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Today's Features

  • BOYD UNITED
    METHODIST
    HYMN SING
    Boyd United Methodist Church Community Hymn Sing will be held Oct. 14 at 2:30 p.m. at the church, 2140 Hwy. 1054 N., Boyd, Ky.
    Great music and praise is planned for the day. Featuring many guitarists and singers. In coordination with the Riverview Baptist Church.

    CITY ON A HILL
    City on a Hill Church is holding services every Sunday in the community room at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library.

  • Recently, I heard about a young dad named Dillon Moore and a Texas dentist, Dr. Kenny Wilstead.
    About two years ago, Wilstead randomly came across Moore on Facebook and noticed that he wasn’t smiling in any of his photos and offered to fix his teeth, if that was the reason he didn’t smile.
    Moore replied that he couldn’t take off work, and that was that.
    Then this past September, Moore had a toothache while at work and his boss sent him to Marshall Family Dental in Marshall, Texas -- the dental office where Dr. Wilstead had his practice.

  • THURSDAY, Oct. 11
    Berry City Commission will meet Thursday, Oct. 11  at 7 p.m., at Berry City Hall. The meetings are open to the public.
    Scrapbook Program for Adults. Thursday, Oct. 11 at 11 a.m. at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. Supplies are provided. All library programs are free to the public. Call  859-234-4881 to register. Pre-registration is required.

    FRIDAY, Oct. 12

  • 10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Monroe Christopher Ogden, Aug. 19, son of Rodney and Mae Ogden.
    The Cynthiana Democrat to host the Cynthiana City Commission Candidate Forum on Oct. 20 at the Harrison County Extension Building.
    The Harrison County Breds and Fillies soccer teams preparing for district tournaments.
    Trial set for pair accused of robbing Berry Branch of Farmers National Bank. The bank was robbed at gun point on July 15, 2004.

  • Three history organizations have partnered to commemorate the 100th anniversary of America’s involvement in World War I.
    The Central Kentucky World War II Roundtable, the Battle of Richmond Association and the Madison County Civil War Roundtable are hosting Chas Riddenhouse Sr., one of the nation’s reenactors of the United States military commander during World War I General John “Black Jack” Pershing.

  • * Make plans to take part in this weekend’s Artoberfest - a great community event - and also on any weekend plan to enjoy your community’s history and art museum Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the old Rohs Theatre Building, Walnut Street.
    * Throughout its 24 years of existence, the Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum has served as both a history and art museum. Within its vast collection there are many, many examples of art.

  • Indian Creek Homemaker’s Club would like to express their appreciation to our soldiers in the military during the month of October.
    We will be sending “Thank you for your service” cards to any active troops and veterans that can be contacted. If you would like to have a card sent to a serviceman or woman, contact Cheryl Johnson, Family and Individual Development chairman at 234-6194 and leave a message with the soldier’s name and address.

  • When it comes to bulbs we are not always met with consistent success.
    Before you blame the chipmunks, the guy who mows the grass or the bulb company for their lack-luster performance, consider some of the other factors that influence how well flowering bulbs flower.
    Sunlight, crowded bulbs, pre-mature removal of foliage the previous season or a winter rest period that wasn’t cold enough or long enough may play a role in poor performance.