Monday, November 30, 2015

Area deaths

Edward D. Hinchee, 67, of Harrisburg, Ill., formerly of Marion, died Monday. Gilbert Funeral Home in Marion is in charge of arrangements.

St. Mary doesn't show up for basketball game

Crittenden County's girls' basketball team was warming up this evening and readying for its opening game of the season against Paducah St. Mary, but the Lady Vikings never showed up.

The game was scheduled for Monday night as a junior varsity and varsity doubleheader. It was to tip off at 6pm.

Both Crittenden County and St. Mary had the game listed on their respective schedules on the Kentucky High School Athletic Association's official Web site.

When St. Mary didn't show up as game time approached, Crittenden County Athletic Director Angela Starnes contacted a St. Mary athletic official who was unable to explain exactly why the basketball team was a no show.

Somehow the scheduled game was overlooked, Starnes explained.

The Crittenden athletic director said she will be in contact with KHSAA officials tomorrow to determine what happens with regard to this game. Starnes said neither she nor 23-year Lady Rocket coach Shannon Hodge had ever encountered a situation like this.

Whether the game will be made up at a later date, become a forfeit or whether a fine might be assessed against St. Mary for missing Monday's scheduled game has yet to be determined, Starnes said.

The Lady Rockets will play at Dawson Springs Tuesday night and the Rockets are scheduled to host Webster County Tuesday at Marion.

Basketball season opens tonight

Crittenden County's basketball season officially opens tonight as the Lady Rockets host St. Mary for a JV-Varsity doubleheader starting at 6pm at Rocket Arena.

City asks for no Main Street parking Saturday

The City of Marion is asking people in town Saturday afternoon to not park along Main Street after 3 p.m., as that will be the route of the Christmas parade that begins after dark at 5 p.m. Workers will be blocking off those spots, so the city is asking for the cooperation of downtown patrons that day.

LCMS Academic Performance Committee meets

Livingston County Middle School's Academic Performance Committee will meet on Monday, December 7, January 4, February 1, March 7, April 11, and May 2 at 3:15 p.m. in the Cardinal Room Annex. All parents, community members, and staff are invited to attend.

Main Lake Road re-opened today

Main Lake Road in southern Crittenden County has re-opened to traffic today. The road had been closed several weeks while repairs to decking of a bridge over Caldwell Springs Creek was repaired.

"The project turned out fantastic," Crittenden County Judge-Executive Perry Newcom said today.

Area death

Frances Joyce, 92, of Dycusburg died Sunday. Lakeland Funeral Home in Eddyville is in charge of arrangements.

KDFWR Hunter Course Here Dec. 15, 17, 19

Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife will be holding a Hunter Education Class from 6pm to 9pm, on Tuesday, Dec. 15 and Thursday, Dec. 17; and at 10am on Saturday, Dec. 19.

The class is free and participants must go online to the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wild life website to pre-register.

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Area Death

Walzie W. Hosick, 93, of Salem died Saturday. Boyd Funeral Directors and Cremation Services is in charge of arrangements. 

Friday, November 27, 2015

Area death

James “Jimmy” Orville Downs, 82, of Salem died Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015 at Crittenden Hospital. Boyd Funeral Directors and Cremation Services in Salem is in charge of arrangements.

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Black Friday in Marion!

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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Area death

Maggie Dell Runyan, 94, died Nov. 22 at the Good Samaritan Home in Fort Collins, Colo. Burial will be in Maroin at Mapleview Cemetery. She was the wife of former Marion Postmaster, the late Edward A. Runyan.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

What's news this week in Crittenden County...

CCES second-graders offer their take on
How to Cook a Turkey this Thanksgiving
It’s difficult to think of anything more traditional on Thanksgiving in America than turkey and the fixings with the family gathered around the table.

But after almost 400 years since the first Thanksgiving on our shores, methods for cooking the holiday bird are as varied as the make-up of our country’s population. While slow-roasting in the oven seems to remain the preferred method, in recent years, deep frying has become popular.

