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August 12, 2014;

Lawrence man among two students to win Trasnsportation Dept. scholarships;

Anthony Damron is shown with State Highway Engineer Steve Waddell, who is presenting him with a certification in recognition of his scholarship award. Photo of Ethan Erwin not available.Anthony Damron is shown with State Highway Engineer Steve Waddell, who is presenting him with a certification in recognition of his scholarship award. Photo of Ethan Erwin not available.PIKEVILLE – August 11, 2014 – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced today that Anthony Damron and Ethan Kyle Erwin have been awarded KYTC scholarships to the University of Kentucky and Big Sandy Community and Technical College, respectively. 

Damron, a 2009 graduate of Shelby Valley High School, is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at UK. He was awarded a full scholarship, currently valued at $47,600. Part of the scholarship program is the opportunity to work for the Cabinet during the summer months as well a guaranteed full-time employment upon graduation. Students are chosen on the basis of high school performance, ACT scores, aptitude in math and science, and interest in engineering as a career. This scholarship was established by the Cabinet in 1948 and has been awarded to more than 1700 exceptional students from around the state. Damron is a son of Donna and Keith Damron of Lexington, formerly of Dorton. 

Erwin, a 2011 graduate of Lawrence County High School, is pursuing an Associate of Science in Civil Engineering at BSCTC. He was awarded a full scholarship for the two-year program, currently valued at $11,000. Like Damron, he was chosen on the basis of high school performance, ACT scores, aptitude in math and science, and interest in engineering as a career. The Cabinet established this scholarship in 2009.

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August 11, 2014

Deeds

Frank and Dottie Castle to Kenneth and Carolyn Vanhoose for the sum of $110,000 a parcel of land in Lawrence County at Georges Creek.

Vena Hylton to Robert and Donna Debord for the sum of $30,000 a house located on the waters of Lick Creek of the Levisa Fork of the Big Sandy in Lawrence County containing a acre more or less.

Michael Ross to Grace Ross for the sum of $25,000 for moneys loaned to him for medical and living expenses and paying owed taxes a parcel of land in Lawrence County.

Marriage License

Pyllis Walker, 62, of Inez to Davis Conrad, 66, of Lovely

Shelly Young, 35 to Gary Robertson, 40, both of Louisa

Jill Thornton, 53, to Richard Thornton, 51, both of Hurricane, WV

Ella Moore, 19 to Tommy Reed, 19, both of Louisa

Jamie Mccoy, 29, of Adams to Robert Robertson, 25, of Louisa

Margaret Lovett, 19, of Belfry to Corey Frazier, 19, of Louisa

 

Civil Suits

14-CI-00196 BRENDA SLONE VS DANNY SLONE DOMESTIC AND FAMILY

14-CI-00197 AMRICREDIT FINANCIAL VS. KEVIN DIXION CONTRACT

14-CI-00199 CREDIT ACCEPTANCE CORP. VS. ELAINE CASTLE

14-CI-00200 ANGELA FITCH VS. DANNY FITCH SEPERATION AGREEMENT

14-CI-00201 ALLY FINANCIAL VS. RITA AKERS CONTRACT

14-CI-00202 PHILIP REYNOLDS VS. MICHAEL HOGAN OTHER

14-CI-00203 RODNEY VANHOOSE VS. LYNETTE VANHOOSE DIVORCE

14-CI-00205 CHERANDA BOGGS VS. JAMES PACK JR. CHILD AND MEDICAL SUPPORT

14-CI-00206 SHERRY SENTERS VS. ANGELEAH MAYNARD CHILD AND MEDICAL SUPPORT

14-CI-00207 SUSAN BOWEN VS. SHERRY MCCORMICK CHILD AND MEDICAL SUPPORT

14-CI-00208 KELLI DOOLEY VS. MACE DOOLEY CHILD AND MEDICAL SUPPORT

 

Gov. Beshear Announces Refunds of Nearly $400,000 to Coal Counties;
 

Amount based on mining, acreage fees paid by coal companies

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Aug. 6, 2014) – Governor Steve Beshear today announced that 34 fiscal courts will receive refunds totaling $399,450 from mining permit and acreage fees.  Last year, $381,400 was refunded.

The Department for Natural Resources collects mining permit and acreage fees and returns a portion of the fees to coal-producing counties for projects that the fiscal courts deem beneficial to their communities.

“Every effort is being made by this administration to help the mining industry extract coal in a manner that is safe, efficient and protective of our environment,” said Gov. Beshear. “Our coal-producing counties are our partners and these funds provide a direct benefit for their efforts.”
Refunds range from $25 to $73,583. The following list includes the counties and refund amounts (rounded to the nearest dollar):

Bell County Fiscal Court                                                         $20,938
Boyd County Fiscal Court                                                      $125
Breathitt County Fiscal Court                                                 $32,038
Clay County Fiscal Court                                                       $6,675
Daviess County Fiscal Court                                                  $1,475
Elliott County Fiscal Court                                                      $1,675
Estill County Fiscal Court                                                       $11,050
Floyd County Fiscal Court                                                      $15,646
Harlan County Fiscal Court                                                    $20,467
Henderson County Fiscal Court                                             $1,188
Hopkins County Fiscal Court                                                  $6,075
Jackson County Fiscal Court                                                 $62.50
Johnson County Fiscal Court                                              $23,538
Knott County Fiscal Court                                                      $13,404
Knox County Fiscal Court                                                      $6,713
Laurel County Fiscal Court                                                     $650
Lawrence County Fiscal Court                                             $7,313
Lee County Fiscal Court                                                         $850
Leslie County Fiscal Court                                                      $12,963
Letcher County Fiscal Court                                                   $10,963
Magoffin County Fiscal Court                                                $25,713
Martin County Fiscal Court                                                   $17,133
McCreary County Fiscal Court                                              $188
McLean County Fiscal Court                                                  $863
Morgan County Fiscal Court                                                  $25
Muhlenberg County Fiscal Court                                            $5,575
Ohio County Fiscal Court                                                       $26,600
Owsley County Fiscal Court                                                   $479
Pike County Fiscal Court                                                        $73,583
Union County Fiscal Court                                                     $3,713
Webster County Fiscal Court                                                 $12,888
Whitley County Fiscal Court                                                   $14,425
Wolfe County Fiscal Court                                                     $275

The Department for Natural Resources is an agency of the Energy and Environment Cabinet.

 

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