Last Saturday, Larry Silverman caught a catfish, which he considers a miracle, a moment of light after a year of incredible darkness.
Larry is the pastor of New Covenant of Grace Fellowship in Inverness, FL.
Last year, Larry had a loose tooth, and shortly after he had it pulled he was diagnosed with cancer in his mouth. As a result, he had part of his tongue removed and his jaw reconstructed using a bone and skin from his leg. He now eats through a feeding tube.
CYNTHIANA POLICE DEPARTMENT
Nov. 19 -- Katelyn J. Hollar, 20, was issued a warning on Battle Grove Avenue for disregarding a stop sign.
Nov. 19 -- Tyler K. Traylor, 23, was arrested on South Church Street and charged with possession of alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle, DUI, failure to dim headlights and failure to produce insurance card.
Nov. 19 -- Dakota J. Hackney, 24, was arrested on two Harrison County warrants and one from Boone County.
ST. EDWARD SCHOOL
MONDAY: Choice of: Nutrigran Bar or cereal or Poptart with yogurt; fruit, choice of milk or juice.
TUESDAY: Choice of: Breakfast pizza or cereal or Poptart with yogurt; fruit, choice of milk or juice.
WEDNESDAY: Choice of: Super Bun or cereal or Poptart with yogurt; fruit, choice of milk or juice.
THURSDAY: Choice of: Biscuit and sausage or cereal or Poptart with yogurt; fruit, choice of milk or juice.
FRIDAY: Choice of: Mini cinnis or cereal or Poptart with yogurt; fruit, choice of milk or juice.
HARRISON DISTRICT COURT
Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
presiding Nov. 21, 2016
Estate of Darrin Hounchell, probate hearing; pass to be re-noticed.
Estate of Doris E. Plumeri, probate hearing; order entered.
Estate of Helen Lewis Denniston Smith, probate hearing; order entered.
Estate of Thomas Clay Stith, probate hearing; pass to be re-noticed.
Estate of Orla Glen New, probate hearing; will admitted, bond approved, order entered.
Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) was recently one of only 39 hospitals to receive national recognition from The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in the United States, for its contributions to electronical clinical quality measure (eCQM) adoption. The recognition appears in The Joint Commission’s Annual Report, “America’s Hospitals: Improving Quality and Safety,” as part of its Pioneers in Quality™ program to acknowledge hospitals at the forefront of a new era in health care quality reporting.
10 years ago . . .
Births announced this week are: Madison Nicole Collins, Oct. 20, daughter of Davin and Leigh Ann Collins; Alyssa Jade Durbin, Oct. 24, daughter of Heather Durbin and Josh Hall; John Michael Furnish, Nov. 2, son of Amy Michelle and Michael Furnish; Katy Beth Linville, Oct. 9, daughter of Kathy and Michael Linville.
* Cynthiana Weekly News, Feb. 7, 1867 -- “Workmen are presently engaged in putting a tin roof on the Livery and Sale Stable, being erected by Messrs. Hill and Firman on the corner of Pike and Walnut Street.”
* Cynthiana Democrat, Jan. 31, 1963 -- “At Kentucky Cardinal Dairy where official high and low temperatures are recorded every morning at eight o’clock on Jan. 28 the low temperature was minus 34 degrees.”
In 2012, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services launched the Partnership for Patients’ Hospital Engagement Network. Through that program, many Kentucky birthing hospitals joined together to reduce the number of elective inductions and cesarean deliveries performed before 39 weeks of pregnancy. Harrison Memorial Hospital was one of the participating hospitals.
Julianne Whitney Dennis, Maxwell Royce Ferguson, Sydney Cheyenne Perraut, Benjamin Vanhook, Bailee Madysen Thornsbury, Ryan Huff, Elizabeth Barnes, Brianna Smith, Jordan McDaniel, Daniel Scott Faulconer, Hallari Brooks, Sederick Nelson.
Cynthiana Fire Department assistant chief Joey Nelson cautioned those who use freshly cut Christmas trees to make sure they are kept watered and moist.
Last week, at the regular monthly Chamber of Commerce meeting, Nelson and several CFD firefighters staged a demonstration of what can happen if a spark ignites a dry and brittle Christmas tree.
“It takes almost no time at all for a dry Christmas tree to catch fire and spread through an entire house,” Nelson said.