December 22, 2010
Benny J. Kidd, 72, husband of the late Lucille Kidd passed away Monday morning at 8:18 a.m. at his home. Mr. Kidd was the son of the late Charles Brack Kidd and Nettie Jane Couch. He was a native of Beattyville and a self-employed floor refinisher. He was a member of Ark of Mercy. Additional survivors include, four sons and four daughters-in-law, Randy (Kelly) Kidd of Winchester, Bill (Kimberly) Kidd of Lexington, Donnie (Betty) Redmon of Lexington, and Ronnie (Terry) Redmon of Lawrenceburg; two daughters and one son-in-law, Polly (Jimmy)
October 29, 2007
Calvary Christian Church, 15 Redwing Drive was the scene at 3 p.m. Saturday, July 7, of the marriage of Marilyn Hall and John Burns. Gordon Smith was the officiating minister. The bride is the daughter of Roy Shuler of Beattyville and Isabelle Shuler of Winchester. Mr. Burns is the son of the late William Kenny and Jo Ellen Burns. The bride was given in marriage by her sons, Matthew Earl Hall and Tyler Andrew Hall. Lois Bailey of Winchester was her sister's maid of honor with Lisa Smith of Clay City as bridesmaid.
November 3, 2011
Accidents - At 8:26 p.m. Wednesday, deputies responded to an injury accident on Iron Works Road in which a bus driven by Christopher Campbell St. of Shively had just entered Clark County and went off the right edge of the road. The bus continued along the shoulder before it dropped off the embankment and overturned. Campbell was transported to Clark Regional Medical Center with unspecified injuries. No one else was on the bus. - At 7:35 a.m. Tuesday, deputies responded to an injury accident on Bypass Road in which Donna D. McDonald of 115 Augusta Drive was turning left onto the westbound Interstate 64 on ramp when she was struck by a truck, driven by James P. Napier of Beattyville.
July 23, 2007
July 23, 1982 Jerry Bordes, fuel department manager at East Kentucky Power Cooperative, has been selected to serve on the TAC Fuel Supply Committee. Delegates from Communications Workers of America Local 10321 attended the union's 44th annual convention in Detroit last week. Attending from Local 10321 were Ted Bilbrey, Joe Myers, Dan Murtha and Nancey Moore. The local headquarters in Winchester serves 472 members in Winchester, Mount Sterling, Richmond, Stanton, Beattyville, Jackson, Paris, Cynthiana, Carlisle and Maysville.
September 17, 2009
WINCHESTER POLICE Charged ? Judy Potter, 41, of Beattyville, was charged Wednesday with theft by unlawful taking under $500. Report ? At 11:33 a.m. Wednesday, Timothy Snow of 6067 Old Boonesboro Road reported that a tree limb fell on his minivan as he drove down Hood Avenue. No one was injured, and the property owner, Kelly goff of 10 Northern Ave., did not have homeowners insurance. CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF Charged ? Derrick Miller, 41, of Lexington, was charged Wednesday with two counts of theft by deception.
February 6, 2011
Charged — Gregory M. Miller, 47, of Lexington, was charged Friday with theft by deception and theft by unlawful taking under $500. — Michael McIntosh, 36, of Beattyville, was charged Saturday with endangering the welfare of a minor. Reports — At 8:40 a.m. Wednesday, James Collins of 68 Hillcrest Drive reported that someone entered his unlocked vehicle and took gift cards, a wallet and a pair of sunglasses. — At 8 p.m. Sunday, Misty A. Williams of 167 Ecton Road reported that someone opened a Facebook account using her identity.
October 10, 2007
The annual Stone reunion was held Sunday, Sept. 30, with the following present:Out-of -state: Annie Skidmore of Cocoa Beach, Fla., James J. Stone of Clearwater, Fla., Rose Holcomb of Glenwood, Ind., Rich Richardson and Debbie of Indianapolis, Ind., Glen and Christeen Richardson and Lewis and Kathy Richardson, all of Franklin, Ind.; Elmer and Loretta Blackwell of Miamisburg, Ohio and Doretta Sexton of Brookville, Ohio. Attending from around Kentucky were Bonnie and Dorothy Stone of Louisville, James M. Stone, Jaime Muncie, Jamie and Misha Brown, all of Lexington; Gene Stone, Gertrude Scrivner of Richmond; Alissa Taylor of Berea; Eddie Moore, Mary Poole and Bertha Wiseman of Winchester; Richard Hargrove of Beattyville; Jessica McIntosh-Rogers, Brennan Rogers, Caleb Rogers, Jeremy Murphy and Dylan G. of Stanton; Christopher Stone, Bill Smyth, James and Sue Rogers, Sarah V. Stone and James R. Stone, all of Clay City; Pauline and Larry Muncie, Earl and Ann Blackwell, Marvin Cooper, Jerry and Cynthia Townsend, Cale Wilson, Carson Wilson, Ed and Kathy Puckett, Bonnie and Lloyd Stone, Elva and Mildred Snowden, Raymond, Shurla and Lindsey Cooper, Kristie Hunt, Earl and Wanda Stone, Hannah Patrick, Margie Stamper, Wendell Stamper, Kenneth Stamperand Gene and Christine Cooper, all of Irvine.
April 21, 2011
Albert Lee Robinson, 75, of Stanton, formerly of Winchester, passed away at 7:10 a.m. Tuesday, April 19, at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. A native of Wolfe County, he was the son of the late William T. Robinson and the late Lola Barnett Robinson Thomas; and was a retired construction worker. Survivors include three sons, Kenny Robinson, Andrew Miller and Matthew Miller, all of Winchester; four daughters, Trish (Jack) Forman of Beattyville, Towonna (David) Oney of Jeffersonville, Amanda Miller and Ava Robinson of Winchester; 12 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Nettie Davis and Mae Caudill of Winchester and Nora Martin of Florida; and several nieces and nephews.
December 29, 2005
Kentucky State Police have released a forensic sketch of a sniper who killed a motorist in Lee County. Steven Crowe was a passenger in a vehicle on Ky. 52, nine miles west of Beattyville, about 12:30 a.m. Dec. 7, when a bullet passed through the vehicle and struck him in the torso. According to the driver of the vehicle, a late 1990s, light blue Chevrolet Cavalier two-door car, had followed them for several miles with its high beam headlights on. It then began to tailgate them until passing them.
March 24, 2011
Tamara Lynn Browning, 28, wife of Shane Browning, passed away at 2:07 a.m. Wednesday, March 23, at her home. A native of Fayette County, she was the daughter of Shyra Wise Smith of Winchester and the late Earl Griffin. Tamara was a cosmetologist and attended Calvary Christian Church. Additional survivors include her stepfather, Daniel Smith of Winchester; a son, Skyler Newkirk; a daughter, Jaydin Browning; two sisters, Heather Bailey of Winchester and Jessica Smith of Florida; paternal grandmother, Betty Cooper of Beattyville; a nephew, Tyee Bailey; and a number of aunts, uncles and cousins.