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Today's Features

  • WAREAGLE MINISTRIES
    Wareagle Ministries Praise and Worship Center invites all to come and worship. Come as you are.
    A hymn/gospel sing will take place on the first Saturday of each month at 6 p.m. starting in June. Bring CDs or instruments and join along.
    Sunday services are 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Austin Munoz is the pastor.
    The center is located at 201 N. Second St., Berry, Ky., (behind the data center). For more information call 859-954-1573 or email to wareagleministries@yahoo.com.

    CYNTHIANA BAPTIST

  • On July 24, 1953, Louis Earl Sutton, son of the late Roy and Lena Sutton, and Evelyn Florence Henson, daughter of the late Nanny and John Henson, were joined in holy matrimony at the Baptist Church parsonage in Germantown with the Rev. W. E. Maners presiding.
    In the past 60 years, Louis has earned the respect throughout many communities by the friendly relationships he has acquired. Although mostly self-employed, he served as an employee of Cleveland Twist Drill in Cynthiana for eight years.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Art Walters celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 9, 2013 at The Bell House in Lexington, Ky. Out of town guests included Bill and Jan, Kevin and Michele, and Emma Platt from Tampa, Fla.
    They were married June 1, 1963 at Cynthiana Methodist Church by the Rev. Henry Walters, uncle of the groom. She was the former Freda Jane Platt, a native of Cynthiana, graduate of Cynthiana High School Class of 1959. Art graduated from Harrison County High School Class of 1955. They have lived in Lexington since 1972.

  • FRYMAN
    The Henry N. and LuMara Fryman family reunion will be held July 21 at Unity Christian Church on Hwy. 36 W. Cynthiana, Ky. Descendants include families of Edward and Nettie Fryman, Ottis and Minnie Fryman, Florence and Dove Wagner, Ada and Wilford Wagner, Clara and Orie Florence, Ida Jane and James Snapp.
    A potluck lunch will be served at 1 p.m. Cutlery will be provided. Bring drinks. Come and enjoy family, fellowship and good food.

    MASTIN

  • Brantley Clifford Slucher was born to Jakob and Jenny Slucher of Cynthiana on May 20, 2013 at Harrison Memorial Hospital.
    He weighed 6 lbs. 4 oz.
    Maternal grandparents are Tressie Faulkner of Cynthiana and Jerry Faulkner of Berry; maternal great-grandparents are Martha Brown and the late Donald Brown and Adrian and Georgia Faulkner.
    Paternal grandparents are Steve and Cathy Slucher of Cynthiana; paternal great-grandparents are Mary Carr of Cynthiana and the late Martin Carr and Faye Slucher of Cynthiana and the late Hugh Slucher.

  • Keith Lee Jones Thompson Prather was born to Steven and Brenda Prather of Berry, Ky., on July 5, 2013 at Harrison Memorial Hospital.
    He weighed 7 lbs. 3 oz., and is welcomed by his brothers, Robert Prather and Jesse Thompson, and sisters, Sheawanda Thompson and Larrinda Prather.
    Maternal grandparents are the late James S. Thompson and Barbara Thompson of Cynthiana.
    Paternal grandparents are Larry and Linda Prather of Berry; paternal great-grandparents are Mattie Brannock and the late Robert Brannock.

  • * If you are reading this edition of Museum Musings, hopefully you are a longtime supporter of the Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum or perhaps you appreciate history or perhaps you are a newcomer. Regardless of your situation, please come visit the museum. Truly, you will find something of interest. There is much to see, learn, and enjoy.
    * The Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum is located in the old Rohs Theatre Building on Walnut Street. Volunteers open the museum for you and yours on Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. There is no charge for admission.

  • By Kevin M. Wilson
    Heroin use is typically associated with big-city subcultures. But in recent months, rural communities, including every county in Central Kentucky, have been forced to deal with this major threat to public health.
    In a recent interview with Detective Robert Puckett, a special drug enforcement investigator for the Kentucky State Police, to discuss the emergence of heroin in the region.

  • It seems only fair to share an update to the story since so many of you have been kind enough to lament my troubles with predation on the laying hens and the pastured broilers.  
    If you missed the column from a few weeks back it basically chronicled some owl and fox attacks on our pastured poultry we raise for meat down in the nut grove and our egg-laying hens that range freely around the barn and house during the day.   

  • Harrison County High School student Ally Barnett recently returned home from Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL). Barnett and 45 other high school students from around the state attended the five-day summer leadership conference, held June 23-27 at the University of Kentucky.
    An identical IFAL conference was also held June 16-20 at Murray State University for an additional 45 students.