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Today's Opinions

  • Your Voice Has Power

    When I was a little girl and my sisters and I would argue, my mom would say to me “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”
    I used to think that was the dumbest thing I ever heard. But, experience has told me there is something powerful in our words. Whether they are encouraging or destructive, our words are the compass by which we can guide the quality of our relationships and our lives.

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:

    There are seven precincts in Harrison County represented by Congressman Andy Barr of the Sixth Congressional District.  Registered Republicans in Eastside, Southside, Buena Vista, Clifton Village, Extension Office, City Fire Department and Library have an opportunity to vote for a Harrison County citizen, Roger Brill in the upcoming Republican Primary Election, May 17, 2016.  

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:
    My purpose is to encourage registered Republicans to vote for Roger Brill as the 6th Kentucky Congressional District candidate in the May 17 primary election.
    Roger is my friend and a long-time Harrison County resident.  He is a Civil Engineer graduate and a welder.  He owns and operates the Steel Trailer Company in Cynthiana, a steel fabricating corporation.  He is not a professional politician.

  • 75 compete in Chamber-sponsored 5K

    Last Saturday we kicked off the Triple Crown Road Race Series with the Runway 5K at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Airport.
    Although the day ended up being beautiful, it was a little chilly that morning for our runners.

  • Board puts students first in Harrison County

    It’s about leveling the playing field; about everyone in a classroom on the first day of school starting off with a brand new box of crayons.
    The Harrison County Board of Education voted Tuesday to continue to provide back-to-school school supplies for elementary and middle school students and to not charge fees for high school students.
    The price tag is $52,000.
    It’s a small price to pay.
    Superintendent Andy Dotson told board members that many students were coming to school not prepared.

  • Crossword Puzzle Solution
  • Crossword Puzzle

    ACROSS
    1. Model material
    6. Kind of story
    9. Ginger-flavored cookie
    13. *Severus Snape, ____ provocateur
    14. Romanian money
    15. Upholstery choice
    16. Give sheep a haircut
    17. Bruin legend Bobby ___
    18. Unlawful firing
    19. *11-year-old spy
    21. *Velveteen creature
    23. Common inquiries
    24. *Master gave it to Harry Potter’s Dobby
    25. Home of “Today” show
    28. One of deadly sins
    30. Dogma
    34. Spanish earthen pot

  • Adopting budget was biggest hurdle for General Assembly

    Rep. Tom McKee
    Guest columnist