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Letters

  • Benefit concert was success

    To the editor:
    The Benefit Concert held downtown last Thursday night with award-winning vocalist Mark Bishop was an amazing demonstration of how a community can come together to show love and support for others.
    There were huge totes filled with food to feed the hungry, gloves and winter scarves to give warmth from the cold and a sizable donation to help those in crisis.

  • Santa Letters

    Dear Santa,
    My name is Syndey McElfresh i am 7 years old  this year for christmas i would like a toy dog that walks all the girl toys and clothes and snow boots and shoes i would also like a wii and some games like lets dance and spongebob i would also like some candy. love sydney
     sydney McElfresh

    Dear Santa,
    My name is Chloe Vance.  May I please have squinkies, La La Loopsy, legos, a tea party, a farm house, and a fake kitchen.  I please want the toys.  Can’t wait to see you.  Chloe Vance.
     

  • Thanks to those who shared their talents


    To the editor:
    The Benefit Concert held downtown last Thursday night with award-winning vocalist Mark Bishop was an amazing demonstration of how a community can come together to show love and support for others.
    There were huge totes filled with food to feed the hungry, gloves and winter scarves to give warmth from the cold and a sizable donation to help those in crisis.

  • Thanks to those who gave to OCC

    Thanks to those who gave to OCC

    To the editor:
    Operation Christmas Child, Harrison County Division, would like to say a big thank you to each and every one who participated in the Operation Christmas Child ministry.  This year’s goal was 1,500.  We are very excited to say we passed that mark and Harrison County collected 2,177 boxes.  
    These boxes will be part of over eight million collected by Samaritan’s Purse and distributed to over 100 countries over the world.  

  • Happy Holidays from the Chad Pruitt family

    To the editor:
    To all of the great people of Harrison County and the Harrison County School System, Happy Holidays on behalf of me and my family.  
    Whenever I am asked where my favorite place to work in education was, I will say, without hesitation, Harrison County High School. The people in Cynthiana are great people and I do miss you all very much. There is not one day that goes by that I think about the great times I had serving as a school administrator at HCHS as well as eating up some fried green tomatoes at Biancke’s.

  • November is Adoption Awareness month

     

    To the editor:

  • Please help correct the stray cat situation

    To the editor:

  • 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: