Today's News

  • Harrison Family Court

    Judge Barbara Paul
    presiding Feb. 19, 2014
    Robert Crouch vs. Heather Crouch, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.
    Elizabeth Maria Wilson vs. Victor Alonso Martinez, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.
    Lloyd Thomas Rose vs. Judy Lynn Rose, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.
    Sarah Elizabeth Forsythe vs. Christopher Thomas Custard, motion hour; agreed order entered.
    Stephen Dahmer vs. Marilyn June Dahmer, motion hour; (motion for custody), order entered.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    Feb. 7 -- At 1:14 p.m., Cindy Clark reported that a family member had been using her debit card account to pay bills for over a year. She said she permitted Lisa O’Brien, her niece, to use the card in the past and she suspects she had her accounts with Columbia Gas and her satellite television provider to make automatic withdrawals. Clark did not want to pursue criminal charges at the time and the woman agreed to pay back the nearly $3,000.

  • School Menus

    * Menus subject to change due to weather and delivery.

    MONDAY: Pancakes with syrup, yogurt or cereal, toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    TUESDAY: Cinnamon toast, string cheese or cereal, toast, yogurt, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    WEDNESDAY: Scrambled eggs, yogurt or cereal, toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    THURSDAY: Breakfast pizza or cereal, toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.

  • Brown to give presentation on dealing with the dying

    A local Harrison County church is welcoming a national expert to address the emotionally difficult process of maintaining a close relationship with friends or family in the final days or weeks before death.
    Ryland Brown, an expert in the study of death and dying,  will be a special invited guest of Cornerstone Christian Church. He will be giving an acclaimed presentation entitled Looking from the Bed: How to Love and Serve the Dying on Saturday, March 1, from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Harrison County Extension Office.

  • Ky. Farm Bureau celebrates Food Check-out Week

    Harrison County Farm Bureau participated in the Food Check-Out Week Feb. 16-22.
    The annual campaign commemorates America’s healthy, nutritious, abundant and affordable food supply.

  • Results from the Police Explorer Winterfest 2014 competition held in Gatlinburg

    On Saturday, Feb. 8, 16 members of the Cynthiana Police Explorer Post 714 traveled to Gatlinburg, Tenn. to participate in the Winterfest competition. These explorers competed against 67 other Police Explorer posts in various competitions related to law enforcement as well as two individual shooting events. In total 3,105 Explorers and venturers participated in the weekend competitions. The following denotes how Post 714 placed in the Law Enforcement events as well as the individual shooting events.

  • Council for Burley Tobacco accepting grant applications

    The Council for Burley Tobacco is now accepting grant applications for the 2014 spring funding cycle. Deadline for the spring application period is 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 6.
    Projects should be geared to research, education and promotion projects to benefit the burley tobacco industry. Requests from individuals/institutions not related to the burley industry will only be considered if there is a clear, significant benefit to the burley tobacco farmers or organizations.

  • Safe driving. “Alive at 25”
  • Two police officer recruits take oath at Tuesday’s city meeting

    Two police officer recruits were sworn in at Tuesday’s Cynthiana City Commission.
    Lewis E. Crump III and Justin F. Jett will begin classes at Eastern Kentucky University March 17 and will continue for 18 weeks.
    Police Chief Ray Johnson said that the new recruits will join a third recruit, Matt Royce, who should complete his training at the police academy in August.
    The three recruits will bring the total police officers to 17 if all officers on the roll now remain with the department.
    In other business, the commission: