Brooklynn Erin Baugh is the 2012 Grand Supreme Winner of Berea’s Miss Spoonbread Festival.
August 25 and 26, Berea Country Club and Blue Grass Army Depot competed in their annual Ryder Cup Tournament. The first day was played at BGAD and it was tied at the end of the day. Sunday, the Berea Boys brought their “A” games and at the end of the day they had won 15 ½ to 8 ½.
Nick Bowling was the President of the BGAD golfers and Whitney Maupin was the President for Berea Country Club. These fellows always do an awesome job of getting the players and keeping tabs on everything.
Madison County Conservation District is having soil health cover crop cost share signups August 27, 2012 through October 5, 2012 at 1024 Ival James Blvd. Suite A-1, Richmond, KY 40475. For more information call 624-1981 ext 3.
The Madison County Conservation District organized February 23, 1944. It is one of 3,000 Conservation Districts in the nation. It is made up of several board members. The District is a subdivision of the Kentucky Department of natural resources, responsible for assisting landowners and land users in solving soil and water resources problems; set priorities for conservation work; and coordinate the federal, state and local resources used to conduct conservation programs.
The District board also supervises the sub-district activities of the Red Lick Creek Watershed Conservancy District.
Alicia Rennee Faye “Sissy” Sturgill, 2, of Jenkins, Kentucky died Sunday, August 26, 2012 as the result of injuries sustained in an ATV accident. She was born August 24, 2010 in Richmond Kentucky, daughter of Anthony Sturgill and Sara Shelby.
She is also survived by 2 siblings, Robert Jayden Lee Sturgill, Brynna Grace Alene Sturgill; paternal grandmother, Patricia Sturgill; maternal grandfather, Timothy Shelby; as well as numerous relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather Robert Sturgill and maternal grandmother Alicia Godding.
Funeral Service 2:00 PM, Thursday, August 30, 2012 at Reppert Funeral Home, Berea, Kentucky. Visitation 12:00 Noon until service time Thursday. Continue reading Obituaries August 26 to September 2, 2012
Allen Co.-Scottsville 15, South Warren 8
Anderson Co. 35, Shelby Co. 34
Ashland Blazer 21, George Washington, W.Va. 14
Bath Co. 20, Lewis Co. 18
Bethlehem 30, Berea 18
Bourbon Co. 50, Owen Co. 21
This evening while working with the Berea City Street Department on work release from the Madison County Detention Center, 36-year-old Christopher Northern walked away from custody.
Northern was wearing blue jeans and a blue t-shirt. He is 185 lbs, 6’2 and has some facial hair and was last seen in the area of the Berea City Park. Police are saying he is not a threat to the public and is not considered dangerous.
If anyone has any information contact the Berea Police Department at (859) 986-8456.
If the proposed I-75 connector is built, property values in the area will decrease. Who wants to live near a busy highway? The construction and its adverse effects will force residents out. There will be no buyers, so landowners will suffer huge losses. If this becomes a reality, some will move out of state, taking valuable tax dollars with them.
There are many historical features that will be affected. One of the proposed routes would shut down the Valley View Ferry. Operational since 1785, it is the nation’s oldest year-round ferry service, and predates the Commonwealth Continue reading A Message From the Madison County Chapter of the “Disconnectors
Calling all Grandparents & Grandchildren! Berea Parks & Recreation along with Body Recall will be celebrating Grandparents Day in the Park on Sunday, September 9th 1pm – 5pm at Berea City Park Shelter (behind pool)!
We will have various activities for all to enjoy as well as genealogies, community booths & refreshments!
Twenty-four members played in the Member/Member Tournament on August 18 and 19, 2012. It was a great weekend for golf and it reflected in the scores. The Champions were Jim Tillery and Ned McAfee with 133.
Second were Gary Rose and Danny Crawford with 134. Danny also had the closest to the pin on number two on Saturday.
The First Flight was won by Sam and Jeanne McConnell, with a142. Jeanne also had the most accurate drive on number six.
Pnut Johnson and his partner came in Second with a 144. It was a great tournament and everyone had a fun time and that’s what it’s all about!
Family Fitness Day is a time for you to enjoy family activities Saturday, September 29th 1pm – 3pm at Berea City Park Shelter (behind the pool)!
We’ll have community booths such as Fitness, Friends & Fun will provide an obstacle course, Elite Martial Arts & Fitness will do some karate demos, Chiro One will have some activities & Berea Bike Shop will conduct minor repairs!
Contact Berea Parks & Recreation for further details at 986-9402.
On August fifteenth Gov. Beshear reported that a company in India has entered in to a $7 billion 25 year agreement to buy coal from Kentucky and West Virginia. Barrack Obama, supported by Ben Chandler and other democrats, has waged a war on coal through Cap and Trade and the EPA.
They claim everything from carbon emissions to water pollution from run off, to saving the mountains. President Obama even said he would bankrupt coal fired power plants, which is the one promise he made that he has kept. It isn’t ok for us to mine coal and provide thousands of jobs so we can have cheap energy, but it is ok for us to mine coal to sell to countries we already have a hard time Continue reading Chandler and Beshear: No Friend of Coal
Thank you to all volunteers who helped us in August. You did such a wonderful job! The Quilt Extravaganza was a huge success.
During September we will have the 3-D Invitational Exhibit on display. The reception will be next Friday, Sept. 7th from 5:30 to 7:30. We are looking for volunteers to help us set-up and clean-up. However, we would love for everyone to attend!
Opportunites this month:
Friday, Sept. 7 – 4:30 to 5:30 for set-up or 7:15 to 8:00 for clean-up
Gallery watch Continue reading September Volunteer Opportunities
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