Obituaries November 10 – 17, 2013

Elizabeth J. Kurtiak

Elizabeth J. Kurtiak


Elizabeth Kurtiak

Elizabeth Kurtiak, age 71, wife of Carl Kurtiak of Berea, Kentucky passed away Monday Nov. 11, 2013 in Lexington, Kentucky. Elizabeth was born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey and was a resident of Pittstown, New Jersey for 25 years before retiring to Kentucky. She was the daughter of the late Joseph Guiliano and Mary Zemereta Guiliano. She was a nurse for the Perth Amboy Hospital and was a loving mother and wife.

Elizabeth is survived by her husband Carl Kurtiak of Berea KY, and her 3 children; David Kurtiak of Clinton NJ, Phillip Kurtiak of Gibsonville, NC, and Vanessa Rice of Georgetown KY and her brother Dr. Phillip Guiliano of Medford NJ. She is also survived by her 7 loving grandchildren; Timothy,

Children in Need

Berea College Republicans

Berea College Republicans

With the holidays just around the corner, get into the spirit of giving by giving to a child in need.

As a totally non-partisan request, the Berea College Republicans would like to encourage everyone, especially Berea students and clubs, to visit the Angel Tree at Walmart, located near Customer Service.

Just choose a tag from the Angel Tree and purchase toys and clothes for a child in need.

High School Football Scores November 16, 2013

Scores

Scores

Madison Southern 41 Harlan Co. 28

Ballard Memorial 35, Lex. Bryan Station 34

Bath Co. 35, Nicholas Co. 26

Bethlehem 70, Bracken Co. 20

Betsy Layne 56, Jenkins 0

Bourbon Co. 41, George Rogers Clark 0

Bowling Green 26, Blackman, Tenn. 25

Boyle Co. 46, Whitley Co. 14

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Betty’s Sausage-Sage-Cornbread Dressing

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KY Music Hall of Fame in Motion Presents Exile with The Kentucky Headhunters & Halfway to Hazard

Exile With The Kentucky Headhunters and Halfway to Hazard

Exile With The Kentucky Headhunters and Halfway to Hazard

EKU Center for the Arts Exile with The Kentucky Headhunters & Halfway to Hazard Saturday, November 23 7:00 PM. To purchase tickets online click on the following link. http://ekucenter.com/2013-14-season

We Give Thanks

We Give Thanks

KSP Investigate Madison County Armed Robbery

WANTED

WANTED

On Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 10:32 PM EST the Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post responded to an armed robbery at the Dishman’s Shell gas station located on Lexington Road in northern Madison County. Initial investigation determined that three males, wearing masks and armed with handguns entered that store and took an undisclosed amount of cash. The

Vehicle Pursuit and Wanton Endangerment Arrest / Rockcastle & Laurel Counties

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


On Thursday, November 14, 2013 at approximately 7:25 PM, Trooper Eric Moore clocked a 2014 Ford Mustang in excess of 100 MPH traveling northbound on Interstate 75 in Rockcastle County.

Trooper Moore attempted to stop the Mustang however the operator refused to stop and Trooper Moore initiated a pursuit. The suspect continued traveling northbound and exited the interstate at exit 76 in Madison County. The suspect re-entered I-75 at the 76 exit traveling south. The suspect led officers through Rockcastle County and into Laurel County.

Two separate tire deflation devices were successfully deployed and as a result the suspects vehicle slowed considerably enabling trooper’s to perform

Madison Co. Fiscal Court (Berea) 11/12/2013

Modern Systems Recognized For Community Service at Connect 2013

Pictured (left to right): Carol Moore, Ben Hudson, David Morris (President of Modern Systems, Inc.), Libby Morris, Blake Morris and Kevin Lloyd.

Pictured (left to right): Carol Moore, Ben Hudson, David Morris (President of Modern Systems, Inc.), Libby Morris, Blake Morris and Kevin Lloyd.

