Today's News

  • HCMS bands receive distinguished ratings

    The Harrison County Middle School 7th and 8th Grade Bands performed at Singletary Center for the Arts in Lexington, Ky. on March 13 for the 7th District Kentucky Music Educator’s Band Assessment. This 96 member ensemble performed Too Beautiful for Words by Rob Grice and The Secrets of McDougal’s Cave by Ed Huckeby.
    The ensemble received two Distinguished and one Distinguish plus rating from their adjudicators.
    The band is under the direction of Julie Lucky.

  • Triple Crown registration

    Earth Day 5K - Special awards to the top overall male and female winners. Awards to all finishers.
    Early registration is $20 by April 12. Late registration is $25 for everyone. Shirts while they last for late registrants. Size is not guaranteed.
    • Earth Day Race Day registration and packet pick-up will be held at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Airport, 582 Airfield Lane Main Street beginning at 8 a.m.

  • Firefighter faces heroin charges in N. Ky.

    A Harrison County man faces out-of-county drug charges after being arrested by Alexandria Police for possession of heroin.

    The number of charges are beginning to add up against Anthony Carson, 27, after he was booked on April 4, and lodged in Campbell County Detention Center for multiple drug related charges.

  • Making the Grade


    “I never thought in my wildest dreams I’d be a teacher,” said Shelley Slade.

  • Singers to perform ‘On Broadway’

    The Licking Valley Singers will open their spring concert “On Broadway.”

    The musical celebration of Broadway hits will be presented at the Cynthiana Baptist Church Friday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, April 21, at 2 p.m.

  • Donkey ball returns to the Hilltop

    The Harrison County Middle School FFA chapter is bringing back donkey basketball.

    In an effort to help fund the HCMS FFA chapter, the four-legged stubborn critters will once again make their way onto the court for an evening of fun and semi competitiveness.

  • City supports parking on portion of Church St.


    Look for changes ahead in the section of Church Street between Bridge and Pike streets.

  • Robertses open collision repair shop

    When Cynthiana’s newest auto body repair shop opened and had its ribbon cutting last week, owner Greg Roberts said it was a dream come true.

    Roberts, who has 25 years of experience in auto body/collision repair, said he enjoys serving the public and looks forward to that side of his business.

  • Judges agree heroin is quickly becoming drug of choice

    A special Champions community meeting was held Monday at the Cynthiana Christian Church with local judges discussing the ever-growing drug problems in Cynthiana and Harrison County.

    Retired Judge David Melcher served as moderator presenting topics for discussion to each of the presiding judges: Jay Delaney (circuit court), Barbara Paul (family court), and Bill Kuster (district court).

  • Counselor hopes to help others find sense of peace

    Vickie Whalen hopes to help others find the same kind of joy she has through offering new pastorale counseling.

    Despite the general, popular feeling toward counseling, Whalen is certain that everyone needs some kind of counseling in their daily lives.