Irish Chamber Orchestra Featuring: JoAnn Falletta, Conductor, Sir James Galway, Flute, Lady Jeanne Galway, Flute.
The IRISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA is renowned throughout Europe for its driving energy, explosive power and passionate mastery of the classical canon. The esteemed ensemble shares the stage with two of the world’s most celebrated flutists, Lady Jeanne and Sir James Galway, under the exuberant
ROCKAPELLA is one of the world’s most sophisticated and enduring vocal pop groups. No instruments, no tracks… just five guys with microphones producing an astonishing full-band sound that has to be heard to be believed. Their latest show and album, Motown & More, pays tribute to the music of Motown’s iconic legends with unique versions of hit songs, including The O’Jays’ “Use Ta Be My Girl,” Stevie Wonder’s “My Cherie Amour,” The
Playwrights, actors, and a publisher with Louisville ties have collaborated to design a new experiment in stagecraft – a Theatre Tasting.
The first Theatre Tasting will be presented at a unique venue, the old Armored Car Company, now known as Vault 1031, on Sunday, November 3, at 2 p.m. Vault 1031 is at 1031 S. 6th St., in Old Louisville.
Theatre Tasting allows audience member to sample brief scenes read by accomplished local actors. The scenes are extracted from 8 of the 16 scripts in the anthology SCENES FROM THE COMMON WEALTH: Short Plays & Monologues by Kentucky Women, released this year by MotesBooks.
Playwrights whose work will be sampled are Naomi Wallace, Sallie Bingham,
EKU Baccalaureate Nursing Program & Madison County Health Department Presenting the ReTHINK Your Ride Program
Senior public health nursing students of Eastern Kentucky University’s Baccalaureate Nursing Program in collaboration with Madison County Health Department will promote seat belt use and non-distracted driving to teen drivers in Madison County high schools. We will be presenting the ReTHINK Your Ride program at Berea Community, Madison Southern, and Madison Central High Schools.
The ReTHINK Your Ride program includes interactive activities and presentations that get the students proactive about safe driving. This is a
Hazel Starnes, 87, of Davis Ave. Lancaster, died Friday at Markey Cancer Center in Lexington KY. She was preceded in death by her husband John Samuel Starnes. Hazel was born in Garrard County KY to the late Nathan and Delia Brock Day. She was a homemaker, and a member of Leavel Green Christian Church.
Surviving is five sons, Paul Starnes(Paula) of Stanford KY, Donald Starnes(Ann) of Georgetown KY, Earl Starnes(Sheila) of Stanford KY, Charles Starnes of Midway KY, and James Starnes of Victoria, TX; five sisters, Margaret May(Elmer) of Lancaster,Gladys Green(Maurice) of Boston KY, Para Lee Bean of Lancaster, Mary Ruth Poynter of Bybee KY, and Barbara Ann Napier of Lancaster; three brothers Robert Day of Cartersville KY, Boyd Day(Louise) of Stanford, and Ernest Day(Mary Ruth) of
Lori Beth Vallandingham and Derek Nathan Brandenburg are happy to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.
Lori is the daughter of Scott Vallandingham of Wilmore, KY and Aurelia Brandenburg of Berea, KY. She is a 2003 graduate of Madison Southern High School and is employed as an office assistant for CM Management in Berea.
Derek is the son of Lonnie Brandenburg of Berea, KY and Vickie Wagers of Richmond, KY. He is a 2002 graduate of Madison Southern High School and is employed as a QA technician at Quanex Building Products in Richmond.
The ceremony will take place on October 26th, 2013 at Pilot Knob Missionary Baptist Church.
Twenty-three civilian employees were honored by the Kentucky State Police at a ceremony held today at the Capital Plaza Hotel in Frankfort.
Shelbyville-resident Lucille Marshall was named 2013 KSP Civilian Employee of the Year. A 28-year veteran of the agency, Marshall is an Administrative Specialist III in the Office of the Commissioner at KSP headquarters in Frankfort.
Marshall joined the state police in 1985 as a data entry operator in the Records Section. Over the years, she has held numerous support positions
Unlawful Imprisonment Arrest: On 10/24/13 Madison County deputies responded to 511 Drowning Creek Rd. Waco, Kentucky to a domestic disturbance.
While sheriff’s units were enroute, deputies were informed by dispatch the victim reported, the suspect had held a gun to her head. Once on scene Michael Harrison was found at the home and arrested on an outstanding warrant.
As deputies were investigating the domestic call Mr. Harrison complained of chest pain. E.M.S. was called and Mr. Harrison was transported to Baptist
Burglary: On 10/23/2013, a resident in the 100 block of Spurlin MHP reported that a storage building behind his home had been broken into during the overnight hours and several tools were stolen. Entry was gained by prying loose the hasp. The following items were reported missing: an Ace Hardware 10” chop saw, gray and red in color; a Milwaukee band saw in a red case; and a RotoZip saw with a tool bag and extra blades. Estimated loss: $850.00
Theft from Vehicle: On 10/23/2013, a resident in the 1100 block of Richmond Green Drive reported that an in-dash Dual AM/FM CD player and $10.00 in change had been stolen from his vehicle during the overnight
Got Drugs? Turn In your Unused or Expired Medication for Safe Disposal during the National ‘Take Back’ Initiative
KSP will partner with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) on October 26, 2013 in a collaborative effort to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from home medicine cabinets. Collection activities will take place from 10:00 a.m. through 2:00 p.m. at eighteen locations across the state.
Sgt. Rick Saint-Blancard, spokesperson for KSP, advised that the program is designed to be easy for citizens and offered the following tips for those interested in participating:
Participants may dispose of medication in its original container or by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into the disposal
U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell met with Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) President and CEO William Johnson to urge TVA to maintain its current operations at the Paradise Fossil Plant, a coal-fired facility in Drakesboro, Kentucky. During the Wednesday meeting, Senator McConnell said that with the upcoming retirement of Kentucky Utilities’ Green River plant in 2016, coupled with a potential closure of Paradise, Muhlenberg County “just can’t take any more hits.” Johnson responded that many factors have
Adopt-A-Potato Growing Guide Dear Members, The Adopt-A-Potato Growing Guide and Local Recipe Book has just hit the streets and we hope all of you will want to purchase a book for yourself and perhaps several more for Christmas presents! The book is really fabulous! People snapped up the first 50 with gusto and our first order of 25 was shipped to Georgia this week. It
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