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February 10, 2004

Police seek citizens for academy

Danville Police Department is taking applications for the spring session of the Danville Police Citizen's Academy.

Applicants must be 21 years or older and live or work in Boyle County. Applicants will be subjected to a background check.

Participants are expected to attend all class sessions, which will be 6:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays for 10 weeks, starting March 16. Classes will be held at various sites in Boyle County.

The academy is free, and class size is limited. Applications are available at the police station or on the Web site Return applications to Danville Police Department, 410 W. Main St., Danville 40422. For information, call Captain Larry Roberts at (859) 238-1224.


Fire department plans fund-raiser

WAYNESBURG - Waynesburg Fire Department will have a portrait fund-raiser. Anyone contributing $10 or more will receive an 8- by 10-inch portrait. Photos will be taken March 13 and 14 at the fire department.


Boyle County Board of Education - 5 p.m. Thursday in the high school library. The agenda for the special meeting includes an expulsion hearing, discussion of overnight, out-of-state field trips, and a working session to review architects.

Casey Hospital Board of Directors and the District Corporation - 7 p.m. today in the hospital conference room. The agenda includes a review of the financial statement, update on CT scanner, and discussion of expansion and renovation of the Primary Care Center. An executive session also is included.


Customers of Farmers National Bank may open checking or savings accounts at the bank's Burgin Express or East Main Express locations in addition to any of the bank's full-service locations. The express locations were omitted from a description of the bank's services in a story Sunday. Also, the story incorrectly carried a Harrodsburg dateline. The bank is headquartered in Danville.|2/10/04***

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