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Living

  • Meetings to be held at Hospice building

    The Women’s Club of Harrison County held their June 14 meeting at the Cynthiana Christian Church. Bonnie Teater, president, presided at the meeting.
    Theresa Martin gave the blessing of the food and everyone said the Lord’s Prayer.
    After lunch served by Layne Tussey, Martin did the Spiritual Values. Since Sunday is Father’s Day, she read two poems about fathers. She also reported that Father’s Day was started in 1910 in Spokane, Wash. by Sonora Louise Smart Dodd. This tradition is not as old as Mother’s Day.

  • Oddville Homemakers Picnic
  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Kaylee Rose Childers, May 29, daughter of David and Kara Childers; Austin Ray King, Jan. 13, son of Jennifer Bates and Tim King; Leah Breann Kiskaden, June 6, daughter of Donald and Tammy Kiskaden.
    Harrison Memorial Hospital welcomes Charles Allran, M.D. to its staff. Allran is a general surgeon with particular interest in disorders of the breast and abdomen, skin lesions, laparoscopic procedures and gastronintestinal endoscopy.

  • Watts in Kentucky Beauties Pageant
  • Five Generations
  • Cynthiana High School Day
  • Boy Scout Troop 76
  • Museum Musings

    * Log Cabin, May 26, 1889 -- “Gus Berry charged with throwing rocks at Dover Coleman’s house was fined $5 and costs for breach of peace. A $100 peace bond was also required of him in default of which he was sent to jail.”

  • Cynthiana DAR to meet July 13

    The Cynthiana Chapter of the DAR met at Duncan Tavern on June 8.
    Jayne Newman introduced Mariah Evans, KSDAR Registrar. She gave a tour and orientation of what the John Fox Jr. Library has to offer for genealogy research.
    The new Regent, Gail Kesterson, called the meeting to order.
    The DAR Ritual, Pledge of Allegiance, American’s Creed, and the Preamble were recited, followed by singing of the Star Spangled Banner.

  • Bear receives Kentucky Colonel certificate

    At the June 3 Harrison County Board of Adjustment meeting Karen Bear, chairman, was honored for her nine years of service to the Board and was presented with a Kentucky Colonel certificate. Jane Thomas, a former member and chairman of the Board presented the certificate. She has been an asset to the Board and provided many volunteer hours to serve the citizens of Harrison County. Bear was very knowledgeable about the County and led the Board as Chair in a very professional manner.