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Today's News

  • Harrison Family Court

    Judge Heather Fryman
    presiding Feb. 4, 2015
    CIVIL CASES
    Michael Allen Taylor vs. Casey Elizabeth Trapp, domestic; decree and findings entered.
    Sarah Warmouth vs. Richard Warmouth, domestic; decree to be submitted, findings entered.
    Michael Hayes vs. Leona Bell, motion hour; (motion for restraining order), agreed order submitted.
    Melissa Kay Lea vs. Billy Ray Lea, motion hour; motion withdrawn.
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
    Shelia A. Mattox vs. Josh Michael Taulbee, 1983, domestic violence; EPO is withdrawn without prejudice.

  • Harrison Circuit Court

    Judge Jay Delaney
    presiding Feb. 3, 2015
    CRIMINAL CASES
    Mercedes Clem, 1994, sentencing; theft by unlawful taking (firearm), theft by unlawful taking or disp. controlled substance under $10,000, possession of controlled substance-second degree; 1 1/2 year sentence imposed.
    Melvin Crawford, 1965, sentencing; escape-second degree; 1 year sentence imposed, probation denied.
    Melvin Crawford Jr., 1965, sentencing; 2 counts sexual abuse-first degree (victim under 12 years of age); 6 year sentence imposed, probation denied.

  • Noble ends long career in child care

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Gaye Noble is quick to correct people when they ask if she is retiring from being director of the Cynthiana Baptist Day Care after 20 years. 

    She’s only in her 19th year, she says.

  • Hot diggity dog! Kattleman’s Kreek will re-open Monday

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Hot dog! After a brief closure last August, Paul Haney will re-open a new version Kattleman’s Kreek this Monday which will return the restaurant to its simple, fast-food roots.

  • Cedar Ridge will have 10-year anniversary celebration Feb. 10

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Ten years ago, Trilogy Health Services cut the ribbon on the front doors of the Cedar Ridge Health Campus in Cynthiana. It was one of the first Kentucky campuses that the company began operating and, by any measure, it has been a successful endeavor.

  • Toppled truck closes road for hours

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    New Lair Road was shut down for over seven hours Saturday night when a semi-truck loaded with 3M brand Post-It Notes veered off the side of the road and overturned.

  • Police make arrest in Massey murder

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Lexington police arrested and charged Paris Charles, 59, Tuesday afternoon in connection with the  murder and dismemberment of a former Harrison County resident Goldia Massey.

  • Couple faces 44 trafficking charges

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    Tuesday’s Harrison County grand jury session turned into a marathon as 17 indictments were handed down on nearly 90 charges.

    A $150,000 bond was issued for David Sexton, who has been charged with 29 counts of drug-related offenses.

  • Homecoming Court
  • Breds win, Fillies lose at Pendleton County

    The Harrison County basketball teams traveled to Falmouth Friday to play games with 38th District rival Pendleton County.  
    The Fillies squandered a nine-point, second-half lead losing 51-45 as Pendleton County went on an 11-1 run at the end of the game.
    Harrison County started slowly, falling behind 10-4 early, but rallied to tie the game at 10 each before the Lady Cats took a 15-to-12 lead at the end of the quarter.  
    Senior McKayla Manor made one of her four three-point shots to give her team the lead at the first stop.