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Audio Software icon An illustration of a 3. Software Images icon An illustration of two photographs. Images Donate icon An illustration of a heart shape Donate Ellipses icon An illustration of text ellipses. Wallace started her term with an office at the Heritage House antique store. The chamber office moved to the corner of Main and Cross Main when that closed.
The wrangler and his animals thrilled young and old alike. For more photos, see A2. Authorities made no immediate arrest after the incident at the Henry County recreation park between two members of the visiting Indiana Trybe football team resulted in a non-life threatening head wound to Guy Brown of Indianapolis. Kentucky State Police troopers questioned Marcus Anthony Lewis, also of Indianapolis, after pulling over his black Mercedes in the vicinity of Campbellsburg. Authorities released Lewis, after finding ammunition in his car that matched a shell casing left at the scene. The audit is complete and those should come in the next few days.
We received final approval from the state to say buy it A3 Opinion. A5 Health. A6 TV. A8 Records. A9 Ag. A10 Classifieds. A12 School. A15 Sports. Carl E. Ruth, Sr. Both children and adults smiled when Chris introduced the crowd to an animal with claws and sharp teeth - a rabbit with the name of Foo Foo. Whereas hearing is the rabbit's superpower, the frog's is eating, whose diet may include small rodents once he gets bigger.
Coyote Chris needed several helpers from the audience in order to hold onto Bert the boa constrictor. It was interesting. He was just a tremendous help and I thank him very much. The first time, the board turned the idea down, but Wallace persisted. It shows her with Tom Shroyer at left and the late Doug Kalbfleisch. Attendees broke up into small groups in order to discuss what they wanted Wallace and the chamber to do. Wallace helped launch the first chamber website.
The latest group is working on a sidewalk to make the pond in the new park accessible to everyone. A paid obituary is offered for those who wish to print additional information. Deadline is 3 p. Monday the week of publication. Funeral services were held at 11 a. Paul Harvey officiating. Interment was in Point Pleasant Cemetery. She was the daughter of the late Sandy P. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.
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At Baptist Health, our physicians, clinicians and leaders in the commonwealth are committed to working with each community to create healthier places to live. Learn more about our vision. Download our community report at BaptistHealthKentucky. The names of loved ones lost to cancer as well as the names of those who fought cancer and won or are still in the battle adorned bags and lanterns. At the center, a wreath honored Connie Singleton, a long-time supporter and advocate of the Relay For Life, who recently passed away.
At left, Jakob Beckley, a Relay For Life committee member, struggled to deflate a beach ball near the end of the evening. At right, Logan Yount kneeled down near the luminary of a friend that he lost to cancer, as friends Megan Clifford and Tyler Crouch offered their support.
Under the new format for Relay, events concluded at 1 a. Julie Smith, a member of the Henry County Government team, worked to decorate luminary bags as they were purchased. Despite all efforts, there is one aspect of the day that even the best planner has absolutely no control over - the weather. The two organizations that planned their respective events chose to react to the situation in different ways, drawing both positive and negative feedback from the public.
Part of the basic premise of the event is to walk the track through the night in honor of those who have battled cancer. Only in dangerous conditions has the event been called off early. This year in light of the near-guaranteed rainfall, Relay organizers moved the event indoors to the Henry County Middle School gymnasium and commons area. Admittedly, it was crowded and a little chaotic, but all were dry, had ample access to electricity and enjoyed indoor restrooms. After months of planning, the City of Campbellsburg made the difficult decision to cancel Campbellsburg Day with the intent to reschedule it for later this summer.
No parade, no outdoor sound system, no ADD. However, the city had to consider the time, energy and effort that would have gone into forging ahead with the event in proportion to the of people that would have ventured out in the rain to participate. Rescheduling an event of that size is a daunting task as well. Win some, lose some. Cancelling Campbellsburg Day was the only viable option for the city. And the decision to move the Relay indoors was an excellent choice.
Although armchair quarterbacks may question or criticize both, organizers should feel confident they made the best decision for their events.
Good call, guys. Common sense would lead most people to believe that the gas tax revenue that funds the Highway Trust Fund should be spent specifically on highways, ro and bridges. However, when it comes to the operations of Congress and the federal government, common sense is uncommon. Many Americans are unaware that gas tax revenue is regularly diverted from the federal Highway Trust Fund for such things as bike paths, sidewalks, mass transit and other purely local projects.
This must end. Current federal law also allows the money in this trust fond to go toward sidewalks and bike paths.
Just last month, we again voted to temporarily patch the Trust Fund. Rather than increase the current In fact, I believe that transportation is critical to our national security. Our rate is half of what can be found in Virginia, which placed second. That same article did point out, however, that ificant change is on the horizon for the commonwealth.
Construction along the corridor and Eastern Kentucky is set to start soon, and the 3,mile project, which will reach into all counties, should be complete by the fall of This is not something homes and businesses will tap into direcdy.
Representative Kentuckians to the rest of the online world. As recently as the early s, broadband internet could largely be considered a luxury, but that is no longer the case. Those without it, or without adequate speeds, suffer. Last Friday, Kentucky House leaders said they had formed a special committee that will focus specifically on technological issues between now and the end of the year.
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