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Today's News

  • Fryman-McVey plan September wedding

    Cameron Fryman, along with his grandparents, James and Tammy Fryman of Cynthiana, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of his mother, Brandi Autumn Fryman, to Randall Alan McVey, son of Glen and Mary Abney of Paris, Ky.
    Fryman is a 2002 graduate of Harrison County High School and received her photography certificate from the New York Institute of Photography in 2007. She is employed as a receptionist at Dan Cummins Chevrolet in Paris.
    McVey is a 1986 graduate of Woodford County High School. He is employed as the produce manager at Ken’s in Paris.

  • Talbott trial set for Oct. 26

    A jury trial will be held in Harrison Circuit Court for Jaron Talbott on Oct. 26.
    Talbott, who is charged in the May 29 shooting at Harrison Square that sent two victims to the hospital, has entered a not guilty plea to charges of second degree assault and wanton endangerment.
    A final pretrial hearing will be held Oct. 18.
    He is being held at the Grant County Detention Center on a $25,000 bond.
     

  • Southwood pretrial Aug. 2

    A pretrial conference will be held Aug. 2 in Harrison Circuit Court for Sandra Southwood.
    Southwood is charged with  first degree wanton endangerment, first degree assault, first degree criminal mischief, first degree fleeing or evading and third degree criminal mischief stemming from an incident on Confederate Drive on July 30, 2010.
    Southwood is accused of shooting at her ex-husband and his girlfriend.

  • Moss charges dismissed

    Charges against a Cynthiana teen have been dismissed in Harrison District Court.
    Josh Moss, 19, was charged July 4, in connection with the alleged throwing of a Molotov cocktail into the window of a West Pleasant Street home on June 21.
    Moss’ charges were dismissed Monday without prejudice, which means they can be refiled later.
    Also charged with the first degree attempted arson was Larry Nolen Jr., 22. He is scheduled to appear for a preliminary hearing in Harrison District Court on Monday, July 25.

  • Former KSP trooper’s truck vandalized, reward offered for arrest, conviction

    A retired Kentucky State Policeman is offering a cash reward for the arrest and conviction of those responsible for vandalizing his truck.
    An initial vandalism report taken by Harrison County Sheriff Department Deputy Nathan Gasser was only two days old before an additional report was needed on a Dodge truck owned by former KSP trooper Kenny Jones.
    “I received a call on July 13 in regards to a vandalized truck on KY 3004,” said Gasser. “I met with the owner of the truck, Kenny Jones and observed the keyed marks on the vehicle.”

  • Frames ‘N Christian Things

    In business as Frames ‘N Things for 25 Years, Pat Terhune and her daughter Denise Lyons recognized a need for Harrison County.
    Now operating as Frames ‘N Christian Things, the store has taken on service to area churches and individuals for all things religious.
    Terhune said it wasn’t long after the announcement that Cynthiana’s Christian Bookstore would be closing that her daughter approached her about making sure area churches are able to get their study materials.

  • News briefs

    Choir registration deadline is Friday
    The registration deadline for the Licking Valley Singers Fall Session is Friday, July 22. All are welcome and there are no auditions required. For information or registration, contact Karen Bear, 234-4393.

    Corrections
    An address was incorrectly listed in a recent Records report from the Cynthiana Police Department. Police received a report that a marijuana plant was in plain sight at 119 Second St., Apt. 2.
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  • Kendall Brooke Perraut

    Kendall Brooke Perraut was born to Brad and Tiffany Perraut of Castle Rock, Colo. on May 21, 2011 at SkyRidge Medical Center in Lone Tree, Colo. She weighed 6 lbs. 12 oz., and is welcomed by her brother Connor Perraut.
    Maternal grandparents are Billy and Diane Hicks.
    Paternal grandparents are Daryl and Charlotte Perraut and Billy and Betty Kearns.
    Great-grandparents are Bill Hicks, Ruby Moses, Ruth Ann Perraut, Ann Chamblian, and Marion and Wanda Zumwalt.

  • Combat cross-contamination with safe handling

    Summertime is when there are the most reported cases of food poisoning and stomach distress. One of the reasons could come from improper handling of meats. Make sure you’re keeping your family safe from harmful bacteria when grilling meat and poultry.
    Cross-contamination is how bacteria can be spread. Improper handling of raw meat, poultry and seafood can create an inviting environment for cross-contamination. As a result, harmful bacteria can spread to food and throughout the kitchen.

  • Museum Musings

    * Come help us celebrate the 17th anniversary of your Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum, located at the Rohs Theatre Building on South Walnut Street, during regular hours, Friday and Saturday, July 22-23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    * As it has for several years, WCYN will host Coffee Break from the museum on Friday, July 22. We encourage volunteers to come participate. The museum would not exist if it were not for the faithfulness and dedication of volunteers. Thanks to WCYN for their continued support.