The Licking Valley Business and Professional Women (LVBPW) is seeking nominations for three awards that are given locally and will also be presented to the State.
Local awards will be given during a luncheon held in October 2014.
The three awards are: Woman of Achievement, Woman of the Year, and Business Equity.
The Harrison County Thorobreds soccer team fell to 3-6-1 last Thursday when they lost, 3-0, to Lexington Catholic.
After only trailing 1-nil at the half, the Thorobreds gave up the second goal when the defense let an unmarked player score while the goal was under heavy pressure.
It was only five minutes later that the third goal was scored when a loose ball in front of the net was booted in by a Knight attacker.
The Breds had multiple chances on goal but could not connect.
CYNTHIANA PRESBYTERIAN On Sunday, Sept. 28 at 5:30 p.m., Cynthiana Presbyterian Church will be hosting a potluck supper and entertainment will follow. Astounding us that evening will be Richard Osterlind-Mentalist, entertainer and author. His show is one of the most mystifying, entertaining and up-lifting presentations one can imagine! Everyone is welcome.
The church is located at 103 N. Main St. (across from the library). Parking is in the rear of the church. For more information call the church office at 234-2961.
Despite the 49-7 defeat at the hands of the Mason County Royals (4-0) Friday night, some light could be seen at the end of the tunnel for Harrison County’s football Thorobreds.
After falling behind 21-0 in the first period, the Breds played much more competitively for the rest of the game — especially in the second half.
Mason County’s Rico Hill had a career night. The senior running back scored four times in the first half on running plays for the veteran Mason County line up.