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Today's News

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    The following information from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office indicates drivers and/or owners whose vehicles were involved in accidents.
    Nov. 21 – At 7:45 a.m., a non-injury accident was reported on KY 392. Danni Kemplin was traveling on KY 392 when she lost control of her vehicle in a curve and exited the road and struck a fence before coming to rest.

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, Dec. 1
    Women’s Book Group. Thursday, Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. Will discuss favorite books of 2011 and have a potluck. They do not have to be books discussed in the group.
    FRIDAY, Dec. 2

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Arrests, citations, warnings
    Nov. 11 -- Brandon L. Pugh, 20, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of controlled substance-first, on US 27 South at Fast Max.
    Nov. 11 -- Candis M. Mitchell, 24, was arrested on Court Street and charged with disorderly conduct-second degree.
    Nov. 12 -- Frances N. Martinez, 28, was issued a citation for no insurance on South Walnut Street.

  • Beef Cattle Association holds annual meeting

    The Harrison County Beef Cattle Association held their annual meeting on Monday, Nov. 7 at the Harrison County Extension Office. One hundred and thirty local producers and their family members attended this meeting. The meeting carried significance with visitors from the Franklin County, Ala. area attending the meeting and making a presentation about the help which they received from our county following the tornado outbreak last spring.  

  • Pick poinsettias at their peak

    I seriously cannot believe it is December. It is time to start decorating for the holidays which includes the poinsettia.  
    The poinsettia has been a fixture in American homes as a holiday decoration for as long as most of us can remember.  
    I think it is fair to say that it is considered the ‘official’ Christmas flower. In fact the U.S. Census Bureau says that over 75 million plants were sold last holiday season.  
    The poinsettia is native to Mexico and has been recognized for its beauty and function for centuries.

  • Tis the season for givinig

    FRANKFORT – There is never a bad time to count our blessings, but with Thanksgiving upon us, this time of year especially welcomes a look back on the positive things in our lives.
    I know it has been tough for far too long for many families because of the economy, and yet I am heartened that our sense of charity has never wavered.
    According to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 63 million Americans volunteered at least once last year, and each spent 52 hours on average helping others.

  • The holiday season is more about what we already have

    I celebrated my 25th birthday this past week. I like to think of it as an age where I finally catch an insurance break but my wife was quick to point out that I am now a quarter of century old.
    Once those hurtful however true words were spoken and her little cackling subdued, I began to think about how right she was... and I will never admit it ever again as long as I live.
    I don’t feel older at all, if anything I feel as young as I did when I turned 18 to be honest.

  • Church News

    CYNTHIANA CHRISTIAN
    Manuel Castillo, a native of Guadalarjara, Mexico, will be the featured entertainer at Cynthiana Christian Church on Thursday, Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m.
    The community is invited to attend this presentation. A free will offering will be taken. A banquet will precede the evening’s entertainment.
    Tickets are $12 each and may be reserved  by calling the church office at 234-5332.  Deadline for banquet reservations is Nov. 28.
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    CHRISTIAN
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  • Give thanks with a greatful heart

    “Thou great I AM,” the Puritans wrote in “The Valley of Vision,” “I acknowledge and confess that all things come of Thee — life, breath, happiness, advancement, sight, touch, hearing, goodness, truth, beauty — all that makes existence amiable.”
    Thou truly are a great and gracious God who has been truly good to me.
    Thank you, Lord, for the pleasures of life, for work and sleep, for irritants that refine my rough edges, for hard times that make me tough and good times that make me smile.

  • Following in her family’s footsteps

    “I always knew I wanted to coach, began Camryn Whitaker,” It seemed like the natural thing to do.”  
    The former HCHS all-stater is in her first year as assistant coach to three-time Sun Belt Conference coach of the year Mary Taylor Cowles at Western Kentucky after tenures at Austin Peay and Missouri State University.