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Today's News

  • Remember those killed in South Carolina

    I have a copy of Chuck Coleson’s 1992 book, The Body: Being Light In Darkness.
    Sometimes I take it from the shelf, read and reflect on the stories presented.
    They express  transformation.
    One person surrenders life to bring God’s redemptive expression to others.
    Coleson writes of excruciating sacrifice. No denomination dominates the narrative. Pastors, priests and rabbis minister to individuals and groups inside and outside their traditions. The transcending stories bear witness of the power of God.

  • Sometimes tragedies are actually mercies

    Over the years I’ve heard hundreds of stories from people about how they came to faith in Christ, or how God delivered them from something that had them bound or how they were drawn closer to God because of a certain situation.
    More often than not, the circumstances that precede the turning point or the epiphany or the moment of surrender or rescue are dire, tragic, painful. Sometimes the painful situation is what God uses to bring a person from no faith to new faith or running from God to running to him.

  • Church News 7-9-15

    WAREAGLE MINISTRIES
    War Eagles Ministries will host a yard sale on Friday, July 10 from 8:30-? in the Food Lion parking lot. Proceeds to benefit the War Eagles Ministries Building Fund.
    For more information contact Michael Ritchie at 859-298-8641.
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    For information on location and times of services call 859-954-1573, 859-954-0579 or visit wareagleministries.org.

    CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD

  • Kids Club, New Beginnings closing

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    Two Harrison County child care programs are the latest victims of an ever-decreasing school district budget.

  • Handy House preservation proponent wants city to consider vote to save landmark

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    Mia Williams, a proponent of preserving the Handy House, told Cynthiana City Commissioners Tuesday that she is committed to giving officials the most realistic plans for the house.

  • Only three weeks remain for Great Museum Treasure Hunt
  • Cynthiana Rod Run

    By Kelly McKinney, News writer

    This year, when downtown is once again bombarded with an influx of classic and collectible cars, trucks and motorcycles for the Cynthiana Rod Run, there will be a revered race car among them. 

  • Chamber’s Hot Summer Night 5K, cookout planned

    Early registration is still being accepted for the Chamber’s 5K scheduled for July 18, beginning at 7:30 p.m. This is the second leg of the Triple Crown, but it is also open to all runners and walkers.

    This mid-summer tradition takes place out near Northside Elementary School and finishes with a cook-out, awards, and noisy camaraderie.

  • Cynthiana’s Katie Himes finishes in Top 5

    Katie Himes, Miss Kentucky United States, finished as fourth runner-up at the Miss United States pageant last weekend in Washington, D.C.

    Himes, daughter of Cathy and Bobby Himes, was named fourth runner-up behind the 2015 Miss United States Summer Priester of South Carolina, Miss West Virginia, Miss New York and Miss Louisiana. 

  • Slade opens Abstract Distractions to share her art sanctuary

    By Kelly McKinney, News writer

    Cynthiana resident Shelley Slade says art is a wonderful thing. It’s soothing, it lets people forget their worries for a while, and it’s something everybody can do.

    It seems that many in Cynthiana agree.