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On Saturday, Jan. 24, three members of the Berea Welcome Center Carvers will demonstrate a variety of woodcarving styles and techniques from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.
What does the one-hour delay option mean for parents and students?
A one-hour delay would be announced in the same way as a school cancellation. Please check all the local media including television stations, radio stations, the district website, the district’s Facebook page or the district’s Twitter page for that information.
During a one-hour delay, the district may need to cancel school if the weather does not permit for a safe start to the day. Please continue to check
Burglary Arrest: On 01/13/2015, police charged Christopher Frye, age 23, Simpson Lane, for several offenses in connection with a domestic incident.
At approximately 11:47 A.M., officers were dispatched to a residence in the 200 block of Evansdale Avenue to investigate a reported assault. Upon arrival, officers met with the female resident who reported that Frye arrived at her residence and assaulted her by choking her, pulling her hair, and striking her in the head. The victim was able to force Frye from the residence, but he kicked open the door and reentered the home where he punched a hole in the wall before fleeing from the scene. Frye and the victim share a child in
The online registration for recreational soccer is now open for the Spring
2015 season. Complete registration before January 31, 2015 and the recreational league registration fee is $65 per player. Registration after January 31 will be $85 per player.
Register on our website: www.musasoccer.com
Kentucky State Police and the John Calipari Foundation have teamed up with Harley Davidson to bring a premiere motorcycle to one lucky winner. just $10 per ticket for your chance to win!
Afternoon preschool has been canceled for today (Jan. 14, 2015). Morning preschool students will not be bused home at mid-day. They will remain at school until the end of the day unless parents would like to pick them up.
A new study released today by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) and the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy (KCEP) finds that low-income Kentuckians pay 49 percent more in state and local taxes as a share of their incomes than the state’s wealthiest one percent pay. The rate for moderate-income and middle class taxpayers is 74 percent higher than what those at the very top pay.
“Kentucky’s upside-down tax system requires the least from those who are most able to pay taxes and whose incomes are growing the most rapidly,” said Jason Bailey, KCEP’s Director. “Widening income inequality is the central
The Berea fire Department responded to a chlorine leak today (Jan. 13, 2015) at the city water department. Water department employees are highly trained and quickly noticed the emergency and contacted fire department.
The Berea Fire Department trains for incidents at this facility yearly and even though incidents here are rare the situation was quickly brought under control. Approximately 2lbs of chlorine was released when one tank was hit by another during a delivery.
Recognizing the work she has already done in overseeing the state’s highway plan, the Kentucky House of Representatives’ leaders recently re-appointed state Rep. Leslie Combs to a second two-year term as chair of the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Transportation.
“I am truly honored to have another opportunity to help address Kentucky’s transportation needs,” said Rep. Combs, D-Pikeville. “We have made a lot of gains over the last two years as a state – from the US 460 project in the east to the Louisville and Land Between the Lakes bridges further west – but as we weather new challenges, this role
For the second day in a row the Berea Fire Department has been on scene of the shale fire in the Slate lick area. The fire has been very difficult to get to and with the help of the CSX railroad company supplying heavy equipment to dig with to reach the fire, the Fire Department hopes to have the problem resolved in the next few days.
Trespassing Arrest: On 01/11/2015 Walmart employees observed a male subject in the store that had previously been banned, and were able to provide paperwork.
Officers arrested 32 year old Michael Cheeks of Berea KY and charged him with Criminal Trespassing 3rd Degree.