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Today's News

  • Cardinals
  • Clothing Closet’s call for help

    Cynthiana/Harrison County Clothing Closet may be closing its doors on needy families if more help is not provided.
    Clothing Closet coordinator Linda McGowan said that if the highly used ministry is not provided a new place to operate, the Clothing Closet will be closing the doors to the families of Cynthiana and Harrison County.
    Since the Clothing Closet opened in January 2002, the number of individuals and families that have sought the assistance of the ministry has continued to grow each year.

  • Remember health, safety as temperatures rise

    The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services is urging the public to take steps to avoid injury and illness during extreme heat, particularly dangers associated with leaving children in vehicles.

  • Hopefully, busy July means peaceful August

    July may be over, but if you’re like me, you are still trying to get over June being gone.
    The summer has absolutely flown by. I never thought I would see the day where you blink an eye and the day is over.
    I often refer to my Pappaw in many of my columns, probably because he talked a lot and said witty things.
    I can remember telling him that I wished the end of the week was here.

  • FTSB continues InterCity bus service to Lexington

    After starting in the spring of 2009, Federated Transportation Services of the Bluegrass will continue its InterCity bus service to Lexington. This service transports residents of Bourbon, Harrison, and Nicholas counties to Lexington, dropping them off at three locations: Bluegrass Airport, LexTran’s Transit Center, and Greyhound Bus Station.

  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding July 18, 2011
    CIVIL CASES
    Housing Authority of Cynthiana vs. Shebrea Commodore, court trial; forcible detainer sustained.
    Northfield Oil vs. Gail Hornsby, motion hour; default judgment entered.
    Jacqueline Gurnette vs. David Mattox, other hearing; order entered.
    Housing Authority of Cynthiana vs. Johnell Tillery, court trial; forcible detainer sustained.
    FELONY CASES

  • Church News

    FIRST CHURCH
    OF GOD
    Join us on Aug. 12 for a night of gospel music featuring the Soul’d Out Quartet. Soul’d Out is an award-winning southern gospel group that travels throughout the year capturing the heart of audiences across the nation.
    This is an event for the whole family. The First Church of God is located on North Main Street in Cynthiana. The concert begins at 7 p.m. and a love offering will be taken.
    For more information visit www.souldoutquartet.com.

    BREAD OF LIFE
    LUTHERAN

  • 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.

    July 17 – At 5:02 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on Snapco Lane. Charles Tribble was attempting to make a turn onto Snapco Lane and ran off the edge of the road causing his vehicle to become stuck.
    July 25 – At 8:30 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on Robinson Union Road. Jack Burden was driving on Robinson Union Road and struck two mailboxes and a tree.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    July 20 – At 5:11 p.m., Jennifer Vanderen reported that her 10k gold ring was taken from the apartment building where she was cleaning. On July 25, Vanderen reported to police that she saw her ring at Cynthiana Jewelry and Pawn. Police identified the suspect who pawned the ring and a complaint will be issued charging the suspect with theft by unlawful taking.

  • Coming home to Jesus and not a denomination

    A while ago someone sent me a newsletter from The Coming Home Network International.
    Attached was a note that read: “Mrs. Kennedy, I understand you are a lapsed Catholic. If so, you may find this (newsletter) of interest. Why not return to our Mother Church?”
    It was signed, “a friend.”
    In the newsletter, a woman who had grown up as a Catholic wrote about meeting some evangelical Protestants, including the man she eventually married, and spent 20 years attending Protestant churches before returning to the Catholic Church.