Today's News

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    April 18 -- At 2:40 p.m., a non-injury accident occurred on US 62 over 3 miles west of the city limits. Amanda Courtney was traveling west behind a farm tractor. She did not see that the tractor was turning left when she attempted to pass. She ran into the side of the tractor.

  • New Drivers

    Jacob Daniel Sanders, Evan Michael Sullivan, Christopher Hernandez Ortiz, Becca Jo Hutchison, Austin Hill, Breanna Rice, Victoria Taylor Switzer, Hunter Michael Butcher, Christopher David Young, Chelsea Lakara Holt, Abby Lauren Sparks, Hunter Taylor Honaker, Elthea Herrington, Morgan Elizabeth Owsley, Savannah Nicole Brock, Andrew Callahan, Normandee Spicer, Hayden Switzer.15

  • Grays observe anniversary with trip out west

    Scott and Debbie Gray celebrated their 25th anniversary with a trip to Grand Canyon and Las Vegas, Nev.
    They were married May 5, 1990, and have two children, Destyni and Autumn Gray.

  • Prepares for tea at Cedar Ridge and Homemakers Day celebration May 8

    The Homemakers Leesburg Club of Harrison County has been learning about ways to make our family’s diets healthy. Super foods, whose nutritional values are very high are beans, greens, blueberries (and other berries), oats, walnuts, yogurt, sweet potatoes and dairy foods.
    Keeping fats and sugars low in the diet is important. In many baked goods one can substitute applesauce for shortening.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Taylor Mackenzie Hatfield, March 21, daughter of Jon and Tonya Hatfield; Mikaylah Pearl Nolan, March 1, daughter of Frank and Brandi Nolan.
    Jim and Donna Roberts have purchased Shady Brook Golf Course in Bourbon County. They also own Hawk’s Nest Bed and Breakfast and Judy’s Flowers and Gifts. Shady Brook is a nine-hole public golf course.
    • Kentucky supplied more than 75,000 soldiers to the U.S. Army during World War I.

  • STLP Competition
  • Kentucky Bancshares, Inc. shares begin trading on OTCQS marketplace

    Kentucky Bancshares, Inc. (OTCQX: KTYB), the bank holding company of Kentucky Bank, has announced that its common stock begins trading on the OTCQX® marketplace, operated by OTC Markets Group. Prior to this, the Company’s shares traded on OTCQB®, the venture marketplace. The Company’s stock symbol, KTYB, remains the same. Investors can find current financial disclosure and Real-Time Level 2 quotes for the Company on www.otcmarkets.com. Raymond James Financial, Inc. serves as the Kentucky Bancshares, Inc. corporate Broker on OTCQX.

  • HMH Obstetrical Department
  • Veteran city clerk honored, Hutchison to take over

    The Cynthiana City Commission voted Tuesday to promote Jamie Hutchison to city clerk.
    Hutchison, who has worked in the clerk’s office for the last 16 years, will assume the position that is being vacated by Charleen McIlvain who is retiring.
    McIlvain, whose last day is Thursday, was honored at the commission meeting for her 28 years of service.
    Commissioner Billy Grayson said he appreciated that McIlvain always went the extra step.

  • FBLA Wins Awards at State Conference