Lawrence County legals
October 15, 2014
CI-14-00266 ANNA AUVILLE VS. KAREN NYE CONTRACT
CI-14-00268 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK VS. EVERETT LYONS III FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00269 TREENA FRENCH VS. CHARLES FRENCH DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-000270 KY HOUSING CORP VS. JAMES HOLLAND FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00276 BRITNY CAMERON VS. JOHNATHAN WILCOX CHILD AND MEDICAL
14-CI-00277 MICHELLA BENTLEY VS. MATTHEW STROBLE DIVORCE
GARY THOMPSON TO WALTER THOMPSON FOR THE SUM OF TEN DOLLARS A TRACT OF LAND 4 MILES WEST OF LOUISA LOT 57 OF PINE WOOD ACRES SUBDIVISION.
TERESA CHAVIS TO STEPHEN AND ASHLEY MOORE FOR THE SUM OF $85,000 A TRACT OF LAND AT CATTS FORK OF BIG BLAINE CREEK CONTAINING 85 ACRES MORE OR LESS
KAY AND ALI YAZDI TO MICHAEL AND SISKA PACK FOR THE SUM OF $157,500 FOR THE WESTERN PORTION OF LOT 77 AND THE EASTERN PORTION OF LOT 78 OF THE SPRING HILL SUBDIVISION IN LOUISA
KENNETH AND ETHEL DIAMOND TO CARLA AND KEITH SKEENS FOR THE SUM OF $40,000 TRACT OF LAND ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BIG CATT FORK CONTAINING .81 ACRES MORE OR LESS
ADAM AND RACHEL MEADE TOJOHN STACY AND GERTIE COX FOR THE SUM OF $13,000 A HOUSE AND LOT IN THE CITY OF LOUISA ON RAILROAD STREETMARRIAGE LICENSE
CHRISTI FOLLOWAY, 39, TO THOMAS HARMON, 44, BOTH OF HUNTINGTON WV
PHYLLIS WALLER, 67, OF LOUISA TO CHARLIE BRYANT, 83, OF CATLETTSBURG
CHARITY BLANKENSHIP, 26, TO ROGER OSBORNE, 43, BOTH OF BLAINE
DEBORAH HORN, 56, TO ROY DINGESS, 71 BOTH OF WARFIELD
DEBRA BONNELL, 54, TO BRENT MILLER, 54, BOTH OF MINETTE AL
KENDRA BRUMBFIELD, 27, TO JAMES PENNINGTON, 32, BOTH OF ASHTON WV
By Catrina Vargo
Lawrence Co. Democrat Woman's Club President Betty Shannon welcomed those in attendance at a 'Meet the candidates" event Thursday evening at the Lawrence County Courthouse.
After announcements, everyone enjoyed food, refreshments, and conversation. Member, Carolyn Davis read a portion of the club's by-laws, encouraging loyalty to the party; and how important it is for Democrats to support each other. The floor was then opened up to the candidates.
Barry Webb, State Rep. candidateSheriff Garrett Roberts John Osborne, Judge/Exec. Kenny Preston, Co. Atty candidate Jim Burchett, Jailer candidate
County Judge Executive, John Osborne was the first to speak, thanking the voters for the opportunity to have served for four years, and for their support in the May primary election.
"Some people think this job is easy. Its not. It is a full time job plus a lot of extra hours," he said. "We don't have an open checkbook. Coal severance money goes down everyday, but we are trying to move forward and looking at new things. I work as hard as I can to do the very best job I can for our people. I ask for your support Nov. 4."
Sheriff Garrett Roberts, who is unopposed in the General election, thanked everyone for their support. "I would appreciate your vote Nov. 4," he said.
John J. Lemaster, Dist. 2 magistrate
Denver Chaffin, Dist. 4 magistrate candidateDistrict 2 Magistrate, John Lemaster said, "We have great communication with the Governor's Office, Rocky (Adkins), and others, who help us out. I feel we have a lot of good things coming. Thanks for your support in the spring. I would sure appreciate your vote this fall."
Denver Chaffin Sr., candidate for Magistrate in District 4, said, "I will be a full time magistrate and will work with the Judge and other Magistrates."
Jim Burchett, candidate for Jailer, thanked the Democrat Woman's Club for hosting the event.
"This is a big election," he said. "From the State Representative race with Barry Webb, to the Senator race, the Judge, right down to the Jailer's race. I ask that you keep me in mind Nov. 4."
Everett "Kenny" Preston, candidate for County Attorney, said, "I have been an attorney for 14 years, and have served as Assistant County Attorney in Johnson County. I love my job. I will be a full time County Attorney, that will be my first priority. I would appreciate your vote and if you could speak to your friends, family and neighbors."
"People getting out and voting is going to make a difference in this election," Candidate for State Representative, Barry Webb, said. "Lawrence County Is a Democratic county. If a Republican wins in Lawrence or Carter County it is because they voted Republican or they stayed home."
Webb continued, "I'm sure everyone knows 10 people they could talk to about how important this election is. Some people haven't voted in years. This race is more than just about me. You're talking about a new caucus, a new floor leader...we would lose the influence that Greg Stumbo and Rocky Adkins have. Things will not be good if it goes Republican," Webb noted. "If you think east KY has been left out before, it will be worse. We have to get people out to vote. If not, we've wasted a lot of time and effort."
President, Betty Shannon, thanked everyone for attending, and reminded everyone to get out and vote on Nov. 4.
We will do a similar story on the Republican meeting set for this week on Oct. 16.
Non partisan races not included in this story
Some candidates in non partisan Louisa city races as well as District judge candidate Paul Pack, who are Democrats spoke at the event but since their registration as Democrats is not considered in those races they are not included in this article. We will post a separate article for non partisan races using their comments at the meeting later this week.
PIKEVILLE (October 6, 2014) –The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet today announced that Lawrence County will receive $17,400.00 in County Road Aid emergency funds.
The money will be used for a slide repair on DR 1225, Old Terryville Road.
“These emergency funds are being used to repair roadways and to improve safety and mobility in Lawrence County,” said Transportation Secretary Mike Hancock. “This project is one example of the cabinet’s commitment to providing a solid infrastructure in Lawrence County and all across the commonwealth.”
The Lawrence County Fiscal Court is responsible for administering the work.
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