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Today's News

  • Powdery mildew in the garden

    Powdery mildew is probably the most common garden fungus around. It is not too terribly picky about where it spreads, it likes humid weather, thrives in the heat of the summer and is hard to control once it has started.  
    The trick here is to prevent it from happening by proper plant selection, spacing, pruning and treatment before it spreads.
    Powdery mildew is caused by several different fungi, I won’t bore you with their names because they all act the same way.  

  • Powdery mildew in the garden

    Powdery mildew is probably the most common garden fungus around. It is not too terribly picky about where it spreads, it likes humid weather, thrives in the heat of the summer and is hard to control once it has started.  
    The trick here is to prevent it from happening by proper plant selection, spacing, pruning and treatment before it spreads.
    Powdery mildew is caused by several different fungi, I won’t bore you with their names because they all act the same way.  

  • McDowell Trust
  • OSHA TRAINING

    Thirty-three students at the Harrison County ATC just completed their OSHA Training. Twenty-two earned the OSHA 10-hour for Construction and 11 earned the OSHA 30-hour for Construction.
    The same 11 also earned their First Aid Certification. This was taught as part of the Construction Class at the Harrison County Area Technology Center.
    A donation from the Central KY Antique Machinery Association paid for the cost of the cards for the students. Students were from Harrison, Nicholas and Bourbon counties.

  • It’s Never Too Late! Scott Gray and daughter Autumn Gray Graduate from MCTC Together

    Last month, hundreds of students graduated from Maysville Community and Technical College. Among the sea of faces was a father–daughter duo, Scott and Autumn Gray.
    As his daughter Autumn prepared to begin college, she encouraged her father to go back as well. He was nervous and unsure about being surrounded by young students, but personnel at MCTC encouraged Scott to get started.
    “I remember them telling me, ‘I’m going to let you know right now that you are going to bring something to the table also.’” Scott said.

  • Northside Honor Roll

    NORTHSIDE
    Northside Elementary Honor Roll All Year includes:
    Third Grade
    John Biggs, Morgan Bihl, Preston Cole, Ava Denniston, Branson Fain, Blake Green, Shelbey Huber, Rylee Hudgins, Alana Romero-Lozano, Grayson Nickels, Owen Northcutt, Neil Olmsted, *Barrett Philpot, Dray Roberts, LeLand Rowell, Jacob H. Scott, Savannah Silcox, *Sarah Stump, Marie Thaxton.
    Fourth Grade

  • Week 2 of the Great Museum Treasure Hunt
  • new drivers

    NEW DRIVERS
    Jordan Taylor Jenkins, James Miller, Greyson Schrack, Brittney Ann Worrell, Madison Nicole Johnson, Macy Elizabeth Florence, Nicholas Curtis Toney.

  • Harrison District Court

    HARRISON DISTRICT COURT
    Judge Charles
    W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding May 22, 2017
    FELONY CASES
    Michael K. King, 1985, pretrial conference; guilty plea entered, 180 days probated 2 years with conditions, costs.
    Chad F. Kiskaden, 1981, preliminary hearing; receiving stolen property (firearm), convicted felon in possession of a firearm; waived to grand jury.

  • Rep. Hart tells commission pensions, tax reform will be subject of fall session

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    State Rep. Mark Hart of the 78th House District appeared before the Cynthiana City Commission Tuesday to see if there were issues he might be able to help with in Frankfort.
    Commissioner Lourena Judy asked what was going to happen with employee and teacher pensions.
    Hart said that a special session of the general assembly will be called this fall to concentrate on pensions and tax reform.