WANTED: Do know the name of this Shoplifter from Richmond Meijer. If you do call 859 623-1162 Officer Zach Harris or Major Steven Gregg
Miss Kentucky 2014 Ramsey Carpenter took a moment to take a picture with Fire Chief Buzzy Campbell, Firefighters Shane Allen, Jerry Gray and Tim Stocker at the Anti Bulling Rally held at Madison Middle School to kick off October as Anti Bulling month.
Sept. 23, 2014 – Amber Means & Shawn Riddell – Irvine – Boy
Sept. 23, 2014 – Jeanna & Darrell Golden – McKee – Boy
Sept. 23, 2014 – Jessica & Roy Kendall – Berea – Boy
Sept. 23, 2014 – Shauna & Ali Abdulsamea – Berea – Boy
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REGULAR INSPECTIONS WITH NO FOLLOW-UP DUE SCORE
The Apothecary, 116 Meridian Way, Suite 2, Richmond 100%
Comfort Suites Food Service, 2007 Colby Taylor Dr, Richmond 98%
Dairy Queen #12972, 1007 Sylvia Dr., Richmond 92%
Madison Southern High School Cafeteria, 279 Glades Rd., Berea 95%
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Dance the night away with The Jeff Richey Experience at Broadway Bodywork! Free swing dance lessons for beginners will be offered from 8:30 to 9 p.m. before the music starts. $5 donation requested.
EVENT 43rd ANNUAL FORKLAND HERITAGE FESTIVAL AND REVUE
Exhibits: Forkland Abraham Lincoln Museum, Salute to Serviceman display, Wildlife Exhibit, Genealogy Documents, old farm machinery and tools, Native American artifacts. Living history skits by descendants of early pioneer settlers on the back porch of the log cabin will bring historical figures to life. There is much to see on two floors. Register inside for door prizes.
Entertainment/activities: Art show of many different venues by local artists, Live local music, sorghum molasses making, horse-drawn wagon rides and
Please join me in spreading the word about the first annual Anti-Bullying Awareness Month campaign in Kentucky this October.
In the 2014 Session of the Kentucky General Assembly, Senate Bill 20, which was a combined initiative between the House of Representatives and the Senate, was passed to bring attention to the harmful and sometimes devastating consequences of bullying, especially in our schools. I was the proud sponsor of this bill.
This groundbreaking legislation established October as “Anti-Bullying Awareness Month” and designated a purple and yellow ribbon as the symbol for anti-bullying consciousness in the state. The color purple represents domestic violence victims and yellow represents those individuals who have
Public Intoxication Arrests: On 09/28/2014 Officers received a complaint of a reckless driver on Interstate 75. The vehicle was located in the parking lot of Speedway, and was occupied by one female in the passenger seat. The male driver was located coming out of the store. The female was passed out at first and eventually stated that she had taken some medication. The male subject was unsteady on his feet and had slurred speech. A small bag of Marijuana was located in his pants pocket. Inside of the vehicle a pill bottle was located that contained two different kinds of medication.
Officers arrested 49 year old Richie George of Riverside OH and 46 year old Stephanie George of Dayton OH and charged them with Public Intoxication. Richie George was also charged with Possession of Marijuana
Beginning on October 4, 2014, residents may drop off clean brush and yard waste at the City of Berea Convenience Center located at 250 Estridge Road.
Drop-off can be made on the first and third Saturday of each month, between the hours of 8:00 am to 11:30 am.
Brush and yard waste must be separated and all items must be free of rocks, tires, metal, trash or other debris.
Yard waste consisting of leafs, grass clippings, small branches and other biodegradable plant material may be dropped off In biodegradable bags only,
Baptist Health, Richmond, City of Richmond and Madison County Fiscal County will hold a campaign kickoff ceremony and survivor walk at Noon, Wednesday, October 1, 2014. The event will take place on the Madison County Courthouse lawn, Main Street, Richmond.
EVENT: Paint the Town Pink Campaign Kickoff
DATE: Wednesday, October 1
TIME: 12:00 (NOON)
LOCATION: Madison County Courthouse Main Street Richmond, KY 40475
The 6th Annual Paint the Town Pink campaign will be October 1 – 31. Paint the Town Pink is a month-long campaign designed to raise awareness about cancer to both men and women as they shop, dine and visit their daily, weekly
Kentucky State Senator Jared Carpenter (R-Berea) will be on hand along with numerous other state and local officials at the official groundbreaking for the expansion of Madison County’s airport, an important milestone for economic development in the area.
“Expanding the Madison Airport is a priority for me, and this project was supported by the Kentucky State Senate,” said Senator Carpenter. “I’ve said it once and will continue to say it: this is about jobs, jobs and more jobs – and any project that improves accessibility to the region is going to create those jobs and provide
Drug Arrests: On 09/28/2014, police charged William D. Fultz, age 25, Oakley Wells Road, and Ryan A. Blake, age 26, McKinney Lane, for several drug offenses following a traffic stop.
At approximately 5:30 P.M., an officer stopped a vehicle being driven by Fultz on Collins Street for having a cancelled registration plate. Blake was a front passenger in the vehicle. It was subsequently determined that Fultz’ driver’s license was suspended and the vehicle had no insurance. He was taken into
McConnell: Drug Czar Includes Nelson and Madison Counties in Federal Program to Combat Illegal Drugs
U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell was contacted by the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Acting-Director Michael Botticelli who advised that due to the magnitude of the drug threat, both Nelson and Madison Counties have been included in the Appalachia High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA), as sought by Senator McConnell.
Last month, Senator McConnell spoke with the Acting Drug Czar to advocate on behalf of Nelson and Madison Counties’ HIDTA designation. In 2012, Senator McConnell was also successful in pushing for Hardin County to be included in HIDTA. In designated HIDTA counties, the program provides agencies with coordination, equipment, technology, and additional resources to combat