Today's News

  • Honor Roll

    The Harrison County Middle School Honor Roll for the third nine weeks includes:
    Sixth Grade - All A’s
    Kendall Box, Katie Coghill, Ava Craig, Emily Crowther, Alec Davisson, Jazmin Dietrich, Jason Gant, Liza Jane Gossett, Hailey Herrington, Madalynn Jones, Amber Kern, Adyson Lakes, Benjamin Lemmings;
    Morgynne Lunsford, Caden Maners, Patrick Marshall, Mary Mastin, Laurel McDaniel, Sara McLoney, Kaylee Brooke Northcutt, Austin Pack, Molly Perkins, Aaron Pickett, Hope Stiltner, Jensen Sullivan, Bryce Zumwalt.
    Sixth Grade - All A/B

  • Scholarships available

    The Harrison County Farm Bureau Board  announces multiple scholarships available through Kentucky Farm Bureau.
    Information and deadlines are:
    • Paul D. Everman Fund for Lifetime Learning: Up to $3,000 scholarship ($250 sent to college each semester), available to non-traditional students (at least 23 years old, pursuing an undergraduate degree). Must be a Kentucky high school graduate (GED accepted), and a member of KY Farm Bureau.  Application post marked by April 24, 2015.

  • Scholarships available

    The Harrison County Soil and Water Conservation District has scholarships available for the 2015-2016 school year. Through the local conservation district office $1,000 scholarships are available to apply for. These scholarships are open to any high school senior or graduate who is a resident of Harrison County and will be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours at a two or four year accredited institution in a conservation, environmental, and/or science program of studies. Applications are due to the conservation district by April 10, 2015.

  • MCTC/LVC and Paris Kiser Extension to hold commencement ceremonies May 11

    Approximately 100 MCTC/Licking Valley Campus and Kiser Extension graduates will wear caps, gowns and tassels on Monday, May 11, at 6:30 p.m. at Harrison County High School Auditorium.   
    In the 25-year history of the Licking Valley Campus, this will be the first year that commencement ceremonies have taken place here in Cynthiana.
    Dr. Stephen Vacik, president of Maysville Community and Technical College announced the change.

  • All girls rec. league ball deemed huge success

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    The first season for Harrison County girls’ recreation league basketball was a groundbreaking success, commented Darrell Baxter, director of Cynthiana-Harrison County Parks and Recreation at its regular board meeting last week.

  • Public meeting scheduled for review of school facilities plan

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Though the Harrison County Schools District Facilities Plan was recently approved by the Kentucky Department of Education and the school board, it’s not likely that any major construction projects will be launched in the near future, according to Harrison County Superintendent Andy Dotson.

  • Cedarbrook neighborhood meeting announced

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    The Harrison County Sanitation District is sponsoring a meeting with residents of the Cedarbrook neighborhood on Saturday, April 25, to complete the next step in the transition from private to public management of its sewer plant.

  • HCHS seniors headed for New York City

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    For the last several months, 34 Harrison County High School seniors have been raising funds in hopes of lowering their senior trip cost.

  • Local talent takes on Romeo and Juliet

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    In just over a month, the Rohs Opera House stage will be the setting for a timeless story of young love ended tragically by a vicious blood feud between two prominent families.

  • $5k Community Fund grants to benefit local projects

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    The Harrison County Community Fund presented $5,000 worth of grant awards to benefit local improvement projects Wednesday afternoon in a conference room at Harrison Memorial Hospital.