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Today's News

  • Two Berry residents arrested in Pendleton County

    Three law enforcement agencies joined forces last week to serve warrants on 32 people for various drug indictments issued on Pendleton County.

  • Banned from Nicholas County

     

    A Cynthiana woman has been court ordered not to return to Nicholas County and is serving three months in jail following an incident that occurred in Nicholas County last September.

  • Sports beat

    Alumni football coming back
    for second year in April
    Gridiron Alumni has announced that it will be coming back to Kentucky again this year for another series of exciting alumni football.  
    This year on Friday, April 5, the Harrison County alumni will again take on the Bourbon County Pride team. Game time will be released at a later date along with more information about the two teams.  
    The next night, the event travels to Montgomery County where the alumni from Montgomery County and Clark County will do battle.

  • Jody Wachter Memorial Bowling Tournament
  • Heat
  • Law making is like March Madness

    In some ways, the end of a legislative session is not much different from the final weeks of the college basketball season: Both take months of preparation and teamwork to be successful; and both are at their most exciting as the clock winds down.
    That proved to be the case last week as the House and Senate looked for common ground on a wide variety of issues with only a handful of days remaining to meet.

  • Youth Wrestling
  • Sweet Sixteen
  • 2013 Extension Leadership Event is March 18

    The 2013 Extension Leadership Event will take place on Monday, March 18 at Harrison County High School.  Registration will begin at 6 p.m. and dinner will start at 6:30 p.m. Please call the Extension Office no later than noon on March 15 to make your reservations.
    This year’s speaker is Cynthiana’s own Amber Philpott.

  • Thomas to host May DAR meeting

    The Cynthiana Chapter of the DAR met at Wilshires Restaurant, Georgetown, on March 9.
    Regent Melinda Rawlings called the meeting to order and welcomed guest speaker, State Rep. Tom McKee.
    The DAR Ritual, the Pledge of Allegiance, and the American’s Creed were recited.
    Judith Rawlings discussed the Cold Closed Project and informed members that the oldest of closed DAR lines would be reopened to see if proper documentation could be found.
    Melinda Rawlings read the National Defense message and the Conservation Minute.