Monday news briefs 1215

December 15, 2003

Casey schools get state tech money

LIBERTY - Casey County Board of Education has accepted an offer of $21,338 from the state School Facilities Construction Commission to be matched up to three years.

The money will be used for technology education programs.

In personnel matters, the board heard that middle school teacher Bennett Williams has been granted a medical disability retirement and that Rachel Taylor has resigned as volleyball coach.

Julie Hayes has been hired as an extended school services instructional aide, according to Superintendent Linda Hatter's report.


Boyle County Fiscal Court - 10 a.m. Tuesday to honor the Danville and Boyle County high school football teams for winning their respective state titles.


Danville Board of Education - 7 p.m. today at Jennie Rogers Elementary School. The agenda includes discussion of Centre College's dramatic arts contract with the district and a radio communications contract with the district. To make arrangements for the meeting to be intepreted for the deaf, call (859) 238-1300.

Liberty Planning Commission/Board of Adjustment - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall. The board will review a building permit issued to Earnest Murphy.

Casey Fiscal Court - 5 p.m. today at Casey County Courthouse. The agenda includes routine business.

Boyle Republicans plan Christmas reception

The Boyle County Republican Party will have a Christmas reception from 5:30 -7:30 p.m. Thursday at Grayson's Tavern on Constitution Square. The Republican nominee, Alice Forgy Kerr, for the 6th District U.S. House special election has been invited.

Not the same person

In a recent story about Michael Hays' marijuana farming operation in Gravel Switch, a witness at a trial referred to a person named Travis Lanham as someone who had worked at the farm. The Travis Lanham referred to was not Travis W. Lanham of 256 N. Spalding Ave. in Lebanon.|None***

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