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October 29, 2008
Veterans Day Assembly on tap Danville High School will host its second annual Veterans Day Assembly on Nov. 11. Breakfast will be at 8:45 a.m. in the cafeteria followed by an assembly for local veterans at 9:30 a.m. in Gravely Hall The guest speaker will be DHS graduate Gen. Howard Hunt. The assembly will include a dedication ceremony for a U.S. flag that flew over Baghdad, donated by another DHS graduate and veteran. Boyle County veterans also will be recognized and veterans are encouraged to attend.
January 17, 2005
Two killed in traffic crash SPRINGFIELD - Two Washington County men died and two others were injured at 2:15 a.m. Sunday in a one-vehicle crash on Ky. 152 3.9 miles west of here, state police said. Charles A. Buckley, 40, of Springfield, was pronounced dead at the scene, and Andrew K. Clements, 35, of Springfield, died while being flown to the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center, according to Trooper Dewayne Holder. Gary L. Settles, 38, of Willisburg, and Johnny A. Baker, 29, of Mackville, were flown to the University of Louisville Hospital for treatment.
May 4, 2008
Ephraim McDowell April 22: A girl, Loralee Faith, to Bethany Crain of Mackville. A girl, Cheyenne Destiny, to Marsha Rayborn of Stanford. April 23: A girl, Chloe Lynn, to Chandra Moberly of Harrodsburg. A girl, Addyison Claire, to Bethany Poff of Liberty. April 24: A girl, Alexandra Lilly, to Jacqueline Parshall of Danville. April 25: A boy, Jayden Keightley, to Kayla and Joshua Flora of Danville. A boy, Davin Ray, to Kristia and Corey Gosser of Stanford. A girl, Kendra Olivia, to Amanda and Joshua Randolph of Liberty.
November 7, 2004
Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Oct. 23: A boy, Clayton Arnold, to Cari Arnold of Mackville. Oct. 25: A boy, Chandler Dalton Drew, to Marsha Hale of Liberty. Oct. 26: A daughter, Emily Michell, to Yesenia and Jorge Censo of Danville. Oct. 27: A daughter, Bayleigh, to Joanne and Jeff Bennett of Stanford. A daughter, Riley Marie, to Christine and John Travis Johnson of Harrodsburg. Oct. 28: A daughter, Karis Deshay, to Rachyl and Darin Cundiff of Liberty.
January 18, 2006
PERRYVILLE - Gov. Ernie Fletcher will be at Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site on Mackville Road 12:30 p.m. Friday to make an announcement concerning the 2006 re-enactment of the Battle of Perryville. A reception will follow at the museum. Officials with the Danville-Boyle County Convention and Visitors Bureau, state Department of Parks and Commerce Cabinet, governor's office and Perryville Battlefield Preservation Association will be on hand for the announcement. The Perryville Battlefield Commission will meet at 9:30 a.m. Friday in the Civil War Hall at Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site.
April 5, 2011
My name is Donna, and I’m writing this letter to let everyone know how much Tony, my husband, and I appreciated everything that was done for us. On Feb. 26, Farmers National Bank, Perryville branch, sponsored a benefit auction for me to help with medical bills and such. I was diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer. It has truly been a blessing to know how many people care about us. I want to thank everyone who worked so hard before and during the benefit and for their donations.
March 15, 2007
Dear Editor, Roger D. Bowman says President Bush has lied to us. President Bush has not lied to us. Bowman says President Bush has attacked our civil liberties. President Bush has not. Bowman cannot point to one civil liberty he has lost due to anything President Bush has done. Bowman says President Bush has assaulted our Constitution. President Bush has done nothing of the kind. Seems to me that President Bush and Vice-President Cheney are about the only people in Washington who care about our Constitution.
BRENDA S. EDWARDS | December 24, 2007
DEEP CREEK - When Arthur and Juanita Bottom opened a country store in the 1950s in this rural community between Perryville and Mackville business was booming and prices were reasonable. "We sold gasoline for years, but we can't keep up with the prices anymore," said Arthur Bottom. "We quit selling gas when the prices kept going up and down. " One of few country stores in this area, Bottom's Store sells a lot of dog and cat food, and snacks, soft drinks and sandwiches when farmers drop by, Juanita said.
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