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  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Payton Nicole Edith Callahan, April 8, daughter of Heather and Brandon Callahan; Garrett Walker Mastin, Feb. 2, son of Lancer and Leslie Mastin.

  • Marriage Licenses

    Belinda Kay Benson, 35, and Tighe Cameron Williams, 57, married April 15, 2017.
    Gerliz Gabriela Lozano Indriago, 33, and David Bernard Flowers, 40, married April 21, 2017.
    Rachel Renan Barnes, 23, and Joshua Allen Curtis, 23, married April 22, 2017.
    Jessica Elizabeth Summers, 34, and Bryan Mark Earlywine, 30, married April 27, 2017.
    Diana Joy Herrington, 41, and Dalton Wayne Mcdonald, 30, married April 28, 2017.
    Sheila Florence Miller, 24, and Franklin Eugene Bell, 44, married May 3, 2017.

  • Flowering vines adds color to landscape problems

    Annual and perennial vines can be a colorful answer to many landscape problems.  
    Do you have an unsightly wall, hate that chain-linked fence or mail box? Or maybe you just have a spot that needs some summer color?  
    Perennial vines like clematis, honeysuckle and the non-blooming, deciduous Virginia creeper can add color and texture to any area were a climbing environment is offered.  

  • Laureate Degree of Beta Sigma Phi
  • Leith to travel to Indonesia

    Ted Leith, son of Tom and Anna Leith of Cynthiana, will be traveling with a team from Hillsong College of Sydney, Australia, to Indonesia from May 12-20.
    In his capacity as associate creative director during his practicum for third year at Hillsong, he is immersed in all of the activities that come across the desk of the Creative Stream Director.
    Leith was tasked with the organization of this mission trip. The college team will visit four cities in Indonesia, starting in the capital city of Jakarta.

  • Price-Case plan July wedding

    Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ross Price of Cynthiana announce the engagement of their daughter, Garyn Shea, to Andrew Scott Case, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Case of Cynthiana.
    Price is a graduate of Harrison County High School, Eastern Kentucky University and Georgetown College. She is employed by the Bourbon County Board of Education at Bourbon County High School.
    Case is a graduate of Harrison County High School and Eastern Kentucky University and is employed by the Harrison County Board of Education at Northside Elementary School.

  • Harrison Memorial Hospital Auxiliary honors members

    The Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) Auxiliary held its annual spring volunteer luncheon on Wednesday, April 19. Thirty-four members attended the event. The featured guest speaker was Dr. Matthew Shotwell, HMH Cardiologist who discussed cardiac procedures and diagnostic testing performed at HMH.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Olivea Jo Coffey, April 1, daughter of Brittany Jo Lewis and Cody Douglas Coffey; Makayla Rees Pierce, March 23, daughter of Jamie and Larry Pierce Jr.
    Jim Schmidt to return as principal at the Harrison County High School.
    The Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum grand opening celebration will be held May 11-12 at its new location in the old Rohs Theatre building on Walnut Street.

  • Celebrating 90 years

    Celebrating 90 years
    Frances Cox celebrated her 90th birthday with friends and family at her home on Sunday, April 30.
    We extend a sincere thank you for all who came, enjoying refreshments and fellowship and making this birthdy a most memorable occasion for Frances.
    Her advice for a long life is, always keep God in your heart and He will guide you to great friends and a healthy life.

  • Pruning spring flowering shrubs

    June 1 is the official cut off that marks the difference between a spring bloomer and a summer bloomer.
    Does it matter that you know? Yes, if you want to properly prune because pruning after June 1 could result in no blooms next year.
    This spring was a great one for spring bloomers: lilacs, viburnums, azaleas, rhododendrons and many others were all able to do their thing without a major frost or freeze here at the farm.