Local News

  • Howard makes hole in one at CCC

    Golfer Ryan Howard shot his first hole in one at the Cynthiana Country Club Thursday afternoon.
    Howard, 21, finished his 9-hole round with a 34 after acing hole 8.
    He made the 150-yard shot with a nine iron.
    “At first I thought naw that didn’t go in and then when I saw it in the hole I just started shaking,” Howard said.
    His witness on the Par 3 shot was fellow golfer Jason Works.

  • News briefs

    Harrison County to exhibit piece of World Trade Center Saturday

    Through the efforts of the Harrison County Fire Protection District, Harrison County will be receiving a piece of the  World Trade Center that was destroyed on Sept. 11, 2001, in a terrorist attack on the United States.

  • Teens injured in Wednesday wreck on KY 982

    Officials say speed was the main contributing factor for an afternoon wreck which sent three young men to the hospital.
    A call was made to dispatch around 12:55 p.m. Wednesday, June 8, in regards to a single vehicle injury accident on KY 982 west.
    Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputies Nathan Olin and Steve McCauley arrived on the scene approximately 10 minutes after the time of the wreck.

  • County’s bridge bidding process questioned by contractor, attorney

    Attorney Jessie Melcher was present at the June 14 Harrison County Fiscal Court meeting on behalf of Jerry Bacon and RRC Company.
    In question was the procedure the Harrison County Fiscal Court took in awarding bids for the construction of Hill Road bridge and Waits Road bridge.
    Bacon, on behalf of RRC Company, submitted a bid for installing both bridges along with bid winner E&H Bridges/Ron’s Concrete.

  • City project attracts those seeking city beautification

    A Cynthiana Commissioner’s project may prove to be the opportunity for a cleaner and healthier looking Cynthiana.
    Commissioner of Finance Billy Grayson is pushing for everyone to do their part in the community that will aid in restoring her natural beauty.
    “It is the smallest and simplest things that really make a difference,” said Grayson. “Most people won’t notice the good changes around town, but they will notice the ones that go unattended.”

  • Spruce Drive man shoots to break up fight

    The stillness of the early morning hours was shattered by shots ringing out on Spruce Drive on Thursday, June 9.
    Cynthiana Police arrested John Mallory, 51, of 170 Spruce Drive, about 1:30 a.m. after receiving a call for a fight in progress involving a weapon that had been fired multiple times.
    Ptls. Michael Lyons and Michael Kiskaden arrived at the Spruce Drive location just after 1 a.m. and were told that Mallory had fired two shots into the air.

  • Jewelry heist still being investigated

    A criminal complaint is being sought against a woman who police consider “a person of interest” in the theft of jewelry from the home of Dr. and Mrs. Don Stephens.
    Police were contacted June 4 about 3:30 p.m. by Sonia Stephens regarding the theft of her jewelry, which included her wedding band.
    Cynthiana Police Cpl. Walter Tapp said he was able to recover two rings from the Old Time Pawn Shop on Pike Street, which is where the suspect told police she took the jewelry.
    However, other pieces of Stephens’ collection have not been located.

  • Adelphos quartet sings at Legends game

    Dr. Stephen Besson of Cynthiana was joined by Jerry Wise, David Crutchfield and Bart Rogers, who are all members of Adelphos quartet, to sing the National Anthem at a Legends game.

  • Car wash raises funds for Champions

    An 18th Judicial District Drug Court fund raiser was held to help raise money for Champions for a Drug Free Harrison County. Karen Adams, right, representing Champions, received the check from Christina Hoots, left, and Kristina Cummings, center. The 18th Judicial District includes Harrison, Nicholas, Pendleton and Robertson counties.

  • Dog dipping day

    Harrison County Fiscal Court sponsored a dog dipping/rabies vaccination day at Cynthiana Southern States on Saturday, June 11. Magistrate Jeff Brunker helped Jake, a golden retriever, get his dip.  Brunker also helped a Yorkie named Harmony. The Harrison County Flora Shrophire Animal Shelter received $235 in donations. There were also four animals adopted. Walmart, KC Provisions and Ken’s NewMarket provided refreshments for the event.