November 6, 2008
Mary Belle Lawson, 65, of Moreland, died Tuesday, Nov. 3. A native of Boyle County, she was born May 17, 1943 to the late William Barkley and Myrtle Smith Leathers. She was a homemaker and a member of Moreland First Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, David Lawson of Moreland; one son, David (Gwen) Lawson, Jr. of Moreland; one daughter: Gina (Don) Meade of Moreland; four grandchildren, David (Rebecca) Meade, Mary (Rob) Sarver, Kassie (Kris) Branham, and Chad Lawson; a great grandson, Caleb Meade; and mother-in-law, Faye Lawson.
September 23, 2009
Harold and Judy Kirkland of Wilmore are proud to announce the engagement of their oldest daughter, Ann Marie Kirkland to Chad Michael Nipp, son of the Rev. William and Penny Nipp of Nicholasville. The bride to be is a 2004 graduate of West Jessamine High School and is currently employed at Paul Miller Ford. The groom to be is a 2003 graduate of East Jessamine High School and is currently employed at Kentucky Marble and Granite. Chad proposed to Ann on Valentines Day during a romantic trip to the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville after dating for five years.
May 17, 2006
LIBERTY - Holly M. Irwin, 20, of 1091 Halon Young Road, was charged Saturday with reckless driving and driving under the influence of intoxicants, second offense, police said. Deputy Sheriff Chad Weddle reported he stopped the Irwin vehicle after it crossed the center line on East Ky. 70 in the city limits. She allegedly admitted to smoking marijuana prior to the traffic stop.
March 14, 2006
LIBERTY - Benson L. Spears, 33, of 280 Fair St. was charged Sunday with third offense driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and first offense driving a vehicle while license suspended for DUI, police said. Spears was arrested on Bowman Trail two miles east of here by Deputy Sheriff Chad Weddle. Spears refused to have blood and urine tests.
May 17, 2006
LIBERTY - Billy D. Thacker, 42, of Shelbiana, was charged after he was involved in a traffic accident Friday on U.S. 127, police said. He was charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants/drugs (aggravated circumstances, third offense) and driving while license is suspended for DUI, according to a report by Deputy Sheriff Chad Weddle. Details of the crash were not available.
August 12, 2011
Report - On Thursday, Chad Rogers of 1000 Chandaland reported that someone stole several tools from his business between May 1 and May 11. The stolen property included a Craftsman circular saw, a Craftsman drill, two Craftsman torque wrenches, two Dewalt angle grinders, an IR impact and a master mechanic nut drive and drill bits.
November 20, 2006
Stolen truck recovered in Somerset LIBERTY - A 1990 1-ton truck that was stolen in October from Kerry Cundiff of Liberty has been recovered in Pulaski County, said Deputy Sheriff Chad Weddle. The vehicle was stolen Oct. 26 while parked at Cundiff Steel on U.S. 127 North. The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department said the vehicle was burned. Window broken in Casey residence LIBERTY - Authorities are investigating a criminal mischief report of a broken window at the Glenna Mills residence on Poplar Hill Road.
May 30, 2008
Fourth grade All A's: Tiffany Harper and Dakota Mullins. A's and B's: Chad Cairo, Bryon Railey, Dakota Stringfield, Katie Best and Hope McCowan. Fifth grade All A's: Danielle Anderson, Hannah Contini, Tanner Estes, Kim Lambert, Maizie Schwarz, Ian Scott, Savannah Sheene, Alison Bolling, Tanisha Bruce, Jalen Daugherty, Sydney Mullins and Bradley Turner. A's and B's: Katelyn Caudill, Darbi Dinsmore, Candy Gonzalez, Veronica Gonzalez, Aron Hawkins, John Knight and Chyanne Shannon.
February 19, 2008
Photo submittedBlake Browning, left, recently completed his Eagle Scout project, which was the installation of a flag pole at the new Kroger Youth Soccer Complex being constructed on Van Meter Road. Helping Browning with the project were, second from left, Tony Schwab, Chad Griffith, Jansen Browning, Cal McGrath, Reece Glenn, Casey McGrath, Jeff Browning and Clay Rose, Troop 56 leader. The new 28-acre six-field complex will be ready for soccer action this fall.