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Today's Features

  • CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD
    Homecoming with former pastors Dan and Sherry Collard will be held Sept. 14  at 10:45 a.m. at Calvary Assembly of God, 325 Webster Ave. (across from the high school). There will be special music and a covered dish dinner after service.

  • Life in a small town is different from life in a big city. There are fewer shopping centers, fewer traffic lights, and in general, fewer people.  In fact, most of the time in small towns, just about everybody knows everybody else.  And if they don’t know you- they certainly know about you.

  • One of my favorite writers is Anne Lamott.
    She’s both profound and profane, one of those people who, when you hear what comes out of her mouth, you gasp and are horrified — unless you’re honest with yourself and realize she’s only saying the same things you sometimes think.
    Some people think she’s not a real Christian because of her language and liberal, whacked-out theology. She says she came to faith in Christ kicking and fighting and cussing, which, again if you’re honest, is the way many of us come to Jesus.

  • The last time I wrote in this spot, I was lamenting the fact that my eldest child was graduating from high school.
    I was not ready for one of my children to be an adult and leave home. Funny thing though, whether I was ready or not, it has happened.

  • In 1998, I had a bad week.

  • CENTRAL CHRISTIAN
    Think your not good enough to make it to Heaven? Come hear the Good News about the Grace of God at Central Christian Church, corner of Second and Riggs.  
    Wednesday night bible study at 7 p.m.; Sunday morning at 9:30 Sunday school; Sunday church services 10:30.
    Bro. Benny Northcutt is the minister. Everyone welcome.

    FIRST UNITED METHODIST

  • * Cynthiana Democrat, Feb. 15, 1945 -- “On Monday, while at the Cynthiana Stockyards, John Wheeler had the bad luck of receiving gashes on the leg from the tusk of a vicious hog. He said the attack was so sudden and swift that it was over before he had a chance to defend himself. His wounds were dressed at Harrison Memorial Hospital and he returned home.”
    * Cynthiana News, Jan. 7, 1869 -- Herman Rohs is about to establish a large coal yard near Pleasant Street on the railroad in this city.”

  • By Benita Peoples, County extension agent for family and consumer science
    In a botanical sense, an herb is a plant that does not produce a woody stem and dies back to the ground each winter to a perennial root system. In the garden sense, herbs are plants that serve as a major source of seasonings in food preparation. In an even broader sense, herbs include plants that are also useful for scents in cosmetics or for medicinal purposes. Some of them are woody and outstep the definition of a herbaceous plant.

  • 10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Aidan Tyler Morris, May 28, son of Craig and Jennet Morris.
    Construction begins on the Harrison County High School’s new tennis courts. The six new courts will be located above the football practice field at a cost of $186,500.
    Harrison Memorial Hospital welcomes Mark E. Einbecker, MD, to its staff. Einbecker is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in problems with the hand and upper extremities.
    Harrison County Sheriff’s Department nets $1.6 million in marijuana from air raid.

  • GILKERSON/GILKISON
    The Gilkerson/Gilkison family reunion will be held Saturday, Aug. 30 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Legion Hall on Legion Road in Paris, Ky. A potluck meal will be served at 12:30 p.m.
    Bring a covered dish, soft drinks. Utensils, plates, napkins, lemonade and coffee will be furnished. Also bring family tree information.
    For more information call Deloris G. Brooks at 859-987-4744 or Joyce G. Dean at 859-948-7064.

    MULLIGAN