May 10, 2006
Dear Editor, I agree with Mr. Montgomery. We need to get rid of the old and bring in the new and I think Mike is the man with the plan. D. King Parksville
May 8, 2006
Dear Editor, My first reaction is to say "Shame on you. " Chastise you for your being close-minded and to tell you that your organization (the paper) should be bringing the citizens the news, not trying to make it. Instead I thank you because your editorial is a perfect example of the majkor problems in our community. You attempt to use ridicule, sarcasm and an appearance of knowledge in an attempt to quiet citizens from expressing their thoughts and ideas freely without fear of reprisal.
July 21, 2004
A local doctor arrested this month in Zimbabwe on charges of practicing without a license during a mission trip was released this week, say officials. Dr. Ed Montgomery and his wife, Sara Jane, a nurse, have both been given back their passports, confirmed Senator Mitch McConnell's office Tuesday. The pair had been relieved of their passports approximately two weeks ago while on a medical mission trip in the African country. According to his friends, Dr. Montgomery had been looking forward to the trip with friends.
October 20, 2005
Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center is expanding its surgical services with the addition of a new general surgeon who is widely experienced in laparoscopic procedures. Dr. David O. Montgomery joined the medical center's medical staff in August. Before relocating to Danville, he practiced five years in Florida, where he performed a variety of laparoscopic procedures, and is already performing those same procedures in Danville. "Laparoscopic procedures are preferred because they require a smaller incision, which means patients recover faster and experience less pain," Montgomery said.
April 11, 2013
The little boy critically injured by a horse trailer Saturday is making leaps of improvement. Eric Tyree, 6, had been playing with neighborhood children near Gethsemane Baptist Church and Viaduct Marathon off Quisenberry Avenue when a horse trailer door fell on him. Witnesses had thought he wouldn't pull through, and he was flown to University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. But family friends said Eric has been moved rom the intensive care unit to a regular room. “He is making great strides,” said his school mentor, who prefers to remain anonymous.
June 10, 2004
Tee Cup Invitational At Danville Country Club Par 73; 5,271 yards Wednesday First Round Championship Flight Kelli Warner73 Anne Combs74 Cynthia Powell74 Joan Rizer74 Kim Hartlage75 Brittany Klein75 Sami Montgomery-Claywell75 |5/6/04|.
May 8, 2007
LIBERTY - Casey County Surveyor Richard Montgomery called the proposed helipad at the local hospital the "worst example of planning and spending public money in this county. "It will destroy the neighborhood and eliminate the city's tax base with no mention on how to make up the loss," said Montgomery, who lives near the hospital. "At worst, it is uncaring, unethical with some of the actions bordering on criminal. " He voiced his opposition Monday to Fiscal Court about the helipad being placed on the Casey County Hospital property off Montgomery and Wolford streets.
February 7, 2007
STANFORD - A Crab Orchard man was scheduled to stand trial Tuesday but instead pleaded guilty to sex crimes against a child less than 12 years old. William W. Mullins, 60, entered the plea in Lincoln Circuit Court to five counts of first-degree sodomy. Commonwealth's Attorney Eddy F. Montgomery said Mullins was charged with having oral sex with the girl at least five times between 1997 and 2001. During an interview with state police Detective Bill Collins, Mullins admitted to the allegations but attempted to have his confession suppressed before the trial was to start.
May 21, 2008
The George Rogers Clark High School girls' softball team couldn't sustain the energy it had to open the 40th District Tournament. The Lady Cardinals suffered a 9-3 loss to Montgomery County Tuesday night at Cardinal Heights and finished as district runner-up. The loss didn't eliminate Clark from next week's 10th Region Tournament. Both Clark and Montgomery will participate in the regional event slated to begin Monday at Cardinal Heights. The Lady Indians found their bats quickly, opening the bottom half of the first inning with four consecutive hits and three runs.
January 15, 2006
PARIS - Danville wrestler Louis Beto placed third at 119 pounds and three other Admirals took fourth Saturday at the Bourbon County Round Robin Tournament. Jeremy Turner (125), David Harlan (130) and Brandon Lannum (135) each placed fourth. Danville Results First Round 119 - Louis Beto (D) pinned Dougie Russell (Letcher Co.), 3:27. 125 - Jeremy Turner (D) pinned Kelsey Truman (Bryan Station), :37. 125 - Chris Greene (Johnson Cent.) pinned Jordan Miller (D)