Today's News

  • Galley Proof Press
  • Miles to take helm at Eastside Elementary

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer

    Eastside Elementary School will have a new principal heading into the 2017-18 school year.
    Former principal B.J. Maggard left Eastside earlier  in the summer to become the Harrison County School District’s Director of Technology.
    On Monday, the school district announced that Melissa Miles will take the reins as the new leader at Eastside.

  • Fairy doors, painted rocks and google eyes, Oh my!

    By Tomi Jean Clifford

  • Cynthiana’s sixth Rod Run to host Luke Duke

    Taylor Cusick,
    Summer intern

    One Saturday night after coming home from a fun filled trip to Tennessee, Jerry Adams gazed out over an empty Main Street in his home town of Cynthiana.
    The lack of any visible entertainment on a Saturday night made Adams feel like Cynthiana wasn’t living up to it’s full potential. Having just come from the Rod Run in the Sevierville area, Adams got the idea to begin piecing together a similar event for home.

  • Cynthiana makes it . . .

    Editor’s note: This is the first in a series featuring Cynthiana and Harrison County’s industrial and manufacturing operations.

    Taylor Cusick,
    Summer Intern

     Cynthiana is home to a variety of interesting folks with a plethora of exceptional skills. One of those is Avi Bear.
    Bear is the owner of Avi’s Oven Art Incorporated and more recently Canine Correct Table Food For Dogs.

  • Commission gives nod to HMH zone change request

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer

    The Cynthiana-Harrison County-Berry Joint Planning Commission okayed a zoning change request by Harrison Memorial Hospital, concerning 19.929 acres of property it owns on Millersburg Pike, following a public hearing on Monday in the Community Room at the health department.
    The commission then denied a request by the hospital to change the zoning for the wellness center portion of the development from A-1 to B-2.

  • We can make our own decisions

    I suppose I should be counted among those who feel that the best government is that which governs the least.
    I am not, nor have I ever been, a proponent of having rules and regulations just for the sake of having rules and regulations.
    Citizens should have unfettered freedom to do what they want, as long as their actions do not infringe on any one else’s freedoms.
    The Cynthiana City Commission is faced with making a controversial decision concerning the sale of alcoholic beverages on Sundays.

  • What the world needs now is love

    By Julie Olt
    Guest columnist
    Many of you are probably familiar with the popular 1965 song “What the World Needs Now,” which was composed by Burt Bacharach. The first stanza goes:
    “What the world needs now is love, sweet love. It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of. What the world needs now is love, sweet love, No not just for some but for everyone.”

  • McCauley releases sixth romance book

    Becky Barnes,

    When Rose McCauley retired from teaching in 1998 there was never a doubt that she would pursue a writing career.
    She claims she has always been one to jot down notes that she might later lace into a story.
    Encouraged by her husband Chester, McCauley has published six books in six years.

  • Church News

    This year’s Vacation Bible School studied some of the events from Joseph’s life. The theme was Egypt: Joseph’s Journey from Prison to Palace so we decorated with an Egyptian theme and the central character was Joseph himself.
    Children step back in time at Egypt, exploring the life of Joseph.
    We are exploring Pharaoh’s palace, experience thrilling “real life” dramas. And play high energy games, sampling tasty snacks and hearing unforgettable music.  Plus meet lots of new friends.