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Today's News

  • Makenna Gracelyn Bennett

    Makenna Gracelyn Bennett was born to Michael and Crystal Bennett of Cynthiana on March 18, 2015 at Harrison Memorial Hospital.
    She weighed 7 lbs. 3 oz., and is welcomed by her brother Marshall and sister, Madison.
    Maternal grandparents are Jerry and Betty Riesenberg of Ewing, Ky.; maternal great-grandmother is Mamie Mitchell.

  • Jolene Bobbie Rose Amyx

    Jolene Bobbie Rose Amyx was born Dec. 15, 2014, to Toni Baucom and Bobby Amyx Jr. of Cynthiana.
    She weighed 7 lbs. 8 oz.
    Maternal grandparents are Eva Fischbach of Cynthiana and Roy and Linda Thompson of Owensboro; maternal great-grandparents are Rosemarie Bailey and the late Hiram Bailey.
    Paternal grandparents are Shirley Amyx of Williamstown and the late Bobby Amyx Sr.

  • The romance of mulch

    I know, many of you would think that a trailer load of mulch is not a very romantic present from your husband on your 46th birthday…but I absolutely love it.  
    We missed our window of opportunity to get mulch down in our big perennial beds last spring so Andy was motivated by my birthday to get it done in 2015.  
    It looks great (until the chickens show up and do their scratching- oh well).
    Mulch has become a landscape staple, almost to a fault when it is over applied, smothering roots and girdling trunks.  

  • Museum Musings

    * Cynthiana News, Aug. 8, 1867 -- “The good people of Cynthiana can purchase coal of H. D. Frisbie, at as cheap or cheaper rates than can be had at Covington or elsewhere. Mr. F. can sell coal by the car load or any other way to suit purchasers, and in buying in Cynthiana you save writing, stamps etc. Mr. F. has excellent scales for weighing coal etc.”

  • BBB has new way to report scams

    The Better Business Bureau serving Louisville, Southern Indiana, and Western Kentucky is proud to announce a new way for consumers to report scams!
    BBB’s Scam Tracker is a website that allows consumers to report schemes and review other cases of fraud occurring across the United States and in their local areas. Consumers can also see what types of scams are trending.
    Each report details the scam, how much money the victim has lost (if any), gives tips on how the scam works, and provides tips on what you can do to protect yourself against scams.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Weston Arnold Dale, March 30, son of Jeff and Allie Dale; Jenna Clay Gaunce, March 25, daughter of Kevin and Lori Gaunce; Destinei Mae Hutchison, March 4, daughter of Amber Dawn Hutchison.
    Main Street BP is now under new management. Offers full serve at self serve prices. A Northfield Oil facility.

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding March 23, 2015
    PROBATE CASES
    Estate of Charles Wesley Forsythe, probate hearing; will admitted, order entered, bond approved.
    Estate of Janet A. Mogler, probate hearing; order entered.
    Estate of Brenda Lou Turner, probate hearing; order entered.
    CIVIL CASES
    Hillside Apartments vs. Stephanie Carroll, court trial; passed to be re-noticed.
    Midland Funding LLC vs. Tyra Harney, motion hour; passed, no one present.
    FELONY CASES

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    March 21 -- At 11:55 a.m., a non-injury accident happened on Ky 1842 North four miles from the city limits. Patricia Renner of Gray’s Run Pike said she was traveling north when she swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle. Leaving the right side of the road, she overcorrected, skidded sideways to take out four fence posts and struck a rock wall owned by John Phyllips of Ky 1842 North.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    March 4 -- At 6:35 p.m., police were called to a juvenile altercation on Poplar Street.

  • Free online class now available to help parents support college and career planning

    A new online program called Take the LEAD helps Kentucky parents and community members support their middle and high school students in getting ready for college and a career. The program is free and on-demand so that participants can earn their Local Education Advocate Diploma on their own schedule.