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Today's News

  • Coming Home Cynthiana and Fabulous 4th next weekend

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    Next weekend promises to be full of activity as two different events will be held, celebrating the Fourth of July.
    The annual Fabulous Fourth Celebration will be held at Flat Run Veterans Park on Saturday, July 2, beginning at 2 p.m.
    Sponsored by the Cynthiana Rotary Club, The Fabulous Fourth will culminate with the always-popular fireworks display at dusk.

  • Police meet Running Man Challenge with zombie flare

    The Cynthiana Police Department was attacked by zombies last Thursday. At least that’s the call that went out to Scannerland. CPD officers, with the help of some local zombies, met the Running Man Challenge head on. The Running Man Challenge has gone through police departments across the country.

    The video, which is available for viewing on the Cynthiana Police Department's facebook page, was directed and filmed by Derek Bradshaw of Lexington, with assistance from Josh Judy of Cynthiana.

  • Harrison County Relay for Life is Saturday

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    The 19th annual Harrison County Relay for Life celebration for cancer survivors and those who succumbed to the illness, will be held this Saturday, June 25, on the Hilltop at Ingles Stadium, from 3 p.m. until 11 p.m.
    Fourteen teams have joined forces in this year’s event that is titled “Festival of Hope” to raise funds that will be given to the American Cancer Society.

  • Local woman charged with importing heroin

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    State, county and city law enforcement made an arrest Tuesday, June 14, following several months of investigation.
    Detectives and officers with Kentucky State Police DESI-East, KSP Post 6, Harrison County Sheriff’s Department, Cynthiana Police Department, and KSP K9 conducted a traffic stop on U.S. 27 North near Kelat, which resulted in the arrest Kathy Callahan.

  • Police rescue woman from river Friday

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    A Cynthiana woman was rescued from the South Fork of the Licking River by Kentucky State Police and Cynthiana Police officers on Friday, June 17, around 11:30 a.m. after she jumped from the Pleasant Street bridge.
    A witness told Ptl. Shannon  Clem of the Cynthiana Police Department that Tina Maybrier was sitting on the bridge wall. The witness asked if Maybrier was all right and told her not to jump. However, before the witness could get to her, Maybrier had jumped into the water.

  • Fillies perform well in East-West games

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Macy Martin and Jami Davis joined Coach Christine Garnett on the East team for the annual East-West All Star softball games played last weekend at Georgetown College.  
    One unusual thing that was added for the Harrison County trio was that Christine’s dad, Charlie, was one of the umpires for the event.  Charlie Garnett along with Steve Chasteen had just returned from umpiring in the state championships in Owensboro and Garnett lent a hand or two to the all star program.

  • Three Fillies on pre-season volleyball watch list

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Three Harrison County High School volleyball Fillies were named to the pre-season watch list by the Coaches of the 10th Region.  
    The three are senior middle hitter Danielle Dunaway and sophomores Kelsey Gifford and Emma Gooden.  Gifford is an outside hitter and Gooden is a setter.

  • Sports beat

    Marshall leads Kentucky
    to win over Tennessee
    Incoming Harrison County High School freshman, Connor Marshall, helped the Kentucky Future Stars defeat their Tennessee counterparts, 44-27, Saturday at Western Kentucky University’s Stadium.  

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  • Let’s hear it for Cleveland

    Most people think that when the Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Golden State Warriors Sunday that this win broke the “curse’ which has plagued the city on Lake Erie since 1964.  
    1964 was the year that the Browns of the NFL had given the city its last championship of any of the professional franchises. That year the Browns, led by Jim Brown and Kentucky’s Lou “The Toe” Groza, beat the Baltimore Colts 27-0 to win the title.