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Chanticleer Monday, April 20, 2015
The multiple Grammy Award-winning ensemble, Chanticleer, has a special affinity for sumptuous repertoire, ranging from intimate chamber pieces, Renaissance to jazz, and from gospel to venturesome new music. Called “the world’s reigning male chorus” by The New Yorker magazine and named the 2008 Ensemble of the year by Musical America, the group is known around the world as “an orchestra of voices.” The Los Angeles Times says “Chanticleer fascinates and enthralls for much the same reason fine chocolate or Rolls Royce does…through luxurious perfection.”
Tickets: $45, $50, $55, $60
Tickets on sale now and may be purchased by calling the box office at 859.583.1716.
The City of Richmond will be accepting applications for Police Officer from April 20th through May 13th.
To apply contact Human Resources at the link below or call 859 623-1000 Ext 1200.
Baptist Health Richmond is pleased to announce that Greg Gerard will join the hospital staff as Vice President of Ambulatory Services effective April 20. Gerard served as president of both Saint Joseph London and Saint Joseph Berea during his recent seven-year stint with KentuckyOne Health.
“Greg is an accomplished executive who has led hospitals in this region to incredible growth and expansion. His expertise and leadership with ambulatory services, combined with his experience in Madison County make him an excellent addition to our leadership team,” said Todd Jones, President
Madison County Conservation District will be offering free tree seedlings to all Madison County residents on Wednesday April 22, 2015 from 9:00 to 3:30.
Species available are: White Pine, Redbud, Mockernut Hickory, White Oak and Black Walnut.
On Friday, April 17, 2015 at approximately 1:52 AM, KSP SGT Steve Walker stopped a 2004 Ford Explorer for a minor traffic violation on KY HWY 80 West in Laurel County.
SGT Walker suspected that the driver, Shawn B. Asher, 26, of London was under the influence of drugs. During a search of the vehicle, 28 grams of suspected crystal methamphetamine was located along with two (2) handguns, one (1) set of scales, a portable handheld police radio and a
On Friday, April 17, 2015 at approximately 7:56 AM, Kentucky State Police Post 11, London received a report of a robbery at the Richard White Wood Products logging yard located off KY HWY 11 in Clay County.
Upon arrival, KSP Detective Nick Metcalf determined that two male subjects approached a Richard White Products employee as he arrived for work. The two males allegedly entered the office, armed with a handgun, and demanded money. The victim complied and the suspects fled the scene in the victim’s 2014 Chevrolet Silverado company pickup truck with an undisclosed amount of company cash, as well as, an undisclosed amount of the victim’s personal
Danny Cheeks, 47 husband of Penny Owens Cheeks, passed away Sunday April 12, 2015 at the U.K. medical Center. Danny was born September 24, 1967 in Richmond, KY to Judy Ann Agee Cheeks and to the late Bobby Wayne Cheeks.
Danny was a driver for Uncle Charlie’s for many years, he loved to watch the University of Kentucky play basketball and was of the Baptist faith.
Other than his wife Penny and his mother Judy, he is survived by a daughter Kelsey Anne Cheeks of Waco, KY a step son Kenneth Wayne Hall Jr. his maternal grandmother Mattie Louise Agee, and his aunts and uncles Linda (Kenny) Johns, Steve (Helen) Rhodus, Jerry (Emily) Agee, as well as numerous cousins and lots and lots of friends.
Funeral services for Danny will be 1:00 pm Thursday April 16, 2015 at the Oldham, Roberts & Powell Funeral Home. Burial will follow in the Flatwoods Cemetery. Visitation will be after 5:00 pm Wednesday April 15, 2015 at the
The impact of aging is being felt by more and more communities across Kentucky, as it is across the nation. Yet despite the warning signs of our changing demographics it remains a topic many of us seem to not want to talk about or apparently even consider. Is it any wonder then that, we are ill-prepared for what is now taking place?
The latest U.S. census shows; over 40% of Kentucky’s population is over the age of 45. The implications cannot be ignored. Consider its impact on families and business. In 2012, the National Caregiver Alliance reported that almost 29% (65.7 million) of the U.S. adult population provided care to someone who was ill, disabled or aged. Of those providing care, one out of six were working either full time or part time and the average age of a caregiver was 49.2 years of
On Sunday, April 26, actor Janet Scott, of Lexington, will portray Mary Settles, “The Last Shaker at Pleasant Hill” at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea. The performance will be at 2 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
Born in Louisville on Oct. 21, 1835, Mary Settles survived a broken marriage, religious persecution, war on her doorstep and economic decline with the support of her Shaker family and her devotion to God. Mary’s mother died soon after she was born, and she was raised by her father. Interested in learning from an early age, she attended public school and became a teacher. She married Frank Settles in 1854, with
Richmond Raceway’s Richmond Rumble Cancelled on FRIDAY April 17 Due to Wet Condtions; Spring Shootout Still ON for SATURDAY April 18
Richmond, KY- April 12, 2015- Richmond Raceway co-promoters Larry, Chad, and Sarah Yantz have cancelled the Richmond Rumble that was scheduled for FRIDAY April 17 due to the wet condtions of the grounds at the track after heavy rains on Tuesday that caused flooding in and around the area at the
Update: This morning, the Kentucky State Police investigation into the Officer Involved shooting that occurred on September 13, 2014, involving Jesse Aaron Gibbons, was presented to the Madison County Grand Jury.
A copy of the investigation will be available when the case is closed and submitted to the KSP Records Branch. All requests for the investigation will be
Undocumented immigrants living and paying taxes in Kentucky would increase their contributions under the Obama administration’s executive actions, according to a new study by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP). Such payments would increase even more under comprehensive immigration reform.
ITEP’s study, “Undocumented Immigrants’ State and Local Tax Contributions,” estimates that 48,000 undocumented immigrants in Kentucky currently pay