News Briefs for Aug. 2

August 02, 2004

Stanford youth to broadcast weather

STANFORD - Jaden Michael Steberl, 9, has been selected to appear on WKYT-TV 27 Newsfirst in Lexington as a "Future Forecaster."

He entered the statewide contest for children ages 7-12 and was chosen from numerous audition videos to be one of eight children to visit the television station. They will broadcast the weather live with meteorologist Chris Bailey at noon Thursday.

Jaden is the son of Jim and Kathy Steberl of Stanford. He is a grandson of Judy Baker of Lancaster and the late Clifton Baker, Linda Steberl of Springfield and Fred Steberl of Junction City.


Moms to pray for children

Moms in Touch International will pray for children bi-weekly beginning at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Buena Vista Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. The church is at 3381 Kennedy Bridge Road in Lancaster.

DHS Class of 1984 plans reunion

Danville High School Class of 1984 will hold its 20-year reunion Aug. 27-28. Call Mary Ensslin Gross at (859) 748-9142 or Angela Crouch Correll at (859) 749-0821 for more information.


Junction City Railroad Days Committee - 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the community center. The festival will be Aug. 19-22.

Casey Fiscal Court - meeting scheduled tonight has been cancelled.


Kerry Kenley's name was misspelled in a story Sunday about Hilldale Cemetery because of an editing error.

Charles "Pat" Patrick of Harrodsburg is a 1998 graduate of Mercer County High School. The wrong high school was listed in a story Friday about Patrick's observations of the Democratic National Convention..

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