Jobs are once again available for those who are trained and ready to take on new challenges and goals. For a high-wage, high-demand job, candidates today will want to be up-to-date with their skills and training.
Just in time to answer this need, MCTC/Licking Valley Campus is now offering a diploma for industrial maintenance technician.
A Cynthiana woman died Thursday after her car ran off the road and struck an embankment.
Sharri J. Kroh, 45, died from injuries sustained in the accident shortly after arriving at Harrison Memorial Hospital, according to the accident report filed by Deputy Joe Daniel of the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office.
The accident occurred at 5:17 p.m. Thursday on U.S. 27 North, one mile north of Cynthiana. Kroh was on her way to Walmart, according to the report. Kroh arrived at HMH at 5:37 p.m. Daniel was notified of Kroh’s death at 6:25 p.m.
Two new Cynthiana police officers were sworn in at the Tuesday, June 9, meeting of the Cynthiana City Commission. Michael Coppage, a certified police officer from Cynthiana, who is coming back home, repeated the oath of office with City Attorney John Lair. Vance Meighan of Bath County, will be going through extensive training at the police academy at Eastern Kentucky University.