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February 22, 2012

  Upcoming Events

Moorefield Christian Church

Everyone at the Moorefield Christian Church – Disciples of Christ invites you to join them for service every Sunday at 11 a.m. with Pastor Kimberly Brown

Nicholas County Fix

Bluegrass Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Paul Pack, at 11 East Main, Paris is honored to be participating in the Nicholas County Fix spay/neuter Program.  The program is aimed at reducing the number of unwanted or homeless puppies and kittens born every year.  Drawings for the free service are held each month. Sign up is at the Nicholas County Public Library.

Free Blood Pressure Checks

Wedco/Nicholas County Home Health will be sponsoring free blood pressure screening for the general public on the second Tuesday of each month from 3-4 p.m. at the Public Library.

N.C. Adult Learning Center News

The Adult Learning Center offers a flexible schedule and personalized instruction to help students successfully complete their GED.  The center offers students the opportunity to study at their own pace and on their own schedule. Interested persons may stop by anytime between the hours of 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesdays , and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursdays.  For more information on the other programs that are available please call 289-6861 today.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous will be meeting every Tuesday night from 8-9 p.m. at the Nicholas County Health Department

Carlisle Rotary Club

The Carlisle Rotary Club meets every Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. at Garrett’s Family Restaurant.

A.C.T.S.

Beginning in April, the Alcohol Chemical Treatment Series will meet each Wednesday night (moved from Tuesday) at 6:30 p.m. in the Sparks room of the Nicholas County Health Department.  Anyone interested is welcome to attend!

Parks and Recreation Board

To schedule an event at any of the city parks call Mark Adams at 859-771-3852. For any concerns or issues with the parks contact Chairman of the Board, Jeff Randolph at 859-473-2658.

Lifeline Meeting

The Lifeline meetings are held each Thursday at 7:00 pm at the New Beginnings Christian Church on Concrete Road. For more info call Greg Spivey 859-227-1319 or Toni Spivey 859-473-0899.

Dogs Available for Adoption

Nicholas County Animal Welfare Society has dogs available for adoption.  473-2714 or www.ncaws.org.

Diabetes Self-Management Classes

The WEDCO District Health Department will be hosting Diabetes Self-Management education classes each month.  They will be held at the Nicholas County Health Center in the Dr. Robert Sparks  Community Room.  For more information and to register contact Crissy Culberson, 866-75WEDCO, or 859-298-4899

If there are any upcoming events relating to Nicholas County that you would like to place in the Upcoming Events, contact The Carlisle Courier at (859) 289-8899 or email to: editor@carlisle-courier.com

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    Classifieds

FOR SALE

NEW – Banjo - Mastercraft. Case, Tuner, 3 Books with CDs. Will make a great Christmas present. $275. 859-473-2219. 12/14

FOR SALE: New Idea – Corn Elevator, PTO $600.00 OBO. Call 606-748-1226 or 606-782-6220. 12/14

2004 TRAVEL TRAILER – 19 ft. New awning, Remote control radio/CD, microwave. Asking $4,600. 859/473/2219. 12/14

Amish-built 8x10 all metal storage buildings, Window, Double-door, Treated wood floor, $900. Will also build to specifications. Call 859-473-0635. TFN

FOR SALE - Country eggs when available. $1.50/ dozen. 859-473-1408 after 2:30. TFN

AVON - For all your Avon needs please call Carolyn Terrell 859-289-7446. TFN

REAL ESTATE

Lake Road/Lakeshore Drive, Carlisle - Former country club building on 2.6 acres, with large storage building and paved parking. Many potential uses. $200,000

Main St., Millersburg - High traffic location! Well maintained building with office and garage. $110,000

612 N. Broadway, Carlisle - Attractive 3br, large family room, appliances, garage, rear deck. Reduced to $84,000

301 S. Walnut St.,Carlisle - Nice 4br, with 2 baths, den with fireplace, spacious family room/LR combo. $79,000

Aster Court, Lake Carnico - Mostly wooded building lot. $ 7,500

Contact Vince @ Vince Wells Real Estate & Auction 859-289-5594

FOR RENT

FOR RENT – 3 BR House in Carlisle. $350 per month plus deposit. Call 859-289-7529. 12/18

SERVICES

Need a cake , Any Kind?

