News Briefs for Nov. 9

November 09, 2004

Casey students, personnel recognized

LIBERTY - Twelve students at Douglas Elementary School were recognized Monday by the Casey County Board of Education for outstanding in academic performance, character and citizenship.

Trophies were presented to Abby Atwood, Nathaniel Blevins, Ben Cochran, Hannah Cochran, Laura Coffman, Zachery Garrett, Ashley Johnson, Damien Lawhorn, Karissa Lynn, Sabrina Monday, Veronica Owens and Katilyn Perez. The board also recognized other schools for best staff and attendance.

The Best Certified Staff award went to Middleburg Elementary; the Best Classified Staff award went to the high school; and the best student attendance award went to Liberty Elementary.


Parksville church plans revival

PARKSVILLE - Parksville Knob Independent Baptist Church will be having a revival at 7 p.m. Wednesday through Friday with different speakers every night.


Danville Cemetery Committee - 5:30 p.m. today at city hall to discuss cost of opening a grave, trash can painting, Hilldale flagpole, maintenance, plantings and cemetery regulation.

Boyle County Board of Education - 6:30 p.m. Thursday for a special meeting at the Boyle County High School Library. Items to be discussed include KISTA funding for buses and pay application for the Allen Co.

Casey County Hospital District Board of Trustees - 7 p.m. today in the hospital conference room. The agenda includes an update on expansion/renovation of the Primary Care Center building by Clay Hoskins and financial report.

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