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Today's News

  • Growing and cooking with herbs

    By Cheryl Case, Co. ext. agent
    Herbs and spices have been used in foods for centuries. It has been reported that in 1492 when Columbus sailed the ocean blue, he did so in order to reach the rich herbs and spices of the Orient. Join us on Tuesday, March 27 at 1 p.m. at the Harrison County Extension Office for Growing and Cooking with Herbs. Jennifer Howard, Clark County Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Science, will share how to grow an herb garden, how to make herbal vinegars, provide hints for using herbs in foods and taste testing.

  • Aubrey Michelle Bates

    Aubrey Michelle Bates
    Aubrey Michelle Bates was born to Robby and Michelle Bates of Cynthiana on Oct. 4, 2011 at Central Baptist Hospital. She weighed 7 lbs. 5 oz.
    Maternal grandparents are Rick and Mary Beth Foster of Cynthiana; maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Sadler and the late Wayne Tucker.
    Paternal grandparents are Robert and Patti Bates of Corinth; paternal great-grandparents are Bob and Lois Bates, Glenn Campbell of Crittenten and the late Ruth Campbell.

  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .

  • Mary Henson Circle holds March meeting

    The Mary Henson Circle of the Elmarch United Methodist Church met at the church on Tuesday, March 6 for its monthly meeting.
    The meal was potluck with Doris Fryman giving the blessing.
    The business meeting was called to order by Pauline Copes, president. Officers for 2012 were installed by lighting their candles and making their pledges.

  • Honors Band
  • HCHS Students of the Month
  • Harrison County Middle School FFA
  • Hearing loss causes vary; facts you should know

    (ARA) - When it comes to our health, many Americans have two realities: what we know and what we think we know. When what we think we know is less than accurate, it can be as harmful to our health as the things we don’t know at all. Perceptions about hearing loss are a good example of this phenomenon.

  • Tobin appointed director of Commodity Division for KFB

    David S. Beck, executive vice president of Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, announced that Mike Tobin, a resident of Cynthiana, has been named director of the Commodity Division. His appointment is effective April 2, 2012.
    In this role, Tobin will serve as the organization’s liaison to the various agriculture commodity groups, agriculture agencies and work closely with KFB’s advisory committees that review policies and programs affecting the respective farm commodities.

  • Curves 14th annual Food Drive feeds hungry, waives joining fee

    Cynthiana Curves is joining the Curves Internation event to benefit food banks by offering a waiver of joining fee to new members and providing existing members a way to give back to their communities.