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Today's News

  • Farm Bureau assists local veterinary

    Three Kentucky veterinarians were recently selected to receive assistance in repaying their students loans under a new program addressing the shortage of large food animal veterinarians and technicians in the state.

    Dr. Patricia Davis of Cynthiana was one of the veterinarians chosen for this program.

    Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Education Foundation is administering the program on behalf of the Kentucky Cattleman’s Foundation.

    Dr. Davis is a 2009 graduate of Tuskagee University and is practicing at the Harrison Veterinary Clinic in Cynthiana.

  • COMMITTEE: A. Keller Dam improvements long overdue

    As the owner of River Road Bait and Tackle, Bobby Perkins said he used to see three or four boats on the Licking River each day.

    “Now you don’t see nobody,” Perkins said Tuesday morning in his store lined with fishing lures, poles and buckets.

    After being in business 30 years, Perkins said the store has suffered a 40 percent revenue decrease in the last 15 years.

    Part of the loss, Perkins said, he blames on the river’s current water level.

  • Arrests made in animal thefts

    Three Lexington residents were arrested late last week following their alleged involvement in the January break-in at the Flora Shropshire Animal Shelter.

    Monique Watts, 22, Timothy Watts, 24, and William K. Jackson, 29, were arrested on charges of third degree burglary, second degree criminal mischief and theft.

    “More charges may be filed against one for intimidating a witness,” Cpl. Walter Tapp of the Cynthiana Police Department said Friday.

    For more on this story, see this week's Cynthiana Democrat.

  • Thorobreds fall in district final, 55-49

    The old saying is that “it is hard to beat your sister three straight times.” That is especially true if you shoot 27 percent from the field when you are playing the game. 

    This is not to say that Pendleton County’s 38th District Champion team is anybody’s sister, but so goes the old saying. It is hard to play against an evenly matched team and win three straight times no matter the circumstances, but poor shooting will doom a team every time.

  • Benefit will help family of transplant recipient

    A benefit is being held in Louisville for a Cynthiana teen who recently received a kidney transplant from his sister.

    Corey Campbell received a kidney transplant on Dec. 29 after suffering from Focal Segmental Glomeruloscierosis (FSGS), which was diagnosed in May 2007. Shortly after receiving a kidney from his sister, Amber, his new kidney became re-infected with the disease.

    According to Corey’s aunt, Donna Doyle, the Campbell’s have been financially, physically and emotionally stretched.

  • Kendall enters political arena as city candidate

    Retired teacher and current Harrison County District Athletic Director Lee Kendall has entered the realm of local politics and will be seeking election to the Cynthiana City Commission.

    Kendall, 50, was born in Cynthiana, lived for eight years in Carrollton before returning to Harrison County and graduated from Harrison County High School in 1977.

    Kendall has been married to the former Kelly Calvert for 25 years. Together, they have two college-aged daughters, Katie and Laura.

  • Harrison County District Court

    HARRISON DISTRICT COURT

    Judge William ee^D. Probus

    presiding Feb. 22, 2010

    PROBATE CASES

    Estate of J Paul Browning, probate hearing; will and codicil admitted to probate, order entered.

    Estate of Lonnie L. Hampton, probate hearing; petition granted, order entered.

    Estate of Harold R. Wiglesworth, probate hearing; will admitted to probate as self-proved, order entered.

    In re: Ella B. Moore Estate, motion hour; order entered.

    CIVIL CASES

    GE Money Bank vs. Cathy Jo Bowman, motion hour; passed.

  • Working for an education

    As the demand for health care workers continues to increase across the nation, Harrison Memorial Hospital is hoping to attract more individuals into the classroom and later, the HMH workforce.

    “I always knew I wanted to be here locally,” Anastasia Rains said Thursday morning, in between patients at the HMH radiology department.

    A 2000 graduate of Harrison County High School, Rains graduated from Lexington Community College with an  arts and science degree and a radiology science degree.

  • Fairfield will run for state representative

    Harrison County Republican party vice-chair Tim Fairfield has filed as a candidate for state representative. He is running to serve Kentucky’s 78th House District, representing Harrison, Pendleton, Robertson and the southern and eastern portions of Campbell counties.

    Fairfield lives in Berry with his wife, Tamera, and their three daughters. He served as a member of the Kentucky National Guard from 2000 to 2007. In 2002, he deployed with Cynthiana’s 201st Combat Engineers and deployed to Iraq with the 2-123rd Armor from Bowling Green in 2006.

     

  • Cynthiana woman accused in Scott Co. theft case

    A Cynthiana woman will be arraigned in Scott County District Court today on a charge of theft by unlawful taking over $500.

    Lori A. Cain, 38, Grays Run Road, was charged Thursday, Jan. 28, with allegedly  retaining funds from the Scott County Clerk’s Office.

    Kentucky State Police Tpr. Joey Johnson launched an investigation following a complaint of missing funds from the clerk’s office, according to a press release from KSP.

    For more about this story, see this week's Cynthiana Democrat.