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Today's Features

  • 10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Cheyenne Thomas Cole, Nov. 8, daughter of David and Kayla Cole.
    Flu shots running short for Harrison County according to Wedco District Health Department.

  • Olivia Marie Hatfield, daughter of Josh and Dr. Jennifer Hatfield of Corbin, Ky., was named Tiny Wee Miss Kentucky at the pageant on Saturday, Nov. 16.
    Hatfield competed against other 3 year olds from across the state. She qualified as a state entry by winning the preliminary at her area pageant held in Corbin.
    She now holds three titles for 2013 including: Tiny Miss Redbud Festival, Tiny Miss Tri-County and Tiny Wee Miss Kentucky.
    She is the granddaughter of Betsy Haley and Myron Hatfield and the great-granddaughter of Lula Thomas.

  • The Licking Valley Campus nursing students are in their obstetrical rotations this semester.
    As part of their rotation, they are assisting with the delivery of an infant in the college’s simulation lab.  
    Many times it is difficult to get OB clinical experience due to the time of deliveries and the timing of clinical days.  

  • On Nov. 18 FBLA members from Business Management and Accounting courses presented an Entrepreneural Wax Museum to sixth-eighth grade students in Mrs. Reeves Career Courses at the Harrison County Middle School.

  • The Kentucky Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences names Rep. Tom McKee as its 2013 Honorary Member. The honor was presented at the KEAFCS Awards Luncheon at the Embassy Suites in Lexington by Harrison County FCS agent Benita Peoples. He was nominated by Dr. Ann Vail, Director of the School of Human Environmental Sciences.

  • THURSDAY, Dec. 12
    Cynthiana Board of Adjustment
    will not meet Thursday, Dec. 12 due to no items on the agenda. The meetings are open to the public.

  • By Mike Barres
    Here we are between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Thanksgiving really applies to both.
    In Psalm 100, the psalmist reminds us to “Enter his gates with Thanksgiving in our hearts.” In 1 Thessalonians 5:18, Paul says, “In everything give thanks.”
    Thankfulness helps us to see life in a brighter light. We often focus on our problems and what we “don’t” have. If we were to make a list, of all that we do have, for which we should be thankful, life would appear a lot better to us.

  • COVENANT PRESBYTERIAN
    Covenant Presbyterian Church will celebrate Christmas with a Christmas Candlelight service featuring music from “Classic Noel’s: Classical Masterworks with Christmas Carols” arranged by John Purifoy .
    Come join us on Dec. 15 at 6 p.m.

    NEW BEGINNINGS WORSHIP CENTER

    The Greenes will be in concert on Friday, Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. at New Beginnings Worship Center, 103 Marshall Ave., Cynthiana.
    Everyone welcome and a free will offering will be received.

  • Recently, a local church pastor stopped by the newsroom to talk about depression — his.
    He had just come through a second bout of it and thought it was important to tell people that Christians and Christian pastors are not immune to it.
    It’s not a character thing; it’s a chemical, brain thing, he said.
    He called his depression a “dark night of the soul.” It made him tired and unable to eat, doubtful of God’s love for him, although not God’s existence.