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Today's News

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    April 18 – At 12:46 p.m., Sedrick Nelson reported that he had sold a motorized wheelchair on Craig’s List. He said he had received the check for $2,700 for the payment of the $800 wheelchair. The check was verified as a forgery. He was to advise the buyer when the check cleared the bank and he was to send $1,700 back to the buyer via Western Union. Nelson turned the check over to police.
    April 22 – At 10:34 a.m., Jie Lin of the China House reported that the Bridge Street restaurant was broken into overnight and about $800 taken.

  • Harrison Circuit Court

    Judge Jay Delaney
    presiding May 7, 2013
    CRIMINAL CASES
    Naomi Gifford, 1982, probation revocation hearing; probation violation; admission to allegations.
    Kala Beagle, 1988, other hearing; motion for early termination denied.
    Kevin Southwood, 1985, sentencing; burglary-third degree, 3 counts theft by unlawful taking (firearm), criminal mischief-third degree; 5 year sentence imposed, probation denied.
    Hannah Fryman, 1981, show cause hearing; bench warrant issued, no bond.

  • School Menus

    May 20-24
    * Menus subject to change due to weather and delivery.
    BREAKFAST
    ALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
    Monday: Egg/cheese on english muffin or cereal/toast, fruit, variety of milk
    Tuesday: Breakfast pizza or yogurt or cereal/toast, fruit, variety of milk
    Wednesday:  Cinnamon toast with yogurt or cereal/toast, fruit, variety of milk
    Thursday: No School
    Friday: No School
    MIDDLE SCHOOL
    MONDAY: Cereal or yogurt cup or sausage biscuit, variety of milk and juice.

  • City agrees to pay half of Commission on Aging delinquent taxes

    During a special meeting on Tuesday, the Cynthiana City Commission agreed to pay one-half of the delinquent tax bill for the Commission on Aging.
    Mayor Steve Moses told commissioners that the city’s and county’s portions were adjusted to remove the penalties from the overall bill. The city will pay $22,997.71.
    Moses said that during a meeting with an Internal Revenue Service agent on May 2 that the board of directors were assured there would be no criminal charges filed.

  • A Day at the Derby

    Sporting the latest fashion Southside Elementary Kid’s Club members Bradley Brewer and Haylie Thornsburg were present during the day of the Southside version on the Kentucky Derby at Ingles Stadium.

       

  • Four men face deportation following fatal wreck

     

    A Sunday afternoon wreck claimed the life of one man and sent four others to jail.

    Alfonso Perez Esperon, 37, was pronounced dead on the scene following a wreck on KY 36 approximately six miles west of Cynthiana.

  • Sleeping pre-school student left on bus

    Harrison County Superintendent of Schools Andy Dotson said Tuesday that a pre-school child was left on the school bus on the morning of Thursday, April 18 and that the personnel matter with the bus driver has been addressed.

  • Local man charged with having pictures showing minors in sex act

    Kentucky State Police arrested a Harrison County  man last week from a local nursing facility on sex-related charges.

    According to a KSP release Thomas A. Donlon, 69, was picked up May 2 following a lengthy investigation by KPS and Lexington  Metro Police Department.

  • Brown’s new attorney wants to change trial venue

     

    A new attorney for Kay Brown told Judge Jay Delaney that he would be filing a motion for a change of venue.

  • Father of abused child among 24 indicted Tuesday

     

    The Harrison County father who was previously accused of abusing his young son now faces a single-count indictment.

    David Moore II, 25, was indicted Tuesday on a charge of first degree criminal abuse of a child less than 12 years old.