National Corvette Museum, Bowling Green, KY – May 10, 2014 This May, Stucky Music Festival will celebrate the talent of Southern Kentucky musicians while supporting children in music and art. This second annual event will be a unique experience of musical arts. The festival begins at noon and will
On Saturday, May 3, Pamela Rucker, of Lancaster, will demonstrate how she creates baby bibs and quilts using free-motion quilting techniques, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.
Rucker grew up surrounded by the creative activity and influence of her parents. Her father, Gerald Cooper, is a well-known Berea woodcarver and wood turner, and her mother, Joyce Cooper, was a well-known fiber artist specializing in weaving and machine quilting. Following her mother’s teaching, Rucker learned to sew as a young girl.
After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in music and English at Hanover College in Indiana, Rucker went on to earn her divinity degree from the Presbyterian Seminary in Louisville, following her father’s footsteps into the
The Kentucky State Police Post 11, London will be participating in the DEA National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day to be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10 AM to 2 PM.
A collection point will be set up at the Laurel County Health Department located at 525 Whitley Street in London, KY.
All citizens that wish to participate may dispose of their current or outdated unwanted medication either in its original container or by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into the disposal box. If an original container is submitted, the individual should remove any identifying information from the
I am pleased to introduce you to a new sales and demonstration opportunity in Berea. Berea Center for the Arts will in 2014 sponsor six one-day market days, all on Saturdays from 10 AM– 5 PM .
The 2014-dates are: 4/26, 5/17, 6/21, 8/16, 9/20, and 10/18. More dates are planned for 2015 and 2016.
The markets that will only allow 10-12 booths per market will begin on 4/26 and continue till October with a monthly event. We have tried to tie our events together with other events in town. E.g. 4/26 is the same date as the sold-out 11th Hands Four Spring Dance Weekend, and 8/16 is the same day as the
Jordyn Paige Cox/Conner, 19 of Berea, Kentucky died Monday, April 21, 2014 at the Kentucky Children’s Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. She was born August 17, 1994 in Bellaire, Ohio a daughter of Kimberly Conner Fonner and Larry A. Cox, Jr.
Jordyn was a member of the Victory Life Church in Georgetown, Kentucky and attended Eastern Kentucky University.
She formed “Jordyn’s Jems”, an outreach program for the kids at Kentucky Children’s Hospital. On Saturday, she was able to carry out one last wish. Jordyn gave out 100 Easter baskets to other children at the hospital with the help of her church members and friends.
Jordyn was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Mary Conner, her paternal grandfather, Larry A. Cox, Sr. and her paternal step grandfather, Carl J. Hupp, Jr., uncles, Daniel P. Conner and Gregory Mark Harrell and
Apr. 15, 2014 – Allison Hensley & Joshua Witt – Richmond – Girl
Apr. 15, 2014 – Kayla & Roberto Rubio – Richmond – Girl
Apr. 16, 2014 – Brianna Coffey & Billy Adkins – Richmond – Boy
Apr. 17, 2014 – Sarah & Michael Stokley – Richmond – Boy
Apr. 17, 2014 – Kayla Farley & Aaron Cantrell – Richmond – Girl
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Berea Patrons is a gift club that recognizes students who support the work of Berea College through one-time gifts or through each Labor Program paycheck. Current Berea students are coming together to pay forward the gift of education through their own philanthropy. These gifts go to the Berea
In celebration, the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerk Association’s Trust for Life will be hosting a joint Berea and Richmond Chamber Luncheon on April 25, 2014 at the Madison County Extension Office. Shelley Snyder, Executive Director of the Trust will be the guest speaker.
In addition, I am searching for a few Madison County residents who have either been organ recipients or who are immediate family members of organ
My name is Geoff Young, and I’m a Democrat running for Congress in the 6th District to replace Andy Barr (R). I have 35 years of experience in the political arena fighting for issues such as eliminating waste in government, developing energy policies for Kentucky, growing our economy, and stopping or preventing wars that harm our national security rather than improving it.
I’ve already debated Andy Barr briefly at several of his “Town Hall” meetings, and I beat him every time even though he controlled the microphone. No other Democrat running has the experience, depth of knowledge, and toughness to do that.
Any Democrat who wants to make Barr a one-and-done Congressman should seriously consider voting for me on Primary Election Day, May 20th. Please check out my web site, www.geoffyoung.info.
Sincerely, Geoff Young, Democrat for Congress
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Adventures In Learning, 2187 Lexington Rd., Suite B-7, Richmond 100%
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill/Bar, 853 Eastern By-Pass, Richmond 95%
Culver’s, 2012 Lantern Ridge Dr., Richmond 100%
Danielle’s Country Sandwiches, 1019A Ival James Blvd., Richmond 100%
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Berea College, a world leader in ecological sustainability, continually strives to soften our impact on the Earth. Recently, the college hosted the Green Games, a carbon-neutral basketball game that brought attention to the need to reduce our carbon footprint. Using standard formulas to calculate the
Endangerment Charges: On 04/20/2014, police charged Peter J. Crowe, age 27, Garden City Drive, for wanton endangerment after he was found intoxicated with three small children in his care.
At approximately 10:54 P.M., an officer was dispatched to Keystone Drive to investigate a report of an intoxicated male walking in the area with three small children. Upon arrival in the area, the officer located Crowe in the company of three children under the age of five that were in his care. Crowe was carrying a beer bottle and the officer determined that Crowe was intoxicated to a level that impaired his ability to provide for the safety of the children. Crowe was taken into
Jordyn Conner 19, from Berea, KY passed away April 21st at the UK Childrens Hospital after fighting cancer since July 2011.
It started when Jordyn was 16, what she thought, was a kidney infection turned out to be neuroblastoma (bone cancer). As debilitating as her illness was, it did not stop her from forming “Jordyn’s Jem’s” an outreach for the kids at Kentucky Children’s Hospital.
With help from her family and friends Jordyn fought to hang on til Saturday, April 20 to give out a 100 Easter baskets to other children at the hospital and in her community through her program.
Jordyn was featured on WKYT on April 16th, 2014. Click the following link to watch: http://www.wkyt.com/home/headlines/Local-girl-gives-back-on-Easter-weekend-255511381.html