June 30, 2008
Arthur James Mann: Saturday, June 21, 2008 Arthur James Mann, 90, widower of Fern Newland Mann, of Ironwood Drive, formerly of Versailles, died June 21 at his home. He was a member of the Versailles Baptist Church. Mr. Mann was a retired farmer and construction supervisor for Eubank & Steel. He was a native of Woodford County, son of the late Ellis Pearl Mann and Hallie Lathrem Mann. Survivors include children, Sue Mann of Richmond, Janice Buckler of Versailles, Missie Lenhart of Nicholasville, Hallie and husband Dick Brunson of Lancaster, Judy and husband Pat McIntyre of Nicholasville and Arthur and wife Lisa Mann of Nicholasville, twelve grandchildren, four great-grandchildren.
January 5, 2007
The state Department of Education appears to be headed in the right direction with recent decisions regarding property at Kentucky School for the Deaf. The razing of one building and the renovation of another signal that officials are thinking about practical ways to use the facilities and grounds. We hope the process continues, with protection of historic buildings that can be saved given a high priority, consolidation of space where it is warranted to continue to serve the students of today and the future, and availability of excess property for other community needs.
February 9, 2004
Thirty years worth of babies delivered at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center have at least one extra mom. That's how long Lois Rousey has been working in the maternity ward at the hospital. "Many of the patients who come in here now, I was working here when they were delivered," she said. "I know their parents. I feel like a mother to a lot of these patients. " Rousey has no children of her own, which may explain her attachment to her patients. "That's why all the children born here become my family, I guess.
July 29, 2007
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available. Ladonna E. Parker, 20, 103 Balasa Drive, fourth-degree aggravated assault, amended to disorderly conduct, $100. Michael D. Parker, 19, 103 Balasa Drive, fourth-degree aggravated assault, amended to disorderly conduct, $100.
February 5, 2013
LANCASTER - The city council voted Monday night to adjust the pay grade of the incoming superintendent after the resignation of Lancaster Wastewater Plant Superintendent Millard Rose. Rose is quitting after 26 years of service to the city, with his official last day to fall on Feb. 15. Rose said in a phone interview he is leaving simply because he is “too old for all this bickering,” regarding questions and disagreements with the budget being spent at the sewage treatment plant.
May 23, 2004
CRAB ORCHARD - John Kuhn, supervisor of Crab Orchard's water/wastewater treatment plant, recently received an award for his dedication in ensuring everyone in his district has clean water. Kuhn, a 12-year veteran of the field, was named 2003 Operator of the Year in Eastern Kentucky, an honor for operators who go above and beyond their duties. The plaque was given to him during the Eastern Kentucky Water & Wastewater Operator's Association conference in Prestonsburg. "I was totally shocked," said Kuhn.
June 8, 2009
ATLANTA ? Frank Beum, a Forest Service veteran who began working for the agency as a seasonal employee in 1981, has been named forest supervisor of the Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky, according to Regional Forester Liz Agpaoa. "Frank's strength of leadership is a reflection of his diverse work experience," Agpaoa said. "He has served at many levels of the organization, and we look forward to welcoming him as the newest member of our regional leadership team. " The Southern Region encompasses 13 states from Virginia to Florida and Oklahoma and Puerto Rico.
May 11, 2013
This Mother's Day, Barbara Johnson is counting her blessings for the two beautiful children she thought she'd never have. The Perryville woman, 39, had given up hope of conceiving her own child after four years of trying. She and husband Jason married and began trying to have a baby in 2001. As a woman in her late 20s, Johnson wanted to have a child more than anything, but every test came back negative to the point Jason was at his wit's end. “He was like, if it's 'no,' just don't even tell me,” she said.
December 1, 2011
Report - At 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Clark County Road Supervisor Kevin Wilson reported that someone took two cast iron storm grates from Wexford Drive.
August 14, 2006
Two marriage licenses were recorded this week in the office of County Clerk George O. "Sonny" Spoonamore IV in the Lincoln County Courthouse: Jacqueline Marie Blair, 39, Stanford, registered nurse, to Steven Michael Nickell, 40, Stanford, carpenter supervisor. Angela Michelle Carpenter, 21, Livingston, housewife, to Mark Allen Hipps, 26, Stanford, Portland Forge.