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Today's News

  • Clines to observe 25th anniversary

    Pete (Lawrence) and Janet Cline will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on May 19.
    They have nine children (Pete’s step children), 17 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

  • Coles cross golden milestone May 2, celebrate with trip

    Ruth Ann and Alson Cole Jr. celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on May 2. They enjoyed a trip to the “Honeymoon Capital of the World,” Niagara Falls, N.Y. The trip also included tours of Gettysburg and Philadelphia, Pa.; Princeton and Ocean Grove, N.J.; and New York City and Buffalo, N.Y.
    The couple was married by Sam Sowder at Robinson Christian Church. Jane Ann (Cason) Burgess was the maid of honor, and Virgil Cole was the best man.

  • Harrison man recovers from wreck on KY 36

    The University of Kentucky air medical service was called in to transport a Harrison County man who suffered several injuries, including an apparent concussion, following a collision between trucks at the intersection of KY 36 and Lafferty Pike at 3 p.m. Thursday afternoon.
    Fortunately, after an examination of his injuries, Floyd Rice, 48, of Junction Pike was treated and released from the UK Chandler Medical Center the same evening.
    At the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office on Friday, Rice said he was very sore and stiff, but otherwise appeared to be fine.

  • DCBS honors Aubreys for their service

    Several area families, including Sarah and Chester Aubrey of Cynthiana, were recently honored for their service as adoptive and foster parents to some of the state’s most vulnerable children.
    The Kentucky Department of Community Based Services (DCBS) and the University of Kentucky’s College of Social Work presented the awards to the Northern Bluegrass Region families at a reception last month.

  • Piano students perform spring recital May 4

    The piano students of Dr. Beth Laytart presented a spring recital at the Cynthiana Presbyterian Church on Sunday, May 4. Sixteen students participated, including Kaitlin Barry, Lucy Barry, Ava Craig, John Allen Craig, Dylan Etienne, Andra Gaunce, Elijah Harris, Kori Lyons, Anna Blake McDaniel, Olivia Moore, Claire Morgan-Sanders, Abigail Rion, Rachel Rion, Harry Smith, Ross Smith and Kayla York.

  • Score 'N' More
  • MCTC/LVC holds graduation, awards ceremony May 8

    The student awards ceremony for the Licking Valley Campus of Maysville Community and Technical College took place on Thursday, May 8, at The Prizing House.  
    The night was filled with recognition of graduates and honor awards, outstanding GPA awards, and the Slone-Crumbie 110 percent award.  
    Sandy Power, interim Director of Financial Aid and Assistant Branch Campus Director led the audience in “My Old Kentucky Home” and “Hilltop Days.”  

  • Jump Rope for the Heart
  • Fiscal court approves $60,000 for welding lab project

    The Harrison County Fiscal Court approved the release of $60,000 in budgeted money to help fund the Welding Lab project.
    Barnett also informed magistrates that plans for the welding lab changed from a vision of a separate building at the industrial park to extensive renovations at the existing Harrison County Area Technology Center.
    At the regular meeting of the fiscal court Tuesday evening, Harrison County Judge Executive Alex Barnett said that he and Magistrate Frank Henson attended a meeting of all the organizations involved in the Welding Lab project.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    The following information from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office indicates drivers and/or owners whose vehicles were involved in accidents.
    May 2 --  At 11:30 p.m., a non-injury accident occurred on Ky 1054 S nine miles west of the city limits. Damian Gasser struck a deer that had wandered in the road.
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