10 years ago . . .
Births announced this week are: Brandon Gabriel Clark, Dec. 2, son of Mark and Melissa Clark; Summer Rose Mitchell, Jan. 31, daughter of Chris Mitchell and Rosemary Vaughn; Isabella Rose Schneider, Dec. 31, daughter of Rebecca Schneider.
Connersville Christian’s new building nearing completion (across the road from the current church which was built in 1904). Exterior work on the $1.2 million building has been completed. The new building is wider, with 17,180 square feet in all. It includes a sanctuary that will seat about 315 people, a large fellowship hall with a kitchen, 16 Sunday School classrooms and two offices.
Gov. Paul Patton approves grant for construction of trail in Berry through the federal Recreational Trails Program. The City of Berry will get $7,000 for the construction of a 670-foot multi-use paved trail.
25 years ago . . .
Births announced this week are: Benjamin Lukas Marsh, Jan. 29, son of Sam and Joan Marsh; Corey Adam Rice, Feb. 13, son of Michael and Georgia Rice; Kristine Marie Welte, Jan. 24, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Welte Jr.
Both Cynthiana and Harrison County governments have now approved the creation of a countywide Planning and Zoning Commission.
The Harrison County High School freshman boys claim 37th District Championship.
50 years ago . . .
Births announced this week are: Marion Daniel A. Slade, Feb. 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Slade; Junie Lynn Duckworth, Feb. 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Duckworth.
Marty’s Beauty Salon will be moving to their new location at 221 E. Pike St. (room formerly occupied by Lexington Laundry). Will be ready on Feb. 27. Marty Magee is the owner/operator.
Showing at the Rohs Theatre: The Guns of Navarone with Gregory Peck, David Niven and Anthony Quinn; and The Errand Boy with Jerry Lewis.
Harrison County Fire Department receives $3,170.51 in donations.
Mack Ritchie and the Mackstown Band opens dance hall at Bethel Roller Rink.
Balance was the key to the Harrison County Thorobreds’ two impressive wins this past week over Madison Central and Franklin County.
Paris get revenge, crushing the Cynthiana High School Bulldogs, 61-41 at the City Hall Gym.