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  • Landon Patrick Fuller

    Landon Patrick Fuller
    Landon Patrick Fuller was born to Charles and Ashley Fuller of Nicholasville on Aug. 31, 2015 at Central Baptist Hospital.
    He weighed 7 lbs. 13 oz.
    Maternal grandparents are Misty Chapman of Nicholasville and the late Patrick Chapman; maternal great-grandparents are Donna Bennett and the late Terry Teter and Peggy and Dick Chapman.
    Paternal grandparents are Ronnie and Tonya Barton Fuller; paternal great-grandparents are Ronnie and Judy Sims and the late Charles and Margaret Fuller.

  • Dustin Lance Cooper

    Dustin Lance Cooper
    Dustin Lance Cooper was born to Cacee Workman and Dustin Cooper of Georgetown, Ky., on Sept. 17, 2015 at Harrison Memorial Hospital.
    He weighed 8 lbs. 2 oz.
    Maternal grandparents are Brian and Michelle Workman of Cynthiana; maternal great-grandparents are Dennis and Lois Workman of Lenore, W.Va., and Truda Dorton of Cynthiana and the late Leon ‘Tom’ Dorton.

  • Beekeeping class to be held at Extension Office

    By Jessica Barnes, County extension agent for horticulture
    Are you interested in becoming a beekeeper or wanting to expand your knowledge about honey production? If so, on Oct. 29 at 6 p.m., our state apiarist, Tammy Horn, will be at the Extension Office to talk to anyone with an interest in beekeeping about how to prepare your hives for the winter months as well as the processes that go along with starting hives in the spring.

  • Woman’s Club of Harrison Co. meet for October luncheon

    The Woman’s Club of Harrison County met Friday, Oct. 9 at Cedar Ridge Health Campus. Cheryl Case welcomed members and guests then led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance.
    Vivian Smith, Willie Sims and Martha Frazier are members of the Woman’s Club who reside at Cedar Ridge Health Campus. Gladys Bishop also joined the luncheon as a guest of Inez Burgan. We were delighted to enjoy a lunch and have the opportunity to spend time with these very special women.

  • Museum Musings 10-8-15

    • Log Cabin, Sept. 4 1914­—(From the story about the new post office on Walnut Street) “Inspector’s Scret Gallery, a long narrow gallery extending across shutters, enabling an inspector to see every employee in the office without himself being seen. A passage leads from the gallery to the basement. An inspector may therefore enter the secret passage either from the basement or from the second floor, without being seen by any office employee.”
    (Rather amazing, but the secret passage truly existed—2015 location of Whalen and Company.

  • Woosley family reunion

    Woosley family reunion/potluck on Oct. 18, at 1 p.m., at the Carlisle Depot, 101 Market St., Carlisle, Ky. Open to family, friends, and researchers. Setups and drinks will be provided.
    The Depot will be open around noon should you want to come early and view, update, or add information or pictures to the database. Bring your favorite dish.
    Call or text Becky Woosley at 859-749-7398.

  • Barnhills celebrate 50th anniversary

     

  • Brendyn Christopher Ritchie

     

    Brendyn Christopher Ritchie was born to C.J. and Brooke Ritchie of Cynthiana on July 30, 2015.
    He weighed 7 lbs. 6 oz.
    Maternal grandparents are Terry and Angie McMichael of Cynthiana; paternal grandparents are Chris Ritchie and Kristin Ecklar of Cynthiana.
    Maternal great-grandparents are Rosalie (Leon) Tunks, Bonnie Shawler and Joe McMichael. Paternal great-grandparents are Brenda (Doug) McCauley, Betsy (Harold) Herron and Tickie (Sandy) Ritchie.
     

  • Harlan Louis Tucker

     

    Harlan Louis Tucker was born to Adam and Christina Tucker of Brooksville, Ky., on June 18, 2015.
    He weighed 6 lbs. 7 oz.
    Grandparents are Dennis and Tracy Fryman Tucker of Brooksville; great-grandmother is Betty Lyons of Brooksville.
     

  • Short days, cool nights initiate bloom for holiday cacti

    When attempting to grow tropical plants we are met with the challenge of mimicking their native habitat which is difficult inside our homes. We can allow Mother Nature to take care of some of this, outside, for now.  
    Move some of your orchids, holiday cacti and Clivia outdoors for the remainder of the season because we can initiate bloom by naturally managing day length and night-time temperatures.  
    The flowering of many plants (including some native species) is initiated by how many hours of light and dark the plant receives in a 24-hour period.