Today's News

  • Support group organizes to help parenting grandparents

    It’s the middle of the night  when a ringing telephone pierces through the bedroom of a slumbering couple who have visions of retirement in the very near future.

    However, the news on the other end of the phone changes not only their plans for retirement but the rest of their lives as well.

  • KUNA candidate seeking help with service project

    Harrison County Middle School student Malcom Walker, who is a candidate for Secretary General of the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA), is seeking support for his community service project.

  • Dancing with the Stars on the Hilltop Friday night

    Hometown favorites will get their dance on Friday, March 22, as the Harrison County Dance team presents Dancing with the Stars.

    The Harrison County High School Dance Team will once again be dancing with some of Harrison County’s finest at the high school gymnasium this Friday.

  • Win-win for city and student in training program

    The city of Cynthiana looks to address a shortage of water treatment workers through a local program.

    Still in the early stages, Keith Northcutt, is making headway with a new program sponsored by the city to teach and ultimately certify new workers to work at Cynthiana’s Water Treatment Plant.

  • Trio charged following recovery of Walmart merchandise

    Three people were arrested Friday after an anonymous tip led police to Walmart where a theft was alleged to take place.

    Sgt. Wilbur Gross of the Cynthiana Police Department found the suspect’s vehicle in a handicapped parking space at Walmart and walked to the window to talk to the subjects.

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  • High School dropout age receives major bipartisan support

    With time running out in the 2013 Regular Session, we turned our attention this week to reaching agreements on some of the General Assembly’s top priorities.

  • Signing bills into laws

    With only two days remaining to consider possible vetoes and some unresolved issues, the General Assembly completed much of its work this legislative session early last week.
    Since the House and Senate only meet for 30 instead of 60 working days in odd-numbered years – and four of those are set aside to elect leaders and appoint committees – we spent the relatively short amount of time we had tackling a fairly long agenda.

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, March 21
    Spring Art Show. Thursday, March 21, Licking Valley Campus Extension, from 4-6 p.m.
    March Tip Off Party. Thursday, March 21 from  noon-4 p.m. in the Annex at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. Games and snacks provided. Bracket drawing will take place during this time.
    Friends of the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library will meet Thursday, March 21 in the Charles Feix Community room at 6 p.m. Pizza will be served.

  • Church News

    OF GOD
    Calvary Assembly of God will be having its Easter Egg Hunt 2013 on Saturday, March 30 at 2 p.m.
    There will be thousands of eggs and large prizes in five age brackets. The egg hunt is for ages birth through fifth grade.
    There will also be a drama performed by Justified Youth Group.
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    Calvary Assembly will present a special Easter Sunday morning service at 10:45 a.m. on March 31. There will be a free gift for all first time guests, and candy for the kids.