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Today's News

  • Sink hole repairs should begin this month

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Work to repair a 12-foot deep sink hole on the grounds of the Harrison County Fire District near the John Hunt Morgan Bridge is projected to start in the middle of July, said Gary Royalty, director of Cynthiana’s Public Works Department.

  • Toads are a good sign of healthy environment

    Lately it seems that everywhere I step in the yard, vegetable garden and perennial beds there is a toad under foot.  
    They manage to jump out of harm’s way (from a rapidly approaching foot or spade) just in the nick of time.  When I notice healthy populations of a good insect, bug or amphibian, I like to think that they are flourishing because of the ecological balance of the farm.  
    Toads are an indicator species suggesting in their abundance that the environment is healthy; in their absence that it is not.  

  • TI Automotive to remain open into 2015

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Contrary to recent rumors of its closure, TI Group Automotive  Systems is still in business on White Oak Pike, Larry Barnes, Plant Manager, reported Tuesday morning.

  • USDA reminds producers of 2014 acreage reporting requirement

    U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Kentucky  Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director John W. McCauley reminds agricultural producers that July 15, 2014, is the deadline to file an acreage report for spring seeded crops. Planted acres must be reported to FSA by July 15, 2014.  The Agricultural Act of 2014 (2014 Farm Bill) requires producers on a farm to submit annual acreage reports on all cropland.

  • United States and Korea streamline organic trade

    Organic processed products certified in the United States or Korea can now be labeled as organic in either country. This will allow American organic farmers, processors, and businesses greater access to Korea’s growing market for organic products. The arrangement between the two nations took effect July 1, 2014.

  • Academic briefs

    ANDERSON
    Karissa Lee Anderson of Cynthiana is one of 365 Eastern Kentucky University Dean’s Award recipients for the Spring 2014 semester.
    Anderson is a senior Psychology major at EKU.
    To earn the Dean’s Award, students must achieve Dean’s List honors at EKU for three semesters, not necessarily consecutive. A lapel pin is presented to students by the dean of their academic college.

  • Barrett attends MCTC/LVC for her registered nurse’s degree

    April Barrett, a Cynthiana native, graduated from Maysville Community and Technical College Licking Valley Campus in May with an Associate in Science degree in Registered Nursing.  
    Barrett passed her nursing boards June 5 and became an official registered nurse. She is employed at UK Health Care as an RN in Lexington.   
    Barrett received her GED in 2008. She had wanted to be a nurse for a long time, but the goal seemed so difficult and far away. In the summer of 2011, she decided to attend MCTC/Licking Valley Campus.

  • Spilled debris leads to Cynthiana man’s arrest

    A Cynthiana man was arrested Sunday after an accident caused his alleged cache of stolen items to be spread across the highway in Bourbon County.

    According to a Kentucky State Police release, Henry Sparks, 36, was driving east on U.S. 62 West in Bourbon County when he struck a guard rail.

  • Historical Society
  • Grand jury makes charges on eight subjects

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    In its first session of the quarter, a Harrison County grand jury issued 10 indictments against eight individuals.