Local News

  • Segway funding in place for Cynthiana Police Department

    Soon a new type of patrol will be moving through the streets and sidewalks of Cynthiana.
    It was announced at Tuesday’s Cynthiana City Commission that funding has been received to make the Segway project a reality.
    Ptl. Nathan Linville began seeking donations for the project less than two months ago. The cost for each unit is about $7,700.
    Pledges as of Tuesday amounted to $7,320.
    Initially, Linville said he would like to be able to get two units for Cynthiana.

  • Avi’s Ovenart is going to the dogs

    A local baker will turn his attention from tasty sweet treats to table food for man’s best friend.
    Avi Bear, owner of Avi’s Ovenart, has brought joy to nearly every local occasion with his rich, creamy desserts for the past several years.
    However, Bear’s talent and passion for cooking some of the most sought after deserts can no longer be limited to  just humans.

  • City gives EDA director 60-day contract

    Ousted Economic Development Authority executive director Darlene Bussell was given a 60-day reprieve at Tuesday’s Cynthiana City Commission.
    The Harrison County Fiscal Court voted on June 11 to end its contract with Bussell as the EDA director.
    However, on Tuesday, following a 90-minute closed session, the commission agreed to continue to pay Bussell’s salary at her current rate.
    Prior to the executive session, Mayor Steve Moses allowed visitors to speak on Bussell’s behalf.

  • Hearing set to decide Brown contempt

    A hearing will be held Thursday, July 25, in U.S. District Bankruptcy Court to determine if Brenda Kay Brown should be held in contempt of court.
    According to court documents, Brown, who is the estranged wife of Cynthiana businessman and former mayor James Brown, will have to show cause as to why she should not be held in contempt for failure to comply with courts orders to return estate property that she had allegedly taken and to determine sanctions for failing to comply with the court orders.

  • Directors needed for upcoming plays

    The harriCYN Community Theatre is now seeking directors and plays for its upcoming 2014 season.  If you are a director and would like to direct a play in our community,  please submit a detailed proposal to direct to the harriCYN Community Theatre by emailing harricyn@yahoo.com.

  • Students get extra day of summer Classes begin Aug. 13

    Harrison County students will have an additional day added to their summer break as the start day is pushed back to Tuesday, Aug. 13.
    According to Harrison County Assistant Superintendent David Case, the school board has agreed to move the student start-back date to Aug. 13.
    Case explained the reason for changing the date was to allow teachers to have additional time to complete mandatory learning hours before school starts.

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  • Water Street renamed Louis Stout Way

    By Donald L. Wagoner, 

    President of the Cynthiana High School Alumni Association

  • 9/11 memorial going up

    Charlie Schroeder gives instructions to an employee. Schroeder is the lead builder for the 911 memorial that will display a metal beam from the World Trade Center on the old Courthouse lawn. Donations are still needed in order to complete the projects. More information can be found by contacting the Harrison County Fire Tax District.