• Reader endorses incumbents Barnett, Hampton, Furnish and Harney

    To the editor:
    If it’s not broken, don’t fix it. this saying applies to several of the local Democratic primary races this year.

  • Endorsing Linda Furnish for Clerk

    To the editor:

  • Reader endorses John Green for magistrate

    To the editor:
    This upcoming election day affords the opportunity to cast votes for a lineup of new candidates as well as the incumbents for the various offices. By giving some of the deserving new candidates a chance to express their views and be instrumental in shaping the policies for Harrison County, it will encourage others in the community to step forward and be a part of positive change. One forward looking young man I endorse is John Green.

  • Aviation Day was a great event

    To the editor:
    We were very pleased with the 200 plus people that showed up for Aviation Day on Saturday, April 26 at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Airport. There was a lot to see with 24 planes, one helicopter, 30 plus classic cars and 20 motorcycles.
    I want to thank everyone that helped make this event a success.
    Thank you all for a great event and hope to see you in June for Young Eagles.

    ReJeana Craft
    Cynthiana, Ky.

  • Humane Society often pays full vet bill

    Dear Editor,
    Thank you for writing about the Humane Society last week. To clarify one issue about our spay/neuter program, we pay the entire vet bill for an animal’s surgery. People have the option to donate any portion of that cost from $1 and up. We have been pleased to see the number of people contributing to “pay it forward,” to help keep our program running and allowing us to spay/neuter more pets.

    Jill Morgan
    President, Humane Society of Harrison County

  • Reader endorses Sam Arnold

    Dear Editor
    I am writing in support of Sam W. Arnold III for the position of Family Court Judge for the 18th Judicial District in Harrison, Nicholas, Pendleton and Robertson Counties.
    I have known Sam Arnold for 8 years as his client and friend.  Sam will make an excellent Family Court Judge, his practical grounded approach will enhance the quality of the Family Court.  During his 42 years of legal practice in Harrison County, he has dealt with every type of issue that is addressed in Family Court.

  • Another reader shows support for Sam Arnold

    To the Editor:
    We would like to ask you to vote for Sam Arnold for Family Court Judge on May 20, 2014. Sam has been our family friend and attorney for decades. He is an honest, fair, ethical and objective man.
    Sam has many years of experience in the legal system and an understanding of the legal process. We are confident that you will see the same passion and experience if he is elected for Family Court Judge.
    Please vote May 20!
    Sam’s the man!
    Dr. and Mrs. Joe A. Nichols
    Joe A. Nichols, II
    Beth Nichols Siesel

  • Another clerk for Furnish

    To the editor:
    I am writing to support the candidacy of Linda Furnish for Harrison County Clerk.
    I have attended meetings of the Kentucky County Clerk’s Association with Linda. I have also called her on several occasions when I have needed help with specific issues in my office. Linda is very knowledgeable and always very helpful.
    Linda runs an efficient office with the utmost integrity. Harrison County is extremely fortunate to have Linda Furnish as their county clerk.
    Tracy Miles
    Gallatin County Clerk

  • Carroll Clerk endorses Furnish

    To the editor:
    It is with pleasure to write a letter of recommendation for Linda Furnish as Harrison County Clerk.
    I have known Linda for several years, but became more acquainted with her since 2008 when I became the Carroll County Clerk. Linda is very organized and efficient and has as excellent rapport with people.

  • Wild animals cause problems in Western Hills

    Wild animals a problem
    in Western Hills

    To the editor:
    I am writing with a complaint. I know that nothing will ever be done concerning my complaint, because it would be up to the Judge and the county magistrates to do something about this as it concerns, “is in the county.”