Today's Features

      Cynthiana Presbyterian Church children from Preschool through 5th grade experienced a fun adventure at Rolling River Rampage Vacation Bible School last week. This adventure included exciting new music, amazing science experiments, creative crafts, fun recreation, and memborable Bible stories that helped the children know that God is with them always.

  • Several weeks ago, my pastor told a story that had people whispering, “Whoa.”
    It happened years ago when a young, pregnant woman came to our church and gave her life to Jesus.
    The baby had problems developing and had to undergo an extensive delicate surgery while still in the womb.
    Our whole church was praying and praying as this miracle unfolded in front of us.
    The baby girl was born prematurely with all kinds of physical problems and went through several more surgeries and was in the hospital for months.

  • THURSDAY, June 27
    Bingo for Adults. Thursday, June 27 at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. Prizes will be household items. Space is limited. Pre-registration is not required.
    Star Jars. Thursday, June 27 at 2 p.m. for grades 6th-12th at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library. All materials are provided to create a one of a kind star jar.  To pre-register call 234-4881 or email cfranklin@cynthianalibrary.org.

  • The Kentucky Adopt-a-Highway is in need of groups to help clean up the Kentucky state highways.  Any business, association, community or public organization or government entity may adopt a segment of highway.

  • 10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Misty Dawn Hurst, May 22, daughter of Ammanda Sunshine Hurst and Chad Allen Hurst; Whitlee Faye Thompson, June 9, daughter of Christin Thompson; Taylor Reece and Emily Mae Perkins, April 1, twin daughters of Kenneth and Melissa Perkins.
    Sister Ruth Agnes Delaney will be the new principal at St. Edward Catholic School. Delaney replaces Mary Grable who retired as principal.
    Harrison Memorial Hospital expands its urology services line with the addition of urologist Dr. William Crowe and Dr. Timothy Adkins.

  • Jessica Sayre

    Extension Agent for Horticulture
    Harrison County Extension Office

  • Like most caterpillars, bagworms are voracious eaters as they store up calories for growth, metamorphosis and reproduction. Now is the time they do the majority of their damage to evergreen trees and shrubs, so be on the lookout for activity.  
    A large infestation can literally strip an evergreen of nearly all its needles. 
    The life cycle of a bagworm begins in late May to early June when hundreds of larvae emerge from almond-shaped bags from last year.   As the larvae hatch, they begin to feed immediately on the foliage of the plant. 

  • Lauren Morgan Mullis, daughter of William and Kandy Mullis of Dallas, Georgia, and Bobby Lang Feeback, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, son of Eddie and Lisa Feeback of Cynthiana, announce their forthcoming marriage.
    The wedding will be held July 6, 2019, in Ball Ground, Georgia.
    Mullis is a 2015 graduate of the University of West Georgia and is employed by DoseLogix as the Education and Development Coordinator.

  • The Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) Auxiliary held its annual spring volunteer luncheon on Tuesday, April 9. Thirty-five people attended the event.

  • THURSDAY, June 20
    Prep Academy Enrollment Day (Early Childhood Development). June 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Harrison County Center, 500 Hillside Drive. Don’t miss this opportunity. Parents and children, ages birth to five, are invited to join Community Action Council for a day of fun and games. Schedule a tour of the Prep Academy, Community Action Council’s high-quality early childhood education program, and enroll children the same day.