BVFR Breakfast

BVFR Breakfast

KY-Afield Fishing Report for Mid September in KY

EKU Volleyball Highlights – 9/3/14

Betty’s Easy Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge

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Berea City Council Meeting 09-02-2014

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Annual Cause Warrior Ride Travels through Local Area

Patriot Guard Escort

Patriot Guard Escort

Cause Warrior Ride

Cause Warrior Ride

On Sunday, July 20, 2014, two Vietnam veterans and their spouses began a 70-day, 3,500 mile journey across the US to raise awareness for America’s latest generation of wounded warriors. The 2014 Cause Warrior Ride will travel through Kentucky from September 6rd to September 15th.

Cause, a non-profit dedicated to providing wounded warriors innovative programs designed to aid in the reduction of stress and pain suffered during combat, is partnering with members of the West Point Class of 1969 on a journey across America. U.S. Army Veteran Tom Ramos and his wife Rose anchor the Team. They will be joined by fellow classmates and veterans Phil Clarke, Tom Smith, John McBeth and his wife Nell. The team is

Gatsby at Elmwood

Gatsby Elmwood

Praise in the Park

Praise in the Park

MCHS Football Coach Mark Scenters Show #3 2014

TRAFFIC ADVISORY

TRAFFIC ADVISORY

TRAFFIC ADVISORY

TRAFFIC ADVISORY: On Friday 09/05/2014 Madison Southern football will host Madison Central. A large crowd is expected for the game and there will be some traffic congestion.

Officers will be directing traffic but you should expect delays if you plan on traveling through the area. Glades Road, Rash Road, Highway 595 and Richmond Road will all see heavy traffic between 5:00pm and 7:00pm, and again between 10:00pm and 11:00pm.

KSP Honors Berea Resident‏

Tpr. Paul Blanton and Officer Charles E. Tinsley Jr.

Tpr. Paul Blanton and Officer Charles E. Tinsley Jr.

Kentucky State Police Tpr. Paul Blanton (left), of the KSP Public Affairs Branch, presented Berea-resident Officer Charles E. Tinsley, Jr. with the 2014 Kentucky State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Public Affairs Officer of the Year award in recognition of his unparalleled dedication and

Potter Melvin Rowe Demonstrates Hand-built Ceramics at KY Artisan

Mugs with sprig clay molded designs by Melvin Rowe.

Mugs with sprig clay molded designs by Melvin Rowe.

On Saturday, Sept. 13, studio potter Melvin Rowe will demonstrate his handbuilding and sprig mold techniques from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.

A native of Louisville, Rowe has been selling his functional stoneware since 1971. He has a bachelor’s degree in art from Western Kentucky University and a master’s degree from the University of Louisville. Rowe is the former

Put a Lid on It: Containers by Kentucky Artisans

Photos top row, left to right: “Tall Peacock Jar” by Amelia Stamps; “Blue Ocean” by Robin Costelle; “Treasure Nest” by Julie Warren Conn; “Pixie House” by Tonya Vance; “Wow!” by Martha Puckett   Photos middle row, left to right: “Horse Barrel Box” by Janet Bailey Burch; “Ceremonial Jar” by Seth Green; “Earth Bowl” by John Keeton   Photos bottom row, left to right: “Bird Jar” by Philip Wiggs;’ “Earth and Fire # 96” by Jack and Linda Fifield; “Industrial Teapot # 2” by Wyman Rice; “Reviving the Past” by Gin Petty

Photos top row, left to right: “Tall Peacock Jar” by Amelia Stamps; “Blue Ocean” by Robin Costelle; “Treasure Nest” by Julie Warren Conn; “Pixie House” by Tonya Vance; “Wow!” by Martha Puckett
Photos middle row, left to right: “Horse Barrel Box” by Janet Bailey Burch; “Ceremonial Jar” by Seth Green; “Earth Bowl” by John Keeton
Photos bottom row, left to right: “Bird Jar” by Philip Wiggs;’ “Earth and Fire # 96” by Jack and Linda Fifield; “Industrial Teapot # 2” by Wyman Rice; “Reviving the Past” by Gin Petty

A new exhibit, “Put a Lid on It: Containers by Kentucky Artisans,” opens Sept. 13 at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.

Containers have been used over the centuries for storage and transport and to hold special objects. This exhibit showcases lidded containers by 47 Kentucky artists working with a variety of materials, including stone, clay, turned and carved wood, glass, metal, fiber and recycled materials. Some works are purely functional while others offer new interpretations of the

Bowling and Silent Auction

Bowling and Silent Auction

The Happily Ever After Ball

The Happily Ever After Ball

The Happily Ever After Ball

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Madison County received a $10,000 grant from the Steele-Reese Foundation on August 1st. This grant effectively doubles CASA’s funds and will enable them to expand their Executive Director’s hours and recruit and train more volunteers. This grant is

Kids Fest 2014

Kids Fest

$33K Goal Set for Bluegrass Regional Alzheimer’s Walk

Alzheimers Association

Alzheimers Association

The local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association has set a goal of raising $33,000 at the Bluegrass Regional Walk to End Alzheimer’s this year. The Association’s largest local fundraiser will take place on the morning of Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Berea Community School.

“Funds raised for the Walk will provide support services for the 67,000 Kentuckians and 100,000 Indiana residents living with Alzheimer’s, as well as their families and caregivers, while also contributing to critically needed

Richmond Kentuckys Great American Festival 2014

Jeweler & Lapidary Artist John Leeds Demonstrates at KY Artisan Center

A variety of sliced Kentucky agates. Photos by Roland McIntosh, of Winchester, KY, whose book on KY Agates is available at the Center. A selection of commissioned Kentucky agate jewelry designed by John Leeds of Richmond.

A variety of sliced Kentucky agates. Photos by Roland McIntosh, of Winchester, KY, whose book on KY Agates is available at the Center.
A selection of commissioned Kentucky agate jewelry designed by John Leeds of Richmond.

On Saturday, Sept. 6, jeweler and lapidary artist John Leeds, of Richmond, will demonstrate how he cuts and polishes Kentucky agates from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.

Beautiful specimens of banded Kentucky agates have been discovered in Estill, Lee, Powell, Jackson and Rockcastle counties. These agates are called

CD Release Party

CD Release Party

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