Today's News

  • Soybean acres will increase in Harrison County

    This year we will see a dramatic increase in soybean acreage in Harrison County. There is no set of planting practices suited for all situations. Each location, year and set of growing conditions will alter planting recommendations. Planting date, planting depth inoculation, seeding rate and row width must be adjusted for specific conditions and taken into consideration for other production practices.

  • Hall-Berry plan July wedding

    Jillian Rose Hall of Cynthiana, daughter of Ronnie Hall of Mt. Sterling, Ky. and Andrea Hughes of Georgetown, Ky., and Edward Colten ‘Coty’ Berry of Cynthiana, son of the late Edward Berry of Berry, Ky. and Jennifer Roberts of Cynthiana, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.
    Hall is a 2010 Harrison County High School graduate and is a sophomore at Maysville Community and Technical College studying Office Technology.
    Berry is a 2009 Harrison County High School graduate and is employed by Toyota of Georgetown, Ky.

  • Community baby shower planned

    A community baby shower is an event for expectant parents and for parents to children birth through age 3. It combines training and informational booths, cake, punch and free prizes.
    The first annual Harrison County Community Baby Shower will be held April 21 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Westside Elementary School. You must attend the entire session to be eligible to win door prizes.
    Car seat checks will be provided before and after the shower as well as a booth that can be visited.
    Events will include:
    • Registration from 4:30-4:45 p.m.

  • Homemakers hosts 4th annual tea party at Cynthiana nursing homes

    Harrison County Homemakers look to add smiles to nursing home residents with Hawaiian-themed tea parties.
    “This makes the fourth year that we have hosted tea parties at the nursing homes,” said Cheryl Case, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Science. “We see it as a way to honor those who dedicated their life to their families and treat them to an hour of old-fashioned tradition.”

  • There are two sides to the Cynthiana by-pass issue

    I have mixed emotions about the by-pass around Cynthiana that’s set to get underway this summer.
    I can see the benefits for those who commute north and south to work and school. When you talk about spending two hours of your day on the road, cutting out 10 or 15 minutes of one-way drive time would be a big deal.


  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .

  • Davisson presents program at Women’s Club meeting

    The Women’s Club of Harrison County had their meeting at the Harrison County Country Club on April 9. The Pledge to the Flag was led by Virgie Wells, club president.
    The blessing and Spiritual Values was given by Zenoa McCauley.
    In the absence of Bonnie Teater, Wells introduced Susan Davisson. Her program was ‘Jewelry be the Spoonful.’ She showed jewelry she had made out of silverplated spoons, forks, bracelets, rings and pendants.
    The club welcomed three guests, Susan Davisson’s mother Sandy Zumwalt, Judy Judy and Etta Donahue.


    * If you are reading this, you surely have some interest in this community and its history. Hopefully, you are well aware of the Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum located on South Walnut Street in the old Rohs Theatre Building. How many small communities have two thriving theatre buildings?