

    THURSDAY: Oats and cinnamon toast or cereal, toast and jelly, fruit or juice, variety of milk.

  • NAP application closing dates for crops approaching

    The deadlines to file an application for natural disaster protection under the Noninsured Assistance Program (NAP) are March 1 and 15.

    The crops for the March 1 deadline are: Alfalfa, Clover, Grass and Mixed Grass intended for grazing, hay, or seed.

  • Harrison County District Court

    HARRISON DISTRICT COURT

    Judge William D. Probus

    presiding Feb. 4, 2010

    FELONY CASES

    George S. Simpson, 1953, review; assessment report filed, in compliance, remanded from docket.

    Anthony B. Banks, 1971, motion hour; order entered.

    Jack A. Burden, 1986, motion hour; order entered.

    Timothy B. Callahan, 1985, motion hour; order entered.

    Jeffrey A. Cole, 1987, motion hour; order entered.

    Samantha R. Haney, 1981, motion hour; order entered.

    Keith F. Harwood, 1984, motion hour; order entered.

  • Class sports are a huge mistake

    I saw where a couple of coaches were asking the Kentucky High School Athletic Association to look into having class baseball and other sports like they do football. 

    This would, of course, not include basketball which already has a class A tournament. Besides, the basketball tournament is the big cash cow that operates the rest of the tournaments that do not pay their own way. 

  • Property Transfers

    PROPERTY TRANSFERS

    Special Warranty Deed: Federal National Mortgage Association to Lancer Mastin and Leslie Mastin, 2.0026 acres at 1454 Lower Curry Road, $24,000.

    Steve Snapp and Jo Ann Snapp to Lewis B. Furnish III and Jan T. Furnish, Lewis B. Furnish Jr. and Katie Furnish, Kendall D. Furnish, 120.30 acres in Harrison County, $475.000.

    Jesse Chatman and Georgianna Chatman to Kevin Moore and Janet Moore, Tract 2 - 2.476 acres on Leesburg-Leeslick Road (Ky. 1842), $13,000.

  • Royals trump Breds Friday night

    The Harrison County Thorobreds hosted one of the favorites to win the 10th Region Friday night and Mason County showed one and all why they are rated so highly.  

    In a game where Harrison County never led, Mason County pulled away to an easy 71-51 victory. Easy, not to say the Thorobreds didn’t try hard, but like the Clark County game, they never could get shots to fall early and just kept falling further behind. 

  • Deicing agents hard on plants

    A blanket of snow has the ability to brighten the dreariest of days. And, despite school closures and tricky driving, a snow-covered landscape proves to be quite beautiful. It’s not so bad for the plants either, so don’t be tempted to knock the snow off drooping branches.

    Snow has an insulating effect which is particularly useful when we do have frigid temperatures. Ground level snow will actually protect the roots and crowns of perennial and woody plants, but you may notice a little burn above the snow level when it comes to broadleaf evergreens. 

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, Feb. 18

    Bookmobile. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library Bookmobile will be available Thursday, Feb. 18 at 2:30 p.m. at Edgemont; and from 3-3:30 p.m. in White Oak.

    Harrison County Historical Society will meet Thursday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library Annex.  The program will be the Historical Show and Tell. Attendees are requested to bring in one or more items of interest and tell a little about the items. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.

    FRIDAY, Feb. 19

  • Offer long-lasting Valentine blooms

    Cut flowers are undoubtedly the most popular manifestation of showing your love for someone on Valentine’s Day, but potted flowering plants do the trick, too.  Perhaps the potted bloom has the potential to remind your lover that the sentiment lasts all year… but what does it mean if you can’t get it to bloom again? Is your loved doomed? Of course not, but here are some tips just in case.

    African violets are sweet and have the ability to bloom all year round so consider these as a lasting representation of love. 

  • Berry resident dissatisfied with timing and quality of services

    To the editor:

    I think I speak for most of the residents in Berry.

    During our last two snowfalls, we have had nothing done to our roads. They had school, but some of us had to take our children or grandchildren to the post office and pick them up because the buses could not get up or down some of the streets. I think we have more commissioners than we have streets.

    During last year’s ice storm we were out of electric for two days before we were noticed on Mockingbird Lane. It was very able to see because no one had lights or street lights.