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Today's News

  • Sunday liquor sales gets city go-ahead

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    Residents and visitors in Cynthiana will soon be able to purchase alcoholic beverages on  Sundays.
    The Cynthiana City Commission voted Monday night during a special meeting to allow liquor-by-the-drink and package sales on Sundays.
    A public forum preceded the commission’s vote on an ordinance that would allow the Sunday liquor sales.
    Over 100 people attended the forum, which was held at the Extension office.

  • Rod Run’s Bike Night is Saturday

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    The first of three 2017 Cynthiana Rod Run events will be held this weekend in downtown Cynthiana.
    The second annual Bike Night will take place on Saturday afternoon and evening, July 22, beginning at 4 p.m.
    “Last year we had about 70 bikes registered, but it was kind of a rainy day,” said Cynthiana Main Street director Stephanie Burden. “This year we are expecting 200 bikes or so, maybe more.”

  • Odeith to start Hall mural this week

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    Portuguese artist Sergio Odeith is scheduled to get started with the Joe B. Hall mural today, Thursday, July 20.
    Hall, a 1948 graduate of Cynthiana High School, succeeded the legendary Adolph Rupp as the head coach of the Wildcats and led UK to the 1978 national championship.
    The Hall mural will be completed on the north-facing wall of the Masonic Lodge building (the old C&W Key Market) on the east side of Main Street.

  • Treasures of the earth

    Taylor Cusick,
    Summer intern
    tcusick@cynthianademocrat.com

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, odds are you’ve noticed troves of people moving through downtown on the hunt for artistically altered chunks of Earth.
    Cynthiana has been taken over by a craze that is sweeping across towns throughout the country. The painting, hiding and finding of rocks. Kids, teens and adults alike have all taken to the craze and one pass through downtown will prove it.

  • Harp takes over helm at Southside Elementary

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    After five years as an assistant principal at Harrison County Middle School, Todd Harp will succeed Steven Fowler and become the head principal at Southside Elementary School for the coming 2017-18 school year.

  • Harrison County grand jury issues 13 indictments, jury trials set for Oct. 26

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    Eleven of the 13 defendants who were indicted by a Harrison County grand jury on July 6, entered not guilty pleas in Harrison Circuit Court on Tuesday.
    As of presstime, warrants for the arrest of two of the subjects who were indicted had not been served.
    Jury trials were set for Oct. 26 during their formal arraignments.
    Indictments were issued to the following:

  • Cynthiana makes it ...

    Taylor Cusick,
    Summer intern
    tcusick@cynthianademocrat.com

    Cynthiana is a beacon of industry within the state of Kentucky. Odds are, people see products made in Cynthiana everyday and don’t even realize. One such product made on Ladish Road might even be hauling your trash away in the morning.

  • Traffic concerns raised at Tuesday’s commission meeting

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    A Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy asked the Cynthiana City Commission to look into options to slow traffic on Bridge Street.
    Dean Hutchison, who lives on Bridge Street at the Bridge and Webster intersection, said a traffic hazard exists.
    “It’s like a wild West when I’m  not there,” Hutchison said  of how his sheriff’s vehicle helps to curtail some of the reckless driving.

  • Harrison Circuit Court

    HARRISON CIRCUIT COURT
    Judge Jay Delaney
    presiding July 18, 2017
    CRIMINAL CASES
    Erike Berry, 1980, pretrial conference; burglary-second  degree, theft by unlawful taking under $500; guilty plea entered, 5 year sentence imposed, probation denied.
    Mercedes Clem, 1994, pretrial conference; theft of identity of another without consent - guilty plea entered, sentencing date set; persistent felony offender-second degree - dismiss.

  • Harrison County Family Court

    HARRISON FAMILY COURT
    Judge Heather Fryman
    presiding July 19, 2017
    CIVIL CASES
    Megan Harney vs. Kevin Harney, review; proof presented on compliance, closed.
    Sandra L. Lawal vs. Ibraheem B. Lawal, domestic; default granted.
    Rebecca Joan McKenzie vs. Troy McKenzie, motion hour; motion withdrawn, re-docket if needed.
    Sara Beth Hutchison vs. Kenneth Reed Wilson, motion hour; agreed order entered.
    Robert Lynn Bates vs. Ashley Nicole Woolums, domestic; agreed order to continue entered.