Monday news briefs 1027

October 27, 2003

Honor roll

Students named to the honor roll at Central Kentucky Christian School include:

First grade: All A's, Madison Phillips, Elizabeth Gray and Cass Peavler. A's and B's, Mikey Johnston, Tre Morrison.

Second grade: All A's, Gentry Brown and Alex Bosse.

Third grade: All A's, Reiss Baxter, Matthew Hall, Slade Ransdell, Georgia Skelton and Cierra Southworth. A's and B's, Caleb Hurt and Taylor Schroeder.

Fourth grade: All A's, Luke Bosse and Chase Brown. A's and B's, Cawood Dedman, Zachary Gray and Sarah Harley.

Fifth grade: A's and B's, Carley Day, Hannah Harley and Vaughn Smith.

Sixth and seventh grades: All A's, Emily Miller. A's and B's, Micah Harley and Beth Miller.


Danville City Commission - 5:30 p.m. today at city hall. The agenda includes Ida Lee Willis memorial award, recognize state golf champion Ben Fuqua, introduction of new employees, software contract and presentation, housing authority request, Community Arts Center lease request, Second and Main streets project, marketing plan recommendation, Heart of Danville Board appointment, Third Street development, audit engagement letter, banners on Main street, city manager screening committee update, Veterans Day discussion, water tower contract, East Danville pump station, Wilderness Road planter, manhole raising discussion, Gose Pike sewer, Bluegrass water consortium, fire prevention codes, fire department request, highway safety grant acceptance and zone change.


Boyle Fiscal Court - 7 p.m. Tuesday in the fiscal court meeting room at the courthouse. The agenda includes financial report, compensatory time agreements, E-911 service agreement, September treasurer's report, September financial report, courthouse clock maintenance, library board appointment and sheriff's quarterly update.

Garrard County Memorial Hospital Board - 9 a.m. Wednesday in the hospital conference room for a joint meeting with the Long Term Care Facility Board. Routine business is on the agenda.


A redbud is in bloom at the home of Irvin and Betty Worthington on Worthington Road. The wrong type of tree was mentioned in an article Sunday.|10/27/03***

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