March 28, 2013
Kim Elliott has been named a Loan Officer with the Danville office of Central Kentucky Ag Credit. She is continuing a 22-year career with the cooperative. Elliott started her career at the Stanford Ag Credit office, where she worked for two years. Since then she has worked at the Danville Ag Credit office, most recently serving as a loan specialist. She has a rich background in rural loan activity, and has worked extensively with Ag Credit member-borrowers in Boyle, Mercer, and surrounding counties.
May 23, 2012
Carol Wells Cox Haney, 70, mother of Deborah and husband Terry Rhodes, Donna and husband Bill McFreely, Robert B. Cox Jr., and Jason Cox, died Friday, May 11. She was the daughter of Otis Wells and the late Eula Mae Wells, a retired employee of Square D and member of Clays Mill Baptist Church. Other survivors include four sisters; three brothers; and six grandchildren, Jacklyn, Travis, Angel, Zachary, Ariel and Tara. Her remembrance ceremony was May 15 at Hager & Cundiff Funeral Home, and visitation was on Tuesday, May 14. Burial was in Three Links on the family farm.
March 14, 2012
March 14, 1987 The George Rogers Clark Lady Cardinals continue play in the 10th Region basketball tournament this afternoon in Paris. Clark, the region's top-ranked team, will face second-ranked Mason County about 2:30 p.m. at Bourbon County High School in the tournament's semi-finals. In the day's opening game, host Bourbon will face Bracken County at 1 p.m. The Future Business Leaders of America officer and members of the month for February were announced this week at George Rogers Clark High School.
March 7, 2012
Lonnie James King, 88, of Stanwood, Wash., passed away Friday, Jan. 27, at his home. Born Oct. 21, 1923, Lonnie was a son of the late Everett Bradley and Gletha (Bastin) King in Hustonville, Ky. He was raised during the depression and worked on the family farm until joining the United States Navy. He served during World War II as a motor mechanic on a destroyer escort, the USS Wesson DE-184, in the South Pacific. Lonnie worked his entire life as a mechanic in Chicago, Ill.,, Phoenix, Ariz., and for Twin City Foods in Stanwood, Wash.
February 20, 2012
In honor of President's Day, meet Jody A. Lassiter, president and chief executive officer at the Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership. Lassiter laughed when asked to be featured today, deferring to a few other area “presidents.” He would know all the other presidents in town. If there is one thing Lassiter knows about Danville and Boyle County, it is everything. Lassiter came to the EDP in 2007. He and his wife of 15 years, Kelley, live in the Old Bridge community with their two children, Jacob, 11, and Alana, 9. Lassiter is a Kentucky man, born and bred.
February 1, 2012
Raymond “Ray” Gregory Webb, 58, of Nicholasville died unexpectedly in his home on Thursday, Dec. 8. He was born March 31, 1953, in Floyd County. He was the son of the late Thomas Jackson Webb and of the late Elsie Mae Simpson Webb. He is survived by his loving wife, Elizabeth “Beth” Francis Rogers Webb; their son, Seth Thomas Webb, 11; her son, Matthew Bowman Brewer; and his son, Ryan Gregory Webb. His son Robyn Lee Webb and a sister, Linda Webb, preceded him in death. Additional survivors include brothers Tom Webb, Chuck and wife Carol Webb, David “Red” and wife Kathy Webb; sisters Penny Webb Hassfurther, Dawn and husband David Harrison, Jeannie and husband Roy Labheart; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and close friends.
June 20, 2011
Harlan McIntosh, 88, passed away at 6:50 p.m. Saturday, June 18. Harlan was born in Breathitt County on Feb. 6, 1923. He was the son of Bill and Georgia Ann Morris McIntosh, also of Breathitt County. Harlan was residing at Fountain Circle Health and Rehabilitation when the Lord called him home. Harlan was married to Clara Spicer in Jackson and worked in the coal mines starting at a very young age. He and Clara moved to Clark County in the 1950s and he worked as a tenant farmer for several families in the Boonesboro Road area.
February 3, 2011
Charles William Foley, 67, of Danville, formerly of Winchester and Louisville, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 1, at Haggin Hospital in Harrodsburg. Born May 31, 1943, in Louisville, he was a son of the late Charles Watson and Violet Ecton Foley. Bill, as he was known by many, was a retired consultant. He also was a former employee for the Joseph Griffin Company in Louisville, which was a trade show and convention company. Chuck, as he was also known by many, worked in the family Jerry’s Restaurant business as a manager in his early years.
December 28, 2010
Scott named director of laboratory services Rick Scott has been named to the position of director of Laboratory Services at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Scott has been employed at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center since 1991. During his career at Ephraim McDowell he has served as a lab technician, lab facilitator and lab manager. He earned an associate’s degree and bachelor’s degree in medical technology from the University of Kentucky.