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Today's News

  • Black ice creates commuter nightmare; 11 wrecks in four hours

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer
    The Harrison County Sheriff’s office had its hands full early Tuesday morning when black ice caused 11 car wrecks, four of them injury accidents,  within a four-hour time span. One is likely to involve charges, according to Harrison County Sheriff Bruce Hampton.
    On a day in which snow and ice were expected to melt, black ice patches caught many morning commuters by surprise, according to Hampton and deputy sheriff Robert Peak.

  • Mr. Mojo brings message to empower Harrison County students

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer
    “Every person in every school can make a difference” was the key message that Mr. Mojo, a nationally celebrated anti-bullying spokesperson, brought to Harrison County school students Monday.
    Mr. Mojo, also known as Travis Brown, is the high energy spokesperson behind a national campaign to address school bullying. His “No Bullying” tour has received backing from the MTV cable channel and several major media outlets nationwide.

  • Grievance hearing ends with recommendations

    By Becky Barnes, Editor
    Months after nine Cynthiana police officers filed grievances with the Cynthiana City Commission against Chief Ray Johnson, the issue is settled.
    The commission voted unanimously Thursday afternoon to merge a sexual harassment complaint made by the city’s only female officer, Dottie Batte, with the other grievance.
    There were nine active officers with the department who signed the complaint as well as one former officer. Each of the officers testified during the hearing, which began on Jan. 27 and continued over two days.

  • Fayette robbery suspect nabbed in Walnut Street home

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer
    Harrison County and Cynthiana law enforcement arrested a man Friday morning at a Walnut Street apartment who was wanted in connection with an armed robbery in Lexington on Jan. 31.
    Eric Paul Nelson, 35, listed as living in Boyle County, was in custody hours after arriving in Cynthiana. A warrant had been issued for Nelson’s arrest for his role in the armed robbery of a Speedway gas station at the corner of 7th Street and Broadway in Lexington.

  • Did you know?

    Rotary beans and cornbread lunch Feb. 21
    The annual Cynthiana Rotary Club bean soup and  cornbread luncheon will be held at the Cynthiana Presbyterian Church on Friday, Feb. 21, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.  
    All you can eat dine in and to go orders are available. Cost is $7 per person. Tickets can be bought from any Cynthiana Rotarian.

    Go Red reception is Monday

  • Biancke's has second fire

    The Sunday morning fire that closed Biancke’s for the second time in less than nine months could have been a lot worse, according to the 25-year-old owner Mary Todd Ashbrook.
    About 10:30 a.m., while the Sunday morning crowd was having coffee and breakfast, smoke began seeping through the cracks in the floor.
    Ashbrook said she was in her apartment above the restaurant when Jan Taylor Wilson called to tell her that something was wrong. The floor was shaking and smoke was filling up the dining room.

  • Teenagers can sometimes be so ... generic

    "Give'Em Hell, Harry" at Harrison County High School

  • The Most Important Thing

     

     

  • Go Red - Churches support Go Red Month

     

     

    Go Red.
    Picture 1: Members of Oddville Christian Church observed Go Red For Women on Feb. 9 to raise awareness of the serious heart disease.

    Picture 2: Members of Indian Creek Christian Church observed Go Red For Women on Feb. 16 to raise awareness of the serious heart disease.

  • Church News

    CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
    A community event, “Looking from the Bed.” will be held Saturday, March 16, 6-8 p.m. at the Harrison County Extension office.
    Cornerstone Christian Church is hosting the program, which will be presented by Ryland Brown. Discussion will center around practical ways of showing love to those who are dying.
    Brown’s program will focus on topics such as the denial of death, grief, explaining death to children as well as other points of discussion.