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Living

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Trey Morgan Bramel July 19, son of Danelle Sampley and Catesby Bramel; Damien Dean Wells, July 26, son of Dennis Dean Wells and Patti Jo Hollon.
    Donald Northcutt, owner of Cynthiana Moving and a previous furniture store, has received a patent on his Buddy Dolly Moving System. The product was a way to help in his moving business.
    Fred Morris ends 28-year service as city police/E-911 dispatcher.

  • Reunions

    MARSH
    Descendants of Nicholas Corbin Marsh and Mary Holton Marsh held their annual reunion at the Elks Shelter in Cynthiana on Aug. 6. The following names were recorded in the attendance book.

  • Museum Musings

    *Cynthiana News, July 25, 1872 -- “Last Monday was court day in Cynthiana. The crowd was good and money tight. There were about 70 head of cattle on the market.”
    *Cynthiana Democrat, May 21, 1970 -- “The 3M plant located on the New Lair Pike has completed one year of production in Cynthiana. The first assembly work started May 26, 1969.”

  • Sims celebrate 30th anniversary

    Ronnie and Judy Sims were married on July 10, 1987 at the Rev. Robert Anderson’s home in Cynthiana.
    Their daughters, Patty Purcell and Tonya Fuller, surprised them with a 30 year anniversary potluck on July 8 with their family and friends.

  • Indeterminate or determinate?

    I received a letter from a reader years ago that asked somewhat of a philosophical question regarding determinate tomatoes.  
    Yes, philosophical, because she asked why would we plant a tomato that sets its fruit, reaches a certain point, stops growing, ripens nearly at once and then dies?
    Our love affair with homegrown tomatoes would more logically dictate that we grew only indeterminate tomatoes that reached monstrous proportions and yielded fruit into a first killing frost.

  • Bagworms on the move

    Who among us is guilty of not noticing something until it’s too late?  Yes, all of a sudden there is nothing left of your blue spruce or arborvitae. Bagworms have been munching on the needles for weeks and we wonder how it all happened.  Well, they are at work right now so go outside and take inventory of your evergreens because that’s what the bagworm likes the most. Now is the time they do their damage unless we put a stop to it.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Cecilia Jane Boland, July 3, daughter of Rick and Meghan Boland; Lyrik Nevaiah Rose Hively, June 18, daughter of Kayla and Travis Hively; Noah Jeffery McNees, May 24, son of Tim and Kim McNees; Blake Logan Walker, July 23, son of Rachelle Fryman and Justin Clay Walker.

  • Reunions

    WAGONER
    All descendants of John Samuel and Nancy Ellen Dampier are invited to attend the 62nd annual family reunion scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 10 at the Bourbon County Park, Legion Road, Paris, Ky. The doors will open at 12 p.m. and lunch will be served at 1 p.m.

  • Reunions

    MULLIGAN
    The descendants of George Lewis and Mary William Ritchie Mulligan will hold their 20th annual reunion at 11 a.m. with lunch served at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 2 at the Harrison County Fairgrounds 4-H building.
    Bring a meat dish, covered dish, drinks and utensils to be shared by everyone.
    Lewis and Mary had nine children, James Lafayette, William Henry, Mattie Elizabeth Jones, Samuel, Thomas, Charley Taylor, Mary Louisa New, John Newton and Julie Francis Sowder.

  • Copes to celebrate 58th anniversary

    Roy and Joella Cope will observe their 58th wedding anniversary on Aug. 22.
    They were married Aug. 22, 1959 in Berry, Ky., at the home of the Methodist minister. They have six children and 18 grandchildren, and still reside in Berry.