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Letters

  • Business park not a bust

    To the editor:
    I am responding to your article in the May 10 issue of The Cynthiana Democrat entitled, “Don’t start it unless you know you can finish it.” Your statement, “bad spending that has been done in the past and the lack of enthusiasm for correcting possible bad investments” is an incorrect assessment of the situation. I would like to reply for the record...

  • Don’t vote on name recognition

    To the editor:
    The last time the federal budget was passed before the beginning of the fiscal year was 1994.  How hard can it be to make a budget when you borrow over one third of what you spend?  There are frequent reports of politicians and bureaucrats spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on trips and entertainment.  Pet projects costing millions are routinely added to unrelated legislation.  If you pay taxes it is your money that is being wasted.

  • Continue to support the arts

    To the editor:

  • Our world is suffering

    To the editor:
    I’d like to comment on Ronald Dumm’s letter in agreement with my opinions.
    Like him, we can go anywhere out of Cynthiana and find gas prices 11 cents cheaper. We need to boycott them nationwide so my suggestion is to use the date of the Kentucky Derby (May 5). Fill up on the fourth and go the fifth, sixth and seventh without a drop. Make your full tank last three days.
    Also, I’m with him on Romney being a Morman which gives me no choice. I will not be voting. It’s sad because I am very political but not this time.

  • Keep McKee in

    To the editor:
    This letter is to endorse state Rep. Tom McKee in his bid to continue to represent the 78th Kentucky House District. We are fortunate to have a legislator so well-respected, experienced, and capable to speak and work for our district in the Kentucky General Assembly.
    Tom works tirelessly for our district and for all Kentuckians.   As our advocate in Frankfort, he has always endeavored to help his district and the entire state become stronger and more economically progressive.

  • Thanks for the memories

    To the editor:
    March 31, 2012, was my last day at Dr. Wright’s office. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of my patients for the privilege of caring for you and your families for the last seven years.  I wish you all the very best.

    Lyn England, PA-C

  • Cynthiana Museum is a must visit

    To the editor:
    This past Saturday, we came to your town to attend the Raggedy Ann Festival. It was nice despite the weather. As we were going back through town, we saw a sign on an old theater saying “Museum.” We decided to stop, and let me tell you we were so glad we did.

  • A gem to the community

    To the editor:
    Our community has a  “gem” not too far from the heart of downtown Cynthiana and several runners this weekend got a chance to glimpse it.  

  • Looking for descendants

    To the editor:
    My parents and I will be traveling to your community to do family research in May. We would be interested in meeting with any descendants of Elijah M. Bailey (wife Susannah Edwards). We are also interested in meeting with any descendants of James G. Kearns/Kerns (wife Elizabeth Ann Wheeler).
    We have reserved a room at the Cynthiana Harrison County Museum on May 12 from 3-5 p.m. Please drop by, if you can. We hope to meet some distant cousins and share family history and photos.  

    Susan Ingraham
    P.O. Box 19111

  • Problems with gas and employment


    To the editor:
    I had occasion to drive north this week and as is my normal practice, looked for lower gas prices than those we enjoy in Harrison County. I found $3.89 a gallon in Falmouth, $3.79 a gallon in Cold Springs and $3.63 a gallon in Columbus, Ohio. I guess its that evaporation and distance from the refineries again.
    I also noticed quite a few signs advertising incumbent or want-to-be trough  swiller’s, but none of them show party affiliation. Are they ashamed? I certainly can understand why.