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  • Haydon attends Kubota’s National Dealer meeting

    Joy Haydon from Haydon Equipment Inc. of Cynthiana attended Kubota Tractor Corporation’s 2013 National Dealer Meeting in Memphis, Tenn., joining more than 1,000 Kubota dealers from across the country for an exclusive first look at the latest Kubota product introductions and innovations.

  • BBB warns of Affordable Care scams

     

    Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about an increase in fraudulent activity related to the launch of the Affordable Care Act.  The open enrollment period begins today, October 1, and scammers understand that many Americans are confused about their rights and responsibilities with the new program.

  • Farmers Market hosts first-ever craft fair

    The farmers market was just buzzing with activity Sept. 28.  
    The first-ever craft fair, hosted by the Harrison County Farmer’s Market and the Harrison County Farm Bureau, was well attended throughout the day.
    Local Boy Scout Troop 76 provided a fresh hot breakfast complete with coffee and hot chocolate and provided the visitors to the market with a nice selection of lunch items.
    The weather really played a role in the large number of attendance and with so many vendors, there was something for everyone.

  • Four surgeons join staff at BCH

    Bourbon Community Hospital announces the addition of several surgeons to its Medical Staff.

  • GM brings new Buick models and media event to Harrison County

    Journalists from across the country recently slipped into Cynthiana for an amazing experience as part of the General Motors launch of the 2014 line of Buick vehicles.
    Working with General Motors, The Prizing House, the local reception hall housed in restored tobacco prizing house, hosted waves of journalists for three days.
    Each evening, GM flew a group of 30 journalists into the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

  • Bullard hosts high school students during National Manufacturing Week

    Bullard recently participated in National Manufacturing Week by hosting 19 Harrison County High School students at the company’s manufacturing facility in Cynthiana. Students and instructors, Roger Hurst, Larry Kendall and Allison Earlywine, from the School’s Project Lead the Way program, were given a tour of the facility and hands-on product demonstrations by Bullard’s Director of Manufacturing, Jeff Sneed, along with other Bullard professionals including Scott Dellinger, David Williams, Barry Snapp, Sean Whalen, James Workman, Travis Plumlee and Rob Mundell.

  • Winkle will lead broadcasters in 2015

    Cynthiana broadcaster Chris Winkle, president/CEO of WCYN AM-FM, has been elected chairman-elect of the Kentucky Broadcasters Association for 2014. He will assume the chairman’s role in 2015.  Winkle has served two terms on the board as district 7 radio director and serves on the member services committee. He will be chairman of the organization’s annual conference in 2014 to be held in Lexington.  

  • Caudill donates books to the Licking Valley Campus Appalachian Literature Collection

    In an era when a great deal of published reading material is in an electronic form, the preservation of important printed books and documents  becomes more and more important for the field of research and personal appreciation.
    Cynthiana native, Ann Frye Caudill, worked side by side with her very famous husband, Harry Caudill for all the years he was researching and writing his astonishing series.

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  • The Council’s Neighborhood and Community Centers Change Hours of Operation

    Community Action Council’s Neighborhood and Community Centers will change their hours of operation to 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Council’s child development center hours will remain 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Appointments can be made before or after regular center hours by calling 859-233-4600.
    The change took effect on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013, at all of the following Council locations:
    Cynthiana: 216 Old Lair Rd.
    Paris: 1414 S. Main St.
    Carlisle: 149 Scrub Grass Rd.
    Millersburg: 1113 Main Street.