Now through Feb. 28, 2015 The exhibit, “Put a Lid on It: Containers by Kentucky Artisans,” is on display at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, showcasing containers by 48 Kentucky artisans. Some works are purely functional while others offer new interpretations of the container form. They are created from a variety of materials including stone, clay, turned and carved wood, glass, metal, fiber and recycled materials.
If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, the time for legal and financial planning is now. This workshop is for anyone who would like to know more about what legal and financial issues to consider and how to put plans in place. The program will be held on Wednesday, February 11th from 2-4pm at the Madison County Public Library, located at 319 Chestnut Street, Berea. Registration is required.
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Shirley Nolan Centers
Shirley Nolan Centers, 77, died Saturday, February 7, 2015 at The Terrace Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility in Berea. He was born April 9, 1937, son of the late Augustus and Viola Spivey Centers.
He was a retired employee of Irvine Industries, and member of Lighthouse Baptist Church. Shirley was an avid fisherman and outdoors man who enjoyed sharing his catch with family, friends, neighbors and the community by hosting fish fries at his home or a church fellowship. As a young man he enjoyed dirt biking and grouse hunting.
Survivors include his loving wife of 15 years, Jewel King Moody Centers; 4 children, Jeff (Pam) Centers, Tony Centers, Judy (John) Rose, Joyce Rose; 3 step-children, Steve (Kaye) Moody, Bryan Moody, Vickie (Cecil) Grant; 4 siblings, Glendon Centers, Ray Centers, Lonnie Centers, Rosa Lee Cottrell;
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The Alzheimer’s Association would like to invite you to join us as we gather at the Capitol in Frankfort, DRESSED IN PURPLE, to show our elected officials just how many Kentuckians are impacted by Alzheimer’s disease. Constituents will meet with legislators and build awareness of Alzheimer’s disease as well as promote the care and support needs of those living with the disease and
The Gallery on Main Richmond, KY is excited to announce our upcoming exhibit FUSE: AN INVITATIONAL.
Fuse is an invitational by members of our Board of Directors. Each member
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Dr. Chad Berry, academic vice president and dean of the faculty, talks about Berea College’s initiatives to support students’ academic success.
Forgery Arrest: On 02/04/2015, police arrested James D. Potter, age 33, Old Kentucky Highway 52, in connection with the passing of fraudulent checks.
At approximately 5:16 P.M., an officer was dispatched to Cumberland Valley National Bank on Leighway Drive in response to a report that Potter was outside the bank. The officer was further advised that there existed several warrants for the arrest of Potter.
Upon arrival, the officer encountered Potter in front of the bank near his vehicle and detained him. It was confirmed that there existed three warrants
The Kentucky State Police is advising all citizens to beware of phone scams requesting financial donations for fallen police officers.
KSP Post 16 in Henderson has documented a number of people who reported receiving calls from someone who states he is with KSP or another police professional fundraiser. His goal is to try to obtain donations (credit or bank card information) for fallen officers who have died in the line of duty. When asked for more information about his authenticity, he hangs-up. Complainants advise the caller may identify himself as “Rick” and calls from a 270 area code.
The investigation is in its early stages, but this number is likely a Skype account originating overseas. KSP does not and will not ask anyone for any banking or personal information. (Although KSP is currently involved in raising funds for a fallen trooper memorial, it does not engage in cold call
The Kentucky General Assembly began “part two” of the 2015 session on Tuesday which made for a busy week for legislators in Frankfort. Continuing the goal of “creating Kentucky jobs and strengthening Kentucky families,” the Senate Majority Caucus wasted no time introducing our next five priority bills and giving them a first reading on the Senate floor on Tuesday.
We passed Senate Bill 7 on Thursday, which would require ultrasound pictures of a woman’s unborn baby to be made available to the individual considering having an abortion, if she chooses to