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Today's News

  • Score 'N' More
  • Lancaster-Feeback exchange vows

    Lindsey Morgan Lancaster and Rees Edward Feeback were united in marriage on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012, at Cynthiana Christian Church with the Dr. Don Graham officiating the ceremony.   Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Prizing House.
    Parents of the bride are Steve and Teresa Lancaster of Cynthiana. Parents of the groom are Eddie and Lisa Feeback of Cynthiana.
    The bride is a 2007 graduate of Harrison County High School and a 2011 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University with a degree in nursing.

  • Keys to a long and successful life
  • Price-Gray to wed Jan. 19

    Megann and Austin Haynes and Kayla and Nick Gray announce the engagement of their parents, LaDonna Marlene Price and Timothy Dean Gray.  
    Price is a graduate of Maysville Community College, earning Associates Degrees in Applied Science, Office Technology as well as in Business Management.  She is employed by the Harrison County Board of Education as an attendance clerk at Northside Elementary.
    Gray is a graduate of Southern Police Institute in Louisville, Ky. He is retired as Chief of Police in Paris, Ky. and serves as a Paris City Commissioner.

  • Johnson- Courtney to marry Feb. 23

    Todd and Darla Johnson, Cynthiana, announces the engagement of their daughter, Kaitlin Ann Johnson, to James Carl Courtney, son of Carl and Tracy Courtney, Cynthiana.
    Johnson is a 2010 graduate of Harrison County High School, a full time teacher education major at Midway College and a full time employee at Verizon Wireless.
    Courtney is a 2006 graduate of Harrison County High School and a full time employee at 3M.

  • Museum Musings

    * Log Cabin, Jan. 14, 1910 -- “At the rink Tuesday night, Mamie Jett was awarded the prize for the best lady skating. There were six young ladies tied for the prize, and Tuesday night, Jett proved the winner. She was presented with a season ticket to the rink.”

  • Flu is here

    Health officials have been warning for months that this year’s flu season was going to pack a wallop.
    And, according to local reports, that season is here.
    Miserable is the first feeling associated with the flu; but more specifically watch for sudden onset of a fever, usually high, headache, fatigue and body aches. Add to that weakness, watery eyes, dry cough, sore throat and you might have the flu. Only your physician can tell you for sure.

  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. march is Monday

    The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration and march in Cynthiana will be held Monday.
    The march will begin at 10 a.m. at Ebenezer United Methodist Church on Locust Street and end at St. James AME Church on Pleasant Street.
    Following the march, a celebration service will be held at St. James with Glenda Greene as the featured speaker. The approximate one-hour service will be followed by a meal of chili, sandwiches, soft drinks and cookies.
    The public is invited to attend.

  • Police capture suspect after foot pursuit

    A Harrison County man faces multiple charges after an early evening attempt to elude police.
    Jeff Davis, 28, has been charged by the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department with first degree fleeing and evading on foot after he allegedly ran from a deputy following a short pursuit through town.
    A call was made to dispatch around 6 p.m., on Saturday, Jan. 12, for a suspicious vehicle on Carl Stevens Road.

  • Case sews up career with Jan. 31 retirement

    Jan. 31 will be the last time Cheryl Case will bear the lengthy title of Harrison County Cooperative Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences, but she vows it will not be the last the community has seen of her.
    After 26 years, Case is retiring.
    “I still love my job and the people I work for,” Case said, noting that her decision to retire was a tough one. “I’m eligible to retire and a still have things I want to do.”