Father Douglas Lauer, currently in his 11th year as priest at St. Edwards Catholic Church, is preparing for a week-long celebration.
Catholic Schools Week will begin next week on Sunday, Jan. 31, and last until Sunday, Feb. 7.
A tractor-trailer bound for 3M on New Lair had a detour into the Old Cynthiana Graveyard about 3 a.m. on Saturday. The empty rig was headed south off of the Joe B. Hall bridge on North Main Street when the driver lost control on the snow-covered road and slid across the northbound lane at the old cemetery, according to Cynthiana Police Sgt. Jeff Thomas. No one was injured.
4. African American undertakers and owners of funeral home - Bradshaw
6. 1st African American Harrison County Track Coach - Robert Walker
7. Was the location of African American Legion Hall in Cynthiana - China House
10. Drafted by Cincinnati Reds right after graduating from HCHS - Brian Williams
12. African American woman to lobby in Washington D.C. for flood control and receive a BLANK check for project in 1998 - Alice Allen
13. Only African American Baptist Church in Cynthiana - Macedonia Baptist
4. African American undertakers and owners of funeral home
6. 1st African American Harrison County Track Coach
7. Was the location of African American Legion Hall in Cynthiana
10. Drafted by Cincinnati Reds right after graduating from HCHS
12. African American woman to lobby in Washington D.C. for flood control and receive a BLANK check for project in 1998
13. Only African American Baptist Church in Cynthiana
McKayla D. Cloyd, Samantha Stephens, Logan Kellione, Donnie Brewer, Kasey Engle, Sierra Stacey, Donald Covington, Joseph Franklin, Kacia Joelle Clements, Maegan Garrison, and Brooklen Linville.
Friday’s and Saturday’s Harrison County Invitational was a top competition with 11 teams involved in the contest for middle and high schools and five for elementary shooters.
Harrison County Middle School finished fourth of 11 in their segment scoring 3,091 points.
Seventh grader Kennedy Sumpter was the top shooter of the day, defeating all 296 girls and the top male finisher.
1. Often follows “taken”
6. Common inquiries
9. Tibetan monk
13. Shakira’s soccer-playing partner Gerard
14. Down Under bird
15. Female fox
16. Greyish brown
17. *Romantic destination
18. Unable to move
19. *Valentine and the like
21. *a.k.a ____ Awareness Day to some
23. Found on grass some mornings
24. *Lover of Aeneas
25. *Special celebratory drink
28. Preakness, e.g.
30. Release of gas
35. Baker’s baker
HARRISON FAMILY COURT
Judge Heather Fryman
presiding Jan. 20, 2016
Diana Dawn Ayala vs. Miguel David Ayala, other hearing; to be re-docketed when ready.
Rachel Ann Hill vs. Matthew Bryan Hill, motion hour; dismissed by motion, remanded from docket, closed.
Elizabeth Maria Wilson vs. Victor Alonso Martinez, motion hour; motion to withdraw granted.
Sandra Dee Merrill vs. Donald Ray Merrill, domestic; has been renoticed.
Eighth Grade Night was held between the seventh and eighth grade basketball games Tuesday evening at the Harrison County Middle School gym.
There were five cheerleaders and 11 players along with family representatives recognized during the ceremony.
The five cheerleaders are Sarah Allison, Maria Furnish, Mary Hollis Partin, Marleigh Posey and Jacqueline Smith.