One Crittenden County Elementary School student has his own unique method: “First, you shoot a turkey. Next, you clean the turkey. Then, you boil it in a pot. Last, you can cut it into strips and put ranch on it,” offers second-grader Quinn.

In fact, The Crittenden Press asked all second graders at CCES for their turkey recipes, and local students’ directions on “How to Cook a Turkey” are no less entertaining than those read long ago each Thanksgiving season by the late Johnny Carson on “The Tonight Show.”

While some students prefer to cook their turkeys on a low heat, like 6 or maybe 15 degrees, others preferred a flash-roasting method, though most conventional ovens don’t reach 700 degrees. A few young chefs would opt to shoot and kill their own turkey, though not forgetting to shave the bird before cooking it.

Eggs seemed to be a popular stuffing, and jalapenos even made the mix. Butter, salt and pepper to taste. And don’t forget dessert and a prayer.

For student's instructions on How to Cook a Turkey in their own words, as well as the following headlines, see this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • K-PREP AWARDS: CCMS honors student for performance on state test. Did your child's make the list?
  • Yooper trooper: Upper Peninsula native Graves settling into KSP, Kentucky living.
  • Burglars’ weekend targets include Country Club home, Marion BBQ.
  • Boy, woman in trouble for tossing tobacco-filled balloons into jail.
  • December should see bridge progress.
  • SPORTS: See our special section featuring a preview of CCHS winter sports, including basketball.
  • OPINION: This year’s buzz word not even a word at all.
  • Double blessings: Pair of cousins’ pregnancy miracles follow adoptions.
  • Public library saves readers estimated $670,000 annually.
  • Quality Day Care selling, Bright Beginnings to open next week.
  • Marion native to perform at Macy’s parade.
  • Local 4-H’er places first at state level.
  • 4-H members recognized for their accomplishments.
  • Shelter offering half-price adoptions.
  • Two charged in Smithland assault.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Taverns, distilleries once thrived in Marion
  • IN PICTURES: CCMS Homecoming courts.
  • OPINION: True thanks goes to Christ this holiday.
  • Marion insurance agent receives top honors from Independent Insurance Agents of Kentucky.

Area death

Nancy L. McKinney, 66, of Henderson, formerly of Marion, died Tuesday. Gilbert Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Black Friday at Johnson's

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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

New Year Celebration in Marion

With Ridin' Shotgun !

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Monday, November 23, 2015

City council meets Tuesday

Marion City Council will meet in special session at 5 p.m. Tuesday at city hall to consider a resolution to submit a 911 grant application.

Area deaths

Clarence Lewis Adams, 78, of Marion died Friday. Gilbert Funeral Home in Marion is in charge of arrangements.

Stephanie Ann Gibbs, 42, of Henderson died Saturday. Whitsell Funeral Home in Morganfield is in charge of arrangements.

Margaret Todd, 62, of Marion died Saturday. Morgan Funeral Home in Eddyville is in charge of arrangements.

Darrell Alvey, 49, of Murray died Monday. Boyd Funeral Directors in Salem is in charge of arrangements.

Deadline today for Grand Marshal nominees

The Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominees Grand Marshal of the Christmas Parade 2015, slated for December 5 at 5pm. Below is listed the standards to be considered for this position.  Please send your candidate choice today to:

Crittenden County Chamber of Commerce
Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 164, Marion, KY  42064
susan@crittendenchamber.org

Applications for parade entries may be picked up at the Welcome Center.


Standards To Consider for the Grand Marshal Award
GRAND MARSHAL – This recognition is presented to an individual or group who has consistently made a difference in our community but has not received public recognition for their contributions.  Often this will be the person who gets the project completed or makes sure everything is done with little or no self promoting.  Many times this person or group work on their own time and generally is not compensated.  They go beyond the normal demands and may also involve service to country, to a non-profit or positions achieved on state, national or international level.

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Saturday, November 21, 2015

Girls' Basketball Scrimmages Today

 High school girls' basketball scrimmages today Rocket Arena and CCMS.

