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Living

  • Harrison Co. Extension Homemakers support ‘Furnish the Future’ campaign

    Soon the MCTC/Licking Valley Campus building will be expanding. An addition to be built beginning this summer, will house the Allied Health Sciences labs and classrooms. The bricks and mortar costs are being assumed by Maysville Community and Technical College. The college funds cannot stretch to cover the cost of the interior fittings: technology, equipment and furnishings.  
    The funds generated locally by the campaign are critical to the completion of the project.

  • New Bookmobile
  • Commission on Aging
  • Cynthiana DAR
  • Furnish- Henson plan June wedding

    Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Furnish of Cynthiana, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kendall Denise, to Joseph Ivan Henson, son of Frank and Debbie Henson of Cynthiana.
    Furnish graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Kentucky receiving a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics and was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She is employed by Cherntura AgroSolutions.
    Henson graduated from Eastern Kentucky University receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Finance and was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He is employed by Pella.

  • Boaz-Royse exchange vows

    Katie Boaz of Georgetown, Ky., daughter of Ron and Kathy Boaz, Lexington, Ky., and Ben Royse, Georgetown, son of Keith and Jeanie Royse, Cynthiana, exchanged vows on Aug. 28, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. at Southern Hills United Methodist Church, Lexington. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Lester Coldwell and David Sparks.
    The bride was given in marriage by her parents.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Audrey Renee Hausberger, Jan. 24, daughter of Martin Clay and Angela Gatlin Hausberger; Dalton Lewis Hawkins, Feb. 15, son of Melissa and Gregory Hawkins; Andric Vance Kendall, Jan. 24, son of Andrea and Eric Kendall; Ryan Allen Sparks, Feb. 15, son of Greg and Janelle Sparks; James Parker Tolson, Feb. 12, son of Ronnie Tolson and Cathy Curtsinger Tolson.

  • Living Well is the focus this month for Extension leaders

    During March, Family and Consumer Science professionals with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service will make special efforts to educate citizens about ways to improve the quality of life for adults, youth, individuals and families.
    The emphasis is on eating right through nutrition and food safety, spending smart through financial management skills, enjoying home through safety, relationships and parenting skills, and sharing time through community and volunteerism.

  • Moore selected finalist for Homecoming queen

    Courtney Moore, daughter of Matt and Heather Moore and Regina and Joel Ralston of Cynthiana, has been selected finalist for Kentucky’s 31st Annual Homecoming Queen Selection to be held April 9 and 10 at the Crowne Plaza Louisville Airport in Louisville, Ky.
    She is the Harrison County High School Homecoming Queen.
    Kentucky’s 2011 Homecoming Queen will receive a cash scholarship plus an all expense paid trip to the National finals to compete with the queens from the other states for America’s Homecoming Queen.

  • Museum Musings

    * Cynthiana Democrat, April 27, 1933 - “A section of the weights of the courthouse clock weighing about 1500 pounds fell from the cupola about nine o’clock Monday morning when the cable of twisted metal holding the weight broke sending it crashing through the second story to the stairway in the lobby, where it rolled down the steps to the first floor. No one was in the lobby at the time of the accident.”
    * Cynthiana News, June 23, 1870 - “J. A. Welford shipped 200 barrels of A. Kellar Bourbon Whiskey to G. A. Fellows & Co., New York.”