Today's News

  • Burglary charges pending from weekend break-in on Pike Street

    Police have a suspect and charges are pending against Bradley Walker, 29, Cynthiana, for third degree burglary in connection with a weekend break-in at George Velat’s home on Pike Street.
    According to Ptl. Michael Kiskaden of the Cynthiana Police Department, Walker is alleged to have entered the Velat home and removed household items, equipment used in Velat’s heating and air conditioning business, tools and copper wiring.
    Some of the property was recovered on Tuesday at pawn shops and scrap yards, Kiskaden said.

  • HCMS Advance Band performs at Kentucky Music Educators 7th District Band Assessment

    The Harrison County Middle School 7th and 8th grade Advance Band under the direction of Julie Lucky performed at the Kentucky Music Educators 7th District Band Assessment Tuesday, March 13. They performed Childhood Hymn by David Holsinger and Willow Creek Festival by Steve Hodges on the stage of the University of Kentucky Singletary Center for the Arts. The ensemble was assessed on criteria set forth by KMEA from the Fine Arts National Standards. They received the highest rating of Distinguished from each of the three adjudicators.

  • Taking on the Legends

    His is a voice that would likely be recognized around Cynthiana and Harrison County. But that’s soon to expand.
    Owners of police scanners have heard the voice of John Green directing police, fire or ambulance to where they are needed.
    He is also heard over the airwaves of WCYN 1400 in “The Green Room,” but more recently as co-host with Mike Aldridge on “Let’s Talk Sports.”
    He’ll soon be sharing his voice with fans of the Lexington Legends as their new public address announcer.

  • Honor Roll

    The Southside Elementary Honor Roll for the third nine weeks includes:
    Fourth Grade

  • Attorney joins Culbertson firm

    A new attorney has joined the Cynthiana and Harrison County Bar Association, however, she’s no newby in the local legal circles.
    Suzanne Van Wert joined Ed Culbertson’s law firm officially in January after six years of working out of his Cynthiana office unofficially.
    Van Wert said she only recently committed to the partnership because of her additional work as a professional mediator, for which she had an office in Lexington.

  • Honor Roll

    The Northside Elementary Honor Roll for the third nine weeks includes:

    Third Grade
    Matthew Barton, Landon Bowlin, *Rachel Clifford, *Kaden Culberson, Logan Eversole, Mia McDaniel, Jacob Mineer, Keelin Northcutt, Austin Pack, *Alexys Switzer, Riley Warmouth, Landon Baker, Justin Black, Mercedees Chambers, McKinley Fain;

  • Honor Roll

    The Westside Elementary Honor Roll for the third term includes:
    Third Grade - All As
    Kacey Brierley, Katie Coghill, Gavin Miller, Kaylee Brooke Northcutt, Molly Perkins, Jaelyn Terhune.
    Third Grade - A/B

  • Southern States making long-term plans for US 27 S. development

    Southern States is making plans for a potential move to the former H.A. Jones showroom.
    While nothing is set in stone, Southern States has received the nod from the Cynthiana-Harrison County-Berry Joint Planning Commission to proceed with a development plan.
    “The Southern States Coop started talking in August of last year about a possible move,” said Cynthiana Southern States manager Dale Duckworth. “We wanted something bigger and easier to get in and out of.”

  • Honor Roll

    The Eastside Elementary Honor Roll for the third term includes:
    Fourth Grade

  • Battle Grove Cemetery mowing season

    All artificial flowers and arrangements need to be removed from the Battle Grove Cemetery by March 31 for the mowing season.
    Spring clean up and removal will begin April 2 by cemetery employees.
    Safety for employees and visitors during the mowing season is always a major concern.