August 25, 2010
Andrew Bentz of Nicholasville received a bachelor’s degree in pastoral ministry from Spring Arbor University during commencement exercises Saturday, May 15. Spring Arbor University is a private, four-year, Christian liberal-arts university located 8 miles west of Jackson, Mich. With a total enrollment around 4,000, the university is affiliated with the Free Methodist Church of North America and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
April 1, 2007
Danville's Bani Diaz took third place in the Collegiate Freestyle Tournament and lost both matches in the High School Folkstyle Tournament on Saturday at the United States Girls Wrestling Association National Championship in Livonia, Mich. In the collegiate freestyle tournament, Diaz, wrestling at 105 pounds, opened with a 9-2 win over Vanessa Nordstrom of Missouri. She lost 10-6 to Stephanie Waters of Illinois and then lost by technical fall to Rachel Bernardez. She bounced back to beat Missouri's Christa Camarillo 13-1.
December 4, 2005
HONOR University of Michigan: Chiara Maria Levin was selected for membership into Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society. She is a graduate of Danville High School and the daughter of William R. and Maria Grazia N. Levin of Danville. A senior French major, she wants to work in international business, perhaps in public relations.
September 2, 2009
Michael James Smith, 52, of Ashland, Ky., died Sunday at the VA Hospital on Cooper Drive. He was a native of Michigan, he was born Dec. 2, 1956, to the late Earl and Teresea Smith. He was a welder for Ford Motor Company for many years and a U.S. Marine veteran. Survivors include his wife of 18 years Linda Medley Smith, two children Stanley and Jillian Smith, two brothers Dennis and Patrick Smith, a granddaughter Kaylnn, and a godson Jason S. Moore. There will be a private service held in Tranquility, Ohio.
June 24, 2009
LEIGHTON KATHERINE DAVIS Christopher Davis and Heather Davis announce the birth of their daughter, Leighton Katherine Davis. She was born June 12 at St. Joseph East Hospital in Lexington. Her grandparents are Meriane and Richard Thornton of Rowlette, Texas and Don and Judy Davis, of Winchester. She has one older sister, Lauren Ashleigh Vara, and two older brothers, Christian Timothy Vara and Holden Christopher Davis. BILLY JOE HOOD AND JADA LORRAINE HOOD B.J. and Ashley Hood of Clay City announce the birth of their twins, Billy Joe and Jada Lorraine Hood.
March 20, 2008
Kenneth Kretzer, 72, of New Haven Road, Lancaster, died Friday, March 14 at his home. A native of Johnson County, he was born Feb. 16, 1936 to the late Burdette Kretzer and Bertha McKnight Kretzer. He was a retired carpenter and a member of Bryantsville United Methodist Church. He was also preceded in death by two daughters, Sharon Marlene Kretzer and Erin Kretzer; and three brothers, Ollie Kretzer, Burdette Clifton Kretzer, II, and Henry Kretzer. Survivors include his wife, Joyce Kretzer of Lancaster; four sons, Kenneth Morris Kretzer of Ohio, Jeffery Burdette (Melissa)
June 9, 2004
The college football season won?t start for almost three months, but this week begins an important time for college football recruiting. Most schools are now having camps that bring players to campus. While most of the youngsters are there to improve their individual skills or as part of a team camp, the elite players are at Division I camps for unofficial visits and other talented players are there for what amounts to tryouts. Then there is Murray offensive lineman Corey Zirbel.
April 26, 2011
A list of the performers scheduled for the 2011 Great American Brass Band Festival. June 9th-12th 2011 Advocate Brass Band Danville, Kentucky Soul Rebels Brass Band New Orleans, Louisiana Natalie Dungey Issaquah, Washington Central Ohio Brass Band – 2010 NABBA Runner Up Galloway, Ohio Circle City Sidewalk Stompers Indianapolis, Indiana London Citadel Band of The Salvation...
October 16, 2008
Mary Lorene Stonebraker, 84, of Culleoka, Tenn., died Thursday, Oct. 9 at the Maury Regional Hospital in Columbia, Tenn. A native of Lincoln County, she was born Sunday, Sept. 7, 1924 to the late Obie Lou and Minnie McCowan Martin. She was a retired baker for the food service department at the University of Michigan and the widow of Howard S. Stonebraker. She was also preceded in death by five brothers, Thurman, Monsdie, Elburon, Lloyd, and John Martin. Survivors include children, Kenneth (Janet)
September 27, 2007
Charles Isaiah Gauntt, 27, of Moreland, died Wednesday, Sept. 19 in Danville. A native of Mt. Holly, N.J., he was born Jan. 13, 1980 to Robert Guy Gauntt of Michigan and Shirley Guarnieri Hickey of Harrodsburg. He was a former construction worker. Other survivors include his wife, Shawna Nicole Bodner Gauntt; daughter, Elizabeth Saryn Gauntt; brothers, Andrew Ray Gauntt, Cody Guy Gauntt, and Mason Douglas Hickey, all of Harrodsburg; sisters, Hilary Amelia Gauntt of Hustonville and Danielle Alicia Stratton of Harrodsburg; father and mother-in-law, David and Connie Bodner of Moreland; maternal grandmother, Teddy Jean Guarnieri of Burlington, N.J.; maternal grandparents, Charles and Evelyn Major of Conover, N.C.; and paternal grandmother, Nancy Gauntt of Crab Orchard.