A burst water line in the kitchen of Kattlemen’s Kreek, formerly the Valley Restaurant, may have saved the restaurant from a potentially catastrophic fire that broke out at in the building at approximately 3:30 a.m. Friday morning.
Those looking about for evidence of modern day miracles need look no further than the “Garden of Eden” small group ministry of the Cynthiana Christian Church. The story behind the accomplishments of this dedicated group of volunteers is as close as anyone can come to a contemporary tale of the loaves and fishes.
Heather Fryman, an attorney residing in Harrison County, Ky., filed a letter of intent with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance announcing her intent to begin activities related to the 2014 election for Family Court Judge in the 18th Judicial Circuit.
A hazy cloud of uncertainty continues to lurk over the Senior Citizen’s Center as the Commission on Aging looks to other groups for relief.
A certain displeasured look fell upon the faces of the Commission on Aging board members as they were briefed on the little to no advancement of finding a new company to assume all responsibility of the center.
Westside kindergarten students Daniel Hanson and Jacob Elligson looking into the boys’ bathroom with apprehension. Harrison County’s schools opened to students on Tuesday, Aug. 13. School officials said enrollment appeared to be up at the elementary schools.
Former University of Kentucky basketball coach Joe B. Hall will be honored in his native Cynthiana when a new U.S. 27 bridge is dedicated in his name – the Joe B. Hall Bridge – on Friday, Aug. 23 at 5:30 p.m. at the bridge.