Today's News

  • Free meals, delivery available for Thanksgiving

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer

    The 11th Annual Harvest of Hope Thanksgiving Day meal will be held at the Harrison County High School cafeteria on Thursday, Nov. 24.
    The Thanksgiving Day meal is presented by the Unity Christian Church and is directed by Vickie Faulkner of the Community Education Center.
    “Last year we served 989 meals and all but about 75 of them were deliveries,” Faulkner said of the free meal. “We had 40 sets of drivers making multiple deliveries.”

  • Celebrating nearly a year with donor heart

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer

    Eddie Wayne Fryman has a lot to be thankful for, this Thanksgiving. He is primarily thankful for the gift of life that was supplied by a person that he does not know.
    Fryman, 58, is a happy man by nature with smiling, squinty eyes. However, a year ago, he was anything but happy. His life was hanging in the balance.
    This time a year ago, he didn’t know if he would see another Christmas, let alone another Thanksgiving.

  • Thanksgiving Baskets
  • Church News

    Back by popular demand, the Les Jongleurs Ensemble will perform at Cynthiana Christian Church on Thursday, Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m.  Comprised of trained performers throughout the region, including Cynthiana native Emily Cooper Spencer, the concert will be held in the main sanctuary and is free to the public. However, a free-will offering will be taken to help underwrite concert production costs.

  • “Thank you for the… (breakfast, lunch, dinner)”

    Thanksgiving is almost upon us, and if you are like the millions out there, you are scrambling to get ready for family coming over, a trip, or making plans for a meal. And if you get a moment’s pause in the midst of the frenzy to reflect on giving thanks, you might, like many others, be looking for some major or significant occurrence within the year that compels thanksgiving.

  • An annual Psalm of Thanksgiving

    Editor’s note: Nancy Kennedy has been writing an annual psalm of thanksgiving since 1999 when she first started writing her column.

    Dear God,
    Here I am again, my 17th year of making public my thanks and gratitude to you for yet another year of your faithful kindness and goodness to me.
    Lord, you and I have walked together for nearly 40 years, and even when I’ve strayed from the path, you’ve never left my side or dropped hold of my hand, even for a moment.

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, Nov. 24
    Wedco Harrison County Health Center will be closed Nov. 24 and 25 for the Thanksgiving holiday.

    MONDAY, Nov. 28
    Bookmobile. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library Bookmobile will be available Monday, Nov. 28 at Claysville Store at Noon; Hillside Apartments, 3:30 p.m.
    Yu-Gi-Oh Card Game Meeting. Monday, Nov. 28 at 4 p.m. Bring Your Own Deck. Meet with fellow players to play a game and/or learn how to play. Meets every Monday that school is in session.

  • Property Transfers

    DFDG Properties, LLC to Michael R. Bargo II and Morgan B. Williams, property of the Christian Faith Center, $27,500.
    Debbie Stephens Hadden and David Hadden to Layle F. Lonkard, house and lot in Berry, Ky.
    Gary Raymond Palmer and Delores Palmer to Richard Clay Arnold and Jacqualynne Renee Arnold, property on White Oak Pike (Ky. 356), $280,000.
    Jeffrey A. White to Conley Wayne White and Michaelle Maynard White, property on Hawktown Road (Ky. 1842), Harrison County.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Report

    Nov. 10--Dep. Matt Royse arrested Johnathan M. Halen on the execution of Harrison District Court warrants for Stalking, 2nd Degree; unlawful imprisonment, 1st degree; criminal mischief, 2nd degree; wanton endangerment, 1st degree; assault, 4th degree and criminal trespassing, 3rd degree.
    Nov. 16--Dep. Dean Hutchison arrested Andrea Kelly for violation of a Scott County EPO/DVO.

  • Cynthiana Police Report

    Case reports
    Oct. 17 -- At 1:19 p.m., Tom Dailey of Dailey’s Body Shop reported that seven vehicles were damaged while parked in his fenced-in lot. Police were able to review security video and see the suspect enter each vehicle. Estimated damages were over $10,000. The case remains open.