Red Velvet, Carrot, Jame, Italian Cream, Amazin Raisin all kinds of Decorated cakes. Just give me a call any time. My Number is 289-5357. Wanda Thornsburg. 12/7

FURNITURE REPAIR and refinishing. Rick’s Antique Refinishing. 859-289-7052. TFN

HOME, AUTO, BUSINESS and Workers Comp Insurance. Top quality companies including The Hartford, Safeco, GMAC, Travelers and more. Call us at 859-289-5594 for a quote or get yours online at www.vincewellsrealestate.com 24 hours per day.

Vince Wells Insurance 110 South Broadway Carlisle, KY 40311.

HELP WANTED

Volunteers are needed at the Community Action Council Nicholas County Center to help with the clothing bank, food baskets and to prepare taxes for working families (no accounting experience required). Please contact Angie Schalch, Center Manager, at 859-289-7172 or by e-mail at aschalch@commaction.org

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Top News

County considers draft of public nuisance ordinance

by Stephen Scalf

editor@carlisle-courier.com

During the fiscal court’s Feb. 14 regular monthly meeting, County Attorney Dawn C. Letcher reviewed a draft copy of a public nuisance ordinance with the fiscal court members, explaining that the county is authorized und chapter 82 of the Kentucky Revised Statute to establish and enforce ordinances that include criminal punishment (such as fines) for violators.

The ordinance, as written described six types of nuisances, but Ms. Letcher felt that the fiscal court should review and better define the roles and responsibilities of individuals charged with identifying violators, inspecting the properties accused of violating the ordinance, serving notice of violation, and hearing appeals.

The portion of the ordinance that led to a majority of the discussion was that trash and rubbish would not be permitted to be stored in plain view of the road or a neighboring property, and that no more than three junked, scrapped, or otherwise inoperable vehicles of pieces of equipment would be permitted to be stored on a piece of property.


Cheerleaders take fifth at state

by Stephen Scalf

editor@carlisle-courier.com

Friday morning, the Nicholas County cheerleaders headed out for Bowling Green to compete in the 2012 KAPOS State At-Large Competition, held in Western Kentucky University’s Diddle Arena.

This was only the fourth time in the high school’s history that the cheerleaders had advanced onto state after winning the region, with previous appearances in 1983, 1984 and 2005, but each time falling short of the coveted championship trophy.

This year, with the young ladies participating in the Super Large category for the first time the Lady Jackets brought home a trophy, placing 5th behind Pleasure Ridge Park, Butler Traditional, Daviess County and Prestonsburg High Schools.

"No clue how it happened," posted senior Destiney Johnson, "But so worth it to take home that trophy."


Fiscal court reaches interim agreement with NCAWS

In last Tuesday’s regular meeting of the fiscal court, Ms. Betsy Kelley was invited to address the magistrates and introduced herself as the new president of the Nicholas County Animal Welfare Society (NCAWS).

"I am here hoping to make a new start with the fiscal court," Ms. Kelley said. "The purpose for which NCAWS was formed was to protect and find homes for as many dogs as possible. We are respectfully requesting access to the dogs so we can make sure they are healthy, can be trained to walk on a leash, and evaluate our ability to find a new home for them."

Magistrate Jeff Randolph was one of the first to speak, stating that he knew there had been problems in the past, but that if there are volunteers in the community who are willing to help at the shelter, it just would be wise for the fiscal court to turn this down.

Magistrate Mike Webb had some reservations: "If it all works out, this could be a good thing; but if something goes wrong, it could become a major problem, creating a liability issue for the fiscal court."


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