July 31, 2008
July 31, 1983 Clark County schools continue to have the highest percentage of attendance of any neighboring school system. For the 1982-83 year, Clark County schools had an average daily attendance of 95.11 percent. Clark had a 94.83 percent average daily attendance for the 1981-82 school year. Twenty-four Clark County teachers spent the month of June studying how to use computers in the classroom. The workshop was offered by the University of Kentucky and the teachers earned two hours of graduate credit for their efforts.
June 30, 2008
Clay City death case under investigation Kentucky State Police are investigating the weekend death of a Clay City woman as a homicide. Core Moore Robinson was found dead at her home Friday night, according to a report by WTVQ. No arrests have been made, according to the report, though there is a person of interest. Public affairs officials at the Morehead state police post were not available at press time. Strode Station SBDM Council The Strode Station Site-based Decision-making Council will meet today at 5 p.m. in the school library.
October 10, 2008
Clark Regional Medical Center was represented at the Kentucky Hospital Association's fall conference, held at Lake Cumberland State Resort Park-Jamestown Sept. 18, 2008. Barry Lindeman-Director of Human Resources and seven auxiliary volunteers, Julie Boggs, Linda Crowe, Mary George DeVary, Sharon Goble, Phyllis Hanks, Audrey King and Rosemary Walker, were in attendance. Sonya Brown, Risk Manager/Patient Safety Advocate, and Janie Waltz, Coordinator/Patient Relations Center in Danville, St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Morehead and Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital in Louisville gave brief updates on the statewide "Childhood Obesity Project" at each of their hospitals.
February 27, 2008
Nathan D. Shortridge of Mount Sterling is among the 62 new state troopers who graduated Monday from the Kentucky State Police academy. He is assigned to Post 8 in Morehead. The ceremony was held at 11 a.m., Monday at the Frankfort Convention Center, with Lt. Gov. Daniel Mongiardo, Kentucky Court of Appeals Chief Justice Sara Combs and Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer participating. The 62 graduating cadets were from Radcliff, Albany, Corbin, Hazard, Lexington, Somerset, Williamsburg, Barbourville, Berea, Bowling Green, Bremen, Burnside, Combs, Cave City, Columbia, Cumberland, Edmonton, Eminence, Elizabethtown, Falmouth, Flemingsburg, Franklin, Frenchburg, Georgetown, Glasgow, Grayson, Harlan, Hindman, Lawrenceburg, Louisville, Lynnville, Mallie, McKee, Mount Sterling, Murray, Paducah, Phyllis, Premium, Richmond, Salyersville, Seco, Smilax, Stinnett, Sturgis, Summer Shade, Taylor Mill, Upton, Viper, Waco and West Liberty.
January 22, 2009
LANE RANDALL STEPHENS Jason Stephens and Jessica Woods of Mount Sterling announce the birth of their son, Lane Randall Stephens. He was born Jan. 17 at Clark Regional Medical Center. His grandparents are Randy and Sharon Stephens of Mount Sterling and Robert and Judy Easton of Morehead. TRAYLIN LEE NOLAND Kelly Claypool and Roger Noland of Paris announce the birth of their son, Traylin Lee Noland. He was born Jan. 16 at Clark Regional Medical Center.
September 18, 2006
One lane of Interstate 64 remained closed in Montgomery County following a non-injury accident this morning involving hazardous materials.At about 12:30 a.m., the Kentucky State Police in Morehead responded to an accident on I-64 at the 105-mile marker. A tractor trailer driven by Gary Devoe, 38, of Decatur, Ala., was traveling east when Devoe swerved to miss a deer. The trailer became loose and struck an earthen embankment. The trailer held Anox 20 AM, which is an antioxidant.
June 22, 2011
Lee Andrew Laudermilt, 40, son of Susie Ann Spizzirro and Edward Lee Laudermilt, passed away Thursday, June 16, at the home of his mother on Central Avenue, surrounded by family. He was a native of West Virginia, born Oct. 28, 1970. A talented artist, he had lived in Gatlinburg, Tenn., until his illness brought him brought him back to Susie. In addition to his mother, he will be missed by brother Edward Lee Laudermilt and wife Tara of Morehead; sisters Teresa Lynn Laudermilt Fullerton and husband Dan of Georgia, and Mellissa Ann Laudermilt of Mt. Sterling; and nieces and nephews Ashley, Austin, Caneron, Daniel, Tyler and Joshua.
June 20, 2004
FRANKFORT - Stanford native and resident Greg Baird has been promoted from lieutenant to captain by the Kentucky State Police. A 16-year KSP veteran, Baird will serve as commander of KSP Post 16 in Henderson. His previous assignments include drug enforcement and special investigations, operations and internal affairs. He has also served at KSP posts in Richmond, Frankfort and Morehead. Baird is a 1982 graduate of Lincoln County High School. He was named Trooper of the Year for KSP Post 12 in Frankfort in 1989, 1990 and 1991.
March 20, 2013
Lisa Marie Teaters (Raines) together with the bride's godparents, Mark and Holly Wilson, announce the engagment of Alicia Danielle Raines and Kyle Logan Adams, both of Nicholasville. The bride-to-be is the daugther of Lisa Marie Teater (Raines) of Nicholasville and the late Danny Raines of Bryantsville. The bride is a 2003 graduate of West Jessamine High School and Lexington Community College. She is employed by Lowe's in Nicholasville. The future groom is the sone of Julie and Chris Wells, and Michael and Kathy Adams, all of Nicholasville.