Sunday News Briefs 021504

February 16, 2004

By the numbers

The "What if all of Danville/Boyle County reads the same book?" committee has set up a phone number for people to register themselves, their classes or their groups who have read "Buffalo Dance: The Journey of York." The number is (859) 238-5227; follow the prompts. The next meeting of the "What if all of Danville/Boyle County reads the same book?" committee will be 3 p.m. March 10 in the Pottinger room at Old Centre.

McDowell Health will offer

free glucose screenings

Ephraim McDowell Health is offering free glucose screenings 9-11 a.m. March 2 at MedSource, 326 West Walnut St., adjacent to the hospital. Appointments are not necessary.

These free glucose screenings consist of a finger stick to test the individual's blood sugar levels, which can indicate if an individual has diabetes or is at risk of developing diabetes.



Boyle County Board of Education - 7 .m. Thursday at Boyle County High School. Items on the agenda include architect selection update, fuel bids, construction updates and consent items.

Kentucky School for the Deaf Facilities Plan Committee - 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in Brady Hall on the KSD campus.

Lincoln Board of Education - 6 p.m. Wednesday at central office. Items on the agenda include determination of attendance area for proposed Kings Mountain Middle School and reconsider hearing officer report on local facility plan.


A story in The Advocate-Messenger Thursday incorrectly reported Brookside Middle School's total points in Governor's Cup competition. The school had 17 points.


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