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  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Marah Kandace Brown, July 25, daughter of Raymond and April Brown; Logan Matthew Gaines, July 8, son of Patricia Vanhook Gaines and John Colby Gaines; Abigail Renee Sadler, July 16, daughter of Jason and Amy Sadler; Davis Taylor Willhoit, June 26, son of James and Jenny Willhoit.

  • Ammerman-Ross exchange vows on A. Keller Farm

    Sarah Clay Ammerman and Dustin Ross of Cynthiana, Ky., were united in marriage on March 31, 2012, at half past five o’clock in the evening at A. Keller Farm. The Rev. Wayne Tolson officiated.
    The bride is the daughter of Mike and Debbie Ammerman of Cynthiana. The bridegroom is the son of Bridgette Oliver of Burlington, N.C. and the grandson of Brenda Hunt from Cynthiana.
    The bride is an office manager for Farmer’s Tobacco Company.  He is a lab scientist from Combined Physicians Lab in Cynthiana.
    The couple will reside in Georgetown, Ky.

  • Judys to be honored on 50th anniversary

    Joe Lee Judy and Judy True Judy will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 5, 2012. The reception will take place in the fellowship hall at the Cynthiana Baptist Church from 2:30-4:30 p.m. All friends and family are invited to attend.
    The Judys were married on Aug. 5, 1962 at the First Baptist Church in Paris, Ky.
    They request no gifts please.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Catron Arleane Arnold, July 2, daughter of Jennifer and Sam Arnold IV; Morgan Renee Bussell, July 18, daughter of Derrick Bussell and Julie Minton; Evan Thomas Copes, July 16, son of Kenny and Sandra Copes; Evan Nicole Gibson, June 26, daughter of Billy and Christy Gibson; Megan Bessie Ann Huff, July 8, daughter of Mark Allen and Freda Jane Huff.

  • Museum Musings

    * It seems incredible that 18 years ago this July a small group of dedicated volunteers (several of whom are still diligently working for the museum) opened the Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum for this special community. There were only a few things on display at that July, 1994 opening compared to the current collection of 2,000+ items.

  • Middle Age Dilemma: Caring for your kids, your parents and yourself

    Many middle-aged adults are finding themselves caring and supporting two generations- their children and their aging parents. While caregiving can be very rewarding, it often can bring additional emotional, physical and financial stresses for caregivers as they try to balance a career, parenting and elder care.

  • Miss Pre-Teen
  • Reunions

    ANDERSON
    The Anderson reunion will be held Sunday, Aug. 5 at Antioch Mills Christian Church with a potluck meal at 1 p.m. Drink and table service provided.

    HCHS BAND ALUMNI
    Band! Atten-hut! The fourth annual reunion of the Harrison County Band Alumni will take place this Saturday at the Rohs Opera House from 2:30-5 p.m. All current and former band members should dust off their instruments and pull out their tattered school song music as the event will kick off with off with a rowdy rendition of the HCHS Fight Song.

  • Owens-Cumming wed March 17

    Colonel (ret.) and Mrs. Robert Owen announce the marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Chowning Owen, to Alexander Anson Cumming, son of Gregory and Christine Cumming of Fairfax, Va., on March 17, 2012.
    Owen is the granddaughter of Mary Howk Owen of Lexington, Ky., formerly of Cynthiana, Ky., and the late Robert Owen Sr.
    She was attended by Sara Owen Pecorari, Matron of Honor, of L’isle Sur La Sorgue, France, Angie Meehan of Potomac Falls, Va., Amy Hinds of Fairfax, Tracy Simpson of Silver Spring, Md., and Eryn Cumming of Fairfax.

  • Travel safe and smart this summer

    Summer is upon us, and for many, the season means at least one family vacation or weekend getaway. According to a 2011 TripAdvisor survey, 90 percent of Americans were planning to take two or more leisure trips within the next year and 24 percent were planning five or more trips. Of those surveyed, 79 percent said they plan to spend at least $3,000 on these vacations. As you start planning your next vacation, you can take precautions to keep yourself, your family and your finances safe when you travel.