News Briefs for Nov. 19

November 19, 2004

Praise service set

Cornerstone Assembly of God will host a Thanksgiving Eve "Touching Heaven" worship service - one hour of praise worship and seeking God, led by worship leaders from Australia - at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Flu shots available in Boyle

Boyle County Health Department is continuing its flu shot clinics that will now be open to anyone wanting a vaccination until the supply is exhausted. Shots cost $17.

Medicare and Medicaid will cover the cost for those with coverage. The information was incorrect in Thursday's paper, due to a reporter's error. For more information, call the health department at (859) 236-2053.


Free Internet class offered

Danville Adult Education and Literacy Center will hold a basic Internet class from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Nov. 29 in room 208 of Danville High School. The class is free and open to the public. For more information, call (859) 238-1303 before Monday.

Dotson attends annual district judges' college

District Judge Jeff Dotson, who serves Boyle and Mercer counties, took part in the 2004 District Judges' Judicial College offered by the Kentucky Court of Justice for judges throughout the state in October at Embassy Suites in Covington.

"District judges handle busy dockets and a wide variety of cases," said Susan Johnson, president of the Kentucky District Judges' Association and chief regional district judge for Johnson, Lawrence and Martin counties. "The Court of Justice offers continuing education on the latest legislation, practices and procedures to help district judges provide thoughtful, well-informed decisions to the citizens they serve."

The program focused on topics of interest to new and experienced district judges. Kentucky judges and court officials presented sessions on domestic violence and emergency protective orders; guardianship; updates on case law, DUI cases and new legislation; burden of proof; search warrants; search and seizure issues; and uniform jury instruction.

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