Today's News

  • Cynthiana High School Day is June 22

    Mayor Steve Moses proclaimed Saturday, June 22, as Cynthiana High School Day. To celebrate this proclamation, alumni are invited to visit Biancke’s, home of CHS class composite pictures and other memorabilia, and enjoy a Peggy Benton.

    Stroll Main and Pike Streets to view business windows decorated with CHS items and pictures from days gone by.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .

    Births announced this week are: Clementyne Pearl Depew, April 29, daughter of Tim and Kay Depew; Madison Marie Kiskaden, June 4, daughter of Amber Soard and Paul Kiskaden.

  • Bullock earns top 5 spot at state pageant

    Cheyenne Lily Bullock turned heads on June 1 and 2 when she attended the National American Miss Kentucky State Pageant in Louisville, Ky. She competed in the Princess Division which included 50 girls from all across the state, and made it into the top five in her age division. She has been invited to compete in the National All-American Miss Pageant in Anaheim, Calif. in November.

  • Reunions


    Descendents and friends of the David Evans McCauley family will meet for the annual reunion at Biancke’s Restaurant on Saturday, June 15 at noon.

    For more information call 234-5316.

  • Birth announcement

    Zaidey Lynn Acahua was born to Salvador and Amy Acahua of Cynthiana on April 9, 2013 at Harrison Memorial Hospital.

    She weighed 6 lbs. 4 oz., and is welcomed by her brother, Zander Drake Acahua.

  • Hatfield-Cordray to wed June 22

    Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hatfield announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lauren Charles, to Michael James Cordray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cordray.

    Charley graduated from Spencerian College in Radiology and is employed with Harrison Memorial Hospital. 

  • CHS Class of 1958 will celebrate their 55th reunion

    Photo submitted by Barbara Wornall

  • EDA director’s contract not renewed


    After less than one year of service, the Harrison County Fiscal Court has voted not to renew the Economic Development Authority director contract.

  • Skin cancer not widely recognized


    One of the most difficult things Paula Taylor has had to do is tell her children that she was diagnosed with the same type of cancer that their father and her husband had died from a mere four months earlier.

  • Asphalt scam update


    The number of victims continues to grow in an alleged asphalt scam in Harrison County.

    According to Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy Nathan Gasser, the number of victims involved in an asphalt scam has reached 16.