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Today's Features

  • If there was anything that I came to understand more profoundly this year it would have to be the power of instinct: mine, our animals and the forces of ideologies of which I agree and disagree.
    I reread my year end column from 2011, which reminded me of where I was 12 months ago; it helps me better appreciate where I am today.
    It seems we didn’t do too badly, after all, and it’s all because both Andy and I recognize the power of instinct.

  • Dr. Joshua Thomas Grinstead wed Abbagail Faith Cundiff on June 23, 2012 at the home and family farm of the bride’s grandparents, Clyde and Phyllis Sluss, Morehead, Ky.
    Cundiff is the daughter of Curt and Janie Cundiff of Morehead. She has recently completed her Master’s as a Reading/Writing Specialist at Morehead State University and she is teaching first grade at Straub Elementary in Mason County.

  • 25 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Kimberly Denise Fryman, Dec. 17, daughter of Tommy and Connie Fryman.
    Injuries escaped when airborne car lands in bedroom of Charles and Peggy Carson on Elmarch Avenue.

    50 years ago . . .

  • Danielle Arlene Schaefer, 23, and Stephen Dale Cole, 24, married Nov. 5, 2012.
    Rebecca Lynn Moore, 23, and Ricardo Contreras Labra, 30, married Nov. 13, 2012.
    Vernie Marie Bills, 27, and Walter Adolphus Nickerson, 31, married Nov. 3, 2012.
    Leslie Paige English, 19, and Cory Todd Hilterbrandt, 22, married Nov. 24, 2012.
    Darcey Renee Jones, 27, and Michael David Crites, 37, married Dec. 3, 2012.
    Ronda Courtney Wilson, 54, and John Elmer Phillips Jr., 58, married Dec. 12, 2012.

  • FRIDAY, Dec. 21

  • One of my favorite parts of Christmas is attending the Christmas Eve service at my church.
    With the lights dimmed, candles soften the sanctuary, soften faces, quiet the hearts of the people who have come.
    Some come harried and hassled. Others come burdened and broken. All come seeking something, seeking peace.
    At my church, it’s our tradition on Christmas Eve to sing of peace and silence. As we hold candles we sing, “Peace, peace, peace on earth and good will to all.”

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