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County’s jobless rate improves
Madison County’s unemployment rate for June, 6.5 percent, was a full percentage point lower than a year earlier and 0.2 points lower than in May.
Young inventors turn trash to treasure
The first day of Camp Invention began with a room full of objects ready to be recycled, Sarah Shaffer, director of the camp said Thursday.
Four arrested on meth charges at Berea motel
Berea Police arrested four people Wednesday at the Knights Inn on Chestnut Street, including a man they said tried to conceal a meth lab on his person.
Fridays, Saturdays added to depot’s detonation calendar
The Blue Grass Army Depot is adjusting its weekly schedule for detonating obsolete and unserviceable conventional explosives because of a higher-than-normal number of delays this season.
County, cities asked to ban indoor smoking
The Madison County Health Board voted 9-1 Wednesday to ask the county’s three local governing bodies to ban smoking in indoor public places.
- County’s jobless rate improves
BOWLING: Simpson bowls no-tap 900 series
I do not usually start this column with the top accomplishment in the no-tap league (where nine pins down with the first ball in a frame counts as a strike), but I will make an exception this week because a no-tap 900 series was bowled Tuesday by Brandon Simpso
L.L. BASEBALL: All-Stars eliminated
The Richmond Junior and Senior All-Stars were eliminated from the Kentucky State Little League Tournament on Tuesday in Madison County.
GOLF: Central’s Nowlin named Player of the Year
Madison Central golf star Tristyn Nowlin continues to show with her play in summer events that she is one of the best the state has to offer.
- BOWLING: Simpson bowls no-tap 900 series
- Lifestyles & Community
Starting over at Head Start
All I ever wanted to be was a journalist. Having worked on my high school and college newspapers, I knew it was the career for me.
I love talking to people, listening to their stories, being creative every day and experiencing new things. But as you know, news happens outside the hours of 9 to 5, and my job here at the Register rarely stayed within that time frame.
- They don’t make strawberries as they did back in the old days
- Baby boomers have let technology rob their grandchildren of the joys of youth
- Starting over at Head Start