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Today's News

  • Daughter's death raises awareness of P.O.T.S. disease

    The tragic circumstances that led to the premature death of a young Harrison County mother has inspired a family to raise public awareness of a disease that is uncommon enough to go undiagnosed for years.

  • Republican Party Elephant Stomp

    Elephant stomp.

     

     

    The Republican Party of Cynthiana hosted the 19th annual Elephant Stomp on Oct 19. Speakers included US Senate Candidate Matt Bevin and 4th District US Congressman Thomas Massie.

  • 95th birthday celebration

    ames Webber Davis recently celebrated his 95th birthday with family. “Webber” was a World War II veteran and served Harrison County-Cynthiana as Chief of Police (1960-1964), deputy sheriff (1964-1968), and sheriff (1968-1972). Pictured with Davis are: standing from left, daughters Phyllis Johnston and Peggy Cain, and grandson James Smith.

  • Brunker to celebrate 90th birthday

    A 90th birthday celebration will be held for Mary Lois Brunker on Sunday, Nov. 10 from 2-4 p.m. at Cynthiana Christian Church.

    In lieu of gifts, please share your fondest memories and birthday wishes in a card to be collected.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .

    Births announced this week are: No births to report this week.

    Building site sought for new post office. Cynthiana’s post office was listed as fifth out of the 13 most critical problems for capital improvement in the Cincinnati district.

  • Homemaker trip to Branson

    The Harrison County Homemakers traveled to Branson, Mo. for their fall trip Oct. 7-11. Fifty-three members and guests enjoyed touring the Branson area, shopping, visiting the College of the Ozarks, and seeing five shows. The shows were: The Duttons, Joseph, Baldknobbers, New Jersey Nights and Shoji Tabucci. The 2014 fall trip will be Oct. 6-11 and will be traveling to Georgia visiting St. Simon Island, Jekyll Island, and Savannah. Plan to join the homemakers for a visit to these interesting sites.

  • Harrison County Middle School Reading Counts
  • Omega recognized as a three-star chapter

    Omega chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at the home of Charlene Dawson on Monday, Oct. 7 with nine members present. Guests Kay Cox and Cheryl Case were welcomed. 

    Following the opening ritual, members answered roll call by describing how they decorated for Halloween or a special Halloween memory. 

  • Nathan Alan Williams

    Justin and Jillian Williams of Cynthiana announce the birth of Nathan Alan Williams.

    He was born at Harrison Memorial Hospital on Aug. 30, 2013. He weighed 8 lbs. 5 oz. and  is welcomed by his sister Addison Williams.

  • Church News

    CYNTHIANA BAPTIST CHURCH
    All kids have heroes.  At Cynthiana Baptist Church’s Heroes Unmasked event, kids will meet heroes worth having—and have a ball at carnival games as well.
    Heroes Unmasked is a way for kids to learn more about God’s love. Children and their families will encounter costumed Bible Hero Actors, play more than a dozen carnival games, do crafts, and collect Bible Hero Cards to trade and treasure.