January 4, 2012
The following sentence was inadvertently omitted from a letter seeking donations for Second Blessing Mission Store, signed by Kenny Book and published Dec. 27: “This food is given out using a referral system using social services agencies or ministers.” The store address is 19 Wainscott Ave. Call Patty Whitt at 749-3357 to make a donation or schedule a pickup.
March 2, 2006
In an article in the Feb. 16 edition of The Jessamine Journal, the newspaper incorrectly reported the age of a person involved in an automobile accident, due to incorrect information furnished to the newspaper by the Jessamine County Sheriff's Office. The newspaper had received a press release which gave the age of the driver, Andrew Stramer, as 18. Stramer is in fact, 17. This was pointed out by his mother, who contacted the paper, and confirmed by a revised press release from the sheriff's office received by the newspaper on Wednesday.
February 5, 2008
Dear Editor, In response to the article on our Suboxone clinic in Danville that was published on Sunday, Feb. 3, I just wanted to clarify one point. The medication for opiate withdrawal does not put the patient into immediate withdrawal. On the first visit, patients are required to be in moderate withdrawal or the medicine could potentially throw them into immediate withdrawal. We thoroughly evaluate the patient by exam and focused historical data to avoid such events. We are proud to offer this unique treatment for such a deadly epidemic.
March 8, 2008
CLARK MIDDLE COUNCIL The Clark Middle School Site-based Decision-making Council will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the school library. CLARIFICATION An item on the Public Record page Feb. 29 said a charge against Mark A. Saporito of Winchester was dismissed, but it didn't say what the charge was. He had been charged with running a stop sign. SPRING FORWARD Daylight-saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday. People should set their clocks forward one hour Saturday night.
April 18, 2008
Remembering our children Students, teachers and friends gathered outside the courthouse yesterday to remember two children who were murdered a year ago: Wesley Mullins and Michaela Watkins. Both murders are still being investigated. For photos and comments from the service, see today's Sun. Bruce Lunsford Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Bruce Lunsford spent the first stop of his "On the Job" tour at East Kentucky Foods in Winchester on Thursday. Crime updates Trial dates have been set for Jesse Patrick and Genne Burgess, accused of assaulting Patrick's 3-week-old son, and for Curtis Reece, who was indicted a year ago for incest.