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  • Mitchell Dean Adams and Cynthia Maria Jankouski would like to announce their marriage on Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 3 p.m. at Turkey Flat Road. Mitchell is the son of Robert (Mitch) Adams and Naomi (Poppy) Adams of Liberty. He is the grandson of Leona Propes and the late John W. Propes and Gladys Adams and the late Roy Adams. Cynthia is the daughter of Marie Jankouski of Michigan. She is the granddaughter of Lupe Menchara of Michigan and the late Louie Menchara.

  • 4-H

    Electric

    Pop can lamp kit — Blue and champion, Brianna Earles; blue, Logan Hatter; blue, Presley Woodrum; red, Brianna Gosser; red, Jacob Murphy; white, Cydney Davis; white, Patricia Diehl.

    Wood Science

    Bird house — Blue and champion, Patricia Diehl; blue, Presley Woodrum; red, Brianna Earles; red, Logan Hater; white, Brianna Gosser; white, Jacob Murphy.

    Home Environment

  • Megan Mae Durham and Jonathan Craft Hayes Jr. were married Saturday, May 22, 2010 at the Historic Union Station Hotel in Nashville. Rev. Mike Wilson performed the ceremony.

    The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Durham of Nashville and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tisdale of Nashville and Carol Durham of Yosemite and the late Gordon Durham. She is the great-granddaughter of Lorene Briley of Portland, Tenn.

  • With birds chirping, flowers blooming, and the grass still wet from the early morning dew, a group of women begin a rocky two-mile hike that takes them along a beautiful section of northern Casey County.

    Many people have their own way of enjoying life, and a group of Casey County women are enjoying it through hiking.

    The Casey Explorers, led by Connie Cundiff, has about 30 members and started hiking together three years ago.

  • With birds chirping, flowers blooming, and the grass still wet from the early morning dew, a group of women begin a rocky two-mile hike that takes them along a beautiful section of northern Casey County.

    Many people have their own way of enjoying life, and a group of Casey County women are enjoying it through hiking.

    The Casey Explorers, led by Connie Cundiff, has about 30 members and started hiking together three years ago.

  • Sarah Rose Wesley and Brandon George Garrett would like to announce their forthcoming marriage on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 3:30 p.m. at Willow Springs United Methodist Church. Sarah is the daughter of Rhonda Russell and Jim Wesley. Her stepfather is John Russell. Her grandparents are John S. and Mildred Hatter and Norma Jean and Wayne Taylor. Great-grandmother is Rose Hatter. Brandon is the son of Charlotte Garrett and the late Marion Garrett. His grandmother is Lila Davis. All family and friends are invited to attend.

  • Vacation — it’s a magical word, conjuring up images of sandy beaches, beautiful mountains, nice restaurants, or maybe even just your own back yard.

    The whole point of a vacation, of course, is just to deviate from your normal routine, whether that means taking a trip or enjoying time at home away from work.

    Some people choose to spend their vacations at the same destination year after year.

    Others like adventure, wanting to try new and different things.

  • It took Anita Hayes three years to talk her husband, Tony, into going on a cruise.

    “He always had excuses, such as hurricane season, time off from work, etc.,” she said.

    Finally Tony agreed — but only if it was in January or February — and the Hayeses set sail for their first-ever cruise in January 2008 to the Caribbean.

    And that did it.

    “He’s been totally in love with (cruising) ever since,” Anita said.

  • Terri Sue Long and Brandon D. Sturgill were united in marriage Friday, April 16, 2010 at Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

    Maid of honor was Lori Carmicle of Liberty. Bridesmaids were Beth Clements Moore and Jessica Thomas, both of Liberty.

    Best man was Kyle Rider of Louisville. Groomsmen were Neal Grider and Kyle Long, both of Liberty.

    A reception will be held Saturday, June 26 at 5 p.m . at Clementsville Fire Department. All friends and family are invited to attend.

     

  • Jim and Betty Jo Spaw Weddle of Franklin, Ind. will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 1-4 p.m. June 13 at the Ninevah Senior Center in Camp Atterbury near Edinburgh, Ind. Mrs. Weddle grew up in the Gilpin area of Casey County and is a homemaker. Weddle is retired from Ford Motor Co. The couple have three children, Sylvia Mills of Wetumpka, Ala., Susan Travelstead of Trafalgar, Ind. and John Weddle of Mt. Washington, Ky. They also have seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

  • Clementsville Motorsports

    June 4

    Truck Pull

    6400-lb. Bone Stock — First, Frankie Woodall, Brodhead; second, Kenny Holt, Stanford; third, Chase Dial, Liberty.

    6400 Big Block Stock — First, RA Bishop, Brodhead; second, John Bishop, Brodhead; third, Matt Roberts, Harrodsburg.

    6000-lb. Hot Small Block Stock — First, Joe Wilson, Harrodsburg; second, Ronnie Walls, McKinney; third, Jayson Grider, Liberty.

  • Alan and Luanne McQueary of Somerset would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Laura Faye-Anne McQueary, to Brian David Carrigan, son of David Carrigan and the late Rita Carrigan of Eubank.

  • Elvin and Patricia Warfield will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on June 17 near their home in Loveland, Ohio. Warfield, formerly from Casey County, and his wife were married in Dillonvale, a village of Cincinnati, in 1960. He retired at age 65 from two careers, one with the Milford School District and the other from Diamond Smurfit International paper company. Mrs. Warfield has worked 30 years at the Loveland Health Care Center, and for 20 years prior to that at Leather Specialty in Evendale.

  • Dwight and Donna Murphy of Liberty are proud to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Drema LeeAnn Murphy to Brance Lee Thompson, son of Jerry and Ann Thompson of Tompkinsville. Drema is the granddaughter of Matrie Pendleton of Dunnville and the late Don Pendleton and Sonny and Phyllis Lyons of Campbellsville and the late Vernon Murphy. She is a 2005 graduate of Casey County High School and is a phlebotamist at Taylor Regional Hospital. Brance is the grandson of Jean and Robert Nevins and Nordell Thompson and the late Jess and Clara Thompson.

  • Jimmy and Wanda Wethington and Wayne and Janice Atwood are pleased to announce forthcoming marriage of their children, Cassie Kay Wethington and Ben Atwood. The wedding will be Saturday, June 5, 2010 at 4 p.m. at the home of Wayne and Janice Atwood on Linnie Rheber Road. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. No formal invitations will be sent.

  • Many families are aware of situations they can face after bad weather or a house fire, including losing all of their possessions and their home.

    In Casey County, this has happened to several families, most recently during a tornado last fall and flooding last month.

    Luckily, Casey County is blessed with an organization that helps families who are in need.

    The Casey County Community Ministries, located at 614 Campbellsville Street, donates beds, mattresses, clothes, and furniture to local families who have experienced a disaster.

  • Graham-Kerr

  • Billy Joe and Kay Wethington of Knifley would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kristy Wethington to Nick Bright, son of Mark and Teresa Bright of Columbia. Kristy is a 2005 graduate of Adair County High School and is a junior at Western Kentucky University with a major in elementary education. She is the granddaughter of James and Eldora Allen of Campbellsville and the late Jodie and Lovie Wethington. Nick is a 2004 graduate of Adair County High School and a 2008 graduate of Somerset Community College with a degree in industrial electric.

  • Music abounds this weekend as the Casey County Drama Program and the 21st Century Community Learning Center will co-sponsor “Fiddler on the Roof Jr.”

    The play, which is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI), will be performed at Casey County Middle School at 7 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.

    Sponsor Rita Sweeney, who is assisted by Jamie Hamblin and Charlee Beldon, said the play features a cast of 50 students and staff.