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Today's News

  • Out of the Past

    10 YEARS AGO

    Week of Nov. 14, 2007

    Bottled water was going off the shelves in Liberty’s stores at a faster pace than usual. That’s because many people didn’t like what is coming out of their taps these days.

    While the Federal Aviation Administration in Atlanta did not have a record of the Casey County Hospital district applying for a helipad to be a part of the new facility, the Memphis office does.

  • Church News

    Apostolic Lighthouse

    Wednesday night Bro. Danny Warren continued with, “One God in Christ,” from Acts 1:1-13. Attendance was 11. Bro. Eric Miller started Sunday morning with “God is Love,” from 1 John 4:7-11. Bro. Danny’s message was “It’s What We Know What Holds Us,” from John 4:21-22. Attendance was 18. Sunday night Bro. Eric started with “Willingness to Change,” from 2 Corinthians 5:15-17. Bro. Danny’s message was “Why Do We Stop Here?” from 2 Kings 7:3-5. Attendance was 15.

  • Russell’s life is on the Crossroads, right where she wants it

    By Don White
    Contributing Writer

    For 86 years now, the life of Myrtle Russell has been at a crossroads.

    And she wouldn’t have it any other way.

    “My daughter Rita and son-in-law (former Liberty mayor Steve Sweeney) live in Georgetown and want me to move there.

    “Leave Casey County? You got to be kidding. I may be blonde, but I’m not THAT blonde.

  • Casey County Fiscal Court looking at removing Pork Producer’s building floor tile, passes street name change

    Casey County Judge Executive Randy Dial said that removing old tile from the Casey County Central KY Ag/Expo Center Pork Producer’s building would cost approximately $7,500, but it might save the county money in the long run.

    Also, in other business, the Casey County Fiscal Court decided to rename South Brown Ridge Road to Ozark Road.

  • Living up to your own personal standards

    By Dr. Angelia Bryant

  • Waking up from a nap to Daniel’s baked French toast

    By Gloria Yoder

    Note: last week’s pizza enchilada recipe should have listed 2 cups of pizza sauce, not two quarts. Apologies for the column editor’s error!

    Many of you are probably wondering about how things are going with our foster placement?

  • Community Calendar

    The deadline for the Community Calendar is noon Monday. To submit items, email to news@caseynews.net.

    HAPPENINGS

    * Stepping out Studio of Dance will be holding classes after fall break behind Subway. Accepting children ages 3 years and up. Teaching jazz, tap and ballet. For more information contact: Gena Leigh at 606-282-8900.

     * The Red Hatitudes will meet Wednesday, Nov. 29, at Sacred Heart Church at 11 a.m., and will travel to O’Charley’s restaurant for lunch in Danville.

  • School Menus

    LUNCH

    Elementary schools

    Wednesday, Nov. 15: Fluffy scrambled eggs, boneless chicken wings, buttery biscuit, gravy, tater tots, cherry tomatoes, applesauce or blueberries, salad box

    Thursday, Nov. 16: Mini corndogs, melted ham, and cheese on pretzel bun, steamed carrots, potato smiles, tossed salad-ranch, seasonal fruit, orange

    Friday, Nov. 17: Turkey or chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, dressing, roll, steamed broccoli, cranberry salad, pumpkin pie, and fresh fruit

  • Just Family Adult Day Menu

    Wednesday, Nov. 15: Sloppy joe, tater tots, green beans, bread, milk

    Thursday, Nov. 16: Pinto beans, greens, stewed tomatoes, cornbread, milk

    Friday, Nov. 17: Baked ranch chicken, mixed veggies, baked potatoes, bread, milk

    Monday, Nov. 20: Refried beans, ground chuck, corn tortilla, Mexican corn, lettuce and tomato, milk

    Tuesday, Nov. 21: Potato soup, potatoes, carrots, ham, bread, milk

  • Casey County man sentenced for defrauding farm credit administration

    Submitted

    BOWLING GREEN –  A Casey County man was sentenced today in United States District Court by District Judge Greg N. Stivers, to 12 months in prison, and 3 years supervisory release, with the first 12 months spent in home confinement, and ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $689,104.28 to the Farm Services Agency, for his role in a conspiracy to defraud the Farm Credit Administration by concealing the sale of grain to unauthorized purchasers, announced United States Attorney Russell M. Coleman.