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November 13, 2003

Casey hospital pleased with operation

LIBERTY - Casey County Hospital is off and running well during its first month of operating on its own, according to board Chairman Lonnie Mullins.

"We came out pretty well and are over $2 million in the black," said Mulllins.

He said the Joint Commission on Accreditation For Hospitals will check the hospital today and Friday.

The hospital will get new CAT scan equipment. The hospital board agreed Tuesday to have hospital Administrator Rusty Tungate negotiate with a company for the equipment.

The board also approved bylaws for the hospital and primary care center districts and an employee handbook.

The annual Christmas dinner was set for 6-8:30 p.m. Dec. 9 at Gate Way Park community center.

Register dogs

for Danville parade

Owners of West Highland or Scottie terrier dogs who wish to exhibit their animals in the Danville Christmas Parade in December should register them by Nov. 21. Call Chrissy Sapp at (859) 332-8481 to register.


Masonic Lodge

plans fund-raiser

A bean supper and pie auction will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Masonic Lodge, 400 N. Fourth St. Proceeds will go to the lodge's charitable projects. A donation will be accepted for the bean supper.


Boyle County Fiscal Court - 4:30 p.m. Monday at the courthouse. Real estate agents will meet with the court to discuss changes to the sign ordinances.

Heritage Festival XI planning committee - 5 p.m. Sunday, 350 Harberson Lane. Everyone is welcome; RSVP required. Call (859) 236-8209.

Junction City Council - 7 p.m. today at City Hall. The agenda includes appointment to the Boyle County Community Development Council, Stuart Powell sewerage request, removal of trees at the cemetery, and Christmas with Santa.

Lincoln County Fiscal Court - meeting has been moved from today to 9 a.m. Friday in the old Kentucky Utilitie s building. |None***

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