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Today's News

  • Tennis team wins at home

    The Harrison County Tennis Team rolled past Bracken County Tuesday afternoon on their home court on the Hilltop. 

    The netters took 12 of the 15 matches as they took their first win of the year in grand fashion.

    No. 1 singles girl, Julie Henson, battled to an 8-8 tie and then lost the tiebreaker, and Katie O’Neal dropped her match to Shelby Hamilton 4-8, but after the two set backs, the Harrison County girls’ squad was only tested in one of the remaining matches.

  • Car crash sends barn up in flames

    One barn is a total loss after a Thursday morning car accident.

    The Harrison County Sheriff’s Department and Harrison County Fire Department units responded to a car accident on Connersville Pike at approximately 11:30 a.m.

    An employee of the Georgetown Frank Shoop car dealership, Adam Smith, 21, was traveling toward Cynthiana when he left the road and ran into a barn.

    After colliding with the barn, the vehicle, a 2008 Pontiac G8 owned by the car dealership, caught on fire.

    The barn and hay inside also caught on fire.

  • Way back when

    10 years ago . . .

    Births announced this week are: Mersadeez Rowe Dietrich, March 2, daughter of Wally and Christina Dietrich; Hannah Malee Duncan, Feb. 10, daughter of Gary and Teresa Duncan; Ryan Holton Moore, March 25, son of Jason and Amber Moore.

    Harrison County is included in the area of Kentucky that will be changing area codes from 606 to 859 on April 1.

    Harrison County Middle School council approves standardized student dress code.

    The City of Cynthiana donates $7,000 to park rehabilitation projects on Pleasant and Water streets.

  • Farming: A Furnish family event

    Farming, for David Furnish, has always been a family event.

    His farming days began when he was a young boy, under the direction of his father and alongside his six brothers and one sister.

    “That’s why our family’s so close,” Furnish said. “If we didn’t do it (farm) together, there’s no way any of us could do it...”

    Furnish was recently honored at the 2010 Chamber of Commerce awards banquet, where he was named Farmer of the Year.

  • Honor Rolls

    EASTside Elementary

    The Eastside Elementary Honor Roll for the third grading period includes:

    Fourth Grade

  • New Drivers

    NEW DRIVERS

    Madelin Schroeder, Mason Hill, Shalyn Barnes, Quinne Moore and Paul Jones.

  • Church Briefs

    BATTLE GROVE

    CEMETERY SERVICE

    Battle Grove Cemetery’s annual Easter Sunrise Service will be Sunday, April 4 at 7 a.m. on the concrete pad in the vault area. Pastor James Smith from Mt. Carmel Christian Church will conduct the service.

    CHURCH OF THE

    ADVENT

    God’s Pantry Senior Food Program, pick-up on Thursday, April 1 between 1-3 p.m. at the Church of the Advent on Walnut Street. Registration for those 60 and older, need verification of age, household income, and Harrison County residency.

    COLEMANSVILLE

  • Museum Musings

    * Early in 1994, a small group of people interested in this community and history agreed to establish a museum. I encouraged one of our local historians, the late George Slade, to write a column to promote the museum. George composed, I typed the column for him, named it “Museum Musings,” and submitted it to The Cynthiana Democrat for publication. This column first appeared in the paper on March 31, 1994. Thanks to the newspaper staff and to the community for their faithfulness to this column and to the museum. Martha Shropshire Barnes.

  • Harrison County Circuit Court

    HARRISON CIRCUIT COURT

    Judge Robert McGinnis

    presiding March 16, 2010

    CRIMINAL CASES

    Gary Courtney Jr., 1968, arraignment; failure to comply with sex offender registration-first offense, persistent felony offender; arrest warrant not excuted.

    Sheila A. Noble, 1979, diversion completion; case dismissed as diverted.

    Judge Jay Delaney

    presiding March 16, 2010

    CRIMINAL CASE

    William Williams, 1983, change of plea; first degree trafficking in controlled substance/cocaine-second or greater offense; dismissed.

  • Being a winner means never having to say they cheated

    I’ll have to admit that as an official sometimes I take up for them just because but most of the time I don’t. Especially basketball officials because, due to the nature of the game, I believe they sometimes call inconsistently. I don’t mean one official is inconsistent but that from one to the other they call and/or look for different things. But whatever you may believe about officiating some of the remarks that I heard and read after the games Saturday were kind of sad.