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Structure Fire on Lynn St in Middleburg at 1:12am on April 17, 2014. Responding departments were East Casey Fire, Liberty Fire Dept, Popular Springs Fire Dept, Brush Creek Fire Dept and Southeast Casey Fire Dept. The house was a total loss.
Prescription drug abuse is an epidemic in this country and the source of these drugs is often the home medicine cabinet.
If you have unneeded or expired medications, now is the time to dispose of them.
On Saturday, April 26, 2014, 10 – 2 p.m., turn in your unused, unneeded and expired medications at the Liberty Police Department’s PERMANENT Rx Drop Box, no questions asked. The permanent Rx drop box is available year-round for Rx drug disposal. Good drugs can end up in bad places. Help keep prescription drugs out of the hands of our youth.
Southeast Casey Fire Department FISH FRY
Saturday, May 10 at 5:00pm at 14224 East KY 70, Bethelridge, KY
Poplar Springs Fire Dept will have a Bar-B-Q Pork Dinner Sat April 19th at 5pm $6 adult and under 8 eat free, Special singing, cake walk at 6, auction at 7, and silent auction. 85 Russell Drive
Blood Drive at Evonna Fire Dept Thurs April 24th 1:30-7 at 467 Sloan Fork Creek
The Mt. Calvary Baptist Church will have an Easter Sunrise Service on Sunday at 6:45 breakfast will follow.
MCKINNEY-BROWN FUNERAL HOME DONATES TO CASEY COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE
Recently, McKinney-Brown Funeral Home donated $347 to the American Cancer Society Casey County Relay for Life. McKinney-Brown Funeral Home agreed to donate $1.00 for every new like to their Facebook page between March 6 and April 15. In addition to already being a $1000 Corporate Sponsor, McKinney-Brown Funeral Home has always been an avid supporter of Relay for Life. Pictured is Curt Demrow of McKinney-Brown Funeral Home presenting the $347 for 347 new likes to Nicki Tarter of Casey County's Relay for Life on Thursday, April 17, 2014.
Career Day at Casey County High School
CLOTHING/SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE
Walnut Hill Elementary will be hosting a clothing/school supply drive to support “Feeding the Orphans”. This non-profit organization will be building a new school in Ghana next month and need our help in getting much needed supplies for the children. We are very excited about this opportunity to help others!
We will be collecting the following items:
new or gently used summer clothing (no camo)
black ink pens pencils, rulers
composition notebooks pencil sharpeners
toothbrushes trial size toothpaste
money for shipping books
We will be collecting items through Friday, April 25th. Students can bring the items to school and give to their teacher. Contact Christy Davis at 787-0045. For more information about Feeding the Orphans, visit http://www.feedingtheorphans.org/.
Mary Sarah was our guest Monday 3-24-14 at 12:30PM on RadioLibertyKy.com. She has just recorded a single with Ray Price "Heartaches By The Number" Visit her website at www.MarySarah.com
Kentucky State Police Pubic Affairs Officer Billy Gregory visits RadioLibertyKY.com on Friday 3-14-14 to talk about the new recruit program that is now offered. Just go to kentuckystatepolice.org or call 1-800-222-5555, many of the requirements have changed, you can become a KSP office with a 2 year degree, or two years in law enforcement.