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Today's News

  • Crossword Puzzle

    ACROSS
    1. Type of room
    6. Pop-ups, e.g.
    9. Plural of serum
    13. One up
    14. Hawaiian wreath
    15. Pandemonium
    16. “Frozen” hairdo
    17. Hold title to
    18. Like Siberian winters
    19. Sheep’s wool
    21. *Earl of Grantham’s last name
    23. Modern address
    24. Close an envelope
    25. Louisville Slugger
    28. Cozy corner
    30. Like directory pages
    35. *What the “Brady” kids did before our eyes
    37. “Dark” movie

  • Did You Know

    Sanders to speak at prayer breakfast
    The Harrison County Ministerial Association is hosting a prayer breakfast, Thursday, May 5, (7-8 a.m.) at Biancke’s in conjunction with the National Day of Prayer. Theme: Into The Heat with Cynthiana Fire Chief Jay Sanders.
    Breakfast, by ticket only ($10 each), are available at Biancke’s or Harrison County Ministerial Association members.

    Safe Sitter
    classes to be offered
    Toddler Village Day Care is offering Safe Sitter Classes at Harrison Memorial Hospital on June 23 and 24.

  • Jury finds woman guilty of animal cruelty

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    Just over a year after her initial arrest, a Cynthiana woman has been convicted on multiple animal cruelty cases.
    Janet Arvola, 50, was taken to Bourbon County Detention Center last Friday, April 22, following a 10-hour jury trial that ended with guilty verdicts on 15 of 18 charges.
    “I can’t remember an animal cruelty case ever going to trial,” said Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy Nathan Gasser.

  • Noises off

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    The Rohs Theatre Company will provide four performances of the Broadway hit, Noises Off, this weekend at the Rohs Opera House.
    Written by Michael Frayn in 1982, Noises Off has enjoyed great success in London, New York and community theatres all across the United Kingdom and the Unites States.
    It has been produced in theatres in London’s West End and on Broadway in New York on multiple occasions since opening in 1982.

  • Dotson given perfect evaluation

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    Harrison County Schools Superintendent Andy Dotson is exemplary, so says the five-member school board.
    In each of seven evaluated areas, board members unanimously declared the highest ranking allowed.
    The state established an evaluation change three years ago. However, it wasn’t required to be followed until last year.
    Harrison County opted to begin immediately, so this is the third evaluation under the new process.

  • Morgan’s first raid coming to Flat Run Park this weekend

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    Morgan’s Cavalry Trilogy will kick-off this weekend in Cynthiana and Harrison County as a significant number of Civil War re-enactors will retrace Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan’s first foray into town.
    Later this summer, September 14-18 in northern Ohio, the second stanza of the trilogy will be played out,  Morgan’s Raid: The Pursuit.
     The final chapter, Morgan’s Last Raid, will be  coming back to Cynthiana in September of 2017.

  • Six HCHS seniors deemed ‘Work Ready’

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    Harrison County High School seniors Joshua Graves, Shelby May, Carrie McDonald, Zachary Northcutt, Casey Wallace and Tori Watkins were honored Wednesday morning, April 27, for their involvement in the inaugural Work Ready program, at the school.

  • Court gives first nod to $9.5 million budget for 2016-17

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    The Harrison County Fiscal Court unveiled its annual budget for fiscal year 2016-2017 at its regular meeting on Tuesday night. The proposed budget shows total appropriations and revenues at $9,508,721.

  • Farm laborer killed in fall from tree

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    A Hispanic farm laborer was killed as a result of a fall from a tree on Saturday, April 23.
    According to a Kentucky State Police report, Isizro Castrillo had been climbing a tree, lost his balance and fell between two tree branches, ultimately causing him to break his neck.
    Trooper Troy Brooks was dispatched to Ruddles Fort Road in Bourbon County, in reference to the fatal fall. The accident happened on a farm owned by Lewis Furnish on the Harrison County/Bourbon County line.

  • Church News

    PRAYER BREAKFAST
    The Harrison County Ministerial Association is hosting a prayer breakfast, Thursday, May 5, (7-8 a.m.) at Biancke’s in conjunction with the National Day of Prayer. Theme: Into The Heat with Cynthiana Fire Chief Jay Sanders.
    Breakfast, by ticket only ($10 each), are available at Biancke’s or Harrison County Ministerial Association members.

    TIME OF HARVEST
    OUTREACH MINISTRY