News Briefs for Oct. 12

October 12, 2004

Garrard will add voting booth

LANCASTER - Garrard County Fiscal Court approved a request for a new voting booth for the Bryantsville precinct Monday night. There was also a motion made to charge a $100 a day late fee for commercial vendors who are late paying their solid waste removal bill. Sharon Graham was appointed deputy dog warden.

Casey High scholars honored

LIBERTY - Three Casey County High School students were recognized Monday by the Board of Education.

Patrick Helm, Andie Dykes and Heather Cundiff, who attended a five-week Governor's Scholars program at Eastern Kentucky University, received medals.

Program tonight on watching carbs

Boyle County Diabetes Coalition will present a free program titled "Carb Watching on Food Labels" at 6 p.m. today at Boyle County Health Department.

The presenter will be Angie Chadwell from Ephraim McDowell Health. The presentation will include a discussion of comparison shopping to get the best "carb" bargains. Light refreshments will be served.


For more information, call Roger Trent or Julie Steber with the health department at (859) 236-2053, Donna Clore with the Boyle County Extension Service at (859) 236-4484, or Rose McKenzie with Ephraim McDowell Health at (859) 239-1610.


The incorrect photo was used with Carol Thompson's obituary in Monday's paper. The photo was of Edith Thompson, whose obituary ran in Sunday's paper.

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