RAAC Richmond Tourism Talk Feb 14

Living with Alzheimer’s Disease for Caregivers: Middle Stages

Alzheimers Disease

Alzheimers Disease

Living with Alzheimer’s Disease for Caregivers: Middle Stages

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 will take place at the Lexington Public Library, Beaumont Branch located at 3080 Fieldstone Way from 1pm-4pm on Wednesday, February 5th. Guest speakers will include Dr. Greg Cooper of Baptist Neurology Center and April Stauffer of the Alzheimer’s Association. To register, call 1-800-272-3900 or email infoky-in@alz.org. This program was created especially for family caregivers, so please no professionals.

Tile Painting Class

Tile Painting Class

UPDATE: Robbery Investigation

ARRESTED

ARRESTED

On Friday January 17, 2014 at approximately 5:41 PM the Kentucky State Police Post 11, London received a report of a Robbery at the “Citizens Bank” in Brodhead, KY in Rockcastle County.

Upon arrival KSP Detective Justin Oliver determined that a white male subject entered the bank and approached the teller armed with a firearm and demanded money. The teller complied and the male subject fled the bank on foot with ( an undisclosed amount of ) cash.

The male subject was described as wearing: a black toboggan with an orange

Obituaries Jan. 12-19, 2014

Glenna Faye Hallock

Glenna Faye Hallock


Glenna Faye Hallock

Glenna Faye Robinson Hallock of 48 of Bowman Trailer Park passed away Saturday, January 11, 2014. She will be missed for her kindhearted and very giving personality. She was born in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky to the late Glenn Robinson and the late Beatrice Griffin Robinson.

She is survived by her son Kelly Williams, one brother John Robinson of Tucson, AZ, four sisters Jeannie Howat of Orlando, Florida, Joy Stevens of Richmond, Edna Robinson of Berea, Christy Robinson of Mt. Vernon and her fiancé Paul Kidd.

She was a loving and caring aunt to several nieces and nephews Makayleigh Murrell, Taylan De Larosa, Kayla Whitaker, Sean Day, Brian Craft, David

Betty’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Snack Mix

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Interviews with Chuck Smith and the Madison Centrals new AD Brandon Fritz

Madison Southern High School Boys Basketball vs Berea 01-17-14

Madison Southern High School Girls Basketball vs Berea 01-17-14

Madison Central High School girls basketball vs Clay County 01-15-14

All About Berea – 4 Things You Should Know – 01/18/14

Beth Myers shares the top 4 news stories in Berea each week. All About Berea is a brought to you by BereaOnline.com and The Berea Citizen.

Armed Robbery Investigation

WANTED

WANTED

On Friday January 17, 2014 at approximately 5:41 PM the Kentucky State Police Post 11, London received a report of a Robbery at the “Citizens Bank” in Brodhead, KY in Rockcastle County.

Upon arrival KSP Detective Justin Oliver determined that a white male subject entered the bank and approached the teller armed with a firearm and

Madison Co. Sheriff’s Report Jan.17, 2014

Injury Accident

Injury Accident

Injury accident: At 6:30pm on 1/16/2014, Madison County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an injury accident involving a pedestrian on Doylesville Road in front of the Union City Baptist Church. Upon arrival it was determined that a pedestrian identified as Mr. Paul Miller of Richmond Kentucky was crossing the road in front of the church and was struck by a vehicle traveling north on Doylesville Road driven by Mr. Ronald Frohardt of Richmond Kentucky. Mr. Miller made impact with the windshield of Mr. Frohardt’s vehicle and while he was transported to Baptist Health Hospital by the Madison County EMS, he had only apparent minor injuries. Mr. Frohardt stated that a vehicle was traveling south coming toward him on Doylesville Road. This combined with Mr. Miller wearing dark colored

Senator Jared Carpenter & Representative Rita Smart Welcomed Students & Teachers from Madison Middle School

Senator Jared Carpenter & Representative Rita Smart Welcomed Students & Teachers from Madison Middle School

Senator Jared Carpenter & Representative Rita Smart Welcomed Students & Teachers from Madison Middle School

Senator Jared Carpenter (R-Berea) and Representative Rita Smart (D-Richmond) welcomed students and teachers from Madison Middle School to the Capitol on Thursday.

The group was in Frankfort promoting anti-bullying legislation. Students at the school were responsible for helping Senator Carpenter develop Senate Bill 20. The legislation would designate October as Anti-Bullying Month in KY.

Assault 1st Investigation

ARRESTED

ARRESTED

On Thursday, January 16, 2014, at approximately 2:06 PM the Kentucky State Police, Post 11, in London was notified by the Rockcastle County 911 center of a shooting that occurred on Rogers Rd. in Rockcastle County.

Upon arrival Trooper Delzie Kelly learned through an investigation that Josh Bell, 25, of Brodhead had shot Brandon Robinson, 28, of Brodhead in the leg during an altercation between the two men.

Robinson was transported from the scene by ambulance to the Rockcastle County Memorial Hospital and later flown to the University of Kentucky

Sen. Jared Carpenter: Agenda Set in Motion

Jared Carpenter

Jared Carpenter

The pace in Frankfort has picked up during week two of the 2014 Regular Session. Committees met daily to hear testimony and gather information on proposed legislation and important issues facing Kentucky. We also began debating and voting on legislation on the Senate floor.

Besides committee and floor work, I’ve been meeting with constituents and stake holders daily regarding a myriad of policies. It was great talking with Madison County’s chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, representatives from Madison County’s Court Appointed Special Advocates, and local Kentucky Youth

Tinker Belle Dance Clinic

Tinker Belle Dance Clinic

KSP Commissioner Addresses Highway Deaths in Latest Blog Entry

KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer

KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer

Did you know that the year-end traffic fatality count for Kentucky in 2013 was one of the lowest in recent history? Although 639 people lost their lives on our roadways last year, it was the fewest number of deaths our state has experienced since 1947. This reduction is even more amazing when you look at the increased number of vehicles on our roadways and the number of miles driven each year. Amazingly, over twenty-one billion vehicle miles were driven through the Commonwealth last year. There are numerous reasons for the drastic reduction in traffic deaths in Kentucky:

·First and foremost is the increased usage in vehicle restraints. In 1995, vehicle occupants in Kentucky were wearing their seat-belts about 54% of the time as compared to a usage rate of nearly 85% in 2013. Combined with

All About Berea – Berea Calendar for Week of Jan 17-24, 2014

Jonathan Schinhofen shares what’s going on in Berea, KY this week. All About Berea is a brought to you by BereaOnline.com and The Berea Citizen.

All About Berea – Interview – Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen

Beth Myers and Jonathan Schinhofen catch up with Jeannette Rowlett, Director of the guild. All About Berea is a brought to you by BereaOnline.com and The Berea Citizen.

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