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Letters

  • Mailbag

     

    To the editor:

    We need to schedule a meeting for anyone interested in helping to maintain the Barlow Methodist Cemetery.

    Since the church has been torn down a cemetery association has been formed to help maintain the Barlow Cemetery. We are going to have a meeting in order to get organized and begin work.

    Some of the things that need to be done by the association are:

    1. Set up a mowing and maintenance schedule

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:

    I would personally like to take this opportunity to thank the Kirkmans, Tony Moore, Tomi Clifford and the Chamber of Commerce, the Harrison County schools’ administration and board, the countless volunteers, our elected officials, the police and fire departments.

    To undertake an event, such as this, and pull it off in 60 days is nothing short of remarkable.

    Cynthiana should be proud and we will remember this day for years to come.

  • Viewpoint

    To the editor:

    Congratulations are in order to Cynthiana and its citizens for organizing and pulling off such a wonderful event to celebrate the success of Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore! The Walking Dead phenomenon has taken the country by storm, and the forethought and planning that went in to Walking Dead Day deserves recognition.

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:

    Sometimes words are not able to carry the weight of our emotions.  To simply say thank you to the city of Cynthiana for The Walking Dead Day seems lacking in proper appreciation for all of the hard work and sleepless hours contributed to the planning and execution of such an extraordinary day.  However, simply saying thank you is all we can do.  

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:

    I am writing to congratulate the HCHS graduating class of 1966 on their highly successful 50 year class reunion.

    Eighty-four graduates and their guests gathered for dinner at the Prizing House on June 30. About 150 people from near and far away shared memories of school days and informed others of life’s adventures since last they met. It was a great occasion.

    I want to encourage other classes to celebrate with reunions.

  • Mailbag

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    To the editor:

    On July 4 at 7:45 p.m., I was returning from Northern Kentucky on Hwy. 36. The light changed and as I proceeded it appeared from the way the orange barrels were that the blacktop area by the bridge was open one way.

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:

    I admire the members of the Cynthiana Commission and the Harrison County Fiscal Court. I am serious. It takes courage to put one’s ego on the line and campaign for the office. I respect the people who do this, even if I disagree with some decisions.  They know that every decision they make will have some degree of opposition. Take for example, code enforcement.  

  • Mailbag

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    To the editor:
    The parishioners of St. Edward thank everyone who supported our Ice Cream Social. Your support helped the Social to be a great success. All proceeds benefit the operation of St. Edward School.
    We very much appreciate the kindness and generosity of our local businesses which provided donations and items for our silent auction. We are grateful to the many members of our local churches and community who stopped by for lunch and enjoyed some of our home made ice cream and cake. Thanks for your support.