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Today's News

  • Museum Musings

    * Cynthiana Democrat, March 2, 1944 -- “The formal opening to the public of the National Bank of Cynthiana building, recently remodeled after it had burned in a destructive fire the latter part of August, was held Saturday evening. Hundreds of people visited the beautiful banking house where they were greeted by bank officials and personnel of the institution. Dr. Bob Loftin’s ‘Commanders’ furnished beautiful music for the occasion. Solos were by J. C. Watkins and Carolyn Stevens.”

  • Reunions

    CLASS OF 1987
    The Harrison County High School Class of 1987 will hold its 25th reunion on Saturday, Nov. 3 at the Roh’s Opera House, 133 E. Pike St., Cynthiana, from 8 p.m. to midnight.
    Remember when everyone met up at the movies on Tuesdays and Thursdays? Come reminisce. It’s now owned by our own ‘87 classmates Phillip Nickerson, Roger Slade and James Smith. We will mix and mingle and enjoy hor d’oeuvres. Cash bar will also be available.

  • ‘Important things’ are happening on the Hilltop campus for LVC

    The Licking Valley Campus is not quite 25 years old and we might think it a bit presumptuous to even think of us in terms of “history.”  Perhaps it would be more sensible to think of Licking Valley Campus as one stop on an educational continuum in this area.
    Sometimes a natural development of circumstances coincides with a time and place and important things happen.

  • Mini Miss Jefferson County
  • World National Horse Show
  • Busy community is a successful one

    I’m excited for Cynthiana and Harrison County.
    There are some good things happening here that are moving us along.
    I hear the negative comments. I know we need industry and we need jobs more than anything else, but to paraphrase my grandmother, sometimes you can make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.
    We’re not going to solve world hunger here, but we can certainly take pride in the good things that are happening.

  • How does God see you now

    It’s no surprise to people who know me that I am not a fancy Nancy.
    I’m not plain, and I am (I hope) feminine, but I’m definitely not lacy, doily, flowery foo-foo.
    I’m so not a princess.
    That said, I’m constantly getting invited to women’s events that border on the fancy. This past weekend, I was with a group of women at a nearby Victorian hotel, which has fancy in its very structure.

  • Academic briefs

    Among the 206 participants in Eastern Kentucky University’s NOVA program, which serves students with academic potential who are the first in their family to pursue a four-year degree, are:
    Jordan Palmer, of Cynthiana, Kentucky, a Freshman Elementary Education major.
    Megan Perrin, of Berry, Kentucky, a Senior Public Relations major.

  • Church News

    BERRY CHRISTIAN
    Berry Christian Church will host their Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring local artists and crafters which include Rada Knives, Tupperware, 31 Handbags, Just Jewelry and handmade jewelry, Tastefully Simple, Wickless Candles and more.
    Lunch will be available. Call 234-1765 or 234-5197.
    CALVARY ASSEMBLY

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Emma Katherine Courtney, Sept. 27, daughter of Joel and Jenny Courtney; Blake Thomas Furnish, Sept. 15, son of J.T. and Kristy Furnish; William David Lucky, Sept. 12, son of Ernie and Julie Lucky.
    The Colemansville Store has new owners. Jason and Donna Cox purchased the business on July 17. The store reopened on Aug. 2 after a little remodeling a little country charm added. The store is located Ky. 1032 West, about a mile and a half from Berry.