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Today's News

  • Harrison District Court

    HARRISON DISTRICT COURT

    Judge Jay Delaney

    presiding Oct. 2, 2008

    PROBATE CASE

    Estate of William E. Edwards, review; supplemental filed and approved.

    FELONY CASES

    Joey Fuson, 1964, review; flagrant non-support; dismissed without prejudice.

    Samuel Hernandez, 1977, preliminary hearing; flagrant non-support; (amended to non-support), guilty plea entered pursuant to written plea agreement.

    Gregory A. Morrison, 1968, review; flagrant non-support; dismissed without prejudice.

  • Cynthiana Police Report

    CYNTHIANA POLICE DEPARTMENT

    Case reports

    Sept. 23—At 6:13 p.m., Billy G. Combs, Locust Street, had been pulled out of his wheelchair into Locust Street by individuals involved in an on-going fight.

    Sept. 26 – At 10:41 p.m., Cynthia Robinson reported that someone had spray painted her vehicle and the vehicle of Amy Ledford on Newsome Avenue.

    Sept. 27 – At 11:18 a.m., Thomas Hill reported that a man in a black Ford pick-up truck drove off without paying for $47.35 worth of fuel from Ken’s Exxon.

  • New Drivers

    NEW DRIVERS

    Kyle Caldwell, Barbara Cunningham, Eric Knipper, Jessica Brown, William Tommylee Fletcher, Amos Paul Brinkmeyer, and Jonathan Gaunce.

  • Handy House should be treated like family

    To the editor:

    I recently had the opportunity to tour the Handy House. I was astonished by its craftsmanship and wonderful condition. As a remodeler, I worked extensively in the Old Louisville area during its revitalization period of the 1970s and ‘80s and I never started work in a building that was in as good condition as is the Handy House.

    I know there are those who would like to see this house gone but after having seen the beautiful condition of this old home, I don’t understand why anyone would want to take it down.

  • Runners romp at Williamstown

    The Harrison County High School cross country teams traveled to Williamstown for the Williamstown Invitational on Saturday.

    On the boys’ side, all varsity and JV runners medaled as Harrison County ran against just the host, Williamstown.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Kandi Marie Harrison, 19, and Joseph Wayne Williams Jr., 19, married Sept. 18, 2008.

    Jessica Mae Lessert, 19, and Roger Keith Jett, 26, married Sept. 19, 2008.

    Alisha Dawn Fogle, 20, and Joshua Edward Rueger, 22, married Sept. 20, 2008.

    Brooke Elizabeth Simon, 23, and Todd William Weinel, 21, married Sept. 20, 2008.

    Linda Sue Johnson, 66, and Donald Lee Rice, 66, married Sept. 19, 2008.

    Leslie Nichole Ledford, 18, and Willard Gene Arnold Jr., 27, married Sept. 20, 2008.

  • Whalen finishes 14th in state

    It didn’t play out quite like she envisioned it, but the end result was just fine for Polly Whalen.

    Whalen, a junior golfer at Harrison County High School, finished her rain-shortened first round on Wednesday last week, had a quick lunch, then went right back on the course for another 18 holes of golf in the Leachman Pontiac-Buick-GMC/KHSAA Girls’ State Golf Tournament at the Bowling Green Country Club.

  • Ethan Thomas Dale Williams

    Ethan Thomas Dale Williams

    Ethan Thomas Dale Williams was born to Pamela Tolliver and Gary Williams of Paris, Ky. on Oct. 5, 2008 at Harrison Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 lbs., and is welcomed by his brothers, Austin and Dylan Williams, and sister, Kayla Thompson.

    Maternal grandparents are Lee and Patricia Tolliver of Paris; maternal great-grandparents are Ray Tolliver and Ella Mae Tolliver and Roy and Mollie McKenzie.

    Paternal grandparents are Melvin and Margaret Williams of Paris.

  • Candidate forum for city commissioners is Monday, Oct. 20

    Four seats are up for grabs on the Cynthiana City Commission. Eight candidates are each looking to fill those positions.

    To assist voters in the Nov. 4 election, The Cynthiana Democrat is hosting a candidate forum on Monday, Oct. 20, with the commission candidates.

    Seven of the eight candidates have committed to participate in the 7 p.m. event, which will be held at the County Extension Office on New Lair Road.

    Incumbent candidate Jimmy New will be unable to attend due to a family obligation.

  • Trick or Treat may be moved back to Oct. 31

    The Cynthiana City Commission will have a special meeting Monday morning to consider a proposal to move Trick or Treat back to Oct. 31.

    Commissioners voted Tuesday to move the children's night out to Saturday, Nov. 1, because of a possible conflict with high school football. However, the Thorobreds are playing out of town on Friday. There are more conflicts on Saturday night with Northside Elementary School's annual Fall Festival and Pee Wee football championship play-offs on the Hilltop.