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  • Viewpoint

    Americans are a fickle bunch.
    It doesn’t take long for the novelty of something new and exciting to wear off and become mundane and uninteresting.
    Unfortunately, I get the impression that the Rotary Club-sponsored Fabulous Fourth might be falling into that latter category.
    For those of you who don’t remember, the Fabulous Fourth celebration that we have enjoyed locally, is a relatively new phenomena.

  • Statepoint Crossword Puzzle Solution
  • Statepoint Crossword Puzzle

    ACROSS
    1. Like Catherine or Peter, in Russia
    6. Norwegian band of “Take on Me” fame
    9. “I call first ____!”
    13. “Home on the ____”
    14. Charlie Parker’s style of jazz
    15. Comedian Silverman
    16. Not upright
    17. Greek H
    18. Acrobat maker
    19. *Like the July 4th holiday
    21. *Pre-state state
    23. Thanksgiving tuber
    24. Hold as a conviction
    25. Ides mo.
    28. Expunge
    30. Catching like a cowboy

  • Statepoint Crossword Puzzle Solution
  • Statepoint Crossword Puzzle

    ACROSS
    1. Fastening device
    6. Computer-generated imagery, acr.
    9. Savannah College of Art and Design
    13. Of the kidneys
    14. Not decaf.
    15. Flourishing
    16. “The ____ of defeat”
    17. Tide alternative
    18. “PokÈmon,” e.g.
    19. *Hitting the water
    21. *In the open air
    23. RNs’ org.
    24. Not happening
    25. Eastern title
    28. Open-mouthed astonishment
    30. Muslim woman’s headscarf
    34. Foul substance

  • What a fantastic summer it has been!

    June didn’t disappoint and July is sure to be just as great.  
    Last week, Cynthiana Main Street had the pleasure of participating in The Longest Day of Play. It was great seeing all those kids enjoying outdoor games and activities.  
    With the generosity of A-Action Pest Control, Cynthiana Main Street gave away 10 bicycles that evening.  The Longest Day of Play is definitely a great event in our community and the organizers do a fantastic job each year.

  • Viewpoint

    In just a few short months, your Cynthiana Democrat will be celebrating its 150th year in print.
    Sesquicentennial, that’s the official word for 150 years.
    To go along with the year of celebration, there are a few things we are looking for.
    Who has had the longest, continuing subscription to the local newspaper? Who is the oldest subscriber?
    We have several faithfuls who come into the office on Wednesday afternoon just to get the news first.

  • Galley Proof Press
  • Fairy doors, painted rocks and google eyes, Oh my!

    By Tomi Jean Clifford

  • We can make our own decisions

    I suppose I should be counted among those who feel that the best government is that which governs the least.
    I am not, nor have I ever been, a proponent of having rules and regulations just for the sake of having rules and regulations.
    Citizens should have unfettered freedom to do what they want, as long as their actions do not infringe on any one else’s freedoms.
    The Cynthiana City Commission is faced with making a controversial decision concerning the sale of alcoholic beverages on Sundays.