RICHMOND — Adults and St Mark School students participated in the 8:15 a.m. distribution of ashes on Ash Wednesday. Students who correctly answered questions about scripture and church tradition during the Ash Wednesday service were awarded with cans of tuna instead of the usual chocolates.
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EKU extends search for marketing, communications VP
Eastern Kentucky University’s search for a vice president of marketing and communications will continue into 2014.
Williams to take part in discussing disposal of Syrian chemical weapons
Craig Williams, co-chair of Madison County’s Chemical Destruction Community Advisory Board and director of the Kentucky Environmental Foundation’s Chemical Weapons Project, was recently invited to join a delegation convened by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to discuss acceptable methods to destroy Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile.
Airport board drafts presentation on proposed extension
Madison Airport Board members George Wyatt and Chuck Conley on Tuesday presented the draft of a presentation on proposed expansion of airport facilities.
RPD charge man with burglary
Richmond police charged Gene A. Rhodus, 51, Ervin Slone Road, on Tuesday with third-degree burglary in connection with a theft at Walmart.
Downtown restaurant to host free concert for grand opening Subhead: Food drive is part of events
Downtown Richmond’s latest restaurant expansion is celebrating its grand opening Saturday with appearances from game and comic book creators as well as a free concert.
Local police officers honored for impaired driving enforcement
Several Madison County police officers were honored Tuesday for their efforts to target impaired drivers.
Possible zoning changes in Berea’s future
Berea’s City Council on Tuesday evening heard first reading of an ordinance that would make changes in commercial zone classifications.
Blue Grass Energy warns about phone scam
Blue Grass Energy is warning members about a phone scam that has occurred in its service area.
Conway keeps fighting for Big Sandy Plant
The battle over the closing of coal fired units at the Kentucky Power Company Big Sandy Plant in Louisa isn’t over just yet.
Richmond parade in doubt; decision expected today
Richmond city officials along with county emergency officials met Wednesday afternoon to discuss whether to cancel Friday night’s Christmas parade because of the threat of inclement weather.
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