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Today's Features

  • 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.

  • THURSDAY, Dec. 5
    Book Group Potluck.
    Thursday, Dec. 5 at 5 p.m. for historical and women’s book groups at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. Will also be discussing the book Christmas with Tucker and choosing books for the coming months.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McCauley (Jack and Nora), will celebrate 73 years of marriage on Dec. 8.
    The couple were married on Dec. 8, 1940 at the home of Bro. McGarvey Lenox in Pendleton County.
    They have one son, David Cordray McCauley (Peggy), four grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, five great-great-grandchildren and two step great-great-grandchildren.

  • Julia Muse Fulton and Donald Peter Midden were united in holy matrimony on Oct. 26, 2013, at 1:30 p.m.  Father Vernon Hogan officiated the double-ring ceremony in Fleming County, Ky. at St. Charles Catholic Church.
    Members of the wedding party included: Sheila Clifford, maid of honor; John Midden, best man; Taylor Fryman, junior bridesmaid; Sara Fryman, flower girl; and Michelle Fulton, guest register. Wesley T. Fulton and Garrett Hitch served as ushers. Pat Atherton provided the music.
    The couple has four children and five grandchildren.

  • CALVARY ASSEMBLY
    A community Christmas sing will be held Sunday, Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. at Calvary Assembly Church, 325 Webster. Various churches will have representatives singing. There will also be congregational singing of Christmas carols. Bring finger foods and desserts for fellowship after the program.
    The event is sponsored by the Harrison County Ministerial Association. Everyone is welcome to attend.
    For more information call 859-954-1660.

    MT. HOPE UNITED METHODIST

  •  -- “Let us give thanks to God. . .Nature is beautiful and fellowmen are dear, and duty is close beside us, and God is over us and in us.”
     -- “We are pleased to be able to communicate to our subscribers, and through to the balance of the citizens of Harrison County, that the county court met on Wednesday last and unanimously voted for a copper roof on the new Court House. This is wisdom. It is just exactly what they should have done long ago.”

  • 10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Nathaniel Douglas Lane, Nov. 11, son of Douglas and Teresa Lane; Nathan Anthony Lopez, Sept. 20, son of Roberto and Annette (Hankins) Lopez; Hannah Joy and Harleigh Grace Mullins, Oct. 16, twin daughters of Leonard and Traci Mullins.
    Charlie Hill is Berry’s new postmaster. Hill spent the last 14 years as postmaster for Corinth in Grant County and worked at the Cynthiana post office for 13 years prior to that.

  • (StatePoint) Whether you’re playing host or bringing a side dish to someone else’s holiday gathering, preparing a delicious crowd-pleaser that’s simple and affordable to make is a priority for many.

  • The year was 2002, a year that lives in infamy, or at least extreme annoyance, in my daughter, Alison’s, life.
    That was the year of the cursed perfect turkey.
    Prior to that, Alison’s Thanksgiving turkeys ranged from dry to just OK. But in 2002 she took a madcap leap of faith, risked everything and brined the bird — and it came out brown and crisp on the outside, moist and succulent on the inside. Perfection with drumsticks and wings.