Today's Features

  • • Wilfred A. Peterson - “The art of thanksgiving is thanksgiving. It is gratitude in action.
    • It is thanking God for the gift of life by living it triumphantly.
    • It is thanking God for your talents and abilities by accepting them as obligations to be invested for the common good.
    • It is thanking God for all that others have done for you by doing things for others.
    • It is thanking God for happiness by striving to make others happy.

  • The Womens Club of Harrison County held their Nov. 11 meeting at the Cynthiana Country Club. Bonnie Teater, president, presided at the meeting. The blessing and spiritual value was given by Virgie Wells.
    After lunch, music was provided by Ben Clifford, Karen Hurley and Robin Gasket.
    The program, was given by Sally Kenny. Her talk was about Battle Grove Cemetery.
    Lottie Barlow read the Abbys Traditional Thanksgiving prayer.
    At the business meeting four guest were welcomed, Ruth Rudnick, Sonja Frazier, Judy Judy and Tammy Schweitzer.

  • 10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Andrew Dean Utley Franklin, Nov. 6, son of Cindy (Utley) and Chris Franklin; Tyler Blake Robinson, Nov. 10, son of Glen and Jennifer Robinson.
    The Harrison County School Board approved $647,000 for a renovation project at Harrison County Middle School, Southside Elementary and the Community Education Center.
    Grand opening held for Cynthiana’s Mi Casita Mexican cuisine. The restaurant is located on Pike Street, formerly occupied by Platter’s Restaurant.

  • THURSDAY, Nov. 24
    Free Thanksgiving Meal will be served at the Harrison County High School cafeteria on Thanksgiving Day. The meal is free but please call 588-3712 and let us know you are coming. There will be Christmas crafts for the kids. Transportation can be provided. If unable to join us at the high school and would still like a meal, delivery will be available. Call the same number for deliver. Presented by Unity Christian Church.
    MONDAY, Nov. 28

  • USDA Kentucky Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director, John W. McCauley announces that farmers and ranchers in Kentucky now have a more efficient, timely option for receiving important FSA program eligibility requirements, deadlines and related information.