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Today's News

  • Sports this week

    Sept. 3-9

    Golf
    Wednesday, Sept. 3, Fillies at Pendleton County
    Thursday, Sept. 4, Fillies vs. Montgomery County (Home)
    Saturday, Sept. 6, Thorobreds at Montgomery County Tournament
    Monday, Sept. 8, Thorobreds at CKC Tournament at Mt. Sterling
    Tuesday, Sept. 9, Thorobreds at Bourbon County

    Fillies soccer
    Wednesday, Sept. 3, vs. St. Patrick (Home)
    Monday, Sept. 8, at Bourbon County

    Breds soccer
    Thursday, Sept. 4, vs. Franklin County (Home)

  • Cross country competes in two meets last week

    Last Monday, the Harrison County High School and Middle School cross country teams ran at Pendleton County in a four-team meet.  
    The meet consisted of Augusta, Nicholas County, the host Pendleton County and Harrison County.  
    Pendleton County won the boys’ and girls’ high school meets while Harrison County’s Middle School boys won the middle school meet.  
    The girls finished in 13, Abby Cooper; 15, Tamara Lunsford; and 19, Chelsea Bowman in the 21-runner meet.  

  • CERTS training to begin Sept. 18

    The Community Emergency Response Team (CERTS) has scheduled training sessions to register, recruit and train volunteers to assist in times of crisis, for Sept. 18 at 6 p.m. in the commissioners’ room at Cynthiana City Hall.

    Training will be held on Thursdays from 6-8 p.m. on Sept. 18 and 25, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, and Nov. 6.

  • Kearns remembered as excellent student, athlete

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Sheriff’s deputies are still investigating the cause of a wreck that claimed the life of a Cynthiana man early Sunday morning.

  • Handgun found in high school student’s car

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    It has been confirmed through the Cynthiana Police Department that an unloaded handgun was found on Harrison County High School property last Thursday.

  • I might worry too much

    I wanted to write about the golf weekend at Perry Park, but I learned that just as with Las Vegas, what happens at Perry Park stays at Perry Park.  
    Let me just say that I was disappointed in how visitors to the three golf courses take care of the course.  
    It concerns me that Americans have gotten so lazy that they cannot pick up after themselves, but I guess looking at the sides of the road in Harrison County I should not be surprised.  

  • Sports beat

    Youth football and cheerleading
    sign-ups to begin
    The Harrison County youth football and cheerleading sign-ups will begin Aug. 21 at the concession stand at Ingles Stadium. The sign-ups will be held Monday through Thursday from 5-6 p.m., rain or shine.
    Football will be Flag (Lower and Upper).
    Cheerleading is for Pre-K through sixth grade.

  • BONDED

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    When 13-year-old Madeline Sparks and her horse, Emmit, cross the finish line in her first trail-riding endurance competition in Tennessee on Saturday, Sept. 13, it will be more than a personal victory. It will also be in memory of her grandmother and an honor to others who are battling breast cancer in their lives.

  • Fillies win first set, lose match to Villa Madonna

    Coach Bill Faulkner noted before the season started that his scheduling was a little off when he scheduled Lexington Christian, Villa Madonna and Campbell County for three straight matches beginning with the Lady Eagles last Tuesday.  
    However, his young Fillies volleyball squad put a scare into the Blue Lightning of Villa Madonna Thursday when they rolled to a 25-20 win in the first set.  
    The Fillies did this though they did not serve particularly well during the set.  

  • Thorobreds drop home opener and Thursday road game to Cardinals

    The Harrison County Thorobreds soccer team dropped to 0-3-1 last week as they lost twice to the Cardinals.  
    Tuesday night’s home opener with the George Rogers Clark Cardinals started well as Logan Wiley’s goal with about 10 minutes played put the Thorobreds on top 1-nil.  
    George Rogers Clark, with some physical play, scored twice before the half for a 2-1 lead after the first 40 minutes.  
    It took only 49 seconds into the second half for Wiley to put his second goal into the net with an assist from Brock Jenkins.