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  • 8 Your Fine; 9 Your Mine!

    I have been driving for many years and for the longest time the premise was you could speed to a certain point before you would be pulled over. Hence, 8-over your fine; 9-over your mine (ticketed).
    It’s worked pretty well during those years I lived by it, but do not espouse it today.
    WARNING: DO NOT test this with law enforcement.  

  • Church News

    CONNERSVILLE CHRISTIAN
    You’re invited to an after Prom Party at Connersville Christian Church on April 16 from 12-3 a.m.
    Open to all prom attendees.
    A free fun filled exciting event with games, large breakfast and great fellowship. We encourage you to come and have a great time.
    If anyone needs a ride home afterwards please call 859-234-1040 and speak with the church staff or leave a message.

    IRVINGSVILLE BAPTIST
    Irvingsville Baptist Church will hold a revival April 13-16 at 7 p.m., with Bro. Andrew Bishop.

  • Prayers answered: Pay here

    How much would you pay to have your prayers answered?
    For the past four years, until the Seattle-based website with 1.3 million Facebook fans was taken down, people could pay the Christian Prayer Center between $9 and $35 to pray for them.
    From 2011 to 2015, more than 125,000 people forked over more than $7 million for their more than 400,000 transactions/prayer requests.

  • The Monday After Easter

    What were the days following Jesus’ resurrection like for the first disciples?
    Jesus had died, and he was dead no longer. Just as He promised, He had overcome death, the last enemy. But what did it all mean?
    Surely, it took time for them to fully comprehend the whirlwind of events that had taken place the previous week. Before He returned to his Father, Jesus helped His followers to realize some of the implications. His death and resurrection were no aberration in God’s plan. They were the plan.

  • Church News

    WAREAGLE MINISTRIES
    A hymn sing will be held Saturday, April 2 at 7 p.m.
    Thursday evening services are held at 6 p.m.; Sunday services are at 10:30 a.m.
    Services are held at the Center at 201 N. Second Sr., Berry, Ky.
    For more information call 859-954-1573, 859-954-0579 or visit wareagleministries.org.

    HARRISON COUNTY
    HYMN SING
    The Harrison County Hymn Sing broadcasts a live program of gospel music every Sunday evening from 5 - 6 pm on WCYN 1400 AM

    ST. JAMES AME

  • Welcome to the theater of the absurd

    Years ago when I did a lot of conference and retreat speaking, I was invited to speak at the annual Episcopal women’s diocesan meeting at the cathedral in downtown Orlando.
    A local Episcopalian woman who had suggested my name offered to take care of all the details for me. All I had to do was show up, which is what I do best.

  • Church News

    FIRST UNITED
    METHODIST
    The First United Methodist Church of Cynthiana will observe Holy Week beginning Monday, March 21 in the newly renovated sanctuary at 7 a.m. Each morning session concludes with breakfast in the Sidney Haviland room.
    Early morning services conclude Friday, March 25. Maundy Thursday will be March 24 in the sanctuary at 7 p.m., Holy Communion will be served.

  • Twenty-five cents of kindness

    By now everyone has either experienced or heard about the new grocery store and its 25-cent shopping cart rental. Actually, it’s an ingenious ploy to return carts to the store saving on staffing costs.
    Kudos to the store, which in its first week had someone explain this new technology and gave you a quarter to begin their relationship with the community.

  • Have you ever been in the belly of a fish?

    I’ve heard it said that a man’s worst difficulties begin when he is able to do as he likes.
    If I could do whatever I like, I’d eat several massive cinnamon rolls every morning for breakfast, spend the day on my couch watching reruns of “Gilmore Girls,” punch a few people I know in the nose, never pay my taxes or dust my house.
    That’s just off the top of my head.
    Most of us think freedom is doing anything we want, making our own rules, not submitting to any type of authority -- if it feels good, do it.

  • Mural touch-up at Save-A-Lot