November 26, 2014
Civil Cases filed
14-CI 00305 CAPITAL ONE BANK VS. RODNEY CHAFFINS
14-CI-00306 RHEA CASSADY VS. CHESTER SPENCE CHILD AND MEDICAL
14-CI-00307 JAMES LEMASTER VS. AMERICAN NATIONAL PROPERTY AND CASUALTY PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00308 LOURDELYN LACANO VS. JEREMIA'S LACANO DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00310 ALICIA MAHON VS. TODD COVERDALE PROPERTY RIGHTS
14-CI-00312 ERIC HAYES VS. KIMBERLY RUNYON DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
Joseph and Sherry May to Alex and Elizabeth Salini for the sum of $34,000 for a real estate at Dryfork Road in Lawrence County.
Helen Harless to Billy Pack for the sum of $2,000 land containing 10 acres more or less.
Peoples Security Bank to Addiction Recovery Care for the sum of $80,000. The first lot and business in the City of Louisa adjacent to the lot and building owned by Louisa National Bank. The second lot lying upon Main Cross Road in Louisa.
R&J Development Company to Jeffrey and Lauren Maggard for the sum of $29,500 Lot 19 located at 287 Levisa Drive and containing .349 acres more or less.
BRENNA HINKLE, 27, TO BENJAMIN STOVIC, 32, BOTH OF CATLETTSBURG
DEBORAH PACK, 55, TO JOHNNIE PACK, 56, BOTH OF CRUM WV
JESSICA WALLEN, 28, TO WESLEY BORDERS, 39 BOTH OF LOUISA
MARTA HELGESON, 45, OF SUMMERSVILLE WV TO RONNIE CLEARY, 47, OF HUNTINGTON WV
JAMIE HYTON, 33, TO LESLIE TRIPLETT, 39, BOTH OF LOUISA
BRITTANY HARMON, 24, TO DUSTIN WILLIAMS, 26, BOTH OF LOUISA
BRITTANY BECK, 25, OF LOUISA TO CHRISTOPHER RUCKER, 32, OF HAZARD
KARA MCCOY, 25, TO TERRANCE THOMPSON, 27, BOTH OF LOUISA
TABITHA SALYER, 20, TO ETHAN FITCH, 22, BOTH OF LOUISA
TIFFANY SLONE, 22, TO JOSEPH HEWLETT, 25, BOTH OF LOUISA
PAULA CHAPMAN, 37, TO JOEY AUSTIN, 37, BOTH OF LOUISA
By Catrina Vargo
Louisa, KY -- Recently, the Lawrence County Emergency Management Service received an ambulance that was donated by an anonymous source. "We greatly appreciate the gift" said EMS Director, Michael Woods. He said it would be put to good use as part of the emergency vehicles used by EMS.
Lawrence Co. EMS received this ambulance donated by an anonymous sourceWoods also reported that Project Lifesaver training classes were conducted November 15 -16, and will be ready to go this week. Project Lifesaver is a search and rescue program for Alzheimer's patients or people with any cognitive disorder who may wander off, putting themselves in danger. This means peace of mind for those caretakers of loved ones with these problems.
project_lifesaver_logoWoods said the cost would be around $25, but there are a few available systems that was included in the grant, that would be free of charge, based on income.
"After Monday, November 17, we will be certified with Project Lifesaver and can get everything ready to start taking to clients. It will take them (Project Lifesaver) about 10 business days to get us totally active in their system." Woods said. For more information, call 606-638-0334.
Woods is also in the process of a grant proposal for a new, modified local weather alert system. Details will be posted as information becomes available.
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