                                    Rocket Arena                        
10:00 a.m.                  Crittenden vs. Hickman
11:00 a.m.                  Livingston vs. Carlisle
12 noon                      Crittenden vs. Mayfield

                                    M.S. Gym
10:00 a.m.                  Livingston vs. Mayfield
11:00 a.m.                  Caldwell vs. Hickman           

12 noon                      Caldwell vs. Carlisle 

Friday, November 20, 2015

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Thanksgiving holiday closings

For next week’s Thanksgiving holiday, most local businesses and public offices will be closed. In fact, many will be closed from Thanksgiving Day until Monday.

Federal offices, including post offices, will be closed only Thanksgiving Day. They should be open regular business hours on the Friday and Saturday following the holiday.

Meantime, all city, county and state offices will be closed both next Thursday and Friday for the holiday. Courthouse offices normally open on Saturday will also remain closed immediately following the holiday.

The Crittenden Press will also be closed next Thursday and Friday for the holiday. The advertising deadline for the Dec. 1 issue of The Early Bird will be at noon Wednesday.

Crittenden County public office closings will be as follows:

Wednesday
  • Crittenden Circuit Clerk closing at noon.
  • Crittenden County Clerk closing at noon.
Thursday
  • All city offices closed.
  • All county offices closed.
  • Crittenden County Cooperative Extension Service closed.
  • Crittenden County Senior Citizens Center closed.
  • Crittenden County Public Library closed.
  • All state offices closed.
  • All federal offices, including post offices closed.
Friday
  • All city offices closed.
  • All county offices closed.
  • Crittenden County Cooperative Extension Service closed.
  • Crittenden County Senior Citizens Center closed.
  • Crittenden County Public Library closed.
  • All state offices closed.
  • Federal offices, including post offices are open.
Saturday
  • All courthouse offices normally open on Saturdays closed.
  • Crittenden County Public Library is open.

Junior Pro Awards, Equipment Return

Crittenden County’s Junior Pro football teams and cheerleaders will have their annual awards ceremony at 6 p.m., Monday, Nov. 23 at the high school’s multi-purpose room.

Players are required to return their equipment at this event or drop it off at The Crittenden Press office prior to that date.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Road work to close Ky. 654

A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to close a section of Ky. 654 in Crittenden County on Monday and Tuesday. The closure was originally scheduled for this week, but heavy rains delayed the project.

Ky. 654 will be closed at the Tribune Creek Bridge just off Ky. 120 to allow base repair work to be followed by paving. Ky. 654 will be closed at 7:30 a.m. Monday. The contractor will mill out the area, then place several layers of asphalt to provide a new base layer to be followed by additional layers of asphalt to create a new driving surface on Tuesday.

The roadway will remain closed overnight. It is expected to reopen to normal traffic flow late on Tuesday afternoon.

Message boards have been placed at each end of this section of Ky. 654 to alert motorists to this planned closure on Monday and Tuesday.

This project was originally scheduled for this week, but had to be postponed due to weather.

CHS: Professional close-to-home care

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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Main Lake Road still closed

This week's soggy weather has delayed progress on the bridge over Caldwell Springs Creek along Main Lake Road, keeping the road closed for a couple of more weeks. Crittenden County Road Department Foreman Audi Maraman said he expects the bridge to be completed and the road reopened sometime between Nov. 30 and Dec. 4. The decking is being replaced and concrete work on the approaches has to be completed before the road can be opened to traffic.

Man hurt in early-morning wreck

Kentucky State Police are investigating a single-vehicle, injury-collision that occurred around the 6900 block of U.S. 641 at 6:24 a.m. today

The preliminary investigation revealed that Jacob L. McMican, 25, of Marion was operating a 2010 Dodge Ram pickup truck southbound on U.S. 641 when the vehicle dropped off the right shoulder of the roadway. It struck an earthen embankment and came to rest off the roadway in a ditch.      

McMican, who was wearing a seatbelt, was transported via ambulance to Crittenden Health Systems for treatment.

Trooper Joe Bartolotti is investigating the collision. Crittenden County EMS and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet assisted at the scene.

What's news this week in Crittenden County...

