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  • Legends’ caravan has Cynthiana stop

    The Lexington Legends’ annual pre-season caravan will stop in Cynthiana Tuesday, Jan. 31, as the team prepares for the 2012 season. The Legends, a class A affiliate of the Houston Astros, are members of the South Atlantic League.
    Legends baseball will be featured on WCYN’s Coffee Break,” 8-9 a.m. with host Doug Miller. The program will broadcast live from Biancke’s, 102 S. Main St., Cynthiana.

  • County considers criteria for bidding process

    Specifications are still up in the air for the county farm bidding process.
    Magistrate Bradley Copes, who serves as the farm facility committee chairman, informed the court that certain “specs,” would have to be outlined in the leasing agreement for the county farm in order to preserve its current condition.
    “The farm has been well cared for in the past few years and the last thing we want is for it to be mistreated,” said Copes. “We need to have a little say as to what can be grown there in order to keep it in its current state.”

  • Juveniles flee court appearance

    Two juveniles were given additional charges after they attempted to run from police following an afternoon court session at the Harrison County Justice Center on Wednesday, Jan. 11..
    According to Ptl. Jeff Thomas of the Cynthiana Police Department, two juveniles are now being held at the Campbell County Juvenile Detention Center after they ran from outside the court room.

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  • Donations requested for fire district 9/11 monument

    The Harrison County Fire Tax District plans to display a Twin Tower’s artifact with a monument on the courthouse lawn.
    It will be 11 years this September since the dreadful day in United States history when terrorism found its way onto American soil. Through donations, an artifact will be displayed to ensure the moment when time stood still is never forgotten.
    In September 2009, Harrison County Fire Protection District Board treasurer David Mahorney was informed of an opportunity to obtain a piece of steel recovered from the remains of the World Trade Centers.

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    Nominations needed for Chamber Awards Banquet

  • Webb murder trial moved to Falmouth

    Harrison Circuit Judge Jay Delaney ruled Wednesday afternoon that the Bass Webb murder trial will be conducted in Pendleton Circuit Court in Falmouth.
    Delaney had ordered in December that the trial site be moved because of pre-trial publicity which had contaminated the jury pool in Harrison County.
    A conference call scheduled for Friday morning will determine the trial date which is expected to be in July. Commonwealth Attorney Douglas Miller said that five weeks will be allocated for the trial.

  • Food Lion to close doors

      Harrison County grocery buyers will have one less shopping option after January.  Delhaize America, parent company of Food Lion, has announced the closure of 126 stores across the Southeast.  
        Food Lion stores account for 113 of the closures with Bloom and Bottom Dollar Food stores making up the balance.

  • Martin Luther King Jr. March
  • Burgans to run bowling alley

    The local bowling alley may be well on its way to returning to the glory days with local bowling lovers calling the shots now.
    Galactic Alley, formally known as Bel-Aire Lanes, has seen its share of ups and downs over the years. However, none could compare to the alley’s doors being closed for what was thought to be forever in April 2011.
    Galactic Alley was officially shutdown after the bowling leagues completed their season in April 2011 and previous owner Norm Wilson signed the property over to First Federal Bank in Lexington.