July 30, 2008
July 30, 1983 A book on Winchester's Homer Ledford, originally scheduled to be released this year, will be released after Jan. 1. Betty Mastin, marketing director for the University Press of Kentucky, said "Dulcimer Maker: The Craft of Homer Ledford" by R. Gerald Alvey will be published in early 1984. Ledford has gained fame for his dulcimer craftsmanship. The Open Western Horse Show at the Clark County Fair drew 143 entries in the 12 classes Saturday night at the Clark County Fairgrounds on the Iron Works Road.
June 6, 2004
Hogue-Nowac Monica Danielle Hogue and Gary John Nowac Jr. were married May 16 at the Georgian Manor, Hocking Hills, Ohio, by B.J. King. The bride is the daughter of Skip and Rebecca Hogue of Danville. She is a 1997 graduate of Danville High School and a 2001 graduate of Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, with a bachelor's degree in electronic media. She is employed by Pavetech International as marketing director. The groom is the son of Betty Jane Nowac of Leroy, Ohio, and Gary and Anita Nowac of Chardon, Ohio.
May 2, 2008
Mr. Tom Halliwell of Foster, R. I., and Ms. Kathy Halliwell of Brunswick, Ga., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Erin Halliwell, to Christopher Crady, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael McCall of Millersburg, Ky. Miss Halliwell is a graduate of St. Lawrence University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and later completed her Master of Arts in Media Communications from Webster University. She is the marketing director of the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association in Lexington.
March 19, 2009
Winchester woman named marketing director at Paul Davis Restoration Crystal Mahanes from Winchester has joined Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling of Lexington as the company's marketing director. Mahanes will be responsible for sharing Paul Davis Restoration's emergency mitigation, restoration and remodeling services with insurance agents, adjusters and property owners in Fayette, Jessamine, Woodford, Scott, Madison, Garrard, Boyle, Mercer, Franklin and Anderson counties.
November 1, 2004
NEWBURGH, Ind. - Linda Sue Ludlam Pass, 44, of Newburgh, formerly of Danville, died at her home Friday from complications of breast cancer. She was a former reporter for The Advocate-Messenger Inc. and had worked at the Evansville Courier and was marketing director for Action Pest Control. She was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church where she was a member of the Elizabeth Ministry. She also was a member of Daughters of the King Bible Study. She was a graduate of Boyle County High School in Danville and had attended Kentucky Wesleyan College.
June 21, 2012
Youth softball teams from around the state will come to Winchester next month to compete in the Little League State Softball Tournament at Lykins Park. The tournament will run from July 7 to 12, said Jennifer Miles, director of softball operations for the Winchester Little League Board, during a recent Winchester-Clark County Tourism Commission meeting. “We believe based on the number of teams and people that'll be here, we'll be bringing in about 250 people from out of the area,” Miles said.
January 21, 2012
Heart of Kentucky United Way announced Friday that it has hired two people to fill leadership positions at the non-profit organization serving Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln, and Mercer counties. Stephanie Blevins of Danville is the local United Way's new chief operating officer. She is second in command and reports to Executive Director Janie Pass. She will be responsible for all aspects of the organization's internal operations including marketing, human resources, information technology and financial management.
September 20, 2011
Stuart Powell welcomes new body shop manager Brian McQueary brings 21 years of experience to Stuart Powell in repair of all makes and models. During that time, McQueary gained six years of experience as an insurance adjuster, and is I-CAR Platinum Certified, which means he has achieved a high level of technical training through I-CAR, Industry Training Alliance partners, and Academic Alliance partners. McQueary will offer free estimates and lifetime warranties on workmanship as long as you own the vehicle we've repaired.
November 11, 2010
For the second year, a local program that lets kids at Wilderness Trace Child Development Center reach out and touch animals is helping bring some of the hardest to reach kids out of their shells. On Wednesday, the staff at Heartland Veterinary Hospital in Danville brought a menagerie of furry, slithery and spiky creatures as part of a volunteer engagement facilitated by Heart of Kentucky United Way. About half of the 50 kids at the center, which serves children up to age 5 with and without disabilities, got the chance to handle dogs, cats, snakes and hedgehogs.