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  • Kentucky Blood Center issues emergency appeal

    The Kentucky Blood Center is issuing an emergency appeal for blood donors due to a swift decline in donations and a winter storm warning projected to cripple the blood supply.

     Weather has already forced the cancellation of multiple blood drives in the past 10 days, causing 350 pints of blood to go uncollected. Transfusions have outpaced blood donations by more than 250 pints in the past 72 hours at hospitals served by KBC.

  • Investigations need public assistance

    The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office needs the public’s help regarding several investigations.

    A burglary on Stratton Road in the Robinson area has the sheriff’s office looking for a slender white male with shoulder-length brown/grey hair in his 40’s, driving a black 1990’s Chevrolet 4x4. Det. Paul Olin said the suspect allegedly took property from a residence two weeks ago.

  • Academic Briefs

    HATFIELD

    The Dean for Academic Affairs at Alice Lloyd College has named Lauren Margaret Hatfield, a pre-pharmacy junior, to the Distinguished Deans List. In order to be honored for this achievement, a student must maintain a grade point average of 3.8 or above.

    Lauren is the daughter of Myron and Joyce Hatfield, formally of Cynthiana. She is the granddaughter of Lula C. Thomas and Betty Hatfield of Cynthiana.

    HIGH SCHOOL

    HONORS BAND CLINIC

  • Kentucky Medication Aide course offered during night class at MCTC-LVC

    Beginning Feb. 10, 2009, the Licking Valley Campus of Maysville Community & Technical College will be offering a Kentucky Medication Aide Course for Certified Nursing Assistants.  Though this is not a new class offering at LVC, exciting changes have been made to make this class readily available to those seeking certification.

  • Harrison County Middle School Honor Roll

    HCMS HONOR ROLL

    The Harrison County Middle School Honor Roll for the second nine weeks includes:

    Sixth Grade

    All As

    Jacob Barnes, Brandon Bentley, Chelsie Best, Sarah Besson, Wylie Caudill, Kimberly Chesnut, Kaelin Collard, Autumn Gray, Whitney Gray, Jazzy Gross, Raejean Hurst, Kellsie Kennedy, Kinsey King, Alex Kinsey, Gus Madsen, Nate Moore, Casey Newcomb, Andrew Norfleet, Ethan Rognstad, Alycia Schaum, Aaron Tackett, Hannah Thomas, Jeremy Ward, Hope Warner, Miranda Wiglesworth, Amber Willis.

    A/B Honor

  • St. Edward Honor Roll

    The St. Edward Honor Roll for the second grading period includes:

    Second Grade

    Kyle Barnes, John Schreiber, Clay Furnish, Grace Simpson

    B.U.G. Second Grade

    Clay Furnish

    Third Grade

    Dillon Gasser, Sydney Perraut, Jacob Walker, Kory Beth Whitehead

    B.U.G. Third Grade

    Dillon Gasser, Jacob Walker, Kory Beth Whitehead

    Fourth Grade

    Drew Furnish, Hayden Switzer, Alexis Lanza*

    Fourth Grade School Honors

    Alexis Lanza   

  • Faith Baptist honors founding members

    Faith Baptist Church recently celebrated their 50th year since organization on New Year’s Eve, 1959. Three of the original 21 members have been a part of the church since its founding. Pictured below are Mrs. Norma Chamberlin, Pastor Ray Chamberlin and Mrs. Neva Lanning.

  • All that jazz...

    “Now roll the head...”

    It was Jenny Terhune’s success with Jazzercise that convinced her to buy the Cynthiana chain.

    “I’m a success story,” she said.

    An active member of Jazzercise and Weight Watchers, Terhune lost 45 pounds.

    “The first time I went to Jazzercise, I was hooked,” she said. “It’s fun. The hour flies by and you got a good workout.”

  • Commission proceeds with Westside Redevelopment Project

    Resolutions regarding the Westside Redevelopment Project were passed by commissioners at Tuesday evening’s city commission meeting, allowing progress to be made to the proposed Mill Street makeover.

    Bryan Kirby, owner of CEDA-WJL Associates, updated commissioners on the progress of the project, which has been on the city’s agenda for several years.

    “This is a true redevelopment of this particular piece of the westside neighborhood,” said Kirby.

  • 302 BGE customers still in the dark

    According to the latest figures from Blue Grass Energy,  302 Harrison County customers remain without power.

    The figures are as of 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5.

    “We are on track to have restoration complete by this weekend,” said Cathryn Gibson, vice president of member services. 

     As of 10 a.m. today, about 660 members remain without power, she said.