Modern Systems’ president, David Morris, was recognized for his contribution to Kentucky schools by Honeywell at Connect 2013. Modern Systems was one in about 20 companies in the U.S. and South America to be recognized for their community service efforts. Modern Systems was the overall recipient of the 2013 Special Community Service Award in recognition of outstanding efforts to protect children and schools through the Operation

If You Like Your Doctor or Hospital, You Can’t Keep Them

Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell

Many Kentuckians have found out the hard way in recent weeks that the president’s repeated Obamacare promise, “if you like your health care plan, you can keep it,” has been broken. But now we are learning the truth about another of the president’s broken promises: his claim that “If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor” is proving false as well.

As I travel across Kentucky, I hear from many constituents who are seeing premiums increase along with higher co-pays and higher deductibles as a result of Obamacare. Adding insult to injury, these constituents are discovering that despite these higher costs, they have no guarantee that they will be able to continue using the hospital of their

Berea City Council 11/05/2013

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One Lane Road

Road Work

Road Work

Prospect Street in Berea will be down to one lane this morning (Friday, November 15, 2013) around the area of Boone Tavern, also parts of Chestnut Street for blacktop work.

There will be flaggers in the area directing traffic. This work is expected to be completed in a couple of hours.

Berea College Republicans Condemn Recent KFCR Endorsement of Mitch McConnell

Berea College Republicans

Berea College Republicans

The Berea College Republicans condemn the endorsement of Mitch McConnell by the Kentucky Federation of College Republicans (KFCR).

The Kentucky Federation of College Republicans met without the entirety of the Kentucky College Republicans membership and endorsed Mitch McConnell for the U.S. Senate. The Berea College Republicans, along with members of other College Republican chapters, could not attend due to prior commitments, a fact known by KFCR officers far in advance of the meeting.

The Kentucky Federation of College Republicans actively promoted and included in their press release that its membership unanimously voted in favor of said endorsement, despite not having its full membership present at the

Berea College Graduate Award Wining Finalist

Thomas Smith

Thomas Smith

Berea College graduate (1979) Thomas Smith’s book SHADES OF LEADERSHIP was selected an Award Wining Finalist in the 2013 USA Book News Award for Business – Careers. Jeffrey Keen, President and CEO of USA Book News, said of the awards, now in their eleventh year, “The 2013 results represent a phenomenal mix of books from a wide array of book publishers throughout the United States.” “I am thrilled that SHADES OF LEADERSHIP has been honored as a USA Book News Award Finalist,” states Thomas Smith. “It is very gratifying to receive such positive feedback.”

USA Book News, the premier online magazine and review website for mainstream and independent publishing houses announced the results of THE 2013 USA BEST BOOK AWARDS on November 14, 2013. Keen adds, “Our success begins with enthusiastic participation of authors and publishers and continues with our distinguished panel of industry judges who bring to the table their extensive editorial, PR,

Rockin & Singing Concert

Rockin & Singing Concert

A Service of Healing

A Service of Healing

Richmond Police Report November 14, 2013

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Wanton Endangerment/Theft Arrest: On 11/11/2013, police charged Rosie Smith, age 49, Box Ankle Road, and Adra R. Hiatt, age 28, Charlie Norris Road, for crimes following a shoplifting incident.

At approximately 11:39 A.M., officers were dispatched to Peddler’s Mall, 449 Eastern Bypass, to investigate a shoplifting complaint. Upon arrival, officers learned that employees observed a female, later identified as Hiatt, exiting the store without paying for several items of clothing that she had concealed on her person. The stolen items were valued at $21.98. Hiatt was accompanied

Following Meeting with McConnell, TVA Announces It Will Keep the Paradise Fossil Plant Open

On October 23, 2013, Sen. McConnell and TVA President/CEO William Johnson discuss Paradise plant

On October 23, 2013, Sen. McConnell and TVA President/CEO William Johnson discuss Paradise plant

U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell was informed today that the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) board of directors has decided to keep the Paradise Fossil Plant in Drakesboro, Kentucky, open. Senator McConnell was told that one of the three units at the facility will continue burning coal, while the other units will be converted to natural gas. On behalf of Kentucky coal

Breakfast With Santa

Breakfast with Santa

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