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Today's News

  • HCHS track and field holds awards program

    The Harrison County High School Track and Field teams held their annual post season awards banquet Saturday at the County Extension Office.  The afternoon was started with a delicious pot luck lunch with the boosters providing the meat and drink and the attendees bringing in different dishes to compliment the meal.  

  • I have no mixed emotions

    Often times when there is an article written about some one making a tough decision you see that they did such and such with “mixed emotions.” Well, I hardly ever have mixed emotions and I certainly didn’t when I saw the final results of the NBA playoffs or the Indiana/Kentucky high school all star series. The results please me greatly in the NBA and, believe it or not, did not please me in the annual All Star series.  
    I rarely watch the NBA. In fact I saw one complete game this year on television and none in person.

  • Sports beat

    Three Harrison County baseball players
    selected for All Star play, two named All State
    Senior John King, Junior Robbie Stroub and Sophomore Gus Garrison have been selected for the East/West All Stars. The games will be held at Bryan Station High School in Lexington on Wednesday along with individual work outs for college scouts. The players were voted to represent their class in school by the 10th Region coaches. King is not likely to attend since he has already signed to play college ball for Cumberland College next fall.

  • Score 'N' More
  • Parade planned for Fabulous Fourth celebration

    By Kayla Pickrell, Intern
    Independence Day is a day to celebrate the United States’ freedom from Great Britain, and Harrison County is doing just that by creating the First Annual “Pride in Our Community” Parade on July 4.
    Sponsored by the Harrison County Fair, the parade will begin at 4 p.m. at Flat Run Veterans Park and circle back just in time for the Fabulous Fourth Celebration at 5 p.m. and fireworks at dusk.

  • Honor Roll

    The Westside Elementary Honor Roll for the fourth nine weeks includes:
    Third Grade - All A’s
    Alaina Coppage, Gracie Davis, Scooter House, Jonathan Knapp, Adelyn Petty, Cody Robinson, K.J. Schaum, Reece Shirley, Billie Turner, Caroline VanHook, Lily Winkle.
    Third Grade - A/B Honor
    Christopher Barnett, Jaelyn Camacho, Haley Hayes, Journee Levi, Titan Mastin, Morgan Mink, Leyden Nelson, Paige Owens, Nicole Richards, Sara Sampley, Ty Singer, Hannah Stefanic, Tristen Tichenor, Maddox Williams, Emma Withers.

  • Honor Roll

    The Harrison County Middle School Honor Roll for the fourth nine weeks includes:
    Sixth Grade - All A’s
    Miranda Barnes, Autumn Burgan, Macie Clough, Will Darnell,  Madelynn Denniston, Wilson Duckworth, Jakob Furnish, Nathan Graves, Eli Hargett, Kortney Harney,  Bailey Holbert, Alexis Jones;
    Colton Kendall, Cameron Kinsey, Will Lucky, Anna Midden, Addison Moore, Kelsea Northcutt, Gracie Perraut, Casey Sledd, Devin Stamper, Katie Stonich, Miracle Switzer, Erin Thomas, Jaydy Torres, Kayla Whalen, Katie Wood.
    Sixth Grade - A/B Honor

  • Head Start Celebration
  • Harrison County students awarded Farm Bureau scholarships

    Joshua Dillon Pulliam, Audrey Michelle Ramsey, and Alexander Lynn Barnett, all seniors at Harrison County High School, are the recipients of a $1,000 college scholarship from Harrison County Farm Bureau. Erin Michelle Bradford received a $1,000 college scholarship for the Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation.  

  • Academic briefs

    McVEY
    Cynthiana student Allison McVey was awarded a Master of Education from Lipscomb University at the conclusion of the spring semester 2014.
    McVey, a graduate from Cynthiana, studied Instructional Practice and has completed all the credits necessary to graduate, said university President L. Randolph Lowry.
    The May 3 commencement ceremony marked the largest graduating class in Lipscomb’s history as the university awarded 659 degrees.

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