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  • Mitchells to be honored on 50th anniversary

    David and Anita Mitchell of Cynthiana will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on  Dec. 3 at Cheers Event Center from 2-4 p.m. Cheers is located on Connersville Pike (Ky. 32 W. - the old Tussey Furniture building).
    They were married at Pleasant Green Baptist Church on Dec. 9, 1967.
    They have two children, Scott Mitchell (Andi) of Florida and Lori Gaunce (Kevin) of Cynthiana; and four grandchildren, Kelby and Jenna Gaunce of Cynthiana and Macey and Eden Mitchell of Florida.
    David is employed at Central Farm Supply and Anita is a homemaker.

  • Oddville Alumni Association Legacy

    The Oddville Alumni Association met for its annual dinner meeting on May 27, 2017, with 41 in attendance with Dorothy Copes Syra presiding. It was the 100th anniversary of the first graduate from Oddville High School and the 90th year of the Oddville Alumni Association.  
    At the conclusion of the meeting, officers were generally elected for the next year and a motion was made to disband the organization.    
    Those in attendance passed the motion for the disbandment.  

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are:  Brooklynn McKaye McElfresh, Aug. 21, daughter of Amanda Boone and Joey McElfresh.
    Maysville Community and Technical College/Licking Valley Campus to begin registered nursing program next fall.
    An entrance road and parking lot have been marked off at the new park and will be finished in time for 2008 late summer activities.
    Harrison County Area Technical Center’s John C. Hodge is retiring after serving 15 years as principal of the school.

  • Holiday greenery has some forgotten symbolism

    Holiday greenery has a history that goes well beyond the Victorian Christmas tree we gather around today.
    Most of the holiday greenery we use to decorate dates back to the pagan holidays of the Romans and Northern Europeans when certain plants were chosen for their symbolic powers of restoration and protection.

  • Auxiliary donation.
  • Harrison Co. Extension Office offers Vegetarian 101 program

    Every day we make choices about what we will eat. Some of us choose foods without much thought. Others make choices based on their health goals. For approximately six to eight million adults in the United States those food choices include no meat, fish, or poultry.
    So why are so many people choosing a vegetarian diet? What are the health benefits? If they don’t eat meat, where do they get their protein?

  • Mitchells to be honored on 50th anniversary

    David and Anita Mitchell of Cynthiana will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on  Dec. 3 at Cheers Event Center from 2-4 p.m.
    They were married at Pleasant Green Baptist Church on Dec. 9, 1967.
    They have two children, Scott Mitchell (Andi) of Florida and Lori Gaunce (Kevin) of Cynthiana; and four grandchildren, Kelby and Jenna Gaunce of Cynthiana and Macey and Eden Mitchell of Florida.
    David is employed at Central Farm Supply and Anita is a homemaker.
    All family and friends are invited. No gifts please.

  • Woman’s Club of Harrison County holds November luncheon meeting

    The Woman’s Club of Harrison County met Friday, Nov. 10 at Bluegrass Care Navigators. President Virgie Wells welcomed members and guests and led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance.

  • Holiday Grief Tips

    By Mary McKenzie,
    ACSW, ACHP-SW
    Bereavement Counselor
    Bluegrass Care Navigators

    As the holidays surround us, the absence of a loved one reminds us that it is not going to be the same this year. It is a time of mental worry and rehearsal of what the season may bring. This may be especially difficult when social contacts and even family think, “you should be over it by now.”

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Briley Madison Winkle, May 11, daughter of Chris and Melissa Winkle.
    River Road (Ky. 3016) may reopen by Friday. The road has been closed do to heavy rains on Oct. 23 causing the embankment to collapse, taking a section of the road with it. The collapse was discovered by highway workers who were removing trees blocking the road which fell over due to the problem.