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Today's News

  • Harrison County Family Court

    HARRISON FAMILY COURT
    Judge Heather Fryman
    presiding July 19, 2017
    CIVIL CASES
    Megan Harney vs. Kevin Harney, review; proof presented on compliance, closed.
    Sandra L. Lawal vs. Ibraheem B. Lawal, domestic; default granted.
    Rebecca Joan McKenzie vs. Troy McKenzie, motion hour; motion withdrawn, re-docket if needed.
    Sara Beth Hutchison vs. Kenneth Reed Wilson, motion hour; agreed order entered.
    Robert Lynn Bates vs. Ashley Nicole Woolums, domestic; agreed order to continue entered.

  • Farm-to-Table tickets on sale Aug. 1

    Have you been anxiously waiting for Cynthiana Main Street’s Farm-to-Table Dinner? Guess What? Tickets go on sale Tuesday, Aug. 1.
    Join us downtown for our second annual Farm-to-Table Dinner on Friday, Sept. 15, at 6:30 p.m. Once again, Court Street will be transformed into a beautiful event venue to host our dinner.  
    Guests will dine under the September skies at our harvest-style table. There will be 125 seats available this year. Dinner will be prepared by Cynthiana native, Chef Tyler McNabb using all Kentucky Proud food.

  • Excited about a new season of Game of Thrones!

     Regardless of what banner you fly within the world of Westeros, the time has come to return to the magical land once more.
     Game of Thrones Season 7 aired it’s first episode on July 27th, and it was one Hell of a way to kick off a season. Last seasons conclusion left fans with a decent idea of where the story would be picking up upon it’s return, but the GOT show runners pulled off one of the most impactful season premieres of any show I’ve ever seen.

  • Viewpoint

    I am so stinkin’ proud of Cynthiana.
    Tuesday’s Joe B. Hall mural reveal was a wonderful showing of how Cynthiana and Harrison County people want to be included in this wonderful resurgence.
    I’m not a great guestimator as far as attendance at the reveal, but my best estimate is 300 or more.

  • God is able to be trusted

    In today’s world, there is a deceptive philosophy that says that no one can be trusted. This philosophy forces humanity to be skeptical of business owners, politicians, neighbors, family members, spouses, the medical field, etc.  This list could go on and on so that before it’s all said and done, we are made to believe that the whole world is out to get us, that no one is honest, and that survival depends solely upon our own instincts.  

  • Grace Notes

    The news was horrific and sordid: Church staff member arrested for a sexually salacious crime.
    Sadly commonplace, it happens all over the U.S. -- you just never expect it to happen to your church.
    But last week, it happened to mine when our former worship director was arrested and charged with multiple sex-related crimes against minors.
    A local sheriff’s detective called him a “textbook predator.”
    We as a church loved him -- still love him. And we as a church abhor what he has done.

  • community calendar

    THURSDAY, July 27
    Bookmobile. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library Bookmobile will be available Thursday, July 27 at Claysville Store at 10:30 a.m.; Eastside Laundry, 12 p.m.; Suds Laundry, 12:30 p.m.
    Harrison County Historical Society will meet July 27 at 7 p.m. at the Bluegrass Care Navigators, 1317 U.S. Hwy. 62 E. Bill Penn, author of Rebel Town, will talk about Cynthiana’s Civil War Battles including new, expanded material. Also, the Cynthiana Battlefield Foundation, a new organization, will present their program.

    FRIDAY, July 28

  • Traffic concerns raised at Tuesday’s commission meeting

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    A Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy asked the Cynthiana City Commission to look into options to slow traffic on Bridge Street.
    Dean Hutchison, who lives on Bridge Street at the Bridge and Webster intersection, said a traffic hazard exists.
    “It’s like a wild West when I’m  not there,” Hutchison said  of how his sheriff’s vehicle helps to curtail some of the reckless driving.

  • Cynthiana makes it ...

    Taylor Cusick,
    Summer intern
    tcusick@cynthianademocrat.com

    Cynthiana is a beacon of industry within the state of Kentucky. Odds are, people see products made in Cynthiana everyday and don’t even realize. One such product made on Ladish Road might even be hauling your trash away in the morning.

  • Harrison County grand jury issues 13 indictments, jury trials set for Oct. 26

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    Eleven of the 13 defendants who were indicted by a Harrison County grand jury on July 6, entered not guilty pleas in Harrison Circuit Court on Tuesday.
    As of presstime, warrants for the arrest of two of the subjects who were indicted had not been served.
    Jury trials were set for Oct. 26 during their formal arraignments.
    Indictments were issued to the following: