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By Nancy Deitemeyer
Omega chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met on Thursday, March 13, at the home of Barbara Snopek.
The January and February meetings were cancelled due to extreme weather.
Twelve members answered roll call by answering the question “What have you enjoyed about this winter?” Some members actually found positive answers to this, most enjoying the snow.
Though she admits it’s a little weird, middle school music teacher Julie Lucky said that she looks over the “On the Record” section of the Cynthiana Democrat every week to see if any of her former band students show up there.
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Births announced this week are: Madison Renae Ward, March 19, daughter of John and Ann Ward.
Harrison County to start drug court. Drug courts are special courts offering substance abuse treatment as an alternative to jail time for non-violent criminal offenders. This will in the long run prove more cost effective to the county and aid in cutting down on crime. The real purpose of a drug court is to treat addicts and make them productive members of society.
It is rare for the Harrison County Thorobreds to lose two games in a row, but that is exactly what happened in the first two nights of the Harrison Memorial Hospital/McDonald’s Classic on Thursday and Friday.
The Harrison County tennis team played host to Mason County and George Rogers Clark Saturday on the Hilltop.
The Breds lost 1-4 to George Rogers Clark and 1-4 to Mason County as both opponents were veteran experienced teams.
Jacob Markley was the only winner for the Thorobreds defeating Laz Wilkerson in the George Rogers Clark match 6-2, 7-5.
Boston Pergram dropped his match to Colby Becker, 0-6, 0-6, while Matt Seevers lost to Max Halfeb, 2-6, 2-6.
The Harrison County Fillies took advantage of timely hitting, some Fleming County wildness and some good pitching to defeat the Lady Panthers 9-5 in Flemingsburg Tuesday night.
The game was played on a rough infield as the recent rain left many central Kentucky fields water logged.
The home-standing Lady Panthers struck first against Harrison County starter and winning pitcher Bailey Conley. They scored twice in the first inning.
In some ways, the end of a legislative session is not much different from the beginning, since the House and Senate take both opportunities to publicly highlight their priorities in the hopes of turning them into law.