Finalized EPA Regs: Probably Illegal, Would Hurt the Middle Class and Won’t Meaningfully Affect Global Climate
“Last week, after repeated requests for information, a high-ranking official with the Kentucky Cabinet for Health & Family Services admitted that it provided at least $331,300 in taxpayer funding through local health departments to “Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky.” The Cabinet official claimed that only federal funds were involved.
The source of these public funds is irrelevant. Except in emergency situations, only the Kentucky General Assembly has the constitutional authority to direct where funds, collected by the Kentucky Treasurer, will be appropriated.
Given the shocking and undeniable revelations about the marketing of organs and body parts from aborted babies, we are appalled to now learn that taxpayer dollars actually flow through Kentucky State Government into the
Wanted: The Berea Police Department needs help locating 30 year old Ricky Sparks.
Mr. Sparks has an active arrest warrant and may be in Winchester or Richmond.
You may contact the Berea Police Department at 859-986-8456 if you have any information.
Trafficking: On 08/01/2015 The Richmond Police arrested Amy Kavanaugh 30 of Secretariat Drive, Richmond, Kentucky.
She is being charged with 2 Counts of Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st (Heroin).
She was lodged in the Madison County Detention
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The Hanging of Bad Talt Hall
Doc M. B. Taylor, the Red Fox, was uncomfortable as the train he was riding in rumbled toward Bluefield, WV, in 1893. He was cramped inside a wooden nursery tree box, attempting to evade arrest and the hangman’s noose for the murder of Bad Ira Mullins and four others. Once in Bluefield he would be put on a train taking him to Florida where he hoped to start a new life.
Railroad workers were suspicious of the box and sent word to Virginia Commonwealth’s Attorney R. P. Bruce and U.S. Marshal Big Ed Hall. Hall mounted his horse and galloped to the station in time to buy a ticket and
Bill Huff age 77 of Berea died Wednesday July 29, 2015 at the Madison Health and Rehab Center in Richmond, KY. Bill was born in Rockcastle County to the late William and Ruth Harding Huff, he is a veteran of the US Navy serving in Korea, and he worked for Berea College in the Food Service kitchen.
Bill was preceded in death by his parents, his brother, James W. Huff; sister, Sondra Lee Wolfe; and grandson, Dustin Scalf.
Bill is survived by his spouse Wanda Montgomery of Berea, his son Terry Huff of Seattle, Washington, his sister Norma Jean Dean of Ohio, and grandson
We have had another busy and productive week in Washington ahead of the August District Work Period. I look forward to seeing many of you as I travel and work in Kentucky until Congress reconvenes in September.
I hope you find this update informative, and have a great week!
Kentucky could be the poster child for the negative effects of the President’s War on Coal. This week, I took to the House floor to help educate my colleagues on the damage the President’s policies have had on not only coal communities, but also all Kentuckians who are hurt by higher energy costs. It is time to stand up for American jobs and
This program will help participants understand the common symptoms and behaviors seen in early stage Alzheimer’s and how to address them. Additionally, caregivers will learn about what lies ahead legally and financially, the importance of early planning, and how to build an effective care team. This program, presented in partnership by the Madison County Public Library and the Alzheimer’s Association, will take place August 4th at the Madison
This program addresses the issues involved in caring for a person in the middle stages of Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia. Specific topics covered include behavioral and role/relationship changes, medication, safety, and residential options. This program, presented in partnership by the Madison County Public Library and the Alzheimer’s Association, will take place August 11th from 2:00pm-4:30pm at the Madison County Public Library’s
Guest Speaker: Jennifer Napier, of Jennifer Napier Career Consulting August 3, 2015
Topic: Strategies for Business Growth
About the Presentation:
Operating a successful home based business shouldn’t be chaotic, but it will require self-discipline, determination, focused effort, and careful planning. Attend August’s meeting to learn tips from JNCC on how to set-up and grow your home based business from a messy kitchen table start-up, to a well-organized and professionally managed, in-home office.
Topics to be addressed will include:
Setting up your home office
Zoning, licenses, & insurance
Securing your office & protecting files
Deep-Fried Corn Tortilla Chips – makes 72 chips
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March 28- Test and Tune Open Practice Session #1 for All Divisions (2:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.)
April 4- Test and Tune Open Practice Session #2 for All Divisions (6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.)
April 11- “Dawn of a New Era” Season Opener: Super Late Models, Modifieds, Pro Late Models, KDRA Super Stocks, Four Cylinders (Track Points Begin)
April 17 (Friday)- Richmond Rumble: Super Late Models- $2,000 to win; Modifieds- $1,000 to win; Pro Late Models and KDRA Super Stocks (Four
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, August 10th from 3:00p.m. to 5:00p.m. at the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington located at 203 East Fourth Street (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, the event also receives support from the Alzheimer’s Association. To sign up or to learn more about the Memory Café, contact Alyssa at (859)257-8971.
This week marks the countdown until Madison County Schools starts back. In preparation for that day, you will find Back to School Night information, enrollment information, and school supply lists by clicking on the link below.
(If your school’s information is not yet listed, never fear. It will appear soon.)
Richmond Raceway will be closed and will not be in competition on Saturday August 1 or Saturday August 8. The track will be closed August 1 in support of the 2015 Madison County Fair and the track will be closed on Saturday August 8 in observance of the North/South 100 at Florence Speedway in Union, KY.
Century 21 Advantage Realty presents Butch Shay Memorial on Saturday August 15!
Racing action will return to Richmond Raceway on Saturday August 15 as the track will partner with Century 21 Advantage Realty to present the Century 21