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Today's Opinions

  • Statepoint Crossword Puzzle

    ACROSS
    1. Pocket bread, pl.
    6. Mele Kalikimaka wreath
    9. Hoofbeat
    13. Not dead
    14. Freddy Krueger’s street
    15. Sacagawea to Lewis and Clark
    16. Wrinkle-prone fabric
    17. Rap sheet abbreviation
    18. Tanks and such
    19. *Spongebob’s pal
    21. *Sullivan’s theatrical partner
    23. Fa, ____, la, ti, doh
    24. Daniel Defoe’s ____ Flanders
    25. Swindle
    28. Ready for picking
    30. Right before “camera”
    35. Fish eggs, pl.

  • viewpoint

    Have you noticed all the beautiful Crape Myrtles blooming around town and in the county? Did you plant yours yet?
    Billy Grayson reported that he counted over 70 in the cemetery, and this morning as I drove through, I was amazed at how beautiful they are at a time of year when not a whole lot is blooming.

  • maibag

    To the editor:

  • viewpoint

    Wow!
    Every time an event occurs in Cynthiana I’m left with the same speechless awe.
    I don’t think that anyone will deny that our little Maiden City has been dormant for several years. And it hasn’t been due to the complete lack of effort.
    However, whether the stars are now properly aligned, the right people are stepping up and the rest of us are enjoying the ride, it’s working.

  • Excitement builds for Rod Run

    By Tomi Jean Clifford

    Chamber of Commerce Director

  • 150 years

    It’s a busy time in Cynthiana and Harrison County.
    This weekend is the famed Rod Run, an all-day car show that has put Cynthiana on the classic car map.
    Sept. 23 will be the first Super Saturday with a plethora of activities, including a ping-pong ball drop.
    Yea, just wait and see on that one! It should be a blast.
    Before that is the Taste of Harrison County, which includes the 5K and Little Feet, Big Feet road races.
    This next one is going to be near and dear to my heart.

  • Slow mail costs money

    By Matthew Paxton IV,
    publisher of The News-Gazette, Lexington, VA,  and president
    of the National Newspaper Association

    Most people get mail every day, Monday through Saturday.  But what happens when the mail comes later than we expect?  

  • Statepoint Crossword Puzzle Solution