News Briefs for Oct. 25

October 25, 2004

Flu shots available in Boyle

Boyle County Health Department will continue its flu shot clinic today for Boyle County residents who are in one of the following high risk groups: adults 65 and older, persons 2-64 years with underlying chronic medical conditions (must bring physician's statement or medical record to document condition), or pregnant women.

The cost is $17. Bring Medicare cards, medical cards, identification and proof of Boyle County residence. Medicare and Medicaid will cover the cost for those with this coverage. Shots will be given to priority groups until the supply is exhausted. For more information, call (859) 236-2053.

Chandler to spend election night in area

Congressman Ben Chandler will spend election night Nov. 2 in Boyle, Mercer and Lincoln counties, with his re-election campaign hosting community potluck dinners in Danville, Harrodsburg and Stanford.


"When I was elected to Congress in February, I promised the voters that I would be a congressman for all 16 counties," said Chandler. "We spent that election night in Madison County, and I want to spend this election night with those in the southern part of the district. And, if I'm fortunate enough to be re-elected, I will spend the 2006 election night in other counties."

The schedule is:

Stanford: 5-7 p.m. at Kentucky Depot Restaurant, 119 Metker Trail. Chandler will arrive about 5 p.m. The campaign will provide fried chicken and beverages. Members of the public are asked to bring a side entre or salad.

Danville: 6:15-9 p.m. at Centenary Methodist Church Life Center, 1141 Perryville Road. Chandler will arrive about 6:30 p.m. The campaign will provide the main course and beverages. Guests should bring a side entre or salad.

Harrodsburg: 6-9 p.m. at Young's Park on Linden Avenue. Chandler will arrive about 8 p.m. The campaign will provide the entire country ham dinner.

Kings Mountain honor roll

KINGS MOUNTAIN - Students named to the honor roll at Kings Mountain Memorial Elementary School for the first nine weeks include:

Fourth grade: all A's, Paige Yocum; A's and B's, Andrea Bunch, Kaylinn Clarkson, Barbara Harris, Deidra Hogue, BreyAnna Hoover, Jacob Sheets, and Janice Stull.

Fifth grade: all A's, Erika Combs and Kaleb Sims; A's and B's, Makayla Carrier, Heather Gill, and Kayla Knisely.

Sixth grade: A's and B's, Holly Denney, Kristen Harris, Brandi Jones and Victoria Smith.


A civil judgment in the Boyle County public record Sunday should have been worded as follows:

Brenda M. Peters and Martin T. Peters, joint petitioners, divorce granted.

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