After more than a year of negotiations, Crittenden Health Systems (CHS) has signed a contract to turn operation and management of the local ambulance service over to health care giant Baptist Health of Louisville. The ambulance service will be directly managed by Baptist Health Madisonville.

For more on this story and the following headlines, pick up a copy of this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • Dunbars bring home adopted daughter after several hurdles.
  • Marion alcohol petition still out.
  • County rates low for child well-being.
  • Man seriously hurt in deer crash.
  • Stevens of ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ duo sentenced.
  • Pair of married couples indicted.
  • IN PICTURES: Veterans Day 2015.
  • Grant for Riverview boat dock denied.
  • $20,000 in guns, items stolen in Livingston.
  • Magistrates okay proposal to install energy-saving device at Crittenden Detention Center.
  • Speed bump would keep Carlisle safer.
  • Measure would set electrical inspection amounts.
  • City, county make board appointments.
  • Ford honored by firefighters.
  • Churches lead way in Thanksgiving meals, services.
  • 43 million to take to road over holiday; traffic enforcement stepped up to cope.
  • Most public offices to take two days off for Thanksgiving.
  • Rescue squad chief concerned over plans to convert headquarters to jail.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Marion’s early days hosted important events.
  • DEER SEASON: See who bagged a deer over opening weekend.
  • SPORTS: Alumni hoops showdown Jan. 6.
  • SPORTS: Rocket season ends at Bethlehem.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Ready for some basketball?

UPDATE: Game will be here


The Rocket basketball season starts warming up tonight with a scrimmage game at Rocket Arena vs. Christian Fellowship School. Tipoff is at 6pm.

This game was originally scheduled to be played on the road, but the venue was changed about 1pm Tuesday.


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Monday, November 16, 2015

OPEN HOUSE THIS WEEKEND

Local man injured in deer crash

A Marion man was seriously injured just before 11 p.m., Sunday night when his pickup truck collided with a deer.

Chad A. Jackson, 21, was taken to Deaconess Hospital in Evansville with multiple injuries after the deer came through his front windshield. The crash happened last night about 11pm.

See this week's printed edition of The Crittenden Press for more details.

Governor orders flags to half staff


Gov. Steve Beshear has directed that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff today through sunset on Thursday in honor of the victims of last week’s attack in Paris, France.

“Our hearts and prayers go out to the family and friends of the victims of last week’s unfathomable attack in Paris,” said Gov. Beshear. “Through acts of support such as this, we join the rest of the world in standing with the people of France, and demonstrating that this unspeakable violence will never be tolerated.”

Gov. Beshear encourages individuals, businesses, organizations and government agencies to join in this tribute.

Serving the area's healthcare needs

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Hodges Weekend Sale!

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Sunday, November 15, 2015

Parade entries due by November 23

The Marion Christmas Parade will be held at 5 p.m., on Saturday, Dec. 5.

Anyone interested in participating as a parade entry can use the link below for an application form. Or you may pick up a form at Partners Insurance at 221 E Bellville St. The insurance company is the parade's corporate sponsor this year. Forms should be returned or emailed to Partners Insurance.

For more information, email info@partnersinsurancemarion.com.

Deadline to enter is November 23.

APPLICATION FORM
http://www.the-press.com/ParadeApp15.pdf


Friday, November 13, 2015

Open House Tomorrow in Marion

OLD SHADY GROVE ROAD
SATURDAY, NOV. 14

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Portion of Ky. 654 to be closed Monday

A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to close a section of Ky. 654 in Crittenden County on Monday and Tuesday.

Ky. 654 will be closed at the Tribune Creek Bridge near the road's intersection with Ky. 120. This is between mile-point 0.0 and mile-point 0.092 and will allow base repair work to be followed by paving.

Ky. 654 will be closed at 7:30 a.m. on Monday. The contractor will mill out the area, then place several layers of asphalt to provide a new base layer to be followed by additional layers of asphalt to create a new driving surface on Tuesday.

The roadway will remain closed overnight. It is expected to reopen to normal traffic flow late on Tuesday afternoon.

Message boards have been place along Ky. 654 to alert motorists to this planned closure on Monday and Tuesday.

