Today's News

  • Forty-two students graduate in MCTC/LVC nursing program

    After the years of following orders, taking homework assignments, shadowing experienced practitioners, the Nursing Class of 2014 took the reins in their hands and planned their Pinning Ceremony.
    This ceremony was filled with symbolic meaning that was both traditional and contemporary with room in the event for innovation as well.
    One of the innovative and impressive parts of the afternoon was the question, “Do I Make You Proud?”

  • FBLA wins awards at state conference

    On April 14-16, the Harrison County ATC Chapter attended the Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference at the Galt House in Louisville, Ky.  The chapter had 12 officers, advisers and members attending.  

  • Graves, Darnell perform in KMEA District 7 All-District Band

    After a three-month delay, the KMEA District 7 All-District Bands finally gave their performance on Saturday, May 3.  
    This clinic and concert was originally scheduled to occur in late January. However, due to the harsh winter and widespread snow, the event was postponed.  
    In addition to the change in date, there was also a change in venue, and a change in conductors.  

  • Harrison Memorial Hospital recognized as Distinguished Community Employer

    In recognition of their outstanding support of employee education, Harrison Memorial Hospital was recently named a Distinguished Community Employer by the Florence Campus of National College.
    HMH is one of the leading medical centers in the Northern Kentucky area. They have proven to be an invaluable partner to the Florence Campus, serving as a clinical site for surgical technology students.

  • HMH Auxiliary holds spring volunteer luncheon, honors program April 22

    The Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) Auxiliary held its annual Spring volunteer luncheon on Tuesday, April 22 with 30 members attending. The featured guest speaker was Dr. Shane Gainey, HMH Family Medicine Physician. He discussed the issues involved with fatigue and how to properly diagnose it.    

  • KCTCS to hold its spring graduation ceremony May 9 at Mason County High School

    The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) will honor more than 7,500 candidates, receiving more than 10,000 credentials, for graduation this spring in ceremonies across the state.
    In addition to the spring graduates, many KCTCS college commencement exercises will also recognize students who have graduated since the May 2013 commencement.
    Commencement ceremonies for 2014 will be held at Maysville Community and Technical College on Friday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mason County High School, 1320 US Hwy. 68, Maysville.

  • AFJROTC Military Ball
  • KCTCS elects new board of regent

    Dr. Angela Fultz of Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) has been elected to fill a vacated faculty position on the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) Board of Regents.

  • Sowder Cattle Company joins American Angus Association membership

    Sowder Cattle Company, Cynthiana, Kentucky, is a new member of the American Angus Association®, reports Bryce Schumann, CEO of the national breed organization headquartered in Saint Joseph, Mo.
    The American Angus Association, with over 24,000 active adult and junior members, is the largest beef breed association in the world. Its computerized records include detailed information on more than 17 million registered Angus.

  • 2013-14 Conservation District annual meeting

    The Harrison County Soil and Water Conservation District held its annual meeting April 25 at the Harrison County Cooperative Extension Office.  The district served as host to nearly 200 people.  
    A free dinner was served consisting of pulled pork and hot dogs cooked by County Judge Alex Barnett, coleslaw, baked beans, chips, and cookies from JJ’s Sweets; all served by the Harrison County Conservation District board supervisors and NRCS officials.