Today's News

  • Crossword Puzzle

    1. What John Wilkes Booth did
    6. *Montana used it to throw 11 Super Bowl TDs
    9. Manufactured
    13. With ample space
    14. Waikiki garland
    15. Policeman’s shocker
    16. Spritelike
    17. Egg cells
    18. Shamu and such
    19. *The coldest Super Bowl venue to-date
    21. *2014 Super Bowl stadium name holder
    23. Australian runner
    24. Fries, e.g.
    25. Actor’s domain
    28. Trans-Siberian Railroad city
    30. *Last year’s power ______

  • Things heating up for new session



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  • Iowa State student begins internship in Cynthiana

    By Becky Barnes, Editor


  • Community Calendar

    SATURDAY, Jan. 18
    Kentucky Essay/Poetry/Artwork. Saturday, Jan. 18 is the first day to turn in African-American pioneers of Kentucky at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library.
    Harrison County Historical Society will conduct its monthly meeting on Jan. 18 at 9 a.m. in the Charles Feix Community Room.

  • Oh Baby, it's cold outside

    Two days of arctic weather brought out cold-weather gear and kept in many residents.

    The county joined forces with Red Cross, Salvation Army and others to open a shelter for those needing to get out of the weather.

  • Steel Magnolia’s cast selected

    The harriCYN Community Theatre proudly announces the cast for its upcoming spring production of Steel Magnolia’s, directed by Nell Anne Gossett and Jody Hendricks, to be held at the Rohs Opera House, March 27-30.

    The cast is as follows: Truvy--Becky McNees Fisher; Annelle--Tonya Wagonner; M’Lynn--Anne Berry Hodge; Shelby--Rachael Lorenze; Clairee--Robin Glascock; and Ouiser--Mary June Brunker.

  • Calling on behalf of HMH, scammers say

    Harrison Memorial Hospital officials reported that individuals in the community are receiving phone calls from an 866-218-7985 number with an automated call identifying itself as “Harrison Memorial Hospital.” 

    Officials said they want to make it clear that these calls are not from Harrison Memorial Hospital. 

  • First baby of the new year

    Aria Marie Martinez was born January 1, 2014 at 8:51 a.m. to parents Leona Saylor and Raul Martinez of Cynthiana. Dr. Derek Clarke, left, was the obstetrician who helped deliver the baby. The baby was swift in coming. Labor started at about 4:20 a.m., Saylor said. Martinez has a brother, Morgan Chance Martinez, 4, and grandparents John and Diann Saylor, Eduardo Martinez and Jovita Ortega.

  • Heroin, Oxycodone trafficking top grand jury charges

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    During the first grand jury session of 2014, jurors handed down 19 indictments, 14 of which were for trafficking in controlled substances.