Today's News

  • Parade is cancelled

    Not once but twice in the same year the Christmas parade had to be cancelled due to inclement weather.  

    According to Pat Grenier, Chamber director, too many entries had cancelled to continue with plans for the Dec. 14 event. 

  • Single mothers computer maintenance event to be held Dec. 14

    Christmas is supposed to be a time of great joy and excitement for you and your children. The last thing that you need to worry about is your slow, virus-infected computer.    If you’re a single mother, we will be performing basic maintenance on your computer, completely free of charge.   On Dec. 14, between 12 and 4 p.m., bring your desktop computer or laptop to 104 Court St. in Cynthiana, Ky.

  • Madison Central out scraps Breds for Monday win 77-72
  • Sports This Week

    Fillies Basketball
    Wednesday 12-11  Williamstown (H)  6-7:30 p.m.
    Saturday     12-14   Dixie Heights (A) 4:30 p.m.
    Thorobreds Basketball
    Friday         12-13  Cov. Holy Cross (A) 6-7:30 p.m.
    Saturday     12-14   St. Henry  (A)  4:30-6 p.m.
    Saturday     12-14   Johnson City Duals (A) 9 a.m.

  • Fillies gut out road win at Nicholas County

    “It was a gut check for the other girls with Jordan (Doram) hobbled and they came through with a good effort,” surmised Coach Kim Furnish after the Fillies’ 60-52 win at Nicholas County Monday night. “We showed more poise and confidence in the second half when we really needed it.”
    Senior center Jordan Doram led the Fillies to a 30-24 halftime lead with a splendid 21-point, 10-rebound first half performance.  

  • Jenkins resigns as Fillies soccer coach after nine seasons

    Harrison County is looking for a girl’s soccer coach following the resignation of head Coach Kim Jenkins after nine seasons at the helm of the Fillies.  
    Jenkins’ varsity tenure came after 16 years at the Harrison County Middle School.  
    Her overall record with the Fillies is 75-77-20 having won the last two district championships and finishing runners up in other seasons.  
    Jenkins notified her team of the decision late last week after careful consideration.  

  • College and NFL officials worry me

    Before I get into my thought for the week I want to congratulate the Scott County Cardinals, Head Coach Jim McKee and assistant coach Doug Hampton.  
    What a thrill it has to be for Jim to coach his oldest son and Doug his grandson to a state football championship.  The entire Hampton, Palmer and McKee families must be as proud as they can be.
    I have watched more college and professional football in the past few days than usual due to Patti being out of town (no supervision) and the lousy weather keeping me inside.  

  • Sports beat

    Recreation Department taking
    basketball sign ups
    Darrell Baxter, director of the Cynthiana/Harrison County Parks and Recreation Department, has announced that basketball sign ups are being taken for several age groups.  
    Plans are for Parks and Recreation to form leagues for adults as well as middle school and high school intramural leagues. Interested parties can sign up daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Recreation office at City Hall gym. Any questions call Baxter at 859-298-5113.

    Harrison Select Volleyball Club

  • Property Transfers

    Quit Claim Deed: Barry K. Martin and Sharon Martin (deceased) to Barry K. Martin, property at 2722 New Lair Road.
    Sole Ownership-Cash Deed for Kentucky: Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to William Ware, property at 461 Pughs Ferry Road, $23,000.
    Sole Ownership-Cash Deed for Kentucky: Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Beyond All Limits, LLC, property at 57 Daisy Court (Lot 13 - Block A - Unit 1 - Cedar Brook Subdivision), $30,200.

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Dec. 2, 2013
    Estate of Linda Boyle, probate hearing; order entered, bond approved.
    McKinleys Auto Mart vs. Rachel Kiskaden, other hearing; order entered.
    Michael E. Martin, 1988, other hearing; apply bond to fine and costs.
    Edwin D. Cummins, 1976, probation revocation hearing; now in compliance, motion withdrawn.
    David W. Harmon, 1979, probation revocation hearing; admission, 60 days, balance probated.