Wednesday news briefs 0114

January 14, 2004

Roads to be repaved in Lincoln

STANFORD - The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet said Tuesday several local roads are scheduled to be repaved in Lincoln County through the state's rural secondary program. They include Hubble, South Fork and Ottenheim roads.

Hubble Road will be repaved from the corner of U.S. 150 to the junction of Ky. 590. South Fork Road will be repaved from the junction of Ky. 698 to the junction of Ky. 501. Ottenheim Road will be repaved from Ky. 1781 to the junction of U.S. 150.

The work will be contracted out. No construction deadline has been set.

LCHS plans financial aid workshop

STANFORD - Financial Aid Night for Lincoln County High School seniors and their parents is planned for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the high school library. The informative workshop is sponsored by the school guidance department, Educational Talent Search and Eastern Kentucky University financial aid office.


A representative from EKU will be present to go over the FAFSA application, a financial aid form most seniors who plan to continue their education have to fill out.

For information, call the guidance department at (606) 365-9111.

Casey hires math teacher

LIBERTY - Jessica E. Rodges was hired as math teacher at Casey County Middle School, according to Superintendent Linda Hatter's report to the Board of Education Monday.

Linda Gosser was named cook at the high school; the resignation of Lanna McAninch, middle school teacher, was accepted; and Jennifer Peavey and Charissa Arms were granted continuing contracts.


Democratic Women's Club - 7 p.m. Thursday at Western Sizzlin'. Dinner at 6:15 p.m.

Boyle Middle School council - 3:30 p.m. Thursday in the school library.|None***

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