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Today's News

  • Harrison County Family Court

    HARRISON FAMILY COURT

    Judge Barbara Paul

    presiding May 19, 2010

    CIVIL CASES

    Amanda Sunshine Hubbard Baker vs. Ruben G. Baker, motion hour; (motion to dismiss), order to dismiss entered.

    Elizabeth Kay Bolen vs. Waford Dan Bolen, motion hour; (motion for child support); order entered.

    Jacklyn Rae Highlander vs. Mark Tyler Doyle, motion hour; (motion for child support), order remanding from docket.

    Kathy Hively vs. Daniel Hively, motion hour; remand from docket, paying as ordered.

  • Property Transfers

    PROPERTY TRANSFERS

    Anna Lee Smith to Ruth S. Wright, Lot 4 - Block B of the Reynolds Addition Subdivision, $92,000.

    Todd A. Puckett and Dana J. Puckett to Joe A. Nichols II and Jennifer Nichols, Track 3- 2.000 acres on New Lair Road (Ky 982), $225,000.

    Mickey Payne and Melissa Lynn Payne to Jessie A. Mattingly, Taylor and Roy D. Taylor Jr., Lot 18 of the Edgewater Estates Subdivision, $275,000.

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, June 10

    Cynthiana Board of Adjustment will meet Thursday, June 10 at 6 p.m. in the Planning Commission Office at the Harrison County Courthouse, South Main Street. The meetings are open to the public.

    Souuse Loss Group. A five-week educational group for individuals who have lost a spouse or significant other on Thursday, June 10-July 8 from 6-7:30 p.m. To register call 859-234-6462 or 1-800-756-6005 or email mmckenzie@hospicebg.org.

  • Harrison County Extension Office welcomes Simon as summer intern

    As the summer begins, the Harrison County extension office welcomes this year’s summer ag intern, Michelle Simon, 21.

    An animal science major, Simon recently graduated from the University of Kentucky, where she was involved in the Brock and Bridle Club, the Agro Business Club, collegiate 4-H and UK’s dairy club.

    She served as an ambassador for the ag college and worked on the university’s dairy farm.

    “I’m excited to be interning in a totally different county,” Simon said.

  • Reunions

    McCAULEY

    Descendants of David Evans and Amanda McCauley reunion will be held June 19 at noon at the Harrison County 4-H grounds.

    MORRISON

    The Morrison reunion will be held July 10 from 11 a.m. to ? at the Scott County Park in the outdoor shelter. Bring a dish, drinks, etc., and enjoy a day of memories.

    For more information call 234-8746.

    RUDDLES MILLS

  • Ashbrook signs with White Sox, heads to Bristol

    Former Harrison County Thorobred and Morehead State Eagle star J.D. Ashbrook signed Monday with the Chicago White Sox.  

    Head area scout for the White Sox, Phil Gulley, was in Cynthiana Monday morning to sign Ashbrook at Biancke’s Restaurant downtown. 

    Ashbrook is to head immediately to Bristol, Va., to check in Wednesday, June 16, for a four day mini-camp before the season gets underway on June 22.

  • Fillies fall to Clark in region final 11-2

    The Harrison County Fillies ended a spectacular season last Wednesday night as they fell in the region championship game, 11-2, to George Rogers Clark. 

    The 32-9 Lady Cards advance to the state championship in Owensboro this Friday to face 29-11 Ashland Paul Blazer.  

    The Fillies’ season ended with a 31-8 record.

    For more on this story, see this week's Cynthiana Democrat.

  • Fire blight in ornamental pears

    This past winter we cut down a handful of old apple trees in the orchard because they were so diseased from fire blight.

    Two large ‘White House’ ornamental pears and a few crabapples are slated for removal, as well.

    I have noticed additional cases around town, which brings us to the question, what is causing so much die-back in ornamental and orchard tress?

    Every couple of years we see an increased incidence of a disease called fire blight on ornamental and fruit trees including apple, crabapple, serviceberry, pear, plum and cherry.

  • Cynthiana Police Report

    CYNTHIANA POLICE DEPARTMENT

    Case reports

    May 15 – At 1:05 p.m., Patricia Walker, Maple Street, and Cyuara Boyers, Penn Street, reported the theft of jewelry totaling $2,399. Police recovered $1,035 worth that had been taken to local jewelry stores and pawn shop.

    May 16 – At 12:05 a.m., Lyndsay S. Mann, Mill Street, reported that while she was away from her home briefly someone entered her home and took a cell phone and xBox game system.

  • Sports Beat

    Sign ups for cheerleading camp going on now

    The Harrison County Youth Cheerleading Camp sign ups for grades K-8 is going on now. The camp will be held at Westside Elementary School on June 14-16.

    Campers must register before June 7 to be assured a camp shirt. Registration forms may be picked up at Leono’s and Movie Warehouse. Cost of the camp is $40. Contact DeDe Shirley at dede.shirley@harrison.kyschools.us for more information.

    Breds wrestling camp to hold

    five session in June