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Today's News

  • What can wash away all sin?

    On May 30, 1978, the blood of Jesus cleansed me from all my sin.
    Actually, that happened 2,000 years before that, but I didn’t know it until that day.
    As my Jesus-anniversary present this year, I bought myself a CD of old hymns set to new music. It’s called “For All the Saints,” the third Indelible Grace project. (See www.igracemusic.com)

  • Church News

    FAIRVIEW BAPTIST
    Fairview Baptist Church, Kelat, at the intersection of Hwy. 1032 and Hwy. 1744, will be having their annual fall revival. There will be a cacophony of various speakers and special music. The revival will be Aug. 25-27 beginning at 7 p.m. each night.  
    •Thursday, Aug. 25 the speaker will be Bro. Damian Kindle with special music by Mr. and Mrs. Danny Brannock and Cindy Hill.
    •Friday, Aug. 26, we will here a message from Bro. Rick Lockhart with special music by The New Zion Baptist Choir and Mike Cummins.

  • School Menus

    Aug. 29-Sept 2
    BREAKFAST
    ST. EDWARD SCHOOL
    MONDAY: Cereal choice, cinnamon rolls, fresh fruit, juice choices, choice of milk.
    TUESDAY: Sausage/egg and biscuit or cheerios w/milk, fruit, juice choices, choice of milk.
    WEDNESDAY: Waffles w/syrup, bacon, fruit, juice choices, choice of milk.
    THURSDAY: Grilled cheese sandwich, fresh fruit, juice choices, choice of milk.
    FRIDAY: Breakfast pizza, yogurt, fruit, juice choices, choice of milk.
    ALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, Aug. 25
    Historical Book for the month of August will be Coop: A Year of Poultry, Pigs and Parenting by Michael Perry. Will meet Thursday, Aug. 25 at 5:30 p.m. Copies of the book are available at the front desk at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library.

    FRIDAY, Aug. 26

  • Brown suit dismissed

    Kay Brown, wife of former Cynthiana mayor Jim Brown, has dismissed a civil suit filed against her husband's legal guardian, Edwin Culbertson, which she had filed in Johnson County Circuit Court.

    The suit alleged that Culbertson acted “wrongful and contemptible” in his capacity as temporary limited guardian to Mr. Brown.

    For the complete story, see this week's Cynthiana Democrat, which will be on newsstands Wednesday afternoon.

  • Pit bull dog shot after attack in Antioch

    A pit bull dog was shot in Antioch Friday morning after it allegedly jumped on a child who was waiting for the school bus.
    Harrison County Animal Control officer Alan Fryman said the dog was a stray that the Snake Lick Road property owner said had been hanging around for a few days. It had never exhibited any aggressive tendencies until Friday morning.
    Fryman said the bus driver helped the children onto the bus and the property owner pulled the dog away.

  • Soccer Breds drop 4-0 opener to Newport Catholic

    The night got off to a late start with West Jessamine 30 minutes late for the first game and it never got any better for the Thorobreds as they fell 4-0 to Newport Central Catholic.  
    The first match of the Thorobred Classic was won by West Jessamine, 1-0, over Bourbon County in an affair marred with red and yellow cards throughout.  
    Bourbon County had one player dismissed for intentionally stepping on a West Jessamine player and with 49 seconds left in the game, playing one short caught up with them as they lost 1-0.

  • Fillies Soccer opens with 3-0 loss to Dixie Heights

    The youthful Harrison County Fillies started the new season Monday night with a hard-fought 3-0 loss to northern Kentucky power house Dixie Heights.  
    The 5A Lady Colonels were too powerful for the Fillies to hold out of the net.  
    The Fillies played well overall, but youth and inexperience at many positions led to their eventual downfall.  

  • Football Breds fall in final tune-up before season begins

    Franklin County showed why it is the eighth rated team in 5A football on Friday night as they scored six times in the scrimmage in Frankfort against the Harrison County Thorobreds.  
    The Thorobreds had the ball first and ran some running plays with good results before changing gears and working on the passing game.  
    Using the scrimmage to find areas that needed work was the plan for the Thorobreds, and Coach Mark Carroll was satisfied that they have things to work on before the season starts on Saturday.  

  • HCHS golfers pick up win at Mason County, Fillies still winless

    The Harrison County Thorobred golfers got into the win column for the first time this year at Mason County last Wednesday as they edged the Royals 167 to 171.  
    Shalyn Barnes was the medalist for the Breds with a 39 followed by Anthony Shirley with a 41, Stephen Lemons, 43 and Zach Schneider, 44.
    The Fillies dropped their match 163 to 182.  
    Seventh grader Sara Holland led the Fillies with a 54, Katelin Martin with 60 and Katherine Chumley 68 rounded out the scoring.  
    Mason County’s Jordan Fordge was the medalist with a 47.