KSP warns motorists of increased deer activity

Kentucky State Police is urging all motorists to be aware of the increased dangers posed by deer wandering onto roadways starting this weekend with the opening of deer season and continuing through December.

“Two factors combine to boost the chances that motorists may encounter these animals during this time of the year: mating season and hunting season” says KSP Sgt. Michael Webb. “This results in increased movement that presents hazards to deer, vehicles and drivers.”

Modern gun season in Kentucky starts Saturday. November is peak month for deer collisions.

Nationally, about 1.6 million vehicle-deer collisions occur each year, resulting in about 150 deaths and $3.6 billion in damage. The national average cost-per-claim is $4,135.

“A collision with a deer can cause extensive vehicle damage such as a crushed front end or punctured radiator to severe hood, windshield and roof damage,” says Webb. “The human costs can be very serious as well.”

In 2014, Kentucky recorded 3,092 vehicle-deer collisions, an increase of 128 crashes compared to 2013 statistics. Three people were killed and 115 injured.

During the past five years, Boone County led the state in deer collisions with an average of 148 per year. Hopkins County posted 122 followed by Jefferson County with 103, Campbell County with 97 and Hardin County with 96.

According to State Farm Insurance Company, Kentucky is ranked 14th in the country for the most deer collisions. The odds that drivers in the state will hit a deer are one in 113.

To avoid becoming a statistic, KSP offers the following defensive driving tips for motorists to reduce their chances of hitting a deer:
  • Be extra cautious in the early morning and evening hours. Deer are most active during these low-light periods when motorists see worst and reaction time is slow.
  • Stay alert when driving through a known deer-crossing zone. If you see one deer, look for more. They often travel in herds.
  • Drive at a moderate speed, especially on roads bordering woodlands, parklands, golf courses and streams. However, remember that many deer crashes occur on busy highways near cities.
  • Use high beam headlights if there is no oncoming traffic. High beams will reflect in the eyes of deer on or near the roadway, providing increased driver reaction time.
  • Upon seeing a deer, immediately slow down. Do not swerve -- this could confuse the deer about where to run. It could also cause you to lose control and hit a tree or another car. It is generally safer to hit the deer rather than running off the road or risking injury to other motorists.
  • Deer are often unpredictable, especially when faced with blinding headlights, loud horns and fast-moving vehicles. Don't expect them to stay where they are. They can dart in front of you at the last moment, stop in the middle of the road, cross quickly and return to the road or even move toward an approaching vehicle.
  • Deer whistles on cars provide little help and blowing the car horn doesn't always solve the problem. Blowing the horn may cause them to move, but not necessarily in the direction you want.
  • Always wear your safety belt. Historically, most people injured or killed in deer/auto collisions were not properly restrained.

Playoff Game Location Update

The Rocket football playoff game tonight at Bardstown against Bethlehem High School will be played at the field, which is a few blocks from the high school. The address is 407 South 3rd Street, Bardstown.

Police release burglary video



SEE MORE VIDEO FOOTAGE FROM THIS EVENT AT THE LINKS BELOW


Burglary at Marion Discout Tobacco at approximately 3am, Sunday, Nov. 1 
on Sturgis Road in Marion, Ky. Call Marion Police Department 
at 270-965-3500 with information. Reward if tip leads to arrest.

Office help wanted



Larry A. Orr, CPA, P.S.C.
Certified Public Accountant

is looking for Full Time Employee

We are looking for a Secretary/Bookkeeper/Staff Accountant.

Experience is preferred but not required.

Pay will be compensatory to skill level.

Computer and adding machine skills are a must!

BENEFITS ARE AVAILABLE!

Come by the office and fill out an application and bring your resume.

Larry A. Orr, CPA, P.S.C.
Certified Public Accountant
211 South Main Street
Marion, KY 42064

Open: Monday thru Friday 8:00am-5:00pm

Phone: 270-965-5276
Fax: 270-965-5278

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Nominations sought for parade marshal

The Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominees Grand Marshal of the Christmas Parade 2015, slated for December 5 at 5pm. Below is listed the standards to be considered for this position.  Please send your candidate choice by November 23 to:

Crittenden County Chamber of Commerce
Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 164, Marion, KY  42064
susan@crittendenchamber.org

Applications for parade entries may be picked up at the Welcome Center.


