All Girls Youth League Basketball

KY CRUSH

KY CRUSH

Kentucky Crush will be starting a youth league for girls only, August, 2014. We want to encourage girls to participate and compete at basketball at a young age. Through Ky Crush youth league, we will teach girls the fundamental skills that will prepare them to compete at the next level. There will be two divisions 2nd-3rd grade and 4th-5th grade.

Practices will start the week of August 25. Teams will practice once or twice a week for an hour. Games will begin September 13th and the teams will play every Saturday until the last weekend of games, November 1st. Games and practices will be held

New Artisan Review Application

KY Artisan Center

KY Artisan Center

Three times a year the Kentucky at Berea holds review sessions to consider works and products by Kentucky artisans who are not juried members of the Kentucky Arts Council programs or the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen. Applications for the next review are due April 30.

Application categories are: (Click read more for more info)

Book Reading

Book Reading

All About Berea – Larry Combs – Candidate for Magistrate

Chad Hembree meets with Madison County Magistrate 1st District Candidate, Larry Combs

Obituaries Apr. 13-20, 2014

Edna VanWinkle

Edna VanWinkle


Edna Cates VanWinkle

Edna Cates VanWinkle age 89, widow of Hobert VanWinkle, died Sunday April 13, 2014 at the Compassionate Care Center in Richmond.

Edna was a homemaker and a member of the Owsley Fork Baptist Church. Edna is the daughter of the late Grover and Liza Johnson Cates, and she was preceded in death by her husband, her son Phillip Keith VanWinkle, and her siblings Cecil Cates, Oscar Cates, Edker Cates, Russell Cates, Emma Gadd, Lucy Alexander, Valerie Kilburn, Lottie Alexander, Opal Sparks, and infant Beulah Cates.

Edna is survived by her children: JD (Margaret) VanWinkle, Nelson (Sharon) VanWinkle, James Robert VanWinkle, Sheila (Jim) Bryant, Virginia (Harold) Prewitt, and Patricia (Frank) Tipton, and her brother Kit Cates, as well as 11

Arts Expo 2014

Arts Expo 2014

Andy Barr presents Boes with Well-deserved Good Conduct Medal

Andy Barr & Orville F. Boes

Andy Barr & Orville F. Boes

It has been a great week traveling the Sixth District and meeting with constituents across central and eastern Kentucky! Thanks to everyone who made time to visit with me and I hope to see many more of you this next week!

I am looking forward to celebrating Easter tomorrow with my girls, and we wish a happy Passover to everyone celebrating the Jewish holiday.

It was a real privilege to meet Berea resident and World War II Veteran Orville F. Boes last year while he visited the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. with Honor Flight.

When he shared with me that he was having trouble acquiring his Good Conduct Medal, my office was more than happy to assist. Through outreach

Madison Central vs Southern Baseball 04-18-14

Songs from the Heart

Songs from the Heart

Memory Café

The Memory Cafe

The Memory Cafe

The Memory Café provides an informal setting for caregivers and their loved ones with memory problems to socialize and interact with other families and professionals, while sharing and creating old and new experiences.

The Memory Café will meet on Monday, May 12th from 3:00p.m. to 5:00p.m. at the Living Arts and Science Center (362 N. Martin Luther King Blvd., Lexington, KY 40508). The Memory Café is free of charge and open to anyone with memory problems and their caregiver(s).

Hosted by the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging and the Living Arts and Science Center, the event also receives support from the Alzheimer’s

Richmond Police Report Apr. 18, 2014

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Forgery Charge: On 04/17/2014, police charged Jeffrey M. Miracle, age 33, E. Main Street, in connection with an attempt to cash a stolen and forged check. He is the second person charged in connection with this offense. On 04/15/2014, police charged Tashina L. Baldridge, age 26, Big Hill Avenue, for her role in the crime.

On 04/15/2014, an officer was dispatched to Check into Cash, 463 Eastern Bypass, to investigate a report that a woman, later identified as Baldridge,

Southern Belles Fundraiser

Southern Belles Fundraiser

Brothers Convicted of Sex Crimes

SENTENCED

SENTENCED

On Thursday, April 17, 2014 a Lincoln County Jury found two brothers from Lincoln County Guilty of several sexual offences involving minors, after an investigation by the Kentucky State Police.

Timothy Robinson, 36 years old of Kings Mountain, was sentenced to life plus 70 years while his brother, James M. Robinson, 41 years old of McKinney, was sentenced to life plus 220 years following the three day jury

KSP Investigates Death of Hunter

Brian Griffin

Brian Griffin

On Thursday, April 17, 2014, at approximately 7:30 AM the Kentucky State Police Post 11, in London was notified by the Clay County 911 Center of a shooting that occurred in the woods off HWY 638 in Clay County.

Troopers arrived and through an investigation learned that Brian Griffin, 28, of Manchester, Jason Roberts, 21, of Manchester and Chad Bullock, 21, of Manchester went into a wooded area turkey hunting. It is believed that an unknown hunter was in the same area and fired in the direction of the three

McConnell Blasts Obama Administration For Continuing to Stall Keystone XL Pipeline

Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell

U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell released the following statement today after the Obama Administration announced yet another delay in whether to approve construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, and the creation of thousands of jobs:

“It is crystal clear that the Obama administration is simply not serious about American energy and American jobs. I guess he wasn’t serious about having a pen and a phone, either. At a time of high unemployment in the Obama economy, it’s a shame that the administration has delayed the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline for years. Here’s the single greatest shovel-ready project in America – one that

Betty’s Baked Picnic Ham

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EKU Spring Football Update: Interview with DB Brandon Stanley

April is Donate Life Month

Donate Life Month

Donate Life Month

In celebration, the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerk Association’s Trust for Life will be hosting a joint Berea and Richmond Chamber Luncheon on April 25, 2014 at the Madison County Extension Office. Shelley Snyder, Executive Director of the Trust will be the guest speaker.

In addition, I am searching for a few Madison County residents who have either been organ recipients or who are immediate family members of organ

Stumbo to Oversee Foundation Efforts for I-75 Region‏

Barry Stumbo

Barry Stumbo

Baptist Health is pleased to announce that Barry A. Stumbo has been appointed to serve as the Regional Foundation Executive for the I-75 Region, serving foundations of Baptist Health Lexington, Richmond and Corbin.

Stumbo will be responsible for fundraising strategy and execution, fiscal management, relationship management, operations and board development of the foundation at the Lexington hospital, and will provide oversight of the foundations at the Richmond and Corbin hospitals.

Most recently, Stumbo served 13 years as the President and CEO of the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundations in Lexington, Berea, London and Mount Sterling. Prior to his St. Joseph duties, he served as Executive Director of the American Heart Association of Central

Saracare Celebration

Saracare Celebration

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