Today's News

  • Cynthiana Police Report


    Case reports

    Jan. 9 – At 11:19 p.m., Mark Mattmiller, Grandview, reported that someone had gone through his vehicle. Also, reports were made from Kellie Stanfield, Sandra Keesy, Margo Gasser, Virginia Bradley, Gregory Jones and Jean Brown. Police took a juvenile into custody for questioning. Missing from the vehicles were GPS systems, cash, a coat, perfume.

  • Project Linus distributes over 600 blankets to area children

    To the editor:

    I would like to express my thanks to everyone who supported Project Linus in 2009.

    With the help of cash donations and volunteers, we were able to distribute 660 blankets in the six counties covered by our local group.

    Project Linus is an organization that sees that children who are going through traumatic events have a warm, handmade blanket.

    Anyone who wants to participate in Project Linus’ local campaign should contact me at 234-1914.

    Angela Mullannix



  • Museum Musings

    * Log Cabin, Jan. 31, 1913 -- “The following named people successfully passed the Common School examination last Friday and Saturday: Duncan Douglas, Oddville School; Eddie Fitzgerald, Walnut Hill; Alma E. Kearns, Shadynook; Harry Leslie, Oddville School; Lucy Kate Ross, Oddville School; Nora Belle Robinson, Buena Vista School; Bertha Skinner, New Liberty School; Nancy Skinner, New Liberty School; Thelma Wright, Berry Graded School.”

  • Sports Beat

    Harrison County Football Alumni meeting

    The annual Winter Meeting will be Sunday, Jan. 31 at 2 p.m. at the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office. The main topic of discussion will be the 2010 Alumni Banquet. Any other new or old business will also be discussed. Everyone interested in promoting Harrison County football is invited to attend.

    Any questions contact Jim Furnish at 234-1904.

    Harrison County

    freshman boys blast

    Bourbon County 62-34

  • ‘Football is a rough game’

    Kentucky is No. 1 and well deserving of the top spot. Okay, I got that over with.

    I watched the Vikings give the game to the Saints Sunday night with my wife and answered many interesting questions. Most of them concern Brett Favre and why he was getting hammered on almost every pass in the second half. 

    Can they do that? 

    Why does he stay in there and let them knock him down? 

    Peyton Manning ducks down to the ground when he sees them coming, why doesn’t Favre? 

  • Harrison Co. Sheriff's Report




    Jan. 15 at 6:45 a.m. -- non-injury, Bobtown Road, Raymond J. Crawford, 41, Cynthiana, driving a 2005 Chevrolet 2500.

    Jan. 15 at 8:32 p.m. -- non-injury, Ky 1842 West, Vanessa K. Fitzpatrick, 19, Indianapolis, In., driving a 1998 Chevrolet Malibu.

    Jan. 16 at 3:06 a.m. -- non-injury, Rutland Road, Jessica L. Hensley, 25, Cynthiana, driving a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado.

    Jan. 19 at 8:09 p.m. -- non-injury, Ky 356, Tamara Paskey, 22, Stamping Ground, Ky., driving a 2009 Scion TC.

  • Fillies split games over weekend

    Harrison County’s Fillies played perhaps their best game of the year Friday night, but came away on the short end of the score at Campbell County. 

    The Lady Camels, who are thought to be a top four team in the region, could never pull away and edged the Fillies 63-55. 

    Harrison County trailed by six at the end of the first period but a balanced attack for the most part brought the Fillies back in the second. At the half, the game was knotted at 23. 

  • Harrison County Family Court


    Judge Barbara Paul

    presiding Jan. 20, 2010


    Robert Alvin Franklin vs. Debbie Lynn Franklin, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.

    Michael Scott Wilson vs. ee^Robin Abshear, review; (motion to withdraw, motion for visitation), withdrawn order entered.

    Diana Rae Barnes vs. Jeffrey Bruce Barnes, review; decree entered.

    Sherry Bruner vs. Douglas Bruner, motion hour; (motion for exclusive use of the marital residence, temporary maintenance and temporary child support), temporary order.

  • ‘Those who look up, find a way out’

    I have a friend who loves bees.

    Last week she brought me to her secret place, a trail in a wooded area in a local park. Located on the trail is my friend’s bee tree.

    My friend comes to this secret place often. She said she goes there to talk to God, since how can you help but talk to him surrounded by all that nature?

    “Just look up at the canopy of trees!” she said as we walked.

  • Cheerleaders to host KAPOS 10th Region competition

    The Harrison County Varsity Cheerleaders will host the 10th Region KAPOS competition on Saturday, Jan. 30. The doors will open at 9 a.m. for the 12-team event. Admission is $6 per person. The winners will advance to the state competition at Bowling Green on Feb. 20. Last Saturday, four of Harrison County’s cheerleaders competed in the Just Keep Dreaming Stunt Competition held at Bourbon County. Seniors Abby Cunningham, Emily Kendall and Samantha Shirley along with junior Julie Henson were in action during the meet.