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  • Harrison County Go Red Committee plans heart disease awareness events

    February is American Heart Month, and the Harrison County Go Red for Women Committee is doing its part to raise awareness of heart disease in women. This year marks the 14th anniversary of the national heart disease awareness campaign.
    Fourteen years ago, the American Heart Association discovered that heart disease killed more women than men. Based on these findings, the AHA formed Go Red For Women, a campaign to bring awareness of heart disease through education. Accomplishments of the 14-year campaign include:

  • USDA hardiness zones are hot and cold

    Cold Hardiness
    The USDA Hardiness Zone Map has long been a guideline for cold hardiness of plants; about every 10 years it is revised in order to provide a bit more detail in our changing climate.
    The most recent map was revised in January of 2012 and is based on temperature information from 1976 through 2005.

  • Way Back When 10 25 18

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Caitlyn Nicole Byers, Nov. 19, daughter of David and Andrea Byers; Lily Paige Waechtler, Jan. 9, daughter of Kasey Moore and Brandon Waechtler.
    The city will now be testing sirens on a weekly basis. They were tested once a month.
    HCHS bowlers honor seniors in final home match of the season; Breds shoot to win against Prestonsburg; Breds’ grapplers dominate Bourbon, Capital City Classic; Defense wins for traveling Fillies.

    25 years ago . . .

  • Strawzell-Ward exchange vows

    Kelsi Brown Strawzell, daughter of Steve and Rhonda Strawzell of Cynthiana, and Jonathan Ashley Ward, son of the late Wayne Ward and Renee and Ashton Page of Alexandria, Louisiana, were united in marriage on Nov. 4, 2017 at the First United Methodist Church in Cynthiana. Pastor Chuck Cooper, uncle of the bride, performed the double-ring ceremony.
    Emily Spencer and Dwayne Gillespie, cousins of the bride, provided music.

  • Succulents for indoor bloom

    Plant collectors have long appreciated orchids and African violets for their winter bloom cycle.  
    I have amassed a collection of both and they help me get through the winter with their colorful interest. But violets and orchids are not the only classes of plants that can deliver in the winter; think succulents.  

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: William Preston and Samuel Frank Courtney, Nov. 10, twin sons of Joel and Jenny Courtney; Addison Noelle Perraut, Dec. 12, daughter of Mark and Rachel Perraut.

  • Five Generations
  • Museum Musings

    * Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) -- “Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come.”
    * Log Cabin, June 15, 1917 -- “The oil for the streets has arrived. Now let’s have it on one side of the streets at a time, please, so that one side can be used while the oil on the other side is soaking in.”

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Owen Nathaniel Northcutt, Dec. 14, son of Adam and Jennifer Northcutt; Ava Lillie Denniston, Nov. 21, daughter of Jason and Lauren Denniston; Courtney Nicole Metz, Jan. 2, daughter of Whitney Beach and Jonathan Metz. The Harrison County wrestling Breds sweep home invitational tournament.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Jacquelene Lynn Russell, 39, and Jeason Earley Sr., 39, married Nov. 4, 2017.

    Debra W. Bell, 61, and Gregory Allen Browning, 62, married Dec. 8, 2017.

    Maria Guadalupe Toto Rodriguez, 19, and Eduardo Acevedo Gonzalez, 27, married Dec. 12, 2017.

    Kaylee Dawn Brierly, 25, and William Tommy Lee Fletcher, 25, married Dec. 9, 2017.

    Alice Ann Jackson, 54, and Melvin Hick Turner, 51, married Nov. 23, 2017.