The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an agreement between the Republican Secretary of State Michael Adams and Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear to hold what will amount to a mail-in primary – a month later than usual.
Woodford County Clerk Sandy Jones said most who vote in the...

The only Woodford County peace officer slain on the job was remembered during a monument rededication ceremony at the Versailles Cemetery Friday, May 15.
The ceremony to honor George Washington Freeman took place on Peace Officers Memorial Day and featured a wreath-lay...

Worshiping carefully

Rulings by a federal judge and a federal appeals court last week mean, at the risk of oversimplification, that Kentuckians can again attend in-person church services.
In his May 8 ruling, U.S. District Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove’s wrote of Gov. And...

The owner of a Lexington company that makes gluten-free food is working with Journey Church to bring free food to Woodford County residents.
Denise Walsh, president of Gluten Free Miracles, said she recently partnered with the National Christian Foundation to form a no...

Woodford Fiscal Court held a first reading Tuesday for a budget with $29,249,670.28 in spending for fiscal year 2021, which begins July 1.
The budget was also discussed by the full court in a “meeting of the whole” earlier that afternoon and is subject to revisions bef...

Beverly Dunn’s death as the result of a May 6 automobile accident on Falling Springs Boulevard has touched many in the community, including a man who knew her and her husband, Larry, through their work for Woodford Habitat for Humanity.
(Dunn’s obituary is on page 6.)
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Beginning next week, bookworms and others who’ve missed the Woodford County Library since it closed March 15 will be able to pick up books and other materials curbside at the main and Midway branches.
Library Director Karen Kasacavage said her full-time employees began...

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, for the first time since the end of World War II, there will be no Woodford County Fair.
Woodford County Fair Association President Mary Lou Watkins told the Sun Monday that the fair board made the decision during an April 28 Zoom meeting....

The Woodford Economic Development Authority (EDA)’s monthly meeting last Friday, April 24, began with Chair John Soper asking for prayers for longtime member Gene Hornback.
Soper and other members offered support for Hornback and his wife, Elaine, without saying what H...

Judge-Executive James Kay gave Woodford Fiscal Court a preview of his proposed fