News Briefs for Sept. 26

September 26, 2004

Centre to host Mongiardo

Democrat Dr. Dan Mongiardo, a state senator from Hazard running for U.S. Senate against incumbent Republican Jim Bunning, will speak at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Youngs Hall at Centre College. The public is welcome.

Pedal tractor pull winners

LIBERTY - Winners in the pedal tractor pull Thursday night at the Casey County Apple Festival, listed first through third place, are:

35-45 pounds: Evan Tarter, Sarah Harne and Alissa Davis.

46-55 pounds, Dylan Price, Michael Tucker and Austin Harne.

56-65 pounds, Jake Atwood, Jordon Durham and Santee Atherton.

66-75 pounds, Matthew Daniel, Clint Lynch and Nick Scott.

76-85 pounds, Chris Lee.

Electronic recycling set Friday in Boyle


Used, broken, outdated and unwanted electronics can be brought to the Danville-Boyle County Recycling Center, on the Danville Bypass, 8 a.m. -noon Friday. Only computers, monitors, printers, fax machines and cell phones will be accepted. Schools and businesses can make an appointment. The county has a 20-ton limit for this one-time event. For more information, call 238-1116.

Teen Court comes to order

Orientation for Teen Court begins at 6:30 p.m. Monday on the third floor of the Boyle County Courthouse. All teens ages 13-17 who are interested contact the Teen Court Coordinator Margaret Cofer at (859) 583-0513. For more information, call the Boyle County Family Court at (859) 239-7090.


Danville-Boyle County Parks and Recreation Board - 4 p.m. Wednesday at Danville city hall.

Danville Beautification Committee - 3 p.m. Monday at city hall to discuss flowers for the 2005 growing season, trees and foot bridge in Colonial Heights Park, cemetery committee report and discussion about members not attending regularly.

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