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Today's News

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .

     

    Births announced this week are: Austin Clyde Haynes, Nov. 16, son of Phillip and LaDonna Haynes; Emma Lee Alexa Lutes, Dec. 3, daughter of Eddie Wayne Lutes and Rebecca Lutes; Allison Breen Nichols, Dec. 2, daughter of Johnny and Amelia Nichols; Andrew Jared "A.J." Smith, Nov. 29, son of Vanessa R. and Andrew M. Smith; Morgan Paige Sumpter, Nov. 26, daughter of Barry and Kelly Sumpter; Haidyn Elise Williams, Oct. 18, daughter of Greg and Ami Haid Williams.

     

  • Homemade holiday

    ominately homemade holiday.

    My friend Pernilla suggested that all gifts should be ones that can “be used up” for a good purpose. So, something one could eat, use to cook with, to bathe with; perhaps something we could decorate with and when finished it would be a good addition to the compost pile? 

    I have planned ahead a bit: this summer when I was canning and processing things from the garden, I did extra so I could give them as heartfelt thanks to friends during the holidays.

  • Property Transfers

    PROPERTY TRANSFERS

    Paula McDaniel and Joe R. McDaniel to Joe R. McDaniel and Paula McDaniel, property at 323 E. Pleasant St., $1.

    Mike C. Smith and Kimberly M. Smith to Bobby Hiler and Patricia Hiler, Parcel I, 52.084 acres on Friendship Road, $94,500.

    Robert L. Ammerman and Betty W. Ammerman to Commonwealth of Kentucky, for use and benefit of the Transportation Cabinet, Department of Highways, Parcel 202 - Tract A- .474 acre; Parcel 202 - Tract B- .611 acre; at the intersection of US 27 and West Pearl Street, $110,104.

  • Sports Beat

    Freshmen split

    games last week

    The Harrison County freshman boys won at home and lost on the road last week.

    The young Breds defeated Bryan Station 61-51 on Dec. 9 at home. 

  • Gracyn Elizabeth Shields

    Gracyn Elizabeth Shields

    Gracyn Elizabeth Shields was born to Chris and Julie Shields of Cynthiana on Dec. 1, 2009 at Central Baptist Hospital. She weighed 5 lbs. 12 oz.

  • Community calendar

    FRIDAY, Dec. 18

    Bookmobile. The Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library Bookmobile will be available Friday, Dec. 18 in Robynwood Heights from 2-3 p.m.

    The Story of Christmas. The Berry Lions Club invites the public to attend “The Story of Christmas” on Friday, Dec. 18, from 6 p.m.– 8 p.m. at the Berry Lions Club Hall. The event is free and open to the public. Kids, meet Santa and receive treat bags and gifts. Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies, story time, caroling, and watching the movie “The Polar Express.”

    SATURDAY, Dec. 19

  • New Drivers

    NEW DRIVERS

    Christopher Martin, Austin Wade, Wayne Reed, Samuel Dailey, Heather Whitson, Spencer C. McGuire, Hannah Whitson, Stephanie Kelley, Justin Thomas Givens and Daniel Kiskaden Jr.

  • Over 800 boxes collected for Operation Christmas Child

    To the editor:

    Operation Christmas Child was a great success this year in Harrison County. Last year our community collected just over 700 boxes for this ministry. The total for this year was 834.  Wow!

    We would like to say thank you to our community in supporting this ministry. Whether you gave a monetary gift, an empty shoebox a filled shoebox or items to be placed in shoeboxes or maybe all you could do was pray, it was all deeply, deeply appreciated and will change the life of a child somewhere in the world.

  • Marriage Licenses

    MARRIAGE LICENSES

    Jessica Lynn Ashcraft, 18, and Matthew Edward Hyatt, 25, married Nov. 7, 2009.

    Mary Elizabeth Cox, 36, and Clint Austin Munoz, 36, married Nov. 17, 2009.

    Angela Nicole Gasser, 35, and Robert Lawrence Gribble II, 33, married Nov. 21, 2009.

    Ashley Renee Pullens, 18, and Zachary Layne Arnold, 25, married Oct. 23, 2009.

    Connie Renee Dixon, 41, and Robert Peterson Commodore, 44, married Nov. 21, 2009.

    Chasity Dawn Angel, 28, and Benjamine Paul Smith, 34, married Nov. 24, 2009.

  • Gross is state’s Top Cop for DUI arrests, again

    A Cynthiana police sergeant was recognized Wednesday morning in Lexington for efforts to keep drunk drivers off the roads.

    Sgt. Wilbur Gross received the Governor’s Impaired Drivers’ Enforcement Award for the third year in a row and fifth time since 1998.

    Gross, who has been a police officer for 16 years, three months, made 23 arrests this year and 13 last year.

    “It’s great to be recognized for the job that we do, but I’m not out to get an award, just to get impaired drivers off the road,” Gross said.