Standards To Consider for the Grand Marshal Award
GRAND MARSHAL – This recognition is presented to an individual or group who has consistently made a difference in our community but has not received public recognition for their contributions.  Often this will be the person who gets the project completed or makes sure everything is done with little or no self promoting.  Many times this person or group work on their own time and generally is not compensated.  They go beyond the normal demands and may also involve service to country, to a non-profit or positions achieved on state, national or international level.



Ky. 91 North to be milled, paved this week

Ky. 91 North/West Bellville Street in Marion will be paved this week. Kentucky Transportation spokesman Keith Todd said Rogers Group on Friday will be milling a section of the road from the stoplight about 0.67 miles north to the Crooked Creek bridge at the city limit and then paving the stretch on Saturday, weather permitting. There will be no parking Friday and until paving is complete Saturday along West Bellville Street.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

JUST POSTED: Sports Action Photos

Community salutes local veterans


Veterans Day was marked in Crittenden County earlier today with public ceremonies at Rocket Arena and the Mapleview Cemetery war memorial. The event offered by the school system featured students from Denis Hodge's military history class portraying a variety of characters (below), including soldiers from America's wars. The annual American Legion Post 111 service at the war memorial followed a more traditional format, with surviving veterans from respective periods honored with a modest ceremony (top and bottom). Find more photos in next week's issue of The Crittenden Press.


Police release burglary video




SEE MORE VIDEO FOOTAGE FROM THIS EVENT AT THE LINKS BELOW


Burglary at Marion Discout Tobacco at approximately 3am, Sunday, Nov. 1 
on Sturgis Road in Marion, Ky. Call Marion Police Department 
at 270-965-3500 with information. Reward if tip leads to arrest.

What's news this week in Crittenden County...

Click here to watch Mattoon native Brandi Travis on Fox Business Network.

Tired of fantasy football? Crittenden County graduate Brandi Travis has a place for you to play your heart, soul and mind on politics instead of sports. It’s betting on who will be the next President, and much more.

For more on this story and the following headlines, see this week's issue of The Crittenden Press:
  • God guides international adoption path for Hugheses.
  • Coal climate putting 140 more area miners out of work.
  • Two charged Friday with drug trafficking.
  • MPD releases video of store burglary.
  • School to dismiss early this Friday.
  • Influx of dogs, cats swamping shelter.
  • E911 coordinator: Unmarked address can cost a life.
  • Local man dies on motorcycle.
  • FORGOTTEN PASSAGES: Way we speak can offer clues to region we call home.
  • Young cheerleaders earn pep prizes.
  • DEER HUNTING: Rileys take trophies ahead of time.
  • DEER HUNTING: Big Buck Contest means $1,000 for trophy
  • DEER HUNTING: Deer Expo Friday at Marion Baptist Church
  • DEER HUNTING: Kentucky deer hunting Q&A.
  • SPORTS: Rockets drop Caverna; next are Eagles.

Buck Expo Friday Night !

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Governor encourages veteran recognition

The Crittenden Press salutes all of
our vetarans today and every day
In honor of Veterans Day, Gov. Steve Beshear is encouraging Kentuckians to recognize the courage, dedication and sacrifice of our soldiers and veterans.

“Kentucky is home to more than 331,000 living veterans, and each of them deserves our utmost gratitude and respect,” said Gov. Beshear. “On this Veterans Day, Jane and I urge you to honor our service members and give thanks to those who sacrificed so much for our freedoms.”

Gov. Beshear has proclaimed this week as Veterans Week in Kentucky, and the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs is hosting several events and ceremonies throughout the week at state veterans nursing homes and cemeteries. Go to http://veterans.ky.gov for more information.

Recently, Gov. Beshear released a special commentary on veterans, recognizing their service and the administration’s efforts to support veterans and their families. To view, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmISQrHsxPY.