Tuesday news briefs 033004

March 30, 2004

Plan for federal agencies open for viewing

The annual plan for the Urban Renewal and Community Development agencies for Section 8 is available for review during normal business hours at the office, 201 W. Walnut St.

A public hearing to discuss the plan will be 2 p.m. April 9 at the office. Call (859) 236-0039 for more information.

Boyle schools to dismiss early Wednesday

All Boyle County schools will dismiss two hours early Wednesday to enable teachers to work together on issues that impact student learning. This will be the last early dismissal for the school year.


EKU Danville to host open house

Eastern Kentucky University's Danville Center will host an open house from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday to spotlight careers that are available with a social work degree in neighboring communities. EKU's four-year degree in social work will soon be available completely at the Danville Center.


McKinney Elementary School council - 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at the school, special meeting to approve budget and CSIP revisions.


Performances of DramaCentre's production of "The Cocoanuts" will be April 28-May 1. The Advocate was not notified of the scheduling change until after press time. Information was incorrect on Page E10 of Sunday's newspaper.

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A story in Sunday's paper about Joseph Wilson's brief escape from police incorrectly listed his address. Wilson does not live at 885 Goshen Road.

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Andrea Roy's last name was incorrect in a child support suit listed in Sunday's Lincoln County circuit court news.


A news brief Monday about the Ten Commandments marker to be placed south of Stanford incorrectly listed admission. Admission to the bluegrass concert is free. Carriage rides will cost $3 for children and $5 for adults. Also, Hopkins and Sons have been scheduled to play at the concert. Their name was incorrectly spelled.

The Advocate-Messenger corrects all significant errors that are brought to the editors' attention. If you think we have made such an error, please call our newsroom at (859) 236-2551 or 1-800-428-0409 after 8 a.m. Monday through Saturday.|3/30/04|***

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