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Living

  • Marriage Licenses

    Janice Ellen Thornton, 34, and Darrin O’Neal Jenkins, 42, married Feb. 14, 2014.

    Tonya Sue Creech, 43, and Alton Lincoln Chappell Jr., 40, married Feb. 14, 2014.

    Genean Ann Stevens, 46, and Warren Lee Giles, 57, married Feb. 14, 2014.

  • Upcoming Events

    Increase Diabetes Awareness. Presented by the Harrison County Diabetes Coalition on Tuesday, March 25 at 6 p.m. at the Harrison County Extension Office. Topic will be Five-Day-A-Week Diabetic Meal Planning. RSVP by calling the Wedco District Health Department at 859-298-9949. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. A free gift to the first 100 people who attend.

  • Birth Announcement

    Bretlyn Charlotte Browning

    Bretlyn Charlotte Browning was born to Robert and Saraia Browning on Dec. 11, 2013 at Harrison Memorial Hospital.
    She weighed 7 lbs. 10 oz., and is welcomed by her sisters, Taryn Rae, Caylee Brooke and Brinley Claire.
    Maternal grandparents are Dermon King Jr. of Cynthiana and Teresa King of Albany, Ky.
    Paternal grandparents are Esther Browning of Cynthiana and the late Charles Browning.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: No births to report this week.
    Harrison County Middle School is searching for a new principal after current principal Tom Willis announced his retirement.
    Harrison County Fillies reclaim district crown in win over district rival, Paris Lady Hounds.

    25 years ago . . .

  • Shirley-Furnish plan May wedding

    Greg and Diana Shirley of Cynthiana, Ky., announce the engagement of their daughter, Samantha Lee Shirley, to Jonathan Louis Furnish, son of Linda B. Furnish of Cynthiana and the late George Michael Furnish.

  • Jase Stephen Persinger

    Jase Stephen Persinger was born to Travis and Kristi Persinger of Cynthiana on Feb. 13, 2014 at Women’s Hospital Saint Joseph East.
    He weighed 7 lbs. 6 oz., and is welcomed by his sister, Emily.
    Maternal grandparents are Steve McCauley and Faye Stephens of Cynthiana; maternal great-grandmother is Betty McCauley.
    Paternal grandparents are Steve and Linda Persinger of Cynthiana; paternal great-grandmother is Christine Coy.

  • Service projects are important

    Many of the Harrison County Extension Homemakers (HCEH) clubs have service projects during the year that support such projects as the local food pantry, clothing closet, and International projects. All clubs support the Ovarian Cancer Center at the University of Kentucky.
    The Indian Creek Homemaker Club has taken on a special project during the past two years. The Christmas Angel project in cooperation with the Harrison County Schools Community Education program has provided an opportunity for special support from the Indian Creek Club.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Ty’niah Da’Shae Perez, Feb. 6, daughter of Tracey Gross and Paul Perez; Isaiah Edward Thompson, Feb. 17, son of Ashley Soard and Derik Thompson.
    The Harrison Square branch of Fifth-Third Bank will be closing its doors. The branch will relocate to a new facility across the road on US 27 South. Construction is expected to begin in the spring of 2005. The new building will contain 4,000 square feet with a full service banking center and safety deposit boxes.

  • Hospice of the Bluegrass announces new event

    For many years, people in Cynthiana have enjoyed the Hospice of the Bluegrass Church on Church event. This year the Event Committee has decided to try something new and hope everyone will once again come out to have fun while supporting Hospice care in the community.

  • Museum Musings

    * Cynthiana Democrat, Nov. 6, 1969 -- “Looking Back” by Mary Renaker - As we think of Cynthiana now and Cynthiana in the Twenties, we miss two of the busy centers then; the Crown Jewel and Crescent Milling Companies. The Crescent Mill was located just where Southern States stands. The Crown Jewel was back of what is now Harrison Motor. At this season of the year just after threshing time, farmers were hauling in wheat to be sold or exchanged for flour, which was made at both mills.