Today's News

  • Christmas concert to benefit three organizations

    Christmas will be the theme of a benefit concert blending local talent with headliner Mark Bishop as the featured artist on Dec. 8, 6:30 p.m., at the Rohs Opera House.
    Bishop, of Irvine, Ky.,  will bring a variety of traditional holiday and spiritual Christmas music, said Sally Levi, one of the event organizers.
    Benefactors for the concert will be the Cynthiana-Harrison County Food Pantry, The Clothes Closet and the Harrison County Ministerial Association.

  • HCMS football recap

    The Harrison County Middle School Colts 7th and 8th grade teams had very successful seasons in 2011.
    The 7th grade team finished the regular season with a record of 7-1 and placed second in the Bluegrass Conference. They played Scott County in a playoff game.  
    The 8th grade team had a 6-2 record and finished in a 3-way tie for second place in the conference. However, the tiebreaker system was not in their favor which prevented them from making the playoffs.

  • Butler woman killed in head-on crash with semi

    Thanksgiving was likely a sad day for the family of a Pendleton County woman who was killed in a tragic accident Wednesday.
    Cynthiana-Harrison County dispatchers received a call on the morning of Nov. 23, for an accident involving a tractor and trailer on US 27 north around 8:34 a.m.
    As first responders arrived on the scene, located in a curve near Upper Curry Road, they were met by an unsettling scene.

  • Sports beat

    Middle School Colts
    continue winning ways
    The Harrison County Middle School Colts traveled to Falmouth Thursday evening and handed the home team a couple of sound defeats as each team improved to 2-1 for the year.  

  • Man arrested in gun-pointing incident

    Harrison County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man wanted for allegedly threatening residents on Prince Lane at gun point.
    According to sheriff deputies, a complaint was called in on Nov. 5 for a man driving around Prince Lane in Berry, causing trouble and pointing a gun at multiple people.
    Deputy Nathan Gasser’s first stop was at 5225 KY 1054 south, where he met with the accused, Scott Dewayne Gaunce, 40.

  • County gives nod to City Hall donation

    Atop the Nov. 22, agenda for the Harrison County Fiscal Court was to vote whether or not to approve a $10,000 donation to the remodeling of City Hall.
    Brought before the court several meetings ago was an idea to partner with the city in matching a private donation given for the remodeling of City Hall.

  • Brockmeyer-Jacobs exchange vows

    Kathryn Gayle Brockmeyer, daughter of Joseph and Peggy Brockmeyer of Dayton, Ky., and Samuel Staton Jacobs, son of George and Donna Jacobs of Cynthiana, were married at 6:30 p.m. on July 16, 2011, at Saint Bernard Church in Dayton, Ky.
    The bride is the granddaughter of Patsy Brockmeyer-Carroll and the late George Brockmeyer and Irma Nell Milner and the late Hobert Milner.
    The groom is the grandson of Earl McNabb and the late Sue McNabb and the late Richard and Elizabeth Jacobs.

  • Noble-Sowder plan August wedding

    Joe and Anna Sowder of Cynthiana, Ky., announce the engagement and forthcoming wedding of their son, Nathaniel Gene Sowder, to Kathryn Elizabeth Noble, daughter of Ray and Gaye Noble of Cynthiana.
    Sowder graduated May 2010 from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. He is employed at Parker Hannifin O-Ring division in Lexington, Ky.
    Noble graduated December 2010 from Bluegrass Community and Technical College with an Associate in Medical Information Technology. She is employed by Dr. Victor G. Lawson, ENT office in Paris, Ky.

  • Museum Musings

    * Log Cabin, Dec. 12, 1941 -- “U.S. at War with Japan, Germany and Italy. Red Cross War Fund launched.”
    * Cynthiana Democrat, Dec. 18, 1941 -- “C. Campbell reported killed in Pacific. Navy Department notified family that William Clarence Campbell was lost in action during hostilities in the Pacific. It is believed he was stationed on the U.S.S. West Virginia.”
    * Log Cabin, Dec. 19, 1941 -- “Guy L. Bridwell, superintendent of the Harrison County R.E.C.C., has emphasized the need for organizing a home guard unit here.”

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Landon Lee Kiskaden, Nov. 1, son of Tammy White and Dean Kiskaden; John Stanley Vaughn III, Sept. 30, son of John  Stanley Jr. and Carol Vaughn.
    Perm Cast LLC, the nation’s only solid mold manufacturer, located in Cynthiana, asks Cynthiana City Commission for help in funding an expansion.