Today's News

  • News briefs

    Back to Our Roots is this Saturday at Rev. Ross Park
    The second annual Back to Our Roots program will be held Saturday at the Rev. Ross Park beginning at 1 p.m. Scheduled speakers will be Jan Way Rudolph, Diane Willis Ayers, Teddy Taylor, Phillip Watson and Louis Stout.
    There will be music, fellowship and food as well as the afternoon of reflecting, said Terry Harris, one of the event organizers.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    The following information from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office indicates drivers and/or owners whose vehicles were involved in accidents.

    May 15 – At 9:42 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported. Bradley Morris was traveling on Ky 1054 and struck a deer.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    May  11 – At 11:28 p.m., a domestic disturbance was reported on Ashbrook Court.
    May 12 – At 3:45 p.m., Debbie Callahan reported that bricks were falling from the front of the Adams and Associates building on Pike Street.
    May 13 – At 6:25 a.m., police were called regarding a man sleeping in his vehicle on Pike Street. Johny Neace told police his vehicle broke down and he was waiting for daylight so he could make repairs.

  • Property Transfers

    Quit Claim Deed: Jennifer Northcutt to Adam Northcutt, property on Colby Road.
    Michael Brogli and Evelyn Brogli to Dean F. Pope and Mary B. Pope, property on White Oak/Tricum Pike, $52,500.
    James W. Burgess to william D. Weiler Trust, property in Harrison County, $159,900.
    William B. Tobin IV and Kimberly Adkins-Tobin to Julia L. Hill, property in Cynthiana, $5,000.
    William B. Tobin IV and Kimberly Adkins-Tobin to First United Methodist Church, property on Church Street, $65,000.

  • New Drivers

    Payton Moore, Kenneth Hunt, Natasha Ingram, Drew T. Manley, Caleb M. Philpot, Kaitlyn O’Neal, Katlynn Ann Wilson.

  • Cynthiana dog owners make their mark on show circuit

    By Ben Hyatt, News writer
    Breeder, owner and handler Shoney McNabb said dog showing is only part of building a better breed.
    As co-owner of Derbyrun-Folklore Cavaliers, McNabb’s introduction to dog showing was sparked, like many, by “the biggest stage” in dog showing.
    Watching the Westminster Dog Show in New York City, McNabb found herself in awe of the facial features of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

  • Carson- Knipper plan July wedding

    Jeff and Shirley Carson announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Heather Carson, to Derrick Knipper.
    The couple will be married in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. on July 23. A reception will take place after the couple returns home on Aug. 6 at the Elks Lodge. Invitations will be sent.

  • Women’s Club installs new officers

    The Women’s Club held their May meeting at the Cynthiana Country Club with Virgie Wells leading the pledge to the flag.
    Theresa Martin gave the blessing and spiritual values, ‘Footprints In The Sand’ and the story about the Dollar and the Cents.
    Music was provided by Lottie Barlow.
    Faye Smith presented Bruce Florence a check for $1,000 to be used at Community College by a student.
    Herbert Allen Moore gave the program on ‘More Artistic Beauties.’
    Martin presented the slate of officers, which were accepted.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Connor Wylee Lakes, May 8, son of Lee and Susan Lakes.

  • Privett opens Cynthiana office with Swinford & Sims

    Swinford & Sims, P.S.C., has announced that Brian K. Privett has joined the firm “Of Counsel.”
     Privett will be practicing in the areas of family law, wills and estates, business law, and civil litigation. He is available for consultation at the Swinford & Sims, P.S.C. offices located at 132 E. Pike St.
    Privett is an assistant Harrison County Attorney and represents the Cynthiana-Harrison County-Berry Joint Planning and Zoning Commission.