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  • HMH Rehabilitation Services offers new program for dizziness/balance disorders

    Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) announces a new service for individuals who experience dizziness or balance disorder. Vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is an exercise-based program designed to promote central nervous system compensation for inner ear deficits. The therapy program will treat patients suffering from imbalance issues such as positional vertigo and Meniere’s disease.

  • Cammack to demonstrate how she designs, paints gourds in Berea

    On Saturday, May 11, Sally Cammack, of Cynthiana, will demonstrate how she designs and paints gourds, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.
    Born in the coal mining town of Stearns, Ky., Cammack now lives in rural Cynthiana, where she uses gourds raised by her family and friends to create her work.
    Gourds are picked in the fall and stored in an open-weave basket to cure.

  • 12th best place to work in Kentucky

    Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) was recognized and honored at the Best Places to Work in Kentucky Eighth annual Awards Dinner on April 16 at the Lexington Convention Center. The final rankings were announced at the event, and HMH ranked number 12 out of 40 in the large business category.

  • Town & Village recital moves to BCHS auditorium

    The Town and Village Honor Company and Apprentices had one of their most successful competition seasons to date. Those routines, as well as routines representing all of the students at Town and Village will take to the stage at the new Bourbon County High School Auditorium, May 9-11.

  • Kentucky Life celebrates sports across the Commonwealth on Derby weekend

    To celebrate Kentucky Derby weekend, the next Kentucky Life gets in the sporting mood to explore some unique and interesting past-times. The program looks at Dainty, a German street-ball game played in the Louisville neighborhood of Schnitzelburg, a historical marker that explains how Middlesboro’s golf course made history, the marble game of Rolley Hole in Monroe County, EarthJoy Tree Adventures in Alexandria, and the popularity of cornhole across the state.
    The program airs Saturday, May 4 at 8/7 p.m. and Sunday, May 5 at 4/3 p.m. on KET.

  • Practice electrical safety in the home and garden

    If electrical appliances are not maintained or used properly, your home can be diminished in a matter of seconds.
    Electrical appliances within the home are part of our everyday life – from the toaster, heaters, hair curler, blow dryer, microwave, television, and stereo. If these appliances are not maintained, stored or used properly, they can pose a serious safety hazard. Here are some safety precautions for electrical appliances in the home:
    • Electrical appliances should not be used around water.

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  • Harrison Circuit Clerk’s office celebrates Donate Life Month in April

    “This April, and every day, I am proud of the impact this office has on the lives of others, especially those in need of life-saving organ transplants. I am humbled at the generosity of our community,” says Harrison County Circuit Clerk Kathy Kearns. “Even through tough economic times, our community is committed to helping others.”

  • Cynthiana Police Explorer team competes in Winterfest

    On Saturday, Feb. 9, the Explorer Post 714 participated in the annual Winterfest competition held in Gatlinburg, Tenn. They competed in six events on Saturday, two of which the group had not trained for yet. The post showed a marked improvement of the last year and it showed in the results.
    The police competition consisted of 48 posts and 72 teams from 11 different states. Cynthiana placed as follows:

  • WCYN to host first annual Country Cares for St. Jude Kids Radiothon

    Cynthiana will have an opportunity to help save the lives of children with cancer by participating in the WCYN Country Cares for St. Jude Kids Radiothon to help St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®, one of the world’s top centers for childhood cancer treatment and research where no families ever pay for anything.
    Listeners will have the opportunity to become Partners in Hope by donating $20 a month to support the lifesaving mission of St. Jude by calling 1-800-795-1800 during the broadcast Thursday and Friday, May 9 and 10, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.