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Letters

  • Don’t forget about our senior animals

     

    To the editor:

  • Fresh meat market needed locally

    To the editor:
    If Cynthiana wants to expand revenue, may I make a suggestion. Anyone that’s wanting to open a good, profitable business why not open a good fresh meat market like we had on Main Street in the early 80’s.
    The closest fresh meat market to us is in Lawrenceburg KY. That is too far to drive with gas prices up.

    Sandy Sageser
    Cynthiana Ky.

  • Magistrate clarifies reason for his vote


    To the editor:

  • Family Fare, a good choice for dining

    To the editor:
    The Family Fare Restaurant is an attractive setting for a very good breakfast, lunch or dinner. Even better you can get breakfast all day there. They have re-opened with a lovely renovation.
    There has been some confusion, however, with their hours of operation. Many of their previous customers think they are just open for a few hours in the afternoon and evening. This is not true as they are open on Tuesday- Saturday from 8am to 9pm and Sunday from 9am to 3pm.

  • Fiscal court still contemplating long-term ambulance solution

    To the editor:

  • HCMS students and teachers deserve praise

    To the editor:
    As parents of students in the Harrison County Middle School and representatives on the Site-Based Decision Making Council (SBDMC) at HCMS, we would like to express our appreciation for the very hard work and improvement in the academic environment that teachers and staff at HCMS have obviously attained over the past several years.  

  • Smithsonian Exhibition was a big hit

    To the editor:
    Now that all closing reports have been sent in, the Cynthiana/Harrison County Trust, Inc. (Museum), would like to publicly thank those individuals and organizations that helped to make the Traveling Smithsonian Exhibition, “Journey Stories” a success. The official count of those registering in the guest book was 915 visitors, with 477 visitors attended the living history special events. Our attendance to the Museum was 12 percent over the same time last year.

  • Vote principles not party

    To the editor:
    The Harrison County Tea Party is committed to the following principals:
    • Adherence to the constitution;
    • Smaller government/lower taxes;
    • Fiscal responsibility/less spending; and
    • Capitalism/free enterprise.
    The following candidates for political office endorse these principals and the Harrison County Tea Party: Williams/Farmer-governor; John Kemper-auditor; Bill Johnson-secretary of State; and Ken Moellman-treasurer.
    Jim Pinson
    Cynthiana, Ky.
     

  • Flat Run Park is good choice for reunions

    To the editor:
    On Oct. 9, 33 descendents of Sidney Harris and Ida Lemons  met in Cynthiana for a family reunion. Traveling from Ohio, Tennessee and other towns in Kentucky, we gathered at Cynthiana’s beautiful park on Oddville Pike. The family was impressed with the shelter house and bathrooms and the general maintenance of the park itself.  
    We enjoyed the excellent accommodations and appreciate your  hospitality in helping to make this a truly special reunion.

    Wilma Brown
    Danville, Kentucky
     

  • Vote for team Democrat

    To the editor:
    I write this letter in order to encourage everyone to vote the straight Democratic ticket on Nov. 8, 2011.
    Incumbent Governor Steve Beshear is doing an excellent job during these hard economic times. His selection of Jerry Abramson as his running mate strenghtens the ticket and brings widespread appeal. This is a team that is tested, trusted and tough.
    Incumbent Attorney General Jack Conway has performed his duties most admirably as he is not afraid to tackle the tough issues and bring justice and equality on behalf of all Kentuckians.