Madison Co. Back to School Information

Madison Co Schools

Madison Co Schools

Madison County Schools Back to School Night information and School Supply Lists are now available on the district’s website.

Click on the link below to view the list for each school. 

Additional information will be added to the page as it is made available.

http://www.madison.kyschools.us/content_page.aspx?cid=42714

Richmond Areas Arts Council Update for August 2014

RTT Art in the Park 2014

Richmond Police Report July 21, 2014

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Drug Arrests: On 07/19/2014, police charged Anthony Greathouse, Jr., age 28, Nicholasville, KY, and Leslie L. Steele, age 49, E. Main Street, for drug trafficking offenses stemming from separate investigations.

In November and December 2013, the RPD Narcotics Unit purchased a quantity of heroin from Greathouse on three separate occasions during a covert investigation.

On 07/19/2014, at approximately 11:02 P.M., Greathouse was located on Race Street and taken into custody. He was charged for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree, 3 counts, and lodged in the MCDC.

In May 2014, the RPD Narcotics Unit purchased a total of 15 oxycodone pills from Luther on two separate occasions during a covert investigation.

On 07/19/2014, Luther was arrested at his residence. Five oxycodone pills were recovered in the living room of the residence while six alprazolam pills

Wanted

WANTED

WANTED

Lexington Division of Police Investigators are working to identify and make contact with the suspect connected with the robbery of Chase Bank.On July 19, 2014, just before 11:45 a.m., officers were dispatched to the Chase Bank, at 2260 Nicholasville Rd, Lexington, KY, in reference to a armed robbery.

According to witnesses, a male, white suspect entered the bank, and while armed with a handgun, he made a verbal demand for money. The employees

Berea City Council 7/15/2014

City Council 7/154/2014 from City of Berea on Vimeo.

Betty’s Cucumber Salsa

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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

The Game’s Afoot Opens with Special Guest, Jessica Casebolt, Miss Kentucky 2012

Miss Kentucky 2012 - Game's Afoot

Pictured left to right: Sarah Bucknam, Joey Roush, Jessica Casebolt, Jeremy Grant, Brandi Burchfield

 

Director, Chad Hembree and the rest of the Spotlight Players cast were extremely excited and honored by the presence of Jessica Casebolt, Miss Kentucky 2012 and former Miss Teen Madison County. She gladly obliged this wacky cast of The Game’s Afoot to satisfy their whimsical nature. The final chance to catch this murderously funny show is July 25 and 26th. Madison Middle School Auditorium – Richmond, KY, 7:30pm.

Chad Hembree, Jessica Casebolt and Toni McHugh

Obituaries July 13-20, 2014

James Elmer Shelton

James Elmer Shelton


James Elmer Shelton

James Elmer Shelton was born May 18, 1928 in Laurel County and departed this life Sunday, July 13, 2014 at the St. Joseph Hospital in London, being 86 years of age. He was the son of the late Charlie & Maudie (Angel) Shelton.

He is survived by six children, James Wesley Shelton and his wife Melissa of Annville, James Carl Shelton of Annville, Ailene Smith of McKee, Christine Marshall of McKee, Lillie Mae Smith and her husband Jay of East Bernstadt and Doris Smith and her husband Floyd of Tyner. He is also survived by a sister, Dora Pridemore

Bethel Baptist Church VBS

Bethel Baptist Church VBS

Betty’s Banana Cantaloupe Smoothie

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KY Afield Radio – State Parks Fishing 7-19-14

Spotlight Players

(Video by WTVQ-36 of Lexington, KY)

Richmond Police Report July 18, 2014

ARRESTED

ARRESTED

Burglary/Parole Violation Arrest: On 07/17/2014, police charged Cody A. Shelton, age 19, Kristin Drive, for several offenses after he attempted to avoid apprehension for a parole violation.

On 07/16/2014, at approximately 9:44 P.M., patrol officers went to Shelton’s residence to serve a Parole Violation Warrant on him. Upon gaining entry into the apartment, officers discovered that Shelton had entered the attic crawl space. Shelton proceeded across the attic to the adjoining apartment where he fell through the ceiling and fled from the

Richmond Police Report July 17, 2014

ARRESTED

ARRESTED

Theft/Forgery Arrests: On 07/16/2014, police arrested three wanted persons following a traffic stop.

At approximately 7:20 P.M., a patrol officer stopped a vehicle on Commercial Drive that was occupied by Robert J. Combs, age 38, Flint Road, Erica D. Combs, age 29, Flint Road, and Katherine A. Henry, age 30, Baumstark Road. The officer was aware that there existed warrants for the arrest of the three prior to the stop.

All three were taken into custody in connection with the following offenses:

As to Robert & Erica Combs:

On 06/23/2014, a representative of the mortgage holder for a home owned by the Combses reported that the couple had cashed a check to receive insurance proceeds without the required signature and approval of the mortgage holder. It was subsequently learned that in May 2014, the Combses had been received a check from their insurance company in the amount of $3600.57 to cover the cost of repairs for water damage to their home. The check was made out jointly to the Combses and the mortgage

American People Score Victory in Battle over Latest EPA Power-Grab

Betty’s Company Peach Dessert

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Road Closed

Road Closed

Road Closed

On Thursday, July 17, 2014, the roadway in the area of 284 Shortline Pike will be closed for the installation of sewer lines.

There will be flaggers in the area to direct traffic, and one lane should remain open. This work is expected to take place during the hours of 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Tammy Horn Book Signing at KY Artisan Center

Books by Tammy Horn available at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea; Tammy Horn amongst her bee hives.

Books by Tammy Horn available at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea; Tammy Horn amongst her bee hives.

On Saturday, July 19, nationally known beekeeping authority, author, and new state apiarist Dr. Tammy Horn will sign copies of her books, “Bees in America: How the Honey Bee Shaped a Nation,” and Beeconomy: What Women and Bees Can Teach Us About Local Trade and Global Markets,” from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.

The Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea currently features works by more than 700 artisans from more than 100 counties across the Commonwealth. Convenient to visitors throughout the year, the Kentucky Artisan Center at

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