August 25, 2010
Chester Elwood Aldridge, 70, husband of Shirley Ann Fryman Aldridge, died Sunday. Elwood was born Oct. 23, 1939, in Nicholasville to the late William Chester Aldridge and Willie Ann Ward Aldridge Cooper. He retired from Pat Bryne Printing and was a member of The Lexington Kentucky Racing Pigeon Club and Camp Nelson Baptist Church. Additional survivors are four children, Jenny Aldridge of Midway, Tammy and husband Lon Whitehead and Michele and husband Cleatous Coffey of Nicholasville, and Billy and wife Lynne Hyden of Lexington; 10 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a sister, Betty Goldey; two special nieces, Carol and husband Dennie Williams, and Cheryl and husband Rich Critz, all of Ohio.
October 27, 2008
Lisa Gail Mudd, former roommate and current friend, is making her first ever trip to "The Chester," as I affectionately refer to my new hometown, tonight. So is our friend and fellow Centre alumna Samantha Sue Hatcher, better known in our world as Sammi. The Red Shoe Report's most frequent celebrity guest star is finally going to see the town that made her famous. (OK, maybe not famous, but it IS the town where I live, and that automatically increases the cool factor by, like, a million percent.
August 15, 2007
Chester Franklin Cobb Jr., 55, husband of Amy Jo Cobb, of Vineyard Road, died Aug. 10,. He was a member of Edgewood Baptist Church, an employee of CMC Inc., and a member of the Jessamine County Antique Farm Machinery Association. He was the son of Chester F. Cobb Sr. and the late Elsie Trebolo Cobb, additional survivors include two daughters, Cassity and her husband Michael Newland of Nicholasville, and Lauren Ashley Cobb of Nicholasville, three grandchildren, Victoria Miller, Kelci Newland and Hunter Kidwell, two sisters, Sharon Guy and Pamela and her husband Danny Davidson, nieces and nephews, Rebecca Guy and Haley Sammons, Jarred, Keila and Harley Davidson, a mother-in-law, Irene Moss, brother-in-law and his children, Cecil Moss, Celia and Michael Moss, a sister-in-law, Sara Moss.
April 8, 2009
Lewis Chester Warren 75, husband of Janice Johnson Warren, died Thursday April 2. Chester was born June 20, 1933 in Jessamine County to the late Jasper Milton and Nannie Walker Warren. He was retired from the parks and recreation department of the city-county government, a member of Christ Community Church and was one of the founders of the Jessamine County Adult Softball League. Additional survivors are his three children, Darrell Warren and wife Jodie of Nicholasville, Jeffrey Warren of New York and Angie Keilman and husband Dan of Indiana, six grandchildren, William, Jacob, Danielle, Raven, Amanda and Alex, brother, Herbert Warren of Nicholasville, brother and sister-in-laws, Roger and Rita Johnson of Indiana and Bobby and Carol Routt of Florida and other family members.
January 18, 2013
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Judge Jeff Dotson presiding Jeffery D. Cutter, fourth-degree domestic assault, $100, 90 days, credit for 20 days served, remaining time probated one year. Adam Difrancesco, 27, 647 1/2 Old Shakertown Road, fourth-degree domestic assault, $100, 30 days, consecutively with any other time, credit for two days served, remaining time probated two years James M. Gooch, 19, Kings Mountain, driving under the influence of intoxicants, $200, license suspended 120 days; possession of open alcohol container in vehicle, dismissed.
May 30, 2012
Almeda Duncan Hazlett, 77, of West Chester, Ohio, died Tuesday, May 22. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph R. Hazlett; and sisters, Lois and Elizabeth. Survivors include her children, Kihm Hazlett, Rex Hazlett, Scott (Becky) Hazlett and Mark Hazlett; grandchildren, Lucas, Steven, Eric and Megan Hazlett; sisters, Pauline and Fay; and nieces and nephews. Graveside services were May 25 at West Chester Twp. Cemetery, 6425 West Chester Road. In lieu of flowers, donations made be made to the Hospice of Cincinnati, P.O. Box 633597, Cincinnati, Ohio.
August 23, 2011
Pauline Greene Blair, formerly of Winchester, widow of the late Chester Carl Blair Jr., passed away in Knoxville, Tenn. Arrangements are incomplete with Rolan G. Taylor Funeral Home, 289 S. Main St., Winchester.
August 12, 2003
Top boys golfers A preseason ranking of the area's top high school boys golfers by staff writer Mike Marsee: 1. Ben Fuqua, Danville 2. Blake Jones, Boyle County 3. Dusty Pollard, Boyle County 4. Kyle Hundley, Casey County 5. Adam Montgomery, Lincoln County 6. Josh Chester, Boyle County 7. Jeremy Potts, Danville 8. Will Davis, Mercer County 9. Josh Chester, Boyle County 10. Staton Nesbitt, Danville|8/7/03....
August 7, 2003
A preseason ranking of the area's top high school boys golfers by staff writer Mike Marsee: 1. Ben Fuqua, Danville 2. Blake Jones, Boyle County 3. Dusty Pollard, Boyle County 4. Kyle Hundley, Casey County 5. Adam Montgomery, Lincoln County 6. Josh Chester, Boyle County 7. Jeremy Potts, Danville 8. Will Davis, Mercer County 9. Josh Chester, Boyle County 10. Staton Nesbitt, Danville
October 28, 2004
Dear Editor: Recently, a Mr. Jackson wrote a mean letter about our dear friend, Chester Kavanaugh. We have known Chester since he was a very young man and know him well enough to know that either Mr. Jackson doesn't know Chester or else he is a fine fiction writer who has turned his talents on Chester to see if he can turn a wonderful person into a witch or ghoul for the Halloween season and hold him there until the upcoming election is over....