Today's News

  • Fifth Graders learn “Recipes For Life”
  • News Briefs

    Entrepreneur Fair Nov. 17 at Harrison Square
    On Nov. 17, the entrepreneurship students will be hosting an entrepreneur fair showcasing all of their businesses.
    At Harrison Area Technical Center (ATC) there is a business class called Entrepreneurship. With the assistance of the HEAT team, each student learns how to start a business and they are provided with financial support to actually start the business.  

  • Church Briefs


    Then God spoke saying, “Invest your time, your money, and your talents into bringing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the people of Harrison County, Kentucky.” With that charge from heaven’s throne, on Oct. 9, 1818 a group of Methodists launched the ministry that has grown into First United Methodist Church.

  • In humility, that’s where the hating stops

    One of my favorite writers, Anne Lamott, recently posted on Facebook that she’s always wanted to write a book called, “All the People I Still Hate: A Christian Perspective.”
    That makes me laugh.
    This woman is a mess and has wonky theology, but she’s honest about her flaws and knows that it’s the blood of Jesus that “saves a wretch like me.”
    She wrote that she knows Christians aren’t supposed to hate, because hate is ugly and diminishes the soul of the hater.

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, Nov. 8
    Berry City Commission will meet Thursday, Nov. 8  at 7 p.m., at Berry City Hall. The meetings are open to the public.

    FRIDAY, Nov. 9
    Veterans Day Program. The AJROTC of Harrison County High School will be hosting a Veterans Day Program on Friday, Nov. 9 at 9 a.m. in the high school auditorium. All veterans are welcome to attend and asked to check in the high school library prior to the program by no later than 8:45 a.m.

  • Football and Top 10s

    The Thorobreds played a better-than-I-thought East Carter team last Friday and came out with a hard-fought 12-6 win to advance to this Friday when they host Paul Blazer of Ashland.  
    The Tomcats are 10-1 and are rated third in 4A. Tough task. Here is how we can win or at least give a good accounting for ourselves.  
    First, about East Carter.  Their No. 3, Eric Carter, ran like a man possessed Friday night and was very difficult to tackle.

  • Cheerleader of the Week
  • KFB Player of the Week
  • Sports Beats

    Tristan Mitchell wins Tri-State Golf Classic Saturday
    Harrison County golfer Tristan Mitchell competed in the Tri-State Golf Classic last Saturday in Florence Kentucky and finished in first place.  
    The Harrison Middle School student and HCHS golfer played on the World of Golf Course in Boone County and shot a winning 76 (37-39).  Mitchell competed with 19 other golfers in the contest.

    Cheerleaders third in Region competition, advance to Lexington, Saturday

  • Fillies basketball looking forward to good season despite much tougher schedule

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    Coach Kim Marshall knows that cupcakes only fatten you and certainly do not make you tougher.  This relates to the basketball schedule facing the Fillies for the 2018-19 season. 
    Gone are the Augusta and St. Pat’s of the world.  In their place stands Ballard in Louisville, West Jessamine in Nicholasville, Lexington Catholic in Lexington as well as Cooper, Lafayette and Madison Central on the Hilltop.