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Today's Features

  • EBENEZER UNITED

    METHODIST

  • THURSDAY, July 11 

  • LaDonna Joy Kelly and John-Mulloy Clifford announce their upcoming marriage.
    Kelly is the daughter of Larry and Joyce Kelly of Mt. Olivet and the granddaughter of John and Judy Conley of Cynthiana and the late Terry Mattox and the late David “Slick” and Doris Kelly.
    Clifford is the son of Susan and Danny French of Mt. Olivet, and John and Teresa Clifford of Paris and the grandson of Kenneth and Marie Clifford of Cynthiana, Jane French and Dale and Judy French of Mt. Olivet, and the late Bill and Emma Hugh Wallace of Falmouth.

  • 10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: No births reported this week.
    Bourbon Bancshares, holding company for Kentucky Bank, to purchase First Federal Savings Bank, and its holding company, Kentucky First Bancorp. The transaction provides for Bourbon Bancshares to pay Kentucky First Bancorp stockholders $23.25 in cash per share of common stock. The purchase price is estimated at over $20.5 million.
    • At 754 West Main Street, Lexington, is the old brick residence where Mary Todd lived before her marriage to Abraham Lincoln.

  • Maleah Grace Florence was born to Brittany Woodford and Sean Florence of Cynthiana on May 21, 2013 at Harrison Memorial Hospital.
    She weighed 8 lbs. 11 oz.
    Maternal grandmother is Kim Bowles of Cynthiana; maternal great-grandparents are Glenn and Sylvia Doolin and Mike and Cheri Workman; maternal great-great-grandfather is Charles Doolin.

  • 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.

    RICHARDSON,
    FRANKLIN, RITCHIE

  • By Gary Carter, Co. ext. agent
    After the heavy rainfall of the past week I am sure most farmers have surveyed their crops. So far most reports seem to be, we got lucky compared to the surrounding counties. Rainfall seems to run from three-five inches in the three day period with a few spots receiving more.
    What effects are showing? Tobacco seems to be the plant that shows the greatest damage. Drowned plants in low, poorly drained areas seems to be constant throughout. The crop also shows a very poor root system which is unable to pick up nutrients.

  • The farm is approximately 860 acres and is farmed by Chad Whitaker, Jarrod Walker, Addison Thomson, Megan Baxter, Kevin Farrell and Lucas Myers. The event was hosted by the Harrison County Extension Service, FSA, FFA students and the soil conservation district. The meal was provided by the Harrison County Beef Cattle Association.