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  • A special guest appearance on the Hilltop

    Many may have thought the Harrison County Marching Thorobreds were getting an early start to this year’s marching season, but not so, said director John Merz.  
    The sounds coming from the Hilltop last week did indeed belong to a marching group, but in this case, it was the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps, a world class marching unit from Canton, Ohio.  
    The corps arrived Friday around 2 a.m., and, after being welcomed to the Hilltop by Merz, slept in the middle school gymnasium.  

  • Biancke's Restaurant suffers extensive fire damage

    City of Cynthiana firefighters were dispatched at 2:42 p.m. Wednesday afternoon when a fire broke out at Biancke's Restaurant at 102 S. Main Street. The third dining room on the ground floor and the upstairs apartment appeared to have received extensive damage, according to witnesses. This photo of the second floor of the building was taken from Pleasant Street near the Shell Apple Market.

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  • Four hurt in KY 36 W wreck Friday

    The Harrison County Sheriff’s Department is still investigating a single vehicle accident on KY 36 W that led to four individuals being airlifted to University of Kentucky Medical Center.
    According to Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy Dean Hutchinson, a call was made to dispatch on Friday, June 14, at 11:29 p.m., for a single vehicle accident with injuries on KY 36 W just over three miles from town.

  • Grant, budget open for inspection

    Community Action Council for Lexington-Fayette, Bourbon, Harrison and Nicholas counties announces that its 2013-2014 Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) Plan and Budget Proposal is available for public review. The plan reflects assessment of low-income community needs and the Council’s CSBG budget for July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014 as well as projected outcomes for the same period.

  • Board says no to Steele reinstatement

    Cynthiana-Harrison County Parks and Recreation Department have officially announced the resignation of director Brad Steele.
    After three months of employment as the first director of the newly vamped Cynthiana-Harrison County Parks and Recreation, Steele turned in his letter of resignation during a special meeting held on Wednesday, June 12 after having announced his intent to resign at the county judge’s office on Tuesday, June 11.

  • Ambassadors prepare for three-week European tour

    The opportunity of a life-time has come at a young age for three Harrison County teens as they prepare for a summer in Europe.
    Hannah Duncan, 13, and Alan Cabrera, 14, and Lauren Clarke, 16, are soon to embark on a trip that most have only seen in their dreams as the middle students will leave on June 28 and Clarke will leave June 25 to spend three weeks touring Europe and becoming more culturally diverse.

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