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Today's News

  • This is a baseball community

    Not to take anything away from football, basketball, track, soccer, volleyball, wrestling, archery, fishing, tennis or cheerleading, but this is a baseball community.  
    We are good or have been good and will be good again in the aforementioned sports, but baseball is the sport that dominates our minds and thoughts in Harrison County.  
    This was obvious on Saturday night when the first annual Hall of Fame banquet was held by the Cynthiana/Harrison County Baseball Alumni Association.  

  • Coppage leads Kentucky All Stars to Series win over Tennessee

    Kentucky’s Miss Softball Ashley Coppage was three for six in three games with a walk to lead the Kentucky Senior All Stars to a two-games-to-one series victory over the Tennessee Stars.  
    Tennessee was divided between East and West Stars so the Kentucky girls had to play two times last Wednesday in Murfreesboro and then again the next day in Cookeville against a fresh Tennessee team with 11 Division 1 signees.
    Coppage, who spent last season at first base for the Fillies, played first base in each game for the All Star squad.  

  • Historic Biancke’s will no doubt rebound

    Like most everyone else in Cynthiana, when the news circulated that our beloved Biancke’s Restaurant was on fire, I was deeply saddened.
    I was out of town and unable to see for myself what was going on. However, initial reports were that it would be a total loss.
    When Thursday dawned, however, the future looked much brighter for Mary Todd and the Biancke’s crew.
    By all accounts, Biancke’s front door was like a revolving door of volunteers helping to clean up a mess left by fire, smoke and water.
    It could have been much worse.

  • Baseball Hall of Fame hosts first awards banquet

    What was the dream of a few men became reality Saturday night as the Cynthiana /Harrison County Alumni Association held its first Hall of Fame Banquet.  
    The banquet, which was held at the Harrison County High School cafeteria, feted 15 of the county’s best baseball players in a ceremony that lasted for better than three hours.  
    This was reminiscence of Cynthiana High School and Harrison County High School from before 1919 to the present, with a crowd of more than 100 family, friends and supporters in attendance.  

  • Water Street renamed Louis Stout Way

    By Donald L. Wagoner, 

    President of the Cynthiana High School Alumni Association

  • Rec Department Action
  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, July 4
    Library Closing. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library will be closed Thursday, July 4.

    SUNDAY, July 7
    Fair Gospel Sing. The Harrison County Fair Gospel Sing will be held Sunday, July 7 at 6:30 p.m. at the fair grounds. If interested in singing, call Dawn Arnold at 859-588-0339.

    MONDAY, July 8
    Harrison County Soil and Water Conservation District will be holding their July board meeting on July 8 at 7:30 at 103 Rodgers Park Dr.

    SPECIAL NOTICES

  • Archery winners
  • 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.

  • Central Shaolin Martial Arts