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Today's News

  • Crossword Puzzle

    ACROSS
    1. Minimal in magnitude
    6. Club alternative
    9. Angelina to Maddox
    13. Cattiness
    14. “___ the land of the free ...”
    15. Permissible
    16. 1/100 of a rial
    17. Oahu greeting gift
    18. Foolish
    19. *”Harry Potter and the ____ Child”
    21. *UK’s 2016 withdrawal vote
    23. Christian minister, abbr.
    24. Long, long time
    25. Scottish cap
    28. Sushi selection
    30. African tree
    35. Faubourg Saint-HonorÈ and Rivoli, e.g.

  • Without Him, there is no beginning...no tomorrow

    As I think about the times of growing up on the farm living in an old two story house that was built without or with very little, if any, insulation was a time of being thankful that God was truly watching over my family.

  • 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.
    Everyone is welcome to come and join in for a hymn sing on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 6 p.m. A dinner will be served after the program.
    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.

  • community calendar

    THURSDAY, Dec. 1
    Warriors Program. Thursday, Dec. 1 at 4 p.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. Warriors Program based on the book series by Erin Hunter. Join us as we find our clan, test our knowledge and make some cool crafts from the series for 3rd through 8th grade. Pre-registration is appreciated.
    Women’s Book Group and Potluck. Thursday, Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. The book for discussion will be Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline.

  • Food pantry donation
  • Faulkner joins her father’s dental team

    Dr. Bill Faulkner has announced a new addition to his dental team. Dr. Brooke Faulkner, daughter of Dr. Faulkner, will be joining her father’s office on a part-time basis.
    She will be accepting new patients in January 2017 and is eager to begin working alongside her father.

  • FSA extends voting deadline for county committee elections

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Kentucky Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director, John W. McCauley, announces that the deadline to submit ballots for the 2016 County Committee Elections has been extended to ensure farmers and ranchers have sufficient time to vote. Eligible voters now have until Dec. 13, 2016 to return ballots to their local FSA offices. Producers who have not received their ballot should pick one up at their local FSA office.

  • School Menus

    Dec. 5-9
    * Menus subject to change due to weather and delivery.

    BREAKFAST
    ST. EDWARD SCHOOL
    MONDAY: Choice of: Breakfast slider or cereal or Poptart with yogurt; fruit, choice of milk or juice.
    TUESDAY: Choice of: Pancake with syrup or cereal or Poptart with yogurt; fruit, choice of milk or juice.
    WEDNESDAY: Choice of: Chicken n’ waffle or cereal or Poptart with yogurt; fruit, choice of milk or juice.
    THURSDAY: No School.

  • Funeral services Tuesday for HCHS teen killed last week

    Becky Barnes,
    Editor
    bbarnes@cynthianademocrat.com

    Funeral services will be held Tuesday for the Harrison County High School senior who was killed in an automobile accident last Wednesday.
    Brett Persinger, 18, was the passenger in a vehicle driven by Max Ogden. The pair were traveling down the hill on New Lair Road behind the high school when the car they were in collided with a cement truck that was headed up the hill.
    Ogden remains in the hospital.

  • FRANKFORT FOCUS A Legislative Perspective on the Kentucky General Assembly

    This week, we will come together as we have for generations to celebrate Thanksgiving with our family and friends.  
    Here in Kentucky, we certainly have a lot that we can be thankful for, beginning with the food we eat.  Kentucky farmers play a major role in that effort, with about 10 different commodities – from poultry and cattle to corn and soybeans – bringing in $100 million or more a year.
    Americans are greatly benefiting from the gains we have made in agriculture.