Sept. 09, 2014 – Toneaka & Rusty Flannery – McKee – Boy
Sept. 09, 2014 – Christal & Derrick Sloan – Richmond – Girl
Sept. 10, 2014 – Sarah & Andrew Nipper – Berea – Girl
Sept. 10, 2014 – Kathy Jackson & Robert Smith – Richmond – Boy
Sept. 11, 2014 – Melissa Durham & Gerald Reed – Berea – Boy
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Sept. 09, 2014 – Toneaka & Rusty Flannery – McKee – Boy
REGULAR INSPECTIONS WITH NO FOLLOW-UP DUE SCORE
Fin’s (Formerly The Jungle), 826 Heath St., Richmond 95%
Foley Middle School Cafeteria, 275 Glades Rd., Berea 97%
Kirksville Elementary Cafeteria, 2399 Lancaster Rd., Richmond 98%
Redi Mart #17, 920 Red House Rd., Richmond 98%
Richmond Child Care Center, 220 Duncannon Ln., Richmond 100%
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These are the burglary suspects from Berea Drug. We are looking for any information that can help us identify these people. If you can provide any information please contact us at 859-986-8456.
Sen. Carpenter Asks Governor to Include Madison Middle School Students on Anti-bullying Awareness Task Force Agenda
Senator Jared Carpenter (R-Berea) sent the attached letter to Governor Beshear today requesting that the Madison Middle School students be placed on the first meeting agenda of the newly created Anti-bullying Awareness Task Force.
“The students’ powerful testimonies were key in the passage of SB 20,” Carpenter said in his letter to Governor Beshear. “Their insights into bullying, as well as the personal courage each showed in talking about the issue, will be of great use to the task force in putting together its recommendations.”
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EPA Grants McConnell’s Request; Gives Kentuckians More Time to Voice Their Concerns on Proposed Anti-Coal Rule
U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell announced today the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has agreed to a 45-day extension for its proposed regulations targeting Kentucky coal jobs and miners – thus allowing more time for Kentuckians and those in coal states to voice their concerns on EPA’s proposed anti-coal rule. The deadline to comment on the rule is now December 1, 2014.
Senator McConnell joined a bipartisan majority of Senators in urging EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy to give more time to
Road Closed: September 17-18 The Main Street rail road crossing in Richmond will be closed for repair.
East bound traffic will be routed down Hallie Irvine to Irvine Street then to Estill Avenue back to East Main. Continuing East down Irvine Street will take yoy to the intersection of East Main and the By-pass.
Alcohol Arrest: On 09/09/2014 Officers were called to the 1100 Block of Blackberry Lane in reference to an intoxicated male subject. The subject had opened the door to a residence and the homeowner had to yell at him to leave. The subject was located and had slurred speech and was unsteady on his feet.
Officers arrested 21 year old Adam Robinson of Berea KY and charged him with Criminal Trespass, Disorderly Conduct, and Alcohol Intoxication in a
Drug Arrest: On 09/12/2014, police charged Dejuan D. Westberry, age 36, Detroit, for drug trafficking offenses.
At approximately 4:30 P.M., RPD officers executed a search warrant at a residence in the 2000 block of Edgewood Drive in furtherance of a drug trafficking investigation. Prior to the execution of the warrant, officers observe Westberry exit the apartment and drive away. He was stopped a short time later and detained. Officers recovered over $2200.00 in cash and two cellular telephones from his person.
During the search of the residence, officers recovered over seven grams of
The Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP) sirens located throughout Madison County will be sounded the morning of September 17th as part of the annual, federally-graded CSEPP Exercise and will serve as the regularly scheduled test of the siren and radio notification system.
Since the date of the Exercise coincides with the date of the scheduled siren test, the sirens will be activated in the morning rather than the usual time of 12:20 p.m. This morning activation will serve to signal the start of the CSEPP Exercise on September 17th.
The Advisor Alert Radios (AARs), or indoor warning system, will also be
All members of the Berea community are invited to celebrate with Union Church the re-dedication of their renovated sanctuary, dedication of the Thomas Memorial Library and the inaugural organ concert by Gabriel Evans on September 21st.
The sanctuary of the historic building on College Square was first dedicated in 1922 “This renovation was badly needed,” states Rev. Kent Gilbert, senior
U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, R-Lexington, has emerged as a champion of bank deregulation during his freshman term in Congress.
It’s an arcane subject with relatively few followers in his Central Kentucky district. But Barr, with a seat on the House Financial Services Committee and Wall Street donors backing his re-election on Nov. 4, is sponsoring several bills to loosen the Dodd-Frank Law, a package of banking reforms enacted after the 2008 economic collapse and recession.
For Barr, a 41-year-old lawyer, his bills are about “making sure that American companies on Main Street and all across this country have access to reliable,
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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. Learn what legal decisions must be made, and how to use those decisions to protect and provide the best care possible for
Megan Gray age 22, of Mt.Vernon, passed away Tuesday September 9th, 2014 at the Baptist Health Hospital in Corbin, KY.
She was born on August 19th, 1992 in London, KY the daughter of Jessie R. Gray of Anville, KY, and Mrs. Angela Hayes Sowder of Mt.Vernon.
She was a student who enjoyed music, band, spending time with family & friends, and was a member of the Calvary Apostolic Church in Berea.
Survivors besides her parents are: one sister; Allison Gray of Anville, KY. Her grandparents; Ralph & Mary Lou Gray of Boonville, KY, and many aunts,