Today's News

  • Boo-Wow parade is Oct. 22

    Get your costumes ready. The second annual Spooky Boo-Wow Howl-o-ween Parade is coming Saturday, Oct. 22. Over 60 entries paraded through Cynthiana last year in the maiden pet costume parade.
    Registration begins at noon with the parade to follow at 1:15 p.m.
    Proceeds from the event benefit the Harrison County Humane Society. Watch for details in upcoming editions of The Cynthiana Democrat.

  • NAACP Freedom Fund Gala is Oct. 15

    The Cynthiana-Harrison County NAACP will have its seventh annual Freedom Fund Gala on Saturday, Oct. 15, at Westside Elementary cafeteria.
    Donna Slone, assistant professor at Maysville Community and Technical College, Licking Valley Campus, will be the representing co-chair for the event.
    The Cynthiana branch has received much support in the past from numerous businesses throughout the community.
    “We say a big thank you for your support,” said Kenneth Newby, local NAACP member.

  • Medicare open enrollment event at library

    It is time, once again, to begin comparing Medicare drug plans that are being offered in 2012. For assistance with comparing drug plans, attend a Part D Enrollment Event at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011. The event will begin at 9:30 a.m. Attendees should bring a Medicare card and a complete list of medications including the milligrams and quantity prescribed for each medication.

  • Salaries for City of Cynthiana employees released

    July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011

    Alcorn, Jennifer    $6,527.32
    Barnett, Estill    $22,5S4.22
    Barrett, Gary    $25,907.92
    Batte, Dorothea    $20,693.97
    Bell, Justin    $27,033.29
    Bills, George    $12,216.11
    Blanton, Todd    $41,628.21
    Brooks, Douglas    $16.00
    Brooks, Kathy    $19,938.93
    Brunker, Gary    $4,400.88

  • Grand jury issues 14 indictments in Tuesday session

    A Cynthiana man was named in three of the 14 indictments returned by a Harrison County grand jury on Tuesday.
    Adam Asbury, 32, is accused of the Sept. 6 burglary at William Thomson’s, the Sept. 8 burglary at Gary Mitchell’s residence and at a dwelling belonging to Dermon King Jr. on Sept. 10.
    He is charged with three counts of third degree burglary, one count of second degree burglary, three counts of theft by unlawful taking under $500, two counts of second degree criminal mischief and three counts of persistent felony offender.

  • Marching Thorobreds to have community performance Oct. 18

    The Marching Thorobreds performed at the Grant County Competition last weekend and placed first in Class 4A. They placed well in finals amongst a very strong field of bands.  But, their recent success is not what has the band excited, it is what is to come.  

  • Everyone just wants to be ‘liked’

    No body wants to be the last person picked for any team. I know, I was usually the scrawny, freckle-faced, redhead who was the left-over player.
    I wasn’t ever really “picked” because I was what was left.
    It’s all about being “liked.”
    Now, nearly 50 years later, being liked has a new avenue of validation. It’s called facebook.
    I don’t spend a lot of time on facebook with the whole social networking thing, but it has proven a great way to catch up with some old friends and to stay in touch with new ones.

  • Federal troops form Camp Frazer

    By: Bill Penn

  • AJ Flowers ribbon cutting
  • Safety Day