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Today's Features

  • About five years ago, I started attending an addiction support group for family members and friends.
    Although I didn’t have an addiction to a substance, I quickly discovered I did have an addiction to my “qualifier,” the person who is the reason I was there.
    Each week at this meeting, we’d sit around a table, and in front of us were stand-up cards with various slogans written on them such as “One day at a time” and “Easy does it.”
    The one that was always in my line of vision: “Let go and let God.”

  • Three recent graduates from Harrison County are recipients of scholarships from Harrison County Farm Bureau and the Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation. In partnership with the County Farm Bureaus, the Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation awarded more than $460,000 this year to deserving students from across the Commonwealth.
    Janice Dean was awarded a $1,000 Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation Scholarship. Dean plans to attend the University of Kentucky to study accounting and finance. Dean is from the Evarts area.

  • Ally Barnett, a graduate student at the University of Kentucky (UK), has taken every opportunity to engage in the conversation surrounding agriculture.
    This summer, Barnett is serving as an intern in the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s (KDA) Education and Outreach Division. Her specialty is ag safety education.
     “I always knew that I wanted to be involved in agriculture,” Barnett said. “This internship has allowed me to travel the state and share the stories of all Kentuckians.”

  • 10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Kaylee Rae Lea, Jan. 6, daughter of Keith and Kenna Rae Lea.
    The Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum will be featured on WTVQ-TV’s “Kentucky Backroads.”

  • MARSH
    The descendants of Nicholas Corbin and Mary G. Holton Marsh will hold their annual family reunion on Sunday, Aug. 4 at 1 p.m. at the Elks Shelter on U.S. Hwy. 62 East.
    A potluck meal will be served. Plates, cups, utensils and drinks will be provided. Come enjoy the fun, food and fellowship.

  • EARLYWINE
    The annual Earlywine reunion will be held Sunday, Aug. 4 at Blue Licks State Park from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    A potluck lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m.
    All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Any questions contact Shirley Earlywine Willoughby at 859-588-2390.

  • * Happy,  Happy Anniversary! This July, 2019, marks the 25th Anniversary of the Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum. How extraordinary that for 25 years willing volunteers, interested citizens, aspiring historians, dedicated government officials, helpful media and people of all ages have successfully come together to preserve and share our special community’s history...and now the work continues.

  • Potatoes, garlic and onions are staples worldwide partly because of their versatility and partly because of their storage-ability. 
    Late July and August is when our spring planted onions, garlic and potatoes reach maturity and are ready for harvest. If you want to harvest some new potatoes, onions or garlic before they reach maturity enjoy them at the table in short order but if you want to store them it is important to harvest them at the correct time.

  • The Kentucky Soybean Promotion Board (KSPB) recently conducted its summer meeting and re-elected its executive committee. Serving as chairman is Ryan Bivens of Hodgenville; vice-chair is Jed Clark of Mayfield, and Larry Thomas of Elizabethtown rounds out the organization’s leadership as secretary/treasurer.