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Today's Features

  • Kimberly Ann Yeager, 43, and Charles Clayton Lowery, 59, married March 17, 2012.
    Stacy Jo Fryman, 28, and Kevin Ryan Miller, 34, married March 23, 2012.
    Judy Magglene Fryman, 27, and Martin Clay Mastin, 41, married March 30, 1977.
    Sarah Clay Ammerman, 24, and Dustin Tyler Hunt Ross, 25, married March 31, 2012,
    Jennifer Lynn Maddox, 32, and Scott-Andrew Noble Mains, 35, married March 31, 2012

  • Mr. and Mrs. David Rose of Milford, Ky., announce that they are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. The couple was married on April 20, 1962 by the Rev. Sorrell at the Cynthiana Church of God.
    They are the parents of Lisa (Louis) Kendall of Cynthiana and Kathy (Joel) Brumley of Milford, and the grandparents of Jacob and Jesseca Kendall and Michaela Brumley.

  • Kentucky Life, host Dave Shuffett joins a team of ghost hunters during an eerie stop at Octagon Hall in Franklin, which many believe is one of the most haunted sites in America. The program also visits the Wilson-Blair African American One Room Schoolhouse and Museum in Caldwell County; explores the cliffs above Lake Cumberland in Burnside; and more. The program airs Saturday, April 28 and Sunday, April 29 on KET.

  • CHURCHES FOR
    HARRISON COUNTY
    Churches for Harrison County (formerly known as The Harrison County Ministerial Association) is asking that all churches of Harrison County designate Sunday, April 22 as Churches for Harrison County Day, and to add a special offering for the cause. Money collected will be used for residents of Harrison County.
    Donations may be mailed to Harrison County Ministerial Association, Attn: Margaret Watson, treasurer, 204 Shimfessel Court, Cynthiana, KY 41031.

  • When we first moved to Florida, our oldest daughter was 14 and not happy about the move.
    Being 14, she cried. A lot.
    One of her many places of tears was Sunken Gardens, the old Florida attraction in St. Petersburg. It’s supposedly the oldest commercial tourist attraction on Florida’s west coast and one of the first botanical gardens in the U.S.
    In 1903, George Turner, Sr., a plumber and avid gardener, bought the site, which included a shallow lake, 10 feet below sea level. He drained it and planted a “sunken” garden.

  • THURSDAY, April 19

  • The Kentucky Agricultural Development Board, chaired by Gov. Steve Beshear, recently awarded $40,000 in Harrison County Agricultural Development Funds for a County Agricultural Investment Program (CAIP).
    The Harrison County Beef Cattle Association submitted a proposal to the Harrison County Agricultural Development Council and the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board to provide cost-share incentives to area farmers.

  • Project Linus is seeking help to honor some special heroes. The local North Central Kentucky Chapter of Project Linus is holding a quilt drive to benefit the TAPS Good Grief Camp for Young Survivors.
    Part of the 18th annual TAPS National Military Survivor Seminar, the camp is held over Memorial Day weekend in Arlington, Va., and provides a special experience for children who are grieving the loss of a loved one who died while serving in the U.S. military. The camp’s capacity is maxed out again this year, with some 1,600 children registered to attend.