Jordan Doram, a senior at Harrison County High School, is also dual enrolled at MCTC/Licking Valley Campus.
She has already successfully completed 15 credit hours on the Hilltop, and she is planning to transfer these credits to a four-year university.
Doram said she focused on getting college started so that when she goes to a university she will be able to take the classes she needs in her major.
It is her plan to major in a field that will enable her to work in the field of athletic training. She hopes to play college basketball as well.
Private Morgan Florence a 2013 graduate from Harrison County High School graduated Marine Corps Boot Camp on Feb. 14. She will be departing for Marine Combat Training in Camp Lejuene, N.C. this weekend where she will be one of the first groups of females to attend Infantry Training Battalion School. After completion she will be training to become a motor transportation and vehicle repair specialist.
I have my orders placed for onion sets and seed potatoes along with some of my favorite summer crops that will be directly seeded in the garden once the temperatures really warm … I can barely stand the wait.
I have just seeded out several trays of early season vegetables that like a cool start to the season. Kale, broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts are just beginning to push through the light potting mix.
My set up is not elaborate; it basically consists of a kit that includes a plastic dome that fits over a seed tray and pan.
* Cynthiana Democrat, Nov. 6, 1969 -- “Looking Back” by Mary Renaker - As we think of Cynthiana now and Cynthiana in the Twenties, we miss two of the busy centers then; the Crown Jewel and Crescent Milling Companies. The Crescent Mill was located just where Southern States stands. The Crown Jewel was back of what is now Harrison Motor. At this season of the year just after threshing time, farmers were hauling in wheat to be sold or exchanged for flour, which was made at both mills.
10 years ago . . .
Births announced this week are: Ty’niah Da’Shae Perez, Feb. 6, daughter of Tracey Gross and Paul Perez; Isaiah Edward Thompson, Feb. 17, son of Ashley Soard and Derik Thompson.
The Harrison Square branch of Fifth-Third Bank will be closing its doors. The branch will relocate to a new facility across the road on US 27 South. Construction is expected to begin in the spring of 2005. The new building will contain 4,000 square feet with a full service banking center and safety deposit boxes.
Greg and Diana Shirley of Cynthiana, Ky., announce the engagement of their daughter, Samantha Lee Shirley, to Jonathan Louis Furnish, son of Linda B. Furnish of Cynthiana and the late George Michael Furnish.
BThe Harrison County Fillies laid it all on the line Thursday night but came up a little short. The Fillies lost a double overtime thriller to the Nicholas County Lady Jackets in the finals of the 38th District basketball tournament.
Harrison County played the game from the start without starting forward Taylor Reffett, who was out with concussion-like symptoms, and then lost shooting guard Chelsea Ingram with two seconds gone in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury.
The medical report is not meant to take away from the game that was played.
On Saturday, Feb. 8, the Kentucky Music Educators Association (KMEA) wrapped up its annual conference with performances given by the All-State Bands and Orchestras.
Harrison County High School senior Luke Graves participated in the performance of the All-State Symphonic Band, the state’s top student ensemble.