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Today's News

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Nov. 1 – At 7:03 p.m., Kendra McElfresh, US 62 East, reported that the car door had been pried open.
     Nov. 1 – At 7:50 p.m., Handsome Tolliver, Elm Street, reported that an argument had taken place in front of their house. There was no physical contact.

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, Dec. 1
    Women’s Book Group. Thursday, Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. Will discuss favorite books of 2011 and have a potluck. They do not have to be books discussed in the group.
    FRIDAY, Dec. 2

  • Barnes’ project featured in KFB ag science display

    Kyle Barnes was among the 11 students selected from across the state to display an agriculture science project at this week’s Kentucky Farm Bureau annual meeting in Louisville.
    Barnes, a fifth grade student from Cynthiana, exhibited a project called “Alfalfa vs. Grass Hay.” This experiment explored a horse’s taste preferences of two types of hay.
    His winning project was awarded $75.00 and a certificate of recognition for his participation at the state level.

  • P&Z commission hosts training workshop

  • Hospice changing staff caseloads to increase availability of nurses to patients, families

    Hospice of the Bluegrass announces that it is changing staff caseloads to increase the availability of nurses to patients and families. This move will create 10-12 additional nursing positions by early next year. Unfortunately, the move will mean the elimination of up to 20 social work positions across the state in Hospice’s 32 county service area.

  • Academic briefs

    Logan Baarlaer, son of Joseph and Melissa Baarlaer of Berry, Ky., has earned first honors for the first quarter at Covington Latin School.

  • Jury selection to continue through next week

    The evidence portion of Bass Webb’s murder trial is not expected to get underway until Monday, Dec. 12.
    Individual voir dire, or jury selection, will continue through Friday, Dec. 9, in closed session. Each potential juror is being interviewed separately.
    Judge Jay Delaney ordered that the voir dire be closed as well as a daubert hearing that was to be on Wednesday that was moved to Friday afternoon. The daubert hearing will determine if evidence that is to be presented during trial is scientifically reliable.

  • Breds open season with narrow defeat at Simon Kenton

    Senior Cody Chambers couldn’t miss Tuesday night as his 23-point effort led the Simon Kenton Pioneers to a tight 63-61 win over the Harrison County Thorobreds in Independence.  
    Despite the fact that the Breds shifted the defense to Chambers’ side of the floor he still made contested shots that led to a 40-32 halftime advantage for the home team.
    The second half saw the Breds switch to a match up zone playing much tougher defense causing the Pioneers to become very deliberate taking only close-in shots.  

  • Tucker named Harrison Co. High wrestling coach

    Gene Bartow, Joe B. Hall and Mike Davis have nothing on Luke Tucker. Each of them were chosen to follow a legend in coaching when they assumed their respective jobs at UCLA, Kentucky, Indiana and Harrison County.  
    Tucker was named this week to succeed Russ Riegel as head coach of the Harrison County Wrestling Thorobreds. No one is more appreciative of his position than Tucker.  

  • Football winding down, it’s a good thing for some

    At the end of this week, high school football will wrap up another season and the only local team left is Jim McKee’s Scott County Cardinals, who play the No. 1 team in not only our state, but the nation; the Trinity Shamrocks.  
    Joining Scott County in the playoffs are two other teams from Harrison County’s tough schedule this year.  The Belfry Pirates and the Ft. Thomas Highlands Bluebirds are also playing on Saturday in Bowling Green.