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Today's News

  • Tollesboro Queen
  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Colin Noah Cooper Baber, Aug. 5, son of John and Jamie Baber; Henry Walker Box, July 18, son of Michael and Lea Anne Box; Zaryn Raye Couch, Aug. 4, son of Tiffany and Randy Couch; Blake Ryan Lonaker, Aug. 5, son of Donnie and Nancy Lonaker; David Tyler Ritchie, Aug. 4, son of Tracy Ritchie.
    A Harrison County horse may be infected with the West Nile Virus and the virus was confirmed in Scott County when two dead birds were tested.
    Sewer problems put Harrison County Middle School cafeteria out of order.

  • Museum Musings

    * The Log Cabin, Aug. 15, 1941 -- “Jack Martin has recently purchased a Piper Cub airplane and may be seen frequently flying above Cynthiana and Harrison County. The color is bright red and is easily distinguished in the air from Dr. Bromley’s dark blue Stinson.”

  • Mary Henson Circle holds August meeting

    The Mary Henson Circle met Tuesday, Aug. 8 at Elmarch United Methodist Church for their monthly meeting.
    The meeting began with prayer by Doris Fryman.
    Faye Buzzard was the devotional speaker. She spoke on love and asked the group to sing.
    Pauline Copes, president, gave the blessing for the meal and opened the business meeting. Diana White gave the treasurers report and the minutes were read.
    The September meeting will be the White Elephant Auction and chili supper which will be held at 6 p.m. at Clifton Village.

  • Reunions

    CLASS OF 1992
    The Harrison County High School Class of 1992 will hold its 20th reunion on Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Cynthiana Country Club from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m.
    The cost is $30 per couple or $20 individual. Cost includes finger foods and music.
    For questions, please contact Todd Probus at tprobus@yahoo.com, 859.494.4276, or join the “HCHS Class of 1992 20th Reunion” page on Facebook.

  • New Drivers

    Spencer Covington, Steven Yoder, Raymond Tyler Motell, Kelsie Renee Slone, Ethan Palmer, James Johnson, Christian Persinger, Andrew Wills, Landon Palmer, Catherine Martin, Bailey Cuthbertson.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    July 28 – At 7:58 p.m., Jennifer Perraut, Oddville Avenue, reported that she was receiving harassing text messages.
    July 31 – At 12:01 p.m., Seth Smith of Walmart security reported that he approached an individual inside the store who was allegedly trying to steal items. He ran from the store leaving his pregnant girlfriend behind. A complaint was pursued with the county attorney’s office for Matthew Eubanks. Justin Foreman was arrested and charged with theft by unlawful taking.

  • Harrison County Family Court

    Judge Barbara Paul
    presiding Aug. 8, 2012
    CIVIL CASES
    Allenda Kaye Huber vs. Jeffrey Donald Huber, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.
    Dennis A. Hyatt II vs. Sonja D. Hyatt, domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.
    Jennifer Lynn Ritchie vs. Michael David Ritchie Jr., domestic; testimony taken, decree entered.
    Larry Wayne White vs. Roxanne G. White, domestic; pass to be re-noticed.
    James A. Brown vs. Brenda Kay Brown, motion hour; (motion to dismiss, motion for continuance), passed to be re-noticed.

  • 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.

    Aug. 2 – At 11:35 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on KY 32. Steven Short was traveling on KY 32 when he lost control of his vehicle and exited the road and struck a wire fence.

  • Main Street Program returning

    Revitalizing Cynthiana’s downtown got a boost from the city commission Tuesday when it gave a unanimous nod to pursue of The Main Street Program.
    Bonnie Skinner, Planning Commission director, and Kitty Dougoud, director of Georgetown’s Main Street Program, presented a proposal that will re-establish Cynthiana’s Main Street Program.
    Cynthiana was once part of the state’s program through what was then called Cynthiana Renaissance.