Carolyn Crabtree, president of the Boyle County Genealogical Association, has been doing research on the structure in attempt to date when the house was built.
She thinks it may have been built when Danville was settled in the late 1700s, but others say it may have been built later.
Schools receive forfeiture money
Danville High School and Boyle County High School will benefit from money forfeited after a liquor raid at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Buell-Bragg Post.
Trooper Chris Lanham, spokesman for the Richmond state police post, said both schools will receive a check for $784.50 for their respective Project Graduations. Lanham planned to present the checks today.
Police made an undercover purchase of alcohol at the post Feb. 10, resulting in a charge against Quartermaster Charles Elliott.
When the case was disposed of in court, the judge specified that the proceeds from the forfeiture go to Project Graduation, Lanham said.
Trooper Brandon Curlis investigated the case.
Job Corps to recruit in Danville
A Job Corps admissions counselor will present information on the free vocational and educational training available to youth through Job Corps at 9 a.m. Friday at the Central Kentucky Job Center, 121 E. Broadway. All interested persons are welcome.
The presentation will be followed by a sign-up session for youth who wish to enroll.
For more information about Job Corps or to schedule an appointment at another place and time, call Dahlia Haas at (859) 536-4015.
Hustonville Elementary School Council - 3:30 p.m. today for a called meeting. This meeting replaces the regular meeting scheduled Thursday. The agenda includes a review the latest test scores.