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Today's News

  • Stranger things have happened

    Who among us wasn’t beaming with pride when we learned that two of our own, Trenton Thompson and Dillon Pulliam, were going to face each other on Rupp Arena’s floor last Sunday night?  
    Not only are the pair from the same high school, but they played on the same team and for the same coach.  
    I am sure that this was not the only time that high school teammates have played against each other on a college floor but it certainly was the first time for Harrison County.  

  • Bowling Results

    Cynthiana Business 11/2/16
    1 Premier Carpet Cleaning W 31.0/L 9.0
    2 Galactic Alley W 28.0/L 12.0
    3 Man On W 27.0/L 13.0
    4 Wachter Roofing W 24.0/L 16.0
    5 D’s Nutz W 24.0/L 16.0
    6 Sports Unlimited W 21.0/L 19.0
    7 Colmansville Store & Grill W 21.0/L 19.0
    8 Houdini Diesel W 20.0/L 20.0
    9 Legacy Log & Timber W 17.0/L 23.0
    10 CW’s Crew W 17.0/L 23.0
    11 Hisle Motorsports W 17.0/L 23.0
    12 B/L Dry W 16.0/L 24.0
    13 Double O W 13.0/L 27.0

  • Southside Career Day

    Southside Elementary held a
    Career Day on Friday, Nov. 4.
    Law Enforcement, Health and Fire Department were a few of the booths offering information
    to the students.

  • Viewpoint

    Isn’t it ironic that the most contentious and divisive presidential election in recent American history comes just three days prior to Veterans Day?
    The very freedoms that all Americans enjoy, which allows them to spew hatred and vicious personal attacks at each other for their political differences, was guaranteed by the veterans who have fought and died for those very freedoms.

  • Speech Tournament
  • Church News

    CITY ON A HILL
    City on a Hill evening services are held on Wednesdays at 7 p.m.; Sunday services are at 10:30 a.m. and at 6 p.m.
    Services are held at the Center at 201 N. Second St., Berry, Ky.
    For more information call 859-954-1573 or 859-954-0579.
    • • • •
    Don’t forget to plan to join City on a Hill for its fourth annual New Year’s service.

    ST. JAMES AME

  • Honor Roll

    ST. EDWARD
    St. Edward Honor Roll for the first quarter includes:

    All A’s
    Skylar    Hatfield, 5th; Camille Hatfield, 3rd; Mae Heimlich, 1st; Colton Jones, 1st.

    A/B Roll
    Abigail Rion 5th; Isaac Furnish, 4th; Jackson Ware, 4th; Isaac Finch, 3rd; Madison Jones, 3rd; Resa Heimlich, 3rd; Kathryn Gasser, 3rd; Sarra Skinner, 3rd; Addison Perraut, 3rd; Sutton Koch, 2nd; Miles Navarre, 2nd; Perrin Jack, 2nd; Farrar Naomi, 1st.

    School Honors

  • Interpretations based on what?

    Christian author and speaker Paul Tripp tells the story of his 3-year-old son Darnay who was wandering around their backyard one day oblivious to the fact that his older brother was playing baseball by hitting stones with a rake handle.
    Eventually, the older brother took a swing and accidently struck little Darnay squarely on his forehead. His sister, also in the backyard, began to scream at the sight of poor Darnay on the ground bleeding.
    Paul went out and started to mop away the blood to determine how bad it was. The older brother was pleading his innocence.

  • Connersville Mills donation
  • Grace Notes

    Here’s a question for you: When is sin a good thing?
    Recently, I heard a preacher say, “The greatest gift that God gives to the people he loves is their sin -- when they know it.”
    I’ll let you digest that for a minute.
    The preacher did NOT say that God thinks sin is good. Sin is what separates the creature from the Creator, the very thing that caused Jesus to die for us.
    No, the preacher said that our sin, when we know it and own it and hate it, is a gift, a gift from God.
    How can that be?