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Today's News

  • Intern joins Democrat staff

    A summer intern has joined the staff of The Cynthiana Democrat.
    Kristie Hamon, 21, of Frankfort will be working with the news department for the next 10 weeks.
    Hamon is a senior at Eastern Kentucky University where she is a journalism major with a psychology minor.
    She is residing in Frankfort with her family and will be commuting to Cynthiana for the summer.

  • Judge breaks tie vote on construction bid issue

    The Harrison County Judge-Executive was called upon to vote due to a split between the magistrates for allowing an outside business to reconstruct a county road.
    Bids for the reconstruction of Nebo Road, which will be done using state funding, were heard Tuesday night during the second May fiscal court meeting.

  • Business owners respond to smoking ban proposal

    By Kristie Hamon, Summer intern
    A proposed smoking ban brought two Cynthiana business owners to the podium during Tuesday’s Cynthiana City Commission meeting.
    Avi Bear, the head of planning and zoning and owner of Avi’s Oven Art, said he is all for banning smoking in public but said it was important to define what ‘public’ includes.

  • Missing man found in Ohio

    A Harrison County man has been located in another state after his family reported him missing on Thursday, May 17.
    According to the Harrison County Sheriff’s report, Richard Eugene Cain, 64, was reported missing last Thursday after he failed to return home.
    “A missing person report was filed by Cain’s wife, Peggy, on Thursday,” said Harrison County Deputy Robert Peak. “Deputy Kreer took the report around 9 p.m. that night when Cain failed to return home from his daughter’s house in Florence.”

  • Phillips celebrate 65th year together

    John and Emma Phillips  celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary May 23, 2012. The couple, from Lees Lick have lived in Cynthiana their whole lives.

  • Northcutt-Philpot announce May 26 wedding

    Emily Beth Northcutt of Cynthiana, Ky. and Kyle Warren Philpot of Berry, Ky., announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.
    Northcutt is the daughter of Benjamin and Mattie Northcutt of Cynthiana, and is a 2012 graduate of Morehead State University with a Bachelors in Elementary Education.
    Philpot is the son of Kenneth and Linda Philpot of Berry, and is a 2010 graduate of the University of Northwestern Ohio with an Associate of Applied Sciences in Automotive and Diesel Technology. He is employed at Mechanic Masters in Paris, Ky.

  • Whitaker-Lanway to marry May 26

    Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lanway of Bardstown, Ky., announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Katherine, to Matthew Glen Whitaker, son of Glen and Vicki Whitaker, Port Charlotte, Fla., formerly of Cynthiana, Ky.
    Lanway is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, College of Dentistry. She lives and works in Lexington.
    Whitaker, a Murray State University graduate, also lives and works in Lexington.
    The wedding will take place at My Old Kentucky Home in Bardstown on May 26, 2012. Invitations have been sent.

  • CLARIFICATION

    In a Planning and Zoning story from last week’s Cynthiana Democrat, it was indicated that five acres would be required for all buildable lots in the county. However, the 5-acre requirement in the proposed P&Z regulations is for agriculturally zoned properties only.

  • Reunions

    NORTHCUTT
    The Northcutt family reunion will be held Sunday, June 3 at the Curry fellowship building on Upper Curry Road beginning at 12:30 p.m. Everyone welcome and should bring a dish to share.

    DAILEY
    The Dailey family reunion will be at 11 a.m. June 10 at the Harrison County High School Cafeteria. Bring favorite foods and drinks. Plates, nakins, utensils, cups and ice will be provided. For any questions or directions call Harlene Welch at 234-3402.

    RUDDLES MILLS
    CONSOLIDATED

  • Free fishing weekend June 2-3

    Kentucky’s Free Fishing Weekend, which began more than 30 years ago, offers youngsters and families an opportunity to try fishing at no cost on June 2-3.
    All anglers, both youngsters and adults, may fish without a license those two days. However, all anglers must still observe minimum size limits and creel limits.
    At several locations around the state, Kentucky Fish and Wildlife has partnered with sportsmen’s clubs, parks departments or other government agencies to provide a variety of fishing events and activities for new anglers.