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Today's Opinions

  • Farm-to-Table tickets on sale Aug. 1

    Have you been anxiously waiting for Cynthiana Main Street’s Farm-to-Table Dinner? Guess What? Tickets go on sale Tuesday, Aug. 1.
    Join us downtown for our second annual Farm-to-Table Dinner on Friday, Sept. 15, at 6:30 p.m. Once again, Court Street will be transformed into a beautiful event venue to host our dinner.  
    Guests will dine under the September skies at our harvest-style table. There will be 125 seats available this year. Dinner will be prepared by Cynthiana native, Chef Tyler McNabb using all Kentucky Proud food.

  • Excited about a new season of Game of Thrones!

     Regardless of what banner you fly within the world of Westeros, the time has come to return to the magical land once more.
     Game of Thrones Season 7 aired it’s first episode on July 27th, and it was one Hell of a way to kick off a season. Last seasons conclusion left fans with a decent idea of where the story would be picking up upon it’s return, but the GOT show runners pulled off one of the most impactful season premieres of any show I’ve ever seen.

  • Viewpoint

    I am so stinkin’ proud of Cynthiana.
    Tuesday’s Joe B. Hall mural reveal was a wonderful showing of how Cynthiana and Harrison County people want to be included in this wonderful resurgence.
    I’m not a great guestimator as far as attendance at the reveal, but my best estimate is 300 or more.

  • Viewpoint

    It never ceases to amaze me how much is going on in Cynthiana and Harrison County.
    Much has been written in this newspaper about the progressive nature of our current government leadership, and that will continue as long as those leaders continue to make decisions that are proactive and lead to a better life for all of us.

  • Inside professional wrestling at home and abroad

    Those who grew up in the 90s will never forget the incredible pro-wrestling boom of the time. After coming out of a slump in the early 90s, years 96-99 saw the WWE (then WWF) garner its highest ratings in not only its history, but the history of the business.

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  • Mailbag

    To the editor:
    At the time I purchased the property, which is now Ashford Acres Inn, I could have easily chosen a property in Los Angeles, where I spend a large portion of my time, or a property in Lexington, a city that gets many more tourists than Cynthiana or surrounding counties. This choice likely would have been wiser when considering future profitability.

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:
    I stand opposed to the sale of alcohol on Sunday. In brighter and better days of our nation’s past, the Bible-believing New England Puritans set Sunday apart from the week as a day of worship and rest. That practice endured for over 300 years.