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Today's News

  • Former Falmouth police chief arrested

    Attorney General Jack Conway announced Wednesday the indictment and arrest of Mark Lane Posey, Cynthiana, former chief of police in Falmouth, following an investigation by Attorney General Conway’s Department of Criminal Investigations (DCI).  

    Posey was Chief of Police from March 2008 until his resignation Feb. 5, 2015.   

  • 58th Lions Club Auction begins Monday

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    On Monday, March 30, auctioneers and pseudo auctioneers will take to the airwaves for the 58th annual Lions Club Radio Auction.

  • Squatter arrested after jumping from second story window

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    A 35-year-old Cynthiana man was taken into custody Friday night after he leaped from a second story window to avoid police.

  • Domestic disturbance ends with boyfriend stabbed, girlfriend in jail

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    A Cynthiana man was found lying in “puddles of blood” outside a Millcrest Court apartment last Thursday and his girlfriend is now in jail.

  • Mike Sosbe Construction rejuvenates downtown store fronts

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer
    Three historic store front properties on Pike and Walnut streets are getting long overdue facelifts thanks to a new owner, Mike Sosbe, who declared that the properties have stood vacant for far too long.
    Sosbe, owner of Mike Sosbe Construction, is one of the new people who are working to improve the economic viability of Cynthiana’s historic commercial district.

  • Chamber winner: Malones choose to be farming family

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    In hindsight, Mike Malone figures that his decision to resign from Harrison County Rural Electric and dedicate himself full-time to farming could be seen as “going out on a ledge,” but in 2002, there was no way he could do both. 

  • School board: Last day for students is tentatively set for June 5

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Barring any last resurgence of winter weather, the last day for Harrison County schools is June 5, Facilities Director Robert Switzer said at the regular meeting of the school board Tuesday night.

  • Community Calendar 4-2-15

    THURSDAY, April 2
    Bake Sale.
    Thursday, April 2 at 10:30 a.m. in the Harrison Memorial Hospital cafeteria. Sponsored by the HMH Auxiliary.

    FRIDAY, April 3
    The Harrison County Health Department
    will close at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, April 3 for Good Friday.

  • Church News 4-2-15

    ODDVILLE UNITED
    METHODIST

    Oddville United Methodist Church will be having a one night revival on Saturday, April 18.
    The Rev. Adam Gulley will bring the message. Gulley is the pastor of Nepton United Methodist Church. There will also be special music by soloists Dawn Arnold and Jimmy Caskey. Come join us and see what the Lord can do. Revival starts at 6 p.m.
    For more information contact Pastor Megan Reed at 859-588-0609.

    WAREAGLE MINISTRIES

  • The joyful promise of the Resurrection

    We welcome the arrival of spring. Sunshine encourages our hearts after 2015’s winter snowfalls. Colorful carpets of daffodils and tulips brighten the Central Kentucky pre-Easter landscape. Inhale deeply, exhale slowly the refreshing newness of spring.
    One of the objectives of writing articles for the Cynthiana / Harrison County Ministerial Association includes letting the community get to know the members. Communication through reflective writing fills the bill.