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Today's News

  • Camels send Breds to third straight loss

    Malcolm Thomas’ running lay up with 1.8 seconds left fell off the rim and the Harrison County Thorobreds went down to defeat at the hands of the Camels of Campbell County Tuesday night. 

    This was the third straight defeat and the second where Harrison County felt like it should have won. 

    The Breds led at the end of the first quarter after trailing early in the game.  Thomas hit for seven points in the first period as the Breds took a 14-11 lead. 

  • School Menus

    Jan. 25-29

    * 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: Sausage biscuit or cereal, toast and jelly, fruit or juice, variety of milk.

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

    THURSDAY: Sausage gravy and biscuit or cereal, toast and jelly, fruit or juice, variety of milk.

  • Sports Beat

    Indoor track action in full swing

    Harrison County has begun the indoor track season participating in an event at Mason County last Saturday. Caleb Reeder was victorious in the 55 meter hurdles in 09.16 seconds and finished eighth in the 55 meter dash. 

  • Cynthiana Police Report

    CYNTHIANA POLICE DEPARTENT

    Case reports

    Jan. 7 – At 10:16 a.m., police investigated a child endangering case.

    Jan. 7 – At 11:15 p.m., police took a report of fourth degree assault, domestic violence on Pike Street.

    Jan. 8 – At 4:51 p.m., Amber Wilson, Old Lair Road, reported that a package delivered by UPS and left on her porch was stolen. The package contained about $190 worth of clothing from Old Navy.

  • ‘As long as we have breath, our stories can change, too’

    I’m currently reading “A Million Miles in a Thousand Years” by Don Miller.

    He wrote “Blue Like Jazz,” which continues to be the best Christian book I’ve ever read, although not for its literary merit. The book is random and messy, but Miller’s thoughts are raw and profound.

    His new book begins with a movie producer wanting to turn “Blue Like Jazz” into a movie, but he tells Miller that the book as is wouldn’t make a compelling or interesting movie because his real life is boring.

  • Fillies stop losing streak at Deming

    The Harrison County Fillies played Montgomery County last Wednesday, Mason County Saturday and traveled to Deming on Tuesday night as they worked through a busy stretch of the schedule.

    Montgomery County faced a determined Fillies squad who played them tough the entire night.

    In this turnover-plagued game, the heavily favored Lady Indians struggled against the Harrison County zone for the majority of the time.  Harrison trailed by only one at the end of the first period and were still only one down at half 24-23.

  • The last words of Jesus to His church

    God and Jesus will provide whatever is needed for the people who spend eternity in the new heaven and new earth. Rev. 22:1-5  “And he showed me a river of the water of life, clear as crystal, coming from the throne of God and of the Lamb. In the middle of the street and on either side of the river was the tree of life, bearing twelve kinds of fruit, and yielding its fruit every month; and the leaves of the tree were for the healing (or health) of the nations.

  • Thorobreds put Hounds on ice 55-47

    It was cold both inside and outside the gym Saturday night when the Harrison County Thorobreds hosted the Paris Greyhounds. Geoff Cody’s Hounds found the Thorobred defense to be quite a challenge as they hit only 29 percent for the game while Harrison County hit on only 34 percent. 

    The Breds shooting woes were a combination of poor shot selection and the goal seemingly having a lid on it. 

    Paris took an early lead, at one time leading by six, but Harrison County pulled out the win, 55-47.

    See this week's Cynthiana Democrat for more details.

  • Webb back in court

    The man accused of murdering a young Cynthiana mother last summer continues to move through the legal system.

    Bass Webb was back in court Tuesday for a pretrial conference.

    Harrison County Circuit Judge Robert McGinnis scheduled another pretrial conference for March 2.

    Webb is charged with the murder of Bryia Runiewicz on July 31.

  • Delaney to take over circuit court bench

    District Judge Jay Delaney will soon take over the circuit judge seat from Judge Robert McGinnis.

    Gov. Steve Beshear announced the appointment Friday.

    Delaney, who has filed papers to seek the office during the 2010 election, said he hasn’t been told when the baton will pass.

    “I  want to be sure that district court isn’t interrupted,” Delaney said in a telephone interview Monday. “I have a lot to do all of a sudden.”

    Delaney said the appointment will enhance his holidays.