At approximately 1:41 P.M., officers were dispatched to an apartment in the 1500 block of E. Irvine Street. Upon arrival, officers met with the female resident who reported that she had been assaulted and robbed. It was further learned that the victim was walking on E. Main Street near Spring Street when the suspect stopped and offered her a
Just a reminder we will be having sign ups for our 3rd and 4th grade team this Friday the 18th from 6-8 p.m. at Madison Southern football complex.
You can also pick up registration forms at Linville Insurance Agency @ 302 richmond road in Berea.
Get the word out. We are going to have a great season. Please message us on Facebook if you have any questions.
Madison Southern Youth Football League.
Harriet Dietrich Freeman Marsh, 87, formally of Helena, MT and Berea, KY died Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at Telford Terrace in Richmond, KY of old age.
Our Mom was born January 5, 1927 in Lexington, KY, the daughter of Joe Frank Freeman and Lois Dietrich Freeman and sister to Alice Freeman Hills and Caroline Freeman Johnston. She married Dad on December 21, 1949 at her family’s home in Lexington and I don’t think they slept apart by choice for the next 56 years. She attended the University of Kentucky, where she received recognition for outstanding scholarship, was a member of Alpha Xi Delta social sorority and
Caudill Middle School and Madison Central High School have won the World Archery Championships in the middle and high school divisions.
The win is a third consecutive title for Caudill Middle School and a first for MCHS. Congratulations to both teams!
Passing a Jobs Bill to Support Kentucky’s Infrastructure
On Thursday, I supported House passage of the Fiscal Year 2015 Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, which passed by a bipartisan vote of 253-170.
The bill protects taxpayer dollars and cuts waste, spending $50 million less than last year’s version. It will help create construction jobs, improve our nation’s vital infrastructure, and support a true “all-of-the-above” energy policy that will reduce costs for Kentucky families. It prioritizes
Holistic Life Sciences is very excited to be bringing the Chopra Center Perfect Health Ayurvedic Lifestyle Program to Berea, Ky. This program is a series of 5 lectures and we are also including a FREE Ayurvedic cooking class with Chef Josh Gardner.
You will learn the basic principles of Ayurveda, Meditation, and Yoga as well as the three primary mind-body personalities: vata, pitta, and kapha. How to select and use the most nourishing foods for your mind-body personality. These nutritional practices will help you maintain vibrant health, appropriate
2014 Men’s Invitational Saturday & Sunday July 12-13 at the Berea Country Club. Call the pro-shop to sign up. Be sure to request tee time, who you would like to play with on Saturday, your handicap, if you need a cart and how many tickets for dinner Saturday night. 986-7141.
Girls Basketball will be having tryouts on July 15th at 4 pm.
Flyer Girls–This is an awesome opportunity to participate in middle school athletics. Players do not have to have any prior basketball experience.
If you have any questions, please email Coach Simmons.
The Memory Café provides an informal setting for caregivers and their loved ones with memory problems to socialize and interact with other families and professionals, while sharing and creating old and new experiences.
The Memory Café will meet on Monday, July 14th from 3:00p.m. to 5:00p.m. at the Bronte Bistro at Joseph Beth Booksellers at Lexington Green. The Memory Café is free of charge and open to anyone with memory problems and their caregiver(s). Hosted by the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, the event also receives support from the Alzheimer’s Association.
To sign up or to learn more about the Memory Café, contact Jackie Chance at (859)257-8971.
White Hall Elementary School has selected Monica Eversole as its next principal. Eversole is currently serving in Fayette County Schools as guidance counselor at Dixie Magnet Elementary School in Lexington.
Eversole began her career in education more than 20 years ago with all of her experience being at the elementary level. She served as the guidance counselor at White Hall for 7 years. Eversole left White Hall to serve as principal at Yates Elementary in Fayette County. She served in that role for 3 years before moving to Dixie Magnet Elementary.
“We are excited for Monica Eversole to return to Madison County Schools and to be the next leader at White Hall Elementary,” said Chief Academic Officer
Join Spotlight Acting School for a fun filled morning of super adventures.
Children will be challenged to create a super hero of their design and participate in art, acting, dance and music activities to further develop their hero for a short presentation.
Call 859-986-0423 for more information or to preregister. This tuition based program is made available on a first come, first serve basis at $40.00 for the day. Save $5.00 instantly for preregistration. Other discounts (such as multi-child) and limited financial aide are available per our normal policies which can be read by following this link.
Tomorrow is the day and there is plenty of room left to join the fun!
July 12 – 9am-Noon for ages 8-12
What is Kentucky Changers?
Kentucky Changers goes way beyond the typical “summer camp” experience. Participants are challenged to become “On Mission” Christians as they live out their faith while getting their hands dirty doing hard work. Participants work on exterior home repairs for low-income families.
They discover “missions as a lifestyle and not a location” as they make a difference in their world.
Kentucky Changers offers churches a pre-packaged project at an affordable cost. All Kentucky Changers are expected to engage in the mission-preparation process before arriving on site.
Kentucky Changers is a team effort from start to finish. An understanding of teamwork is vital, as participants will work on crews with students from other churches during their project week.
Kentucky Changers utilize The Blueprint for individual growth. This “On Mission” development guide is one of the primary tools for participants in their spiritual development. The Blueprint contains everything needed for personal spiritual preparation except for a Bible. Each participant is expected to work through this preparation guide.
Replacing roofs, installing siding or building a ramp is not easy labor and participants
Drug Arrests: On 07/09/2014, police charged Ryan R. Anderson, age 30, and Chasity L. King, age 28, Fairlane Drive, for drug trafficking.
In December 2013, the RPD Narcotics Unit purchased a quantity of Suboxone strips from Anderson and King on two separate occasions during a covert