Today's News

  • Property Transfers

    David A. Welch to David A. Welch-Trustee of the David A. Welch Revocable Trust, property on US 62 in the City of Claysville.
    David A. Welch to David A. Welch-Trustee of the David A. Welch Revocable Trust, property on Claysville Road (US 62)  and Bell Road.
    David A. Welch to David A. Welch-Trustee of the David A. Welch Revocable Trust, Lot 3 in the Claysville precinct.
    Bradley G. Yearsley-Attorney-in-fact for Andrea D. Yearsley nka Andrea Maples and Allen Maples to Adam Scott Hornbeck and Ashley Hornbeck, property on Boyers Chapel turnpike, $347,500.

  • Correction

    A headline in last week’s Cynthiana Democrat may have been misleading.

     Former Blue Grass Energy director Larry Willis died at 7:38 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 9, while a patient at Morgan County Appalachian Regional Healthcare, according to a spokesperson for the Kentucky Department of Corrections.

  • Harvest of Hopes offers community a Thanksgiving dinner

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    For those who may be spending Thanksgiving alone with no special meal to commemorate the day, there is hope ... Harvest of Hope.

    Unity Christmas Church members and volunteers are preparing 1,200 meals for Thanksgiving day.

  • Main Street Program adds holiday market to Christmas parade

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    After Thanksgiving dinner and the Black Friday blitz, The Cynthiana Main Street Program invites everyone to enjoy the rest of their holiday weekend shopping in Cynthiana. 

  • Hospice volunteers make lasting impression on families

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Though Hospice involves a team of professionals skilled in all aspects of palliative care, those who make the greatest impact on families and caregivers are often the dozens of their dedicated volunteers, said Kelly Kendall, Coordinator of Volunteer Services at the Cynthiana branch of Hospice  of the Bluegrass. 

  • Suspect uses box cutter to rob Dollar Store

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    Police are again searching for a man wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt who snagged  money that did not belong to him.

  • Pendleton sheriff talks about son’s suicide in community program

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    Teen suicide is not inevitable. It is preventable, said Pendleton County Sheriff Craig Peoples in his keynote speech at the annual Champions for a Drug Free Harrison County community meeting Monday night.

  • Arrests not answer to heroin problem, say officials

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    It was an unintended consequence, but state laws that made it more difficult to abuse prescription pain medication and crystal meth was one of the factors that fed an epidemic rise in heroin abuse across Kentucky in the last five years.

  • HCHS Bowling
  • Sports beat

    Meet the Fillies and Breds Friday
    Meet the Fillies and Breds Friday at 6 PM on the Hilltop
    The Harrison County High School basketball Fillies and Breds will be in exhibition Friday night at 6 p.m. as they prepare to open the 2014-15 season.  
    The bowling, wrestling, archery and dance teams along with the band and cheerleaders have also been invited to attend.