November 17, 2005
Eugene Montgomery, 65, of Mt. Salem, died Monday, Nov. 14 at his home. A native of Boyle Co., he was born Nov. 11, 1940 to the late Herbert and Ruth May Montgomery. He had retired from Matsushita and was a member of Mt. Salem Baptist Church. He was also preceded in death by two sisters, Flossie Cheatham and Frances Leathers; and a brother, G. T. Montgomery. Survivors include his wife, Merle Lucas Montgomery; two sons, Mark Montgomery of Danville and Marty Montgomery of Mt. Salem; one sister, Mildred Davis of Lancaster; four brothers, R. C. Montgomery of Junction City, Charles Montgomery of Danville, Edward Earl Montgomery of Lancaster, and Donnie Montgomery of Mt. Washington; and one grandson, Jordan Montgomery.
May 11, 2006
Dear Editor, I am writing in support of Mike Montgomery for county judge-executive. I have been working with Mike over the last 20 months on a multi-million dollar project. His innovative ideas have saved the project time and extra money. I truly believe this is what Mike can do as county judge-executive for Boyle County. He knows how to utilize the resources that are available, and in turn will save the county valuable tax dollars. It is my thought that local elections are the most important; the people who will be elected to these positions have the most direct affect on our daily lives.
July 3, 2012
Patricia “Pat” Young Montgomery, 69, of Stanford, passed away Saturday, June 30 in Stanford. Born March 29, 1943, in Stanford, Pat was a daughter of the late David and Ruby McGuffey Young. She worked as a secretary for Stanford High School, was a nurse/lab technician for 25 years in Stanford and had retired after 18 years as a Lincoln County Courthouse employee serving as secretary, payroll clerk and Deputy Judge Executive. Pat was a member of Stanford Baptist Church and a Kentucky Colonel.
November 4, 2010
Dear Editor, Let me take this opportunity to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to all my supporters during this election process. I’m looking forward to a new future for Danville. I am honored to have the opportunity to work for the community as city commissioner. I will do my very best to earn trust and respect. I understand that I am accountable to the residents of Danville for the vote I cast when deciding an issue. Please be assured that I will listen, do my research, and weigh all the options before I vote for what is best for our city as a whole.
May 6, 2013
HARRODSBURG - WKYT-TV is reporting that Eddie Montgomery's Steakhouse closed unexpectedly Sunday night, citing a sign posted on the door. Co-owner Tracy Nunan also posted on the restaurant's Facebook page, which has since been taken down, that she was “sincerely sorry” to the employees for the lack of notice and quick closure, stating that it was “not within my control.” Calls to the restaurant today, as of press time, remained unanswered....
May 12, 2013
Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown got to make his second appearance at the Kentucky Footbal Coaches Association Clinic Saturday at Centre College. The first time he came he was offensive coordinator at Texas Tech and was back in Boyle County on vacation to visit family and friends. Now he's at UK and that has made life happier for his family. “My girls are great. Probably better for grandparents than anything. It has been a positive experience coming to Kentucky,” said Brown, a former three-sport standout at Boyle County High School.
September 26, 2006
Country music singer Eddie Montgomery was honored for being one of Perryville's "favorite and best-known sons" Monday when a sign proclaiming the city as the "Home of Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry" was unveiled on U.S. 150. An emotional Montgomery wiped away tears before kissing the sign. "Perryville is America. This is where you want your family to be. When I go out on the road, I can't wait to get back here," Montgomery said. Signs are being placed at the four major entrances to Perryville.
September 29, 2006
Dear Editor, On behalf of Montgomery Gentry fans worldwide I would like to express our congratulations to Eddie Montgomery for being honored with signs in his hometown of Perryville. Eddie has always been wonderful to his fans and does so much for the community. We know that he is truly proud to live in Perryville as well as the state of Kentucky. The way that the fans see it - Eddie Montgomery is "something to be proud of. " Candi Garrison Lexington
September 5, 2007
Pvt. Colin J. Montgomery graduated basic training and AIT on July 13. He completed his training at Fort Benning, Ga. He is the son of proud parents Pam and William Woods of Nicholasville and Ray and Delores Montgomery of Clay City. His maternal grandparents are Paul and Madeline Curry. Paternal grandparent Carl and Ann Montgomery, all of Nicholasville. Montgomery is stationed at Fort Riley, Kan., with the 4th Brigade, 1st Infantry Division. He will be deployed to Iraq on Sept.