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  • Remember your finances while spring cleaning

    Many people have an annual spring cleaning routine which includes washing windows, cabinets and woodwork. This year take time to also “clean-up” your financial records. Sort through your financial paperwork, and identify old statements which can be shredded or thrown away. Remember, it is always a good idea to shred any paperwork that contains personal information, especially bank account, credit card or other financial information. 

  • Museum Musings

    * Log Cabin, May 4, 1901 -- “Mrs. Sudie Ewalt, agent for the Home Steam Laundry, this week received a handsome new laundry wagon and will call and deliver laundry promptly anywhere in town.”

  • Landon Paul Harding

    Landon Paul Harding was born to Chad Harding and Shanna Cole of Cynthiana on Feb. 29, 2016 at Harrison Memorial Hospital.
    He weighed 7 lbs. 14 oz., and is welcomed by his brothers, Conner and Jayce Harding.
    Maternal grandparents are Julie and Randy Cole (Roger and Glenda Cole) of Cynthiana; maternal great-grandparents are the late Randall Cole, the late Patsy Wilson and William Jett.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Hadley Mae  Adams, Feb. 1, daughter of Tim and Amanda Adams; Chase Wayne Hall, March 1, son of Monica Kvale and Jerry Hall; Sarah Abbalee Lakes, Feb. 24, daughter of Skip and Susan Lakes; Carson Andrew Marshall, Feb. 1, son of Jason and Ginni Marshall.
    Construction has begun on a shelter at the Oddville Avenue recreation park by volunteers of Indian Creek Christian Church. The shelter is located on the hill adjacent to the flagpole and Handy House.

  • Early spring bloomers

    True to most springs in Kentuckiana, one day is sunny and warm, the next cloudy and cold.
    It’s an anxious time of the year for most gardeners as we watch the sun coax open a little patch of crocus or catch sight of an old landscape filled with waves of blooming white snow drops.  
    Must we wait for the forsythia to bloom as we pray for warmth?  No, there are plenty of other early bloomers to keep us content until spring truly arrives.

  • Tobins to be honored on 50th anniversary

    Tom and Rita Tobin will be celebrating 50 years of marriage with a reception on March 13 at 1:30 p.m. at the KFB building.
    Come join in wishing them congratulations for their golden anniversary.

  • Tristan Charles Wayne Hicks

    Tristan Charles Wayne Hicks was born Jan. 12, 2016 to Kateland (Kadie) N. Hicks and Branden T. Hicks at Georgetown Community Hospital.
    He weighed 8 lbs. 2.8 oz., and is welcomed by his brother, Kaleb Gabriel Thomas Hicks.
    Maternal grandparents are Bernadine E. Cooper and Ronald R. Jones.
    Paternal grandparents are the late Patricia Hicks and William Hicks.
    Great-grandparents are Rubye and Charles Cooper, Geneva Roark, Ruby McNees and the late William (Tommy) McNees.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Jaclyn McKee Powers, Dec. 22, daughter of David and Lyn Pretzsch Powers; Alyssa Elizabeth Webber, Feb. 3, daughter of Jon and Nikki Webber.
    Local skateboarders appear before the Cynthiana City Commission asking for money and approval for skateboarding ramps to be built. The Oddville Park master plan calls for a skate park on the Lebus Field side of the grounds. Insurance requirements would need to be checked on before any money for the ramps could be issued.

  • Harris named 2015 Clarence Horn Humanitarian award recipient

    Ron Harris to be recognized with Clarence Horn Humanitarian award for 2015. This award is given annually by the Salvation Army - Harrison County Service Unit in recognition of outstanding volunteer service in remembrance of past treasurer, Clarence Horn.

  • Outdoorsman Chad Miles named new host of popular “Kentucky Afield” television show

    A 41-year-old Mount Washington native is the new host of the Emmy Award-winning “Kentucky Afield” television show, a production of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.
    Chad Miles, who grew up pan fishing the Salt River and hunting rabbits and squirrels, will become the seventh host of the nation’s longest continuously-running outdoor television show. He succeeds Tim Farmer, who retired in December after hosting the popular show for the past 20 years.