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  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding Dec. 19, 2011
    FELONY CASES
    Cory True, 1990, motion hour; criminal possession forged instrument-second degree - (amended), guilty plea entered, 180 days, court costs; receiving stolen property under $500 - guilty plea entered, 180 days, court costs, fees waived.
    Robert D. Alexander, 1980, preliminary hearing; criminal possession forged instrument-second degree; (amended), guilty plea entered, 90 days, probated, costs.
    Chelsey L. Durbin, 1991, other hearing; bound over to Circuit Court.

  • Harrison County Family Court

    Judge Barbara Paul
    presiding Dec. 21, 2011
    CIVIL CASES
    Carla Jade Conner vs. Christopher Lewis Fulz, motion hour; agreed order of support entered.
    Jennifer Sue Varney vs. Russell Grover Galbreath, motion hour; (motion for child support), agreed order of support entered.
    Allena Elizabeth Kiskaden vs. Jeffrey Allen Hendren, motion hour; remand from active docket upon motion, paying as ordered by wage assignment, judgment and repayment of arrears order entered.
    Amber Shadd vs. Shaun Shadd, motion hour; order for medical support entered.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Dec. 22 – At 12:02 p.m., Chuck Morris of Chuck’s Garage reported the theft of a Floux meter, valued at $400.
    Dec. 22 – At 3:30 p.m., Bobby Shirley reported that his property at 106 Oddville Ave. had been broken into. Several chain saws, weed eaters and desk top computer were taken. Also, one of Shirley’s Volvo station wagons was started, rammed into another car and then attempted to be driven through a storage building.
    Dec. 21 – At 5:57 p.m., Melissa Koutz reported that she had been harassed.

  • Binomial System names plant species

    Most of us are not fluent in Latin so distinguishing between an Aesculus parviflora and an Aesculus pavia may take some extra effort. Throw hybrids and cultivars into the mix and our plant choices may increase with our confusion.  
    Categorizing plants is both scientifically and commercially important.

  • 2011 State Fair
  • CSP ranking period cut-off is Jan. 13

    USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) announces that the ranking period cut-off date for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) is Jan. 13, 2012. Producers interested in CSP should submit applications to their local NRCS office by the deadline so that their applications can be considered during the first ranking period of 2012.
    The CSP is a voluntary program that encourages agricultural and forestry producers to address resource concerns by: undertaking additional conservation activities; and improving and maintaining existing conservation systems.

  • Snowy roads should indicate that drivers need to slow down

    With winter finally here, and with that I mean snow, vehicle accidents will surely be on the rise.
    According to local law enforcement, as of Tuesday, over 10 reported wrecks have occurred in Cynthiana and Harrison County this month.
    Aside from contributing factors related to the beginning of the year such as rushing to company New Year’s Eve parties, one factor seems to have spiked the sudden number of wrecks... snow.

  • School Menus

    Jan. 9-13
    * Menus subject to change due to weather and delivery.
    BREAKFAST
    ST. EDWARD SCHOOL
    MONDAY: Cereal choice, biscuits and jelly or yogurt, fruit, juice choices, choice of milk.
    TUESDAY: Pancakes and bacon or cereal or yogurt, fruit, juice choices, choice of milk.
    WEDNESDAY: Scrambled eggs w/sausage patties and toast or cereal or yogurt, fruit, juice choices, choice of milk.
    THURSDAY: Toasted cheese sandwich or cereal or yogurt, fruit, juice choices, choice of milk.

  • HIP assists private landowners with wildlife management

    About 95 percent of the land in Kentucky is privately owned. To successfully manage our wildlife resources, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources works cooperatively with Kentucky’s private landowners.

  • Built for great things

    Last month my husband and I went to Charlotte, N.C., one of our favorite cities.
    We stayed uptown — which I would call downtown, but what do I know? — right in the middle of all the tall buildings and skyscrapers.
    I have a confession to make. I love buildings. I mean, I love, l-o-v-e buildings, like chocoholics love chocolate and pie-aholics love pie. Well, maybe not that much, but I love architecture and design, Gothic arches and flying buttresses.