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  • Grand Illusion Magic Show this weekend

    With spellbinding illusions, mesmerizing magic and logic-defying stunts, Roger and Lee Ann’s Grand Illusion Magic Show, will amaze you and keep you coming back for more.
    With over 30 years of experience, Roger is the only 60 year old magician in the United States still performing Harry Houdini’s classic death-defying Milk Can Escape.
    Houdini originally performed this exhibition in St. Louis, Mo. in 1906. Over 100 years later, Roger continues to defy reality.

  • Plans announced for Bluegrass Community Walk for tsunami relief

    Concerned citizens in the Bluegrass region wishing to show their support for the victims of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear plant damage in Japan will have an opportunity to on Saturday, March 26 at the Bluegrass Community Walk for Tsunami Relief.  
    The walk will begin at 10 a.m. at Coldstream Park. The walk is a free community event. Donations for Japan disaster relief will be accepted by the Bluegrass Chapter of the American Red Cross.

  • Salato Wildlife Education Center offers ‘Get on Board’ fisheries exhibit

    The Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort announces a new, interactive exhibit.
    “Get on Board” greets visitors by inviting them to enter the exhibit through the mouth of a huge Kentucky spotted bass and into an operating fish hatchery. Visitors will enjoy a hands-on learning experience about the efforts of fisheries biologists from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources to manage and maintain healthy fish populations.

  • KSNPC to dedicate 60th preserve in Calloway County

    The Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission (KSNPC) will conduct a public meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 24, in the conference room of the commission, Frankfort.
    KSNPC will note a milestone in its 35-year history when it dedicates the 192-acre Blood River State Nature Preserve. The preserve, located in Calloway County, is the 60th preserve to be dedicated by the commission, allowing for the protection of a rare acid seep community and the endemic Blood River crayfish. Currently, the commission manages over 25,000 acres of land throughout Kentucky.

  • Dead animal removal donation

    County Judge-Executive Alex Barnett received a $5,000 check from Paul Tucker on behalf of the Soil Conservation service to aid the county in the  dead animal removal project. Tom Zack Evans (pictured between Tucker and Barnett) was acknowledged for the $7,500 that Ag Development had donated late last year for the project. Also picture is Eddie Million from Soil Conservation and Magistrate William Fritz.

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  • HUD honors housing agencies for superior performance

    The Kentucky field Office the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) presented awards for excellence in management to several housing agencies at the Kentucky Housing Association (KHA) Conference held Feb. 9-11 in Lexington. The awardees are selected and recognized annually by the Office of Public Housing within the Kentucky office.

  • Kearns stepping down as chairman of the Harrison County Commission on Aging

    After over five years as chairman of the Harrison County Commission on Aging board, Tommy Kearns is stepping down from that post.
    Kearns will continue to serve on the board, however, he is turning his gavel over to Beth Laytart, who has assumed the chairman’s position. Kearns has served on the board for over 10 years.

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