Founder of Faith Baptist Church — Pastor Carl Hatmaker, 78, died Tuesday evening, Feb. 14, 2012. Pastor Hatmaker was born on Feb. 18, 1933, in Campbell County, Tenn., to the late Claude and Frances Kelly Hatmaker.
He attended the University of Tennessee. In May 1980, founded Faith Baptist Church of Madison County. It was a labor of love for 25 years. He loved the Lord completely and used his life preaching and teaching others about his Saviour.
He is survived by: his wife of 57 years, Letha Branson Hatmaker; two sons, Carl U. Hatmaker Jr. (Patricia) and Jeffery L. Hatmaker (Merry); four grandchildren, Angel Hisle, Julie Hisle, Shade C. Hatmaker and E. Boone Hatmaker; two great-grandchildren, Tyler Harding and Haileigh Lawrence; three brothers, Cicero Hatmaker (Janet), Charles Hatmaker (Gail) and Continue reading Obituaries February 13, to February 20, 2012 (continued 1)→
Funeral services will be held for Alfred David Hurley, 65, of Chickasha at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, February 20, 2012, in the First Church of the Nazarene, Chickasha, with Keith Morgan officiating and Kent Hibbard assisting.
Alfred David Hurley was born on October 31, 1946, in Caddo County, Oklahoma to Alfred J. and Bertha (Orum) Hurley. He died on Wednesday, February 15, 2012, at home in Chickasha.
Local law enforcement officials will be escorting Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (BGCAPP) transportation crews onto central Kentucky roadways this weekend and into early next week as they move a large, empty vessel to the BGCAPP construction site at the Blue Grass Army Depot.
The 2012 Richmond Adult Sprint Softball Organizational Meeting will be held Thursday, February 16th – 6:30 PM at the Richmond Parks and Recreation Center Basement on 321 N. Second Street
Call 623-8753 for more information.
Paint Lick — Lisa Saylor Harold, age 41, wife of Donnie Harold of Paint Lick, died Thursday. Lisa was born in Fort Wayne, Ind., to Woodrow Saylor of Brodhead, Ky., and the late Lucy Helton Saylor. Lisa was also preceded in death by: an infant child Silas Saylor; and nephew Jeff Bailey.
Lisa is survived by: her children, Brittain (Miranda) Saylor, Dalton Harold and Paisley Saylor; her special niece Angel Lopez; grandchildren Austin Saylor and Miley Mink; and brothers and sisters Bob Fultz, Stan Saylor, Rick Saylor, Tim Saylor, Shirley Ann Fultz Switzer, Laura Harris, Phyllis Lopez, Gaylene Napier and Holly Sowder.
Funeral services will be Monday at 1 p.m. at Cartersville Holiness Church with Bro. Bruce Alcorn officiating. Burial will be in the Saylor Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Adam Johnson, Tim Augerbright, Douglas Williams, Jeffery Wright, Jordan Johnson and Arnold Saylor. Visitation will be Sunday after 6 p.m. at Continue reading Obituaries February 6, to February 13, 2012→
RICHMOND — Charles A. “Chuck” Putteet, 73, of Richmond, died Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012, at the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington, Ky.
He was the son of the late Roscoe Putteet and Jeanette Fletcher Putteet McIntosh. He was a retired Richmond Fire Department employee, known as “Sam” to his co-workers and a Madison County EMT. Chuck was of the Baptist faith and he enjoyed playing softball and bowling years ago, as well as, coffee drinking and playing pool with his friends.
Around the World in 30 Instruments
Saturday, February 11th 3:00-5:00 pm
Come hear Four Shillings Short, a husband and wife duo from Ireland and California, who play over 30 different musical instruments from all over the world. This is a concert you will never forget! The concert is in two sets, 3-4 pm and 4-5 pm. You can come to either set or both.
Madison County Schools Transportation Department saw an increase in miles driven in 2010-2011 over the 2009-2010 school year. However, the level remains near the 2005-2006 miles driven. That level is significant because it is prior to the addition of two additional instructional days required by the state. It is also prior to the opening of B. Michael Caudill Middle School. Since the 2006-2007 school year, the district has added only one bus route — 144 routes total serving 10 elementary schools, 4 middle schools and 2 high schools plus the Bellevue Learning Center. The district still remains more than 144,000 miles driven less than the 2006-2007 school year.