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Today's News

  • Harrison County overcomes first-half deficit to win region opener

    George Rogers Clark’s Cardinals looked like anything but a team with a 9-20 record in the first half of the final quarter final game of the 10th Region Tournament Tuesday night.  
    The Cards used a very patient offense and some good shooting to take an early lead and maintained it throughout the first period.  
    George Rogers Clark made nine of 12 field goal attempts in the first period to take a 19-16 lead after the first eight minutes.  

  • New Lair Road crossing will be closed Wednesday, Feb. 27

    The CSX Railroad crossing on New Lair Road at 3M,  Bullard and the National Guard Armory will be closed Wednesday, Feb. 27, beginning at 9 a.m. and continuing through about 2 p.m., according to Cynthiana Mayor Steve Moses.
    Moses announced at Tuesday’s city commission meeting that a rail was busted at the crossing and CSX will be making the repairs Wednesday.
    Traffic will be diverted through Cynthiana, he said.

  • Chamber banquet moved to March 19

    The Cynthiana-Harrison County Chamber of Commerce Banquet that was scheduled for this Friday has been moved to Tuesday, March 19.
    The awards program will honor local businessperson, volunteer, citizen, farmer, health care provider, public safety, and teacher of the year.
    It will be held at the Cynthiana Christian Church beginning at 6 p.m.

  • ‘A clean office is the sign of a cluttered mind’

    Hand me that photo.
    Which photo?
    The one beside that stack of papers.
    Which stack of papers?
    The stack that just fell into the floor!!!
    Anyone with office space can recall a time that you have turned around and it appears that an F5 tornado just made its way into your office, leaving behind a trail and multiple piles of paper and in some cases pretzel sticks.
    Can you judge a person by the way they keep their office?
    Can you judge someone by how much they become unnerved when you tilt a framed photo on their wall?

  • Grannis-McNutt to marry April 27 at Cincinnati Zoo

    Kelsey Ann Grannis, daughter of Scott and Michelle Grannis of Cynthiana, and Patrick Walker McNutt, son of Bill and Mary Beth McNutt of Cynthiana, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.
    The private ceremony will take place on April 27, 2013 at 5 p.m. at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens. A reception will follow at the Cynthiana Country Club.

  • Spence-Campbell plan May wedding

    Lori Spence of Cynthiana announces the engagement of her daughter, Ashley Dawn Spence, to David Corey Campbell, son of Brian and Jennifer Campbell of Cynthiana.
    Spence is a 2012 graduate of Maysville Community College and is employed with Toddler Village Day Care.
    Campbell is a 2008 graduate of Harrison County High School and is employed with Securitas.
    The wedding is planned for May 25, 2013. Formal invitations will be sent.

  • Women’s Club holds February meeting

    The Women’s Club of Harrison County held their Feb. 8 meeting at the Cynthiana Christian Church.
    After the pledge of allegiance the lunch blessing was given by Tim Teater.
    Guest were Tim Teater, Kathy Petty and Eleanor Hawarth.
    Spiritual values was given by Willie Sims who introduced Tim Teater.
    Music was provided by Beverly Pierce. Pierce and club members joined in the singing.
    Virgie Wells introduced Sue McKee. McKee gave a book review on “The Secrets of Mary Bowser” by Lois Leveene.

  • Homemaker Briefs

    • Cat Sweatshirt Jacket: Feb. 25 at 9 a.m and 5 p.m. Cost is $5. Deadline to register is Feb. 18. Call 234-5510.

    • Go Red Reception: Feb. 25 at 5 p.m. at the Cynthiana Christian Church.

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    Births announced this week are: Preston Jacob Sharp, Jan. 22, son of Jennifer and Keith Sharp; Gracie Irene Wyatt, Feb. 12, daughter of Chris and Kim Wyatt.
    An 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew will continue in Cynthiana and Harrison County until further notice. The curfew was established to help city and county crews, and emergency responders without traffic snares due to the ice storm.
    Water towers drained due to electricity loss from the recent ice storm. Three of the pump stations are without electric.