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Today's News

  • Harrison County District Court

    HARRISON DISTRICT COURT

    Judge Jay Delaney

    presiding Nov. 23, 2009

    PROBATE CASES

    Estate of Mary L. Beckley, probate hearing; case transferred to Jefferson County.

    Estate of Raymond N. Crawford, probate hearing; amended petition granted, order entered, copy of will filed for court record.

    Estate of Jimmy D. Gard, probate hearing; will admitted to probate, order entered.

    Estate of Sandra B. Ritchie, probate hearing; will admitted to probate, order entered.

    SMALL CLAIMS

  • Cooking school draws large crowd

    Nearly 700 people attended the Taste of Home Cooking School on Tuesday at Harrison County High School auditorium.

    The Taste of Home nutritionist Dana Elliot prepared seven recipes from the magazines holiday issue.

    The Cynthiana Democrat in partnership with The Cynthiana Lions Club and Ken’s NewMarket brought the show to Cynthiana.

  • Harrison Co. Sheriff's Report

    HARRISON COUNTY

    SHERIFF’S REPORT

    ACCIDENTS

    Dec. 2 at 8:12 p.m. -- non-injury, Silas Pike, David B. Cox, 34, Georgetown, Ky., driving a 2001 Ford F-350 struck a deer.

    Dec. 1 at 8:45 a.m. -- non-injury, US 62 East, Ralph Rhody, 27, Georgetown, Ky., driving a 2001 Toyota Celica.

    Nov. 24 at 12:30 p.m. -- non-injury, US 27 North, Amanda I. Sanders, 22, Berry, driving a 1989 GM Sierra.

    Nov. 27 at 9:40 a.m. -- non-injury, KY 36 East, Donald R. Ritchie, 61, Cynthiana, driving a 2008 Toyota Rav 4.

  • Miller to debut book this weekend

    Nathan Miller began writing when he was little.

    “It was at Eastside Elementary where I first remember putting humorous stories to paper,” Miller said.  “Around third or fourth grade things started to become somewhat sensible, I suppose.”

    Now, years later, one of Miller’s ‘sensible stories’ has made him a published author, a dream of his since he first put pen to paper.

    “I think everyone who likes to read or write at all would like to see their name on a cover,” Miller said.

  • Cynthiana crowd greets annual parade

    The downtown streets of Cynthiana were red and green with Christmas cheer Saturday afternoon.

    The annual Christmas parade featured floats, antique cars and walking groups.

    Mt. Carmel Christian Church was named the overall float winner.

    For photos from Saturday’s parade, see this week’s print edition of The Cynthiana Democrat.

  • Khloe has her freedom

    Until recently Khloe Fryman had no idea what treasures the top of the coffee table held. She couldn’t play with the television buttons like most toddlers or chase her brother down the hall. She didn’t know what it was like to stand on wobbly, tottering legs or to take a first step.

    A tumor on her spine that was discovered shortly after her birth, left the 17-month-old daughter of Ella and Erik Fryman paralyzed from the waist down.

    Khloe never knew what she was missing. She slithered through the house relying only on the strength of her chubby arms.

  • Fillies defeat Bourbon for season’s first win

    The Harrison County Fillies picked up their first victory of the young season with a 57-47 win over Bourbon County Monday night on the Hilltop.   The Fillies improve their season record to 1-1, while Bourbon County drops to 1-2. 

    Bourbon County scored first on a 3-point basket by Sparks, but the Fillies tied it with 5:30 left in the period and at 4:42 left, took a lead on Kaitlin Johnson’s first 3-pointer of the game. 

  • Picking holiday greenery

    Holiday greenery has a history that goes well beyond the Victorian Christmas tree we gather around today. Most of the holiday greenery we use to decorate dates back to the pagan holidays of the Romans and Northern Europeans when certain plants where chosen for their symbolic powers of restoration and protection.

  • Woman’s indictments allege forgery, fraud

    The Harrison County grand jury issued six indictments during its last scheduled session of 2009.

    A Harrison County woman was named in two separate indictments that totalled 11 counts.

    Carrie Seivers, 34, is charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument (eight counts) and persistent felony offender.

    In the second indictment, Seivers is also charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and a second PFO charge.

  • Sports Shorts

    Harrison freshmen runner-up in

    Bourbon tourney

    The Harrison County freshman boys, under the direction of Coach Larry Kendall, finished second Saturday in the Bourbon County Freshman Tourney. 

    Lexington Catholic bested the young Breds in the third game of the day by a 71-46 margin.