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By Kelly McKinney, News writer
By Josh Shepherd, News writer
One thing that educators like Angie Kendall know about kids is that they all want to do well. They want to succeed. But children don’t all learn at the same speed. Some students may need a setting outside of the traditional classroom to flourish.
The Cynthiana-Harrison County Chamber of Commerce is offering the Summer Concert Series to the community again this year.
Two Cynthiana child-care centers will stay open at least another month after the Harrison County Board of Education voted Tuesday to table a proposal to close their doors.
The Harrison County United Community Fund made a formal presentation of funds last Thursday evening that supports nearly two dozen local community organizations.
About two years ago, Rebecca McCauley took her daughter, just a toddler, to the park. When she got there, she discovered that her daughter couldn’t play on any of the playground equipment.
Harrison County’s Class of 2015 will make their final walk as high school students on Friday, June 5, at the Harrison County Athletic Complex.
The event begins at 7:30 p.m. with a class of 199 graduate candidates.
By Becky Barnes, Editor
Harrison County’s “state road barn” is about to be relocated. And with that change, is the need to get water to the new site.
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