Today's News

  • Georgetown College Homecoming
  • A hunting I tried to go

    During the years that I have written this column and broadcast the Saturday radio show, I have been asked by some why I have never talked hunting or fishing.  
    I am going to give some examples of my limited experience with the two and you will be able to decide on your own the reason.
    First, I will discuss fishing, which I have almost no experience in as I have been two or maybe three times.  
    My dad was not a fisherman and may have taken me and my brothers once, but I don’t remember for sure.  

  • Bishop Brossart ends Breds season 9-0 in region opener

    The 38th District champion Harrison County Thorobreds were no match for the runners up of the 37th District. Bishop Brossart defeated the Breds 9-0 Tuesday night in the 10th Region Tournament hosted by Scott High.  
    The loss ended the season for the Breds with a 7-10-1 record while the Mustangs advance to Thursday’s semi finals with a 15-5 mark.  
    Brossart will face Montgomery County (19-2) in the second match Thursday night at 8 p.m.  
    The host Eagles will battle George Rogers Clark in the 6 p.m. match Thursday.

  • Fillies revenge earlier loss by knocking Bourbon out of region

    Sept. 8 was more than a month ago, but the day was fresh on the minds of the Harrison County Fillies since that was the date of their 4-1 loss to the Lady Colonels of Bourbon County.  
    Monday night the chance for revenge was available and the Fillies took advantage by defeating Bourbon County 1-0 in the opener of the 10th Region girls’ soccer tournament.  The loss ended Bourbon County’s season with a 19-4 record.  

  • HCHS JV finishes 6-0 with 41-0 win over Wildcats

    Monday night’s game on Lawson Field at Ingles Stadium saw the Harrison County junior varsity football team complete a perfect season with a 41-0 trouncing of the Pendleton County Wildcats.  
    The Harrison County team will not compete in the conference playoffs though they are the regular season JV champs because they are not playing a freshman schedule.  
    This made the Monday night game the final match up of the season.

  • Volleyball Fillies sweep into district finals

    Led by the powerful kills of senior Amber Darnell, the passing of junior Casey Wallace and the serving of eighth grader Emma Gooden, the Harrison County Fillies defeated Robertson County Tuesday in straight sets. It was the opening match of the 38th District Tournament being held in the Nicholas County gym.  
    The Fillies won 25-9, 25-22 and 25-14 to sweep by the Lady Devils.
    Harrison County jumped out to a big 12-4 lead early in the first set and coasted to the win.  

  • Race for Family Court Judge in the 18th Circuit

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    There were no friendly post-debate handshakes between the candidates for Family Court Judge Tuesday night. The two left the stage in opposite directions after engaging in the most contentious and hard-fought debate of the evening.

  • Score 'N' More
  • Cynthiana Mayor's race

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    Two candidates are going head-to-head in the non-partisan race for Cynthiana’s mayor. They came together Tuesday night for the Tea Party’s candidate debate.

  • Class of 1964 50th Reunion