Today's Opinions

  • Cynthiana..’The Little Town That Could’

    Last week I took a much need hiatus to Florida and it gave me time to let the entirety of The Walking Dead Day sink in.  

    Two months ago, I posted a Facebook post asking for Walking Dead super fans to help with a top secret project.  

    I’m not sure my friends quite knew what they were getting into, but they committed to the very end. 

    I can remember sitting in the Chamber at that first meeting, not really sure how big the event would be. 

  • Viewpoint

    This is no doubt one of the busiest times of the year.

    There is much to look forward to in the coming weeks. So before you complain that there is nothing to do in Cynthiana, check out some of the things coming our way.

    This weekend is something new and will bring some beautiful motorcycles to our streets.

    It’s a first-ever Bike Night, and is being offered as a precursor to Cynthiana’s Rod Run, which is the following weekend, Saturday, Aug. 27.

  • Crossword puzzle solution
  • Crossword Puzzle


    1. “Peter, Peter Pumpkin ____”

    6. Lawyers’ league

    9. Versus “Wall” street?

    13. Less than 90 degrees

    14. Eric Stonestreet on “Modern Family”

    15. Beautiful, in Spanish

    16. Overthrow an argument

    17. It comes with or without seeds

    18. “___ ___ for the courage of the fearless crew, the Minnow would be lost”

  • Cynthiana is bustling with activities in August, September

    Wow! What a fantastic weekend it was in Cynthiana. 

    Kudos to Tomi Clifford and her committee for pulling together The Walking Dead Day.  I hope everyone enjoyed seeing our streets full of visitors and zombies.  

    So many great events are happening in our small town and it is exciting! 

    Up next, Cynthiana Rod Run Events. This will be the fifth year for the Cynthiana Rod Run. 

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:

    I would personally like to take this opportunity to thank the Kirkmans, Tony Moore, Tomi Clifford and the Chamber of Commerce, the Harrison County schools’ administration and board, the countless volunteers, our elected officials, the police and fire departments.

    To undertake an event, such as this, and pull it off in 60 days is nothing short of remarkable.

    Cynthiana should be proud and we will remember this day for years to come.

  • Viewpoint

    To the editor:

    Congratulations are in order to Cynthiana and its citizens for organizing and pulling off such a wonderful event to celebrate the success of Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore! The Walking Dead phenomenon has taken the country by storm, and the forethought and planning that went in to Walking Dead Day deserves recognition.

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:

    Sometimes words are not able to carry the weight of our emotions.  To simply say thank you to the city of Cynthiana for The Walking Dead Day seems lacking in proper appreciation for all of the hard work and sleepless hours contributed to the planning and execution of such an extraordinary day.  However, simply saying thank you is all we can do.