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Today's News

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Sept. 15 – At 3:59 p.m., police were stopped regarding animal complaint at 136 Highland Ave. Officers found three Yorkies pinned in one small crate with water and no food. The dogs also appeared to be heavily infested with fleas. Animal control also seized a German Shepherd that had a bad flea problem and was undernourished. Police left the residence but went back later that night with Animal Control and seized the Yorkies. Owner Crystal Adams told police the dogs were outside in the crate because the house was being “bombed” for fleas.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Accident report
    Sept. 19 - at 12:52 a.m. an injury accident involving a motor scooter occurred on KY 36 about four miles outside of town. Gordon Pickett was rounding a corner when he struck a chain link fence and was thrown approximately 20 feet into a wooded area. He was airlifted to the University of Kentucky Medical Center for treatment, but later died of his injuries.
    Sept. 21 - at 1:45 p.m. a non-injury accident occurred four miles outside town on Shady Nook Pike. Julie Cole swerved to miss a dog and ran into a culvert.

  • Property Transfers

    General Warranty Deed: The Estate of Ronald M. Mayer, by Kimberly B. Mayer-Executrix to Donald A. Goodpasture and Natalie Goodpasture, Lot 16 of Edgewater Estates, $240,000.
    William Darwin Martin and Theresa S. Martin to Marlene McKinley, property on Fritz Lane.
    M.E. Northcutt and Goldie Northcutt to Arthur L. Whitaker and Verla M. Whitaker, property on Church Street, Berry, Ky., $65,000.
    Larry F. Yearsley and Barbara Yearsley to Eric G. Yearsley, property on Connersville-Leeslick Pike, $300,000.

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  • CAPTURED ON VIDEO

    LAWRENCEVILLE, IL — All Kylie Pickett wanted to do was share the video of her husband, Staff Sergeant Brandon Pickett, originally of Harrison County, surprising his son at the Peewee League football game. Brandon had returned three months early from his deployment to Afghanistan.

  • Brown contempt hearing continued

     

    On Monday, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Alan Stout continued a hearing to Oct. 1 to decide a motion of why Brenda Kay Brown should not be held in contempt and sanctioned for failing to comply with court orders.

  • Three country churches burglarized Friday morning

    Burglars broke into three different Harrison County churches early Friday morning, stealing computers, a television and several pieces of video equipment.

    Deputy Sheriff Joe Daniel investigated all three burglaries later that same Friday morning as they were reported in succession to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Magistrates give nod to $775K loan for courthouse renovation

    After deliberation about the fiscal court’s commitment to keep tight rein on the county budget for the next decade, the court took the next step in the courthouse renovation project by approving a bid from Civic Financing for a 10-year loan for $775,000 at a fixed interest rate of 1.92 percent.

  • Group wants approval for liquor-by-the-drink sales on Sundays

    Sunday liquor by the drink sales is the goal of two men who approached the Cynthiana City Commission Tuesday.

    Mike Aldridge, president of the Cynthiana City Commission, and Charlie Biancke, vice president, told commissioners they were representing not only the Country Club but also restaurants Don Senor, Rancho Bob’s and the Elk’s Club.