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  • Crossword Puzzle

    ACROSS
    1. Papal court
    6. Reggae precursor
    9. Eurasian duck
    13. Very small particles
    14. Politician
    15. Locker room infection?
    16. Actor ____ Fiennes
    17. Like King George, 1760-1820
    18. Salk’s conquest
    19. *Ed of “Thinking Out Loud” fame
    21. “Straight Outta Compton,” e.g.
    23. L.A. landing spot
    24. Under the weather
    25. Madonna’s iconic stagewear
    28. Catcher’s catcher
    30. Approvals
    35. Chaps

  • Black History Month Puzzle

    Across
    6. 1,000 point club member at HCHS and Transylvania (LC teacher)
    7. African American woman helped to create Harrison County/Cynthiana Museum Teacher at HCHS
    8. Graduated last year were cheerleader twins for HCHS
    9. Name of Banneker High school Basketball team
    10. 1st African American woman night supervisor at HMH

    Down
    1. African American Church located on North Locust Street
    2. Former graduate of HCHS in 1992 inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame

  • Puzzle Answers -Black History Month

    Across
    6. 1,000 point club member at HCHS and Transylvania (LC teacher). Bill Custard
    7. African American woman helped to create Harrison County/Cynthiana Museum Teacher at HCHS. Alice Allen
    8. Graduated last year were cheerleader twins for HCHS. Kiah, Kimie
    9. Name of Banneker High school Basketball team. Coyotes
    10. 1st African American woman night supervisor at HMH. Marilyn Wash
    Down
    1. African American Church located on North Locust Street. Ebenzer United Methodist

  • Chamber nominees sought

    It’s that time of year again! The Annual Chamber Awards Banquet is upon us. In fact, the deadline for nominations for the awards is this Friday, Feb. 5.
    Have you taken the time to fill one out and nominate an outstanding individual in our community? It only takes a few minutes and can make a lasting impact on your nominee.
    Looking back over the past year, I can’t help but be excited for Cynthiana’s future. So many individuals stand out in my mind that have committed to making an impact on community.

  • Is it time to refresh Black History Month?

    February is Black History Month, and as such, sparks some debate, from all races, about the continuing usefulness of designating one month for one race of people.
    Increasingly, it seems that Black History Month is simply relegated to a symbolic march in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and very little else.
    Shouldn’t it be more than that?

  • Black History Month Puzzle

    Across
    4. African American undertakers and owners of funeral home
    6. 1st African American Harrison County Track Coach
    7. Was the location of African American Legion Hall in Cynthiana
    10. Drafted by Cincinnati Reds right after graduating from HCHS
    12. African American woman to lobby in Washington D.C. for flood control and receive a BLANK check for project in 1998
    13. Only African American Baptist Church in Cynthiana

    Down

  • Puzzle Answers -Black History Month

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    4. African American undertakers and owners of funeral home - Bradshaw
    6. 1st African American Harrison County Track Coach - Robert Walker
    7. Was the location of African American Legion Hall in Cynthiana - China House
    10. Drafted by Cincinnati Reds right after graduating from HCHS - Brian Williams
    12. African American woman to lobby in Washington D.C. for flood control and receive a BLANK check for project in 1998 - Alice Allen
    13. Only African American Baptist Church in Cynthiana - Macedonia Baptist

    Down

  • A prosecutor’s perspective

    As I sit here typing and watching the snow fall silently outside my window, I have a moment to reflect on the past year at the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office and think about what the future holds.
    It has been a busy and successful year for our office.  
    In 2015, our office obtained indictments in 253 new cases and closed out a total of 532 cases via sentencing, probation revocation hearing, or other final disposition. We have prosecuted a large number of cases this year, and most of them were drug-related.

  • Main Street News

    Last week I attended my first conference for Cynthiana Main Street. I traveled to Frankfort for three days to attend the Kentucky Main Street Conference.
    Unlike most conferences and seminars, this event was hands on. I set up a table in the Capitol Rotunda and spoke with legislators about Main Street. I was fortunate enough to meet with our own Rep. Tom McKee and attended an afternoon session.
    Many questions were asked about Main Street and I wanted to answer a couple of those for our community.
    Who is Main Street? What is the purpose of Main Street?

  • A job well done by city, county and state road workers

    I’m over winter. I’m ready for robins to sing and flowers to bloom.
    I’m even ready for hay fever.
    I’m not ready for another “snow event.”
    However, if it happens, I know that the road crews who cover Harrison County will have my back.
    They always do.
    From the time I got my drivers license to last week, they made sure the roads were clear.
    The most recent snow event was more scare than there. However, it did bring out the unsung heroes of Harrison County.
    I’m so proud of our road crews.