All state and federal offices and most county government offices will be closed for Thanksgiving holiday.
Boyle County Fiscal Court, Road, Animal Shelter and the Recycling Center will be closed Thursday and Friday. The Sheriff's office and all convenience centers will be open on Friday.
Danville city offices and Junction City City Hall will be closed Thursday and Friday.
Most Casey County employees will be off Thursday and Friday, however, the sheriff's department will be open Friday and until noon Saturday. The judge-executive, county clerk, and property valuation administrator's offices, Judicial Center and all offices in City Hall will be closed Thursday and Friday.
In Lancaster, the following offices will close at noon Wednesday and will not reopen until Monday: Courthouse and Annex, County Attorney, Solid Waste, County Road Department, Recycling Center and the Convenience Center.
Garrard Family Court Judge race set
The filing deadline for family court judge in Garrard County will be Aug. 8. The new position will go into effect on July 15, and that is the first day candidates can file for the office.
Garrard then will have one district judge and one family court judge.
Pets available for adoption
Mercer County Humane Society Adoption and Rescue is having an Adoption Day 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday at Tractor Supply, 100 Skywatch Drive in Danville. Several pups and kittens and great adoptable dogs will be available and need a forever home.
Boil water advisory lifted
The City of Crab Orchard Water Department has lifted the boil water advisory for the customers on the following streets: Chestnut, Beech, Cedar, Cherry, Ash and Main. This advisory was due to a recent waterline break that had the potential to allow contamination to enter the water system. All sample testing has come back clean of contaminates and as usual, safe to drink.
Stevens attends circuit court clerks conference
FRANKFORT - Trudy Stevens, circuit court clerk for Boyle County, participated in the 2005 Circuit Court Clerks Fall Conference held in October at the Embassy Suites in Covington. The annual conference, offered by the Administrative Office of the Courts, was designed to enhance customer service and management skills for Kentucky's circuit court clerks. Earlier this year, the clerks celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Kentucky Association of Circuit Court Clerks.
The conference offered sessions on electronic citations and warrants, driver's licensing, probate, the self-represented litigant, criminal indictments, grand jury referral lists and election law issues.