May 15, 2013
Bethany Lynn Hardman, 29, wife of Randall G. “Randy” Hardman, died Thursday, May 9, due to injuries she suffered in a traffic accident. She leaves her memory in the care of her husband, Randy; children Noah and Lillian; parents David and Laura Hunter; mother- and father-in-law Stephen and Cheryl Hardman; and maternal grandparents Harry and Anna Stevenson. Additional survivors are brothers Jeremy, Andrew, Jonathan and Joel. Bethany was employed by Avenues For Women and Bethany Christian Services.
May 11, 2007
NEW ORLEANS - A group of Lincoln County volunteers in New Orleans to help victims of Hurricane Katrina recover their homes became victims themselves Wednesday night when someone stole their tools. Watch this site and The Interior Journal print edition for more updates.
February 13, 2009
I want to thank our heavenly Father and the following people for helping me during the ice storm. Noah and Mary Lou Kirkpatrick, Todd Kirkpatrick, Jennifer Gover, Bro. Chester Cornett for bringing me food and kerosene and David Sims for bringing my mail each day. May the Lord richly bless each of you for thinking of me. Nina Carrier Todd
November 3, 2005
Casey and Angela Horton of Crab Orchard announce the birth of twin sons, Sawyer Adams Horton and Seth Denton Horton, on Thursday, July 28 at the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. Each baby boy weighed 6 pounds 1 ounce and measured 19 inches at birth and were delivered by Dr. Mike Guiler. Maternal grandparents are Dennis and Sheila Clausen. Maternal great grandparents are Silverene Adams and Mildred Clausen. Paternal grandparents are Gary and Donna Horton and Mike and Dianne Jones.
September 9, 2009
Justin Watts and Alicia Harren announce the birth of their daughter, Brynley Elizabeth Watts, born at 10:10 a.m., Aug. 26, at Saint Joseph East in Lexington. She weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 20 inches long. She was welcomed home by her brother Dylan Watts, uncle Noah and aunt Ce Ce. Her maternal grandparents are Billy and Elizabeth Poor of Jessamine County. Her paternal grandparents are Tammy Watts of Jessamine County, and the late Bobby Watts of Jessamine County.
October 3, 2007
Samuel David Lee II, 34, of Nicholasville, formerly of Lawrenceburg, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, Sept. 26. He is the son of Brenda Bailey Robinson, and her husband, Ricky, Lawrenceburg, and Samuel David Lee, and his wife, Linda, of Lexington. He was a 1992 graduate of Anderson County High School, a member of Southland Christian Church where he served on the First Touch Ministries, and a member of the Wild Turkey Federation. He was a 10 year veteran in the shipping department at Hitachi Automotive Products in Harrodsburg.
May 22, 2008
Elly Whitfield Mason, 99, of Kings Mountain, died Wednesday, May 14 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville. A native of Lincoln County, he was born Friday, March 19, 1909 to the late Lewis and Ceclia Routin Mason. He was a farmer and logger, the widower of Lillie Lay Mason, and of the Pentecostal Faith. He was also preceded in death by a son, Herbert Mason; a daughter, Rosa Calfee; and two brothers, Lloyd and Jessie Mason. Survivors include sons, Jim (Mary)
July 10, 2005
The first difference you would have noticed was the new face at the registration table. And that was just about the only one. Sherry Pardue was there to greet young football players and their parents with a smile Friday as they checked in for the Boyle County Youth Football Camp. She fell into that job when her husband, Chris, took over the camp as part of his new job as Boyle?s head coach. But on the field behind her, things looked very much like they always have. ?I?
January 16, 2007
I'm out. That is to say, I'm obsolete. History. Yesterday's news. I had a pretty good run, better than 30 years of uninterrupted popularity. But it's all over now. I've been replaced by someone younger and hipper, someone named Jack or Logan or Noah. I am Michael, and I once had one of the most popular names that parents chose to give their newborn boys. But no more. According to an Associated Press story by Samantha Critchell that appeared in this newspaper and many others, Michael is no longer one of the most-used names given to little boys.
October 14, 2007
Anne Milburn and Kathy Milby have more in common than sisterhood. Both are single women who wanted kids, and each adopted a child from China. Maggie and Noah, both 7, seem to be the right connection to the right dots in these two women's lives. "It is, by far, one of the world's biggest commitments," Milby says, looking at her daughter, Maggie. "I've always been single, was career driven and held a demanding job, and at 43, I just realized - if I'm going to do this, I'd better get to it. " Milburn, 39, felt her overwhelming desire to be a parent hit three years after her divorce.