Local News

  • Christmas parade is Friday night at 7 p.m.

    Becky Barnes,

    “It’s going to be the biggest yet,” said Tomi Jean Clifford of Friday’s Christmas parade.
     So big, in fact, that a new route had to be created.
    Clifford said the parade out-grew the River Road set up area and moved last year to Flat Run Park. However, a mid-parade train passing through Cynthiana caused delays.
    Clifford is trying to avoid all of that this year.

  • Shawhan shooting leads to arrest

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer

    A potentially volatile situation ended with no injuries on Tuesday morning when members of the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department and the Kentucky State Police peacefully ended an hour-long armed standoff with a Harrison County man on Shawhan Road.
    Patrick Sturgill, 50, allegedly fired five shots from a hand gun at Crystal Kelley as she was leaving Sturgill’s home on Shawhan Road.

  • Havilandsville Painting
  • Clothing Closet Holiday closure

    Harrison County Clothing Closet
    holiday closing
    The Harrison County Clothing Closet, located at 202 W. Pleasant St., will be closed Dec. 6-Jan. 1.
    Bins will not be open for donations during holiday closings.
    Please hold donations and do not place bags outside bins or on the sidewalk. In an emergency call 859-588-0929 or 588-3115 and leave a message.

  • Tom Leach, “The Voice of the Wildcats”

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer

    A small-town boy from neighboring Paris, Ky., has achieved his childhood dream and followed in the footsteps of the legendary Cawood Ledford and  his successor, Ralph Hacker, to become the “Voice of the Wildcats,” but has not forgotten his roots.
    Tom Leach, the radio play-by-play announcer for the University of Kentucky Wildcat’s basketball and football teams, began his career following the Bourbon County Colonels and the Paris Greyhounds.

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  • Help for meth users and what to look for

    Narconon New Life Retreat  (Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation and Education) wants everyone to be aware of the following signs when it comes to methamphetamine addiction: Hyperactivity, insomnia, weight loss, and tooth decay.
    Report suspicious activity to law enforcement officials and keep your loved ones safe from the dangers of meth addiction.
    To learn more about meth addiction, visit: www.narcononnewliferetreat.org/drug-abuse-information/signs-of-methamphe....

  • Socks for Troops being collected in Cynthiana

    Shoe Sensation in Cynthiana will be a local drop off for Socks for Troops through Dec. 24.
    Donations should be new socks. Socks are available at the store or may be brought in from other locations as long as they are new socks.
    Cynthiana’s Shoe Sensation will have information about where socks will be delivered.

  • Auditions for RTC’s spring production

    Auditions for Rohs Theatre Company’s production of You Can’t Take it With You, will be Sunday, Dec. 10, from 2-5 p.m. and Monday, Dec. 11, from 6-8 p.m.
    Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. All are invited.
    Production dates for the spring production will be, April 20, 21, 22 and 27, 28, 29, 2018.
    If you have questions, please leave message on the RTC Facebook page for Becky Smith, the director.

  • LVS choir auditions Dec. 5, 10

    Auditions for the Licking Valley Singers Community Choir’s spring session will be held Dec. 5 and 10. LV Singers meet at MCTC/LVC on Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The spring session begins Jan. 11. The spring session present music from pop, folk, Broadway, film and TV.
    For more information or to schedule an audition time, call Karen Bear at 234-4393 or email: rubybear@bellsouth.net.