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Letters

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:
    There’s nothing complex about the gas prices in Harrison County. What’s going on is illegal collision and price fixing.
    Most businesses operate in an area of competitiveness. When everyone raises their rates at one time, with no individual cost increases, that’s price fixing and when they arrive at the rate based on individual verifications that’s collision.

  • Mailbag

    To the editor:
    I want to give a heartfelt thank you to all of those that had any part in helping publish the “Honoring Our United States Armed Forces” salute that came our as a supplement to the Nov. 8, 2018 Cynthiana Democrat. For 12 years now our heroes have been honored by this tribute to them.

  • Sheriff’s Association thanks Harrison County

    To the editor:
    We send special thanks to everyone who came out to support the second annual Harrison County Charity Golf Scramble sponsored by Sheriff Shain Stephens on Friday, Sept. 7. Harrison County’s continued support of Kentucky Boys and Girls Sheriff’s Ranch ensures we keep reaching Kentucky’s youth in a positive manner.

  • Letters of Endorsements

    To the editor:
    I wholeheartedly support Andy Barr for reelection for Congressman. Andy has voted for funding to rebuild our military, including the largest pay raise for our troops in a decade. He established the 6th District Veterans Coalition which helps veterans resolve problems with the VA and appeal disability claims. The love and support for our veterans is so appreciated.

  • Letters of Endorsements

    To the editor:
    I would like to offer my endorsement for Mark Hart. As a previous small business owner and a professional employee of the largest employer in Harrison County, I have a good understanding of what is required to run a business, operate within the guidelines of state regulations and participate in a large manufacturing facility. Our state had suffered for many years due to the antiquated tax system and the laws that detoured business away from Kentucky.   

  • Letters of Endorsements

    To the editor:
    Mark Hart has my support to continue as our state representative for several reasons, but key among them is his accessibility. He has given me his personal cell phone number and has told me more than once that if I have conversations with current teachers, retirees or anyone else who wants to know his stand on an issue that I may give out his phone number. He promises to respond to their text question or concern at his earliest convenience. 
    Please consider voting for Mark Hart and our other great Republican candidates.

  • Letters of Endorsements

    To the editor:
    James Smith is the best mayor Cynthiana has had in my lifetime. We have never grown so much in so little time.  Imagine the possibilities of another four years with Mayor Smith’s leadership.
    He is a tireless worker for us all and has put together a great team. There are so many new businesses and downtown is coming back.  
    Let’s keep this incredible comeback going and re-elect James as Mayor of Cynthiana for another incredible four years.

    Michalanne Thomas
    Cynthiana

  • Letters of Endorsements

    To the editor:
    It is with great pleasure to write this letter for my friend, Jill Stroub, who is running for County Clerk for Harrison County. Jill has been a life long resident of Harrison County, graduating in 1993 from HCHS. She has worked with the public for the past 20 years, with her most recent position in the worker compensation business for the past 12 years.

  • Letters of Endorsements

    To the editor:
    I want to offer my support to re-elect James Smith as mayor of Cynthiana. I don’t think there has ever been such an incredible turnaround in so short a time as we have seen in Cynthiana over the last four years.
    There are more businesses to shop in, more jobs for our young people, more activities for our families to enjoy, and more growth. 

  • Letters of Endorsements

    To the editor:
    Four years is not a long time, but it is precisely the amount of time James Smith has been mayor. In that time span Cynthiana has experienced an amazing renaissance. There are more businesses here, more jobs, more buildings getting make overs, more development at the park, more activities for young and old, and more growth.