Irish, Scottish music offered
IRONTON - Road to the Isles from Pittsburgh will perform traditional music, dance and folksong of Ireland and Scotland at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Ohio University Southern in the Riffe Center Mains Rotunda.
Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door.
For more information, including sample audio clips, visit roadtotheisles.org/shop.shtml.
Komen funds SOMC’s program
PORTSMOUTH - The Columbus Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure is providing Southern Ohio Medical Center with a $73,712 grant to support SOMC’s Hands of Hope program.
The Hands of Hope program provides women who are uninsured or underinsured with access to free mammograms and clinical breast exams. It also seeks to educate women 40 and older about the importance of early breast cancer detections while providing guidance and support to those who have already been diagnosed.
Eligibility requirements include not being covered by Medicare, Medicaid or other insurance and having an income of no greater than 200 percent above federal poverty guidelines.
For more information, visit somc.org/cancer or call (740) 356-7465.
Job fair today at Kyova Mall
ASHLAND - The Tri-State Job and Career Fair will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at the Kyova Mall.
More than 25 businesses and organizations will attend, including AEP River Operations, the Ashland Group Home, the Ashland Police Department, the Bill Cole Automall, Calgon Carbon Corp., Cintas, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, DirecTV, Etech, Goodwill Industries, Guardian Community Living, Heartland of Riverview, Kingsbrook, Kentucky Division of Air Quality, LG&E Energy LLC, Lowe’s, Manpower, Marathon Marine Division, McDonald’s, Mountain Comprehensive Care, the Ramey-Estep Homes, Speedway, T.J. Maxx, Transamerica, Troops to Teachers, United Way of Northeast Kentucky, Woodland Oaks Health Care Facility and Woodmen of the World.
The free fair is co-sponsored by Ashland Community and Technical Center, the Kentucky Career Center, the Southwestern Community Action Council, TENCO One-Stop Career Centers and the Kyova Mall.
For more information, call Nancy Menshouse at (606) 326-2199 or email email@example.com.
Heart clinic sets open house
RUSSELL - Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital will have an open house at the new OLBH Heart Failure Clinic from 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday.
The clinic is on the hospital campus on the second floor of the Human Motion Vitality Center at 1180 St. Christopher Drive.
Tours of the clinic and light refreshments will be provided.
Appointments to the clinic are made through physician referrals. Clinic hours are 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
For more information, call the clinic at (606) 833-6397.
Community Day Sunday at church
ASHLAND - Centenary United Methodist Church will have Community Day events from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the church at 2901 Winchester Ave.
Music will be provided by Sheltered Reality.
A free hot dog lunch will be served.
For more information, call the church at (606) 324-4003.
3 charged in Boyd court
CATLETTSBURG - The following were charged by way of criminal information on Wednesday, according to a release from the office of Commonwealth’s Attorney David Justice.
‰William Sherrer, 41, of Pedro, assault.
‰Jason Vannatere, 33, of Olive Hill, theft.
‰Aaron Niswonger, 48, of Ashland, wanton endangerment.
Hope’s Place seeks donations
ASHLAND - Hope’s Place continues to accept donations of baskets for its 16th annual Chocolate Extravaganza, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 12 at the Ashland Town Center.
Easter and other themed baskets may be dropped off at the center at 1100 Greenup Ave.
Vendor applications also are being accepted.
For more information, call Executive Director Brandi Bayes at (606) 325-4737.
Olive Hill City Council, special meeting, 6 p.m., Olive Hill Senior/Community Center for second reading of 2013-14 budget amendment.
Russell Family Resource Youth Services Center Advisory Council, noon, Russell Primary School conference room.
Irish, Scottish music offered
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Highway naming ceremony set
State leaders will join Kentucky Adjutant General Edward W. Tonini in Morehead next week to name a Kentucky highway in memory of a Rowan County native and member of the United States Air Force with 12 years of service who died last year while serving in Afghanistan.
Package liquor sales begin in Grayson
It took more than a year, an investment of about $750,000, and a lot of paperwork but packaged liquor went on sale last Thursday in Grayson.
Grayson Beverage Center received its license last Tuesday and was able to begin sales as soon as the shelves were stocked.
Lemonade stand is paying off of 12-year-old
During most of the past week, drivers traveling down 13th Street have been seeing a young man selling lemonade on the side of the road for 75 cents a cup.
That would be Lucas Gillum, a kid who has a heart for helping others.
Friday fantastic day for fair activities
Among the many smiling faces along the midway at the Boyd County Fair Friday evening, Jesse Cline’s excited grin stood out in the crowd as he prepared to perform for his home-county crowd.
“I go to Idol Wednesday,” said Cline, who made it to Hollywood during last year’s season of American Idol.
Manchin being sued by brother for $1.7M
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin III faces a $1.7 million civil suit filed by a brother over a lifeline to save a family carpet business in the late 1980s.
Good deed done: ReStore returns cash to owner
Staff of Huntington WV Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore recently discovered a large sum of money in a donated piece of furniture.
Highway to be named for late airman from Morehead
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Food vendor charged in slaying back to selling
A Louisville hot dog vendor who is free on bond after being charged with murder in a suspected case of road rage has returned to selling hot dogs at his long-time perch in front of the courthouse.
2 charged with punishing child with hot sauce
Two people have been charged with criminal abuse after police say they force fed hot sauce and vinegar to a 4-year-old girl on several occasions.
Paul blends privacy with civil rights in speech
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul blended his message of libertarian-fueled privacy policies with civil rights-inspired criminal justice reforms during a speech Friday to the National Urban League’s annual convention in this presidential battleground state.
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