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Today's News

  • Some odds and ends before the fourth

    I feel like I need to express my concerns and observation about the Recreation Department situation and what I think I know about what is going on there.  
    As most of us know the director resigned, asked to be rehired all at nearly the same time and is no longer the director.  
    Jim Roberts is acting director, which is an even more difficult job than being director and he is doing his level best.  

  • Hutchison changes plea on federal indictment

     

    Richard Lee Hutchison, the Harrison County man who faced a federal indictment on drug charges, entered a guilty plea last week in U.S. District Court in Lexington.

    The plea agreement was entered on  June 18 by Judge Joseph Hood.

  • Sports beat

    Church league softball sign ups
    now being accepted
    Park and Recreation is accepting team sign ups for church league softball. League will start on or about July 15 and run through Sept. 16.
    For more details call Jim Roberts at 859-298-5113.

    Harrison County Youth Football needs volunteer coaches

  • Fab Fourth is Saturday at Flat Run Park

    It won’t be the Fourth, but it promises to be Fabulous just the same.

    This year’s Rotary-sponsored Fabulous Fourth will be Saturday, June 29, at Flat Run Veterans’ Park. This will be the second year the event will be staged at the Park and not on the Hilltop, said Ralph Deitemeyer, co-chair of the event.

  • Score 'N' More
  • Brown complains to federal judge

     

    As the Brenda Kay Brown bankruptcy case continues in U.S. District Court with motions and orders based on a settlement agreement that was reached Aug. 24, 2012, and is now under appeal, Brown is making a claim that she was misled by attorneys as well as questioning the motives of the bankruptcy trustee.

  • Property Transfers

    Larry M. Judy, through his duly appointed guardian, Steven C. Judy, and Clara M. Judy to Edwin M. Culbertson-Trustee, to Larry M. Judy and Clara M. Judy, property in Harrison County.
    Larry M. Judy, through his duly appointed guardian, Steven C. Judy, and Clara M. Judy to Edwin M. Culbertson-Trustee, to Larry M. Judy and Clara M. Judy, property in Harrison County.
    Larry M. Judy, through his duly appointed guardian, Steven C. Judy, and Clara M. Judy to Edwin M. Culbertson-Trustee, to Larry M. Judy and Clara M. Judy, property in Harrison County.

  • FNB merges, changes name to Farmers Deposit Bank

    The name is changing, but the faces will be the same.

    Beginning Monday, July 1, Farmers National Bank will take on its new name -- Farmers Deposit Bank, said Brent Hoptry, president and CEO of Farmers.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    June 19 – At 8:08 a.m., a non-injury accident was reported on US 62 eight miles from town. Richard McKinstry was traveling on US 62 when he tried to pass a vehicle that was turning left and struck Forest Lakes in the rear.
    June 17 – At 1:56 p.m., a non-injury accident was reported on US 62 in the city limits. Mara Gant was pulling out of a parking lot on US 62 when she struck a vehicle owned by Amanda Switzer.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    June 13 – At 3:15 p.m., Autumn Adkins reported that the tire on her vehicle had been cut while it was parked at Red Carpet Liquor Store.
    June 14 – At 3:05 a.m., police were called to the area of the Oddville Avenue Laundromat and Red Carpet where someone was seen walking behind the building. Police found no one, however, there was a vehicle parked at the liquor store that had a window broken out. The vehicle belonged to Christin Covey, who could not be located at the time.