The Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) will be awarded an equipment grant from the Kentucky State Police for an underage drinking enforcement project.
A presentation will take place at the MCSO, located at 135 W. Irvine Street in Richmond, KY, on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 at 10:00 am.
KSP serves as the designated state administrator for the Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws (EUDL) grant. The funding is provided by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) block grant.
This eight week program will provide information, support, and encouragement to persons in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia and their caregivers. The support group will provide an opportunity to discuss issues and changes related to memory loss and a gathering to share experiences and feelings.
This series will begin on March 26th and continue through May 14th from 10:30am-12:00pm at the Alzheimer’s Association, located at 465 East High Street, Suite 200, Lexington. Registration is required. Call April at 1-859-266-5283, Ext. 1308 for more information.
Hunter David Harris Smith
Hunter David Harris Smith 19 days old, passed away suddenly at St. Joseph Hospital in Berea. Hunter was born in Richmond, Kentucky to Jermany and Melissa Winn Smith.
He is survived by his siblings Lyric Stephens, Eian DePew and Dakota Smith, paternal grandmother Debbie Smith, paternal grandfather Ronny Winn and paternal grandmother Tiffany King. He is also survived by special aunts and uncles Greg Neeley, Tuasha Smith, Kris Christoffel, Tyler King, Ronnie Winn Jr. and Cheyanne Winn.
Funeral services will be 1 pm Sunday March 9, 2014 at Lakes Funeral Home in Berea with Bro. Darren Slone officiating. Burial will follow at the Chasteen
Eastern Kentucky University defeated top-seeded Belmont, 79-73, to capture the Ohio Valley Conference Championship Saturday at the Municipal Auditorium.
The EKU Colonels (24-9) won their seventh game in a row. This means a return trip to the NCAA Tournament, the first time since 2007.
Senior public health nursing students of Eastern Kentucky University’s Baccalaureate Nursing Program in collaboration with Madison County Health Department, Madison County Safety Coalition, EKU College of Justice and Safety, and Madison County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy will conduct a Ghost Out at Berea Community High School on March 25, 2014. The media is invited to cover the program.
Ghost Out is a week-long alcohol and drug awareness program aimed at high school students. Vehicular crashes are a leading cause of teen mortality and morbidity. A significant number of these crashes are the result of an impaired
Jim Lucas shares the final results on the 2014 petition to grant Berea businesses licences to sell alcohol.
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