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S. Fork Creek Family looses Home to Fire
Nate and Amy Sizemore, and eight children of 730 S. Fork Creek Road. The family lost most everything salvaging only a few items. This family also operates the Wagon Trail eatery next door. Our sympathy goes out to this family. Evonna Fire Department, Dunnville, Poplar Springs, and SE Casey responded to the fire, that started in the attic area.
Casey County Fiscal Court Meets
6-17-2013 in regular session. In general business gave 2nd reading to the Budget Ordinance, accepted the Casey County Hospital budget and the Casey County Library budgets for recording purposes. Accepted the Sheriff's Tax settlement. Awarded the concession stand bid at Gateway Park to H&H Home improvement for $178.898 pending required paperwork. Approved the Health Department Tax Rate of 4.3%, and awarded the milk bid to Bordens which will deliver twice a week to the Casey County Detention center. Next meeting will be the 3rd Monday of July 5PM.
Liberty City Council met Wed 6-12-13
Regular Meeting 5:00pm, Liberty Fire Dept was on hand to express concerns for open proposed burning on the bypass near the Dollar General store, the council will address this at a future meeting, Donald Wilson announced there will be a cookout on Saturday for the responders of the Goose Creek Candle Factory Fire. City Attorney will look into an ordinance for any new roof construction to remove any old tar roof to conserve possible firefighting efforts. City will look into closing River Road. Brad Vaugh said he is working on the fireworks for the 4th of July. Mayors report heard Steve Sweeney report an engineering firm has been hired to look into the proposed new city lake. The city is ready to blacktop the parking area next to city hall. Sidewalks for Whipp & Wolford. Streetlights for N127. 4 new City street signs have been ordered. City will replace 7-8 Fire Hydrants. The entrance to the new College will be 3 lane and will go through the city parking lot near Eprhiam McDowell Clinic.
A fundraising meeting for the new Casey County Community & Education
Center will be held on Tuesday, June 18th at 12:00 p.m. in Liberty City Hall.
The purpose of the meeting is to share ideas, discuss strategies, and set a
course of action to raise the remaining funds necessary for the construction of
the college center.
New Superintendent Named, Marion Sowder
Marion Sowder from Knox County Kentucky, signed the contract for the Casey County Board of Education at Tuesday (6-11-13) Evening's Special called meeting. After an extensive hunt for a new superintendat to replace retiring Linda Hatter, which has served the Board of Education for 34 years. Sowder told the group that he had worked in education and the State for a number of years and will be moving to Casey County in the near future.
Monday's School Board says Goodbye to retiring Superintendent Linda Hatter
Emotions were high as Mrs. Linda Hatter sat in on her final meeting(6-10-13) as superintendent, she had served the school board for 34 years. There was a staff reception earlier in the day. In other matters approve the code of conduct handbook, Awarded bids, Family medical leaves, declared 3 buses as surplus, approved insurance renewal, amended extended days. The board asked for 3 doors to be replaced or repaired at the Liberty Elementary for final construction approval.
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Kentucky State Police News
Wednesday, June 5, 2013 (Columbia, KY) -
58-year-old Ronnie Hiser died this morning at approximately 2 AM EDT as a result of injuries sustained from the gunshot wound. Chesher remains in the Barren
County jail and has now been charged with murder. (Columbia, KY.) June 4, 2013– The
Kentucky State Police are investigating a shooting that occurred this morning 7 miles east of Edmonton on Glasgow Road in Metcalfe County. Post 15 received the call at approximately 9:00 CST from Edmonton P.D. and learned that a 58-year-old male was the victim of a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to University Hospital in Louisville where he remains in critical condition.
Kentucky State Police Detectives are presently investigating and have a suspect in custody with charges pending.
(Columbia, KY.) – The Kentucky State Police, Post 15,
Columbia, which provides coverage for Washington, Marion, Taylor, Casey, Russell, Green, Metcalfe, Monroe, Clinton, Cumberland and Adair counties will be conducting periodic traffic safety checkpoints at locations approved by the Kentucky State Police Policy and Procedures Manual. These checkpoints will be conducted in an effort to enforce the traffic laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Rabies Clinic for dogs and cats, June 27th Clementsville 9-10:30am, Jones Park 1-2:30pm, Casey Health Dept 4-6pm, $5 per animal, All animals must be on a lease or in a carrier, and be at least 3 months old. For info call 787-8288
The Casey Co. Board of Education will receive sealed bids on the house constructed by 2013 Technology students. The house is three-bedroom, two bath, 1248 sq. ft. with a 15 SEER HVAC
unit. Bids should mailed by June 30th to: Linda Hatter 1922 N. US 127, Liberty, KY 42539. This house has passed all utility and building inspections along with being Touchstone Energy Certified by RECC with a rating of .16 on the blower door test. Materials and workmanship are warranted for
one year.The purchaser will be responsible for moving the house, interior painting and floor coverings and completing the utilities. Buyers in previous years, have spent an
estimated seven to fifteen thousand dollars above the purchase price to move in. The winning bidder should be prepared to pay 25% down the first week of July and balance in thirty days. Bids that start at a minimum offer and increase in 100 dollar increments
to the bidders maximum offer are recommended. In the event that persons submit the same high bid, each person with that bid will be contacted by the seller. Bidding this year
should start at 38,500 dollars. Open house will be offered at the house behind the
high school from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat June 15th. Persons with other questions may leave a message at 606 787 6941.
Dining with Diabetes June 18,25th 10-11AM at the Casey County Extension Educational Building, to register call Debbie Shepherd 606-787-7384
Liberty & Middleburg Head Start will be taking Applications on Mondays 9:00AM to 1:00PM Call Liberty Head Start at 606-787-9207, Middleburg 606-787-4072 if no answer leave a message and we will return your call.
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