Zakk and Jennifer Duckworth Weddle announce the birth of their son James William Augustus Weddle.
He was born Jan. 5, 2015 at Mercy Hospital in Springfield Mo., weighing 6 lbs. 12 oz.
Maternal grandparents are Barry and Lisa Duckworth; great-grandmothers are Wanda Henderson and Wilma Duckworth.
Paternal grandparents are Annette and Tim Cooper, and Michael Paul; great-grandparents are Bob and Connie Weddle and Jerry and Sara Paul.
My mentor in officiating and one of the best people ever, John Swinford had an answer to coaches not wanting a rule to be enforced.
He never, to my knowledge, actually used it but he had a great comeback when a particular rule was not liked by a coach.
John would say something like we should let each coach line out the rules from the book that they do not want called and see how that works out.
The garden is not bare in the winter, far from it. There is plenty of interest to delight the gardener, feed the birds or provide shelter for a slug.
Short of having one of those unusual winters where the temperatures drop below zero for more than a week, there are quite a few interesting herbaceous perennials that persist through winter.
Design a perennial bed with them in it and you’ll always have something to enjoy.
When I was younger, I remember living for summer. We would play in the woods, play baseball, football, swim, fish and stay up late. We would usually go on vacation, camping or to the beach. Summer was my favorite season of the year, for sure.
Harrison County won 10 of 14 matches in the Border Battle with Bourbon County Wednesday night in a 58-22 win over the Colonels.
There were four forfeit wins for the Breds compared to only two forfeit losses as Harrison County is beginning to recover from a season of illness and injury.
Kellon Williams in the 220 lbs class, won by a major decision (12-2) while the remainder of the Thorobreds’ wins were with falls.
By Josh Shepherd, News writer
Thanks to the leadership of three Cynthiana churches, Harrison County will celebrate more than one super weekend this coming February.
On the weekend of Feb. 20, Ebenezer United Methodist Church, Macedonia Baptist Church and St. James A.M.E. will host a three day outreach event for young people ages 10-25.
The large Harrison County crowd that attended the game Tuesday night at Henry Clay came away with the same thought.
The Thorobreds snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.
Harrison County, after trailing very early, led from the latter part of the first quarter until 2:55 was left in the game.
At that point, the Blue Devils took the lead 53-52. Brock Jenkins then hit a three pointer to make the score 55-53 with just over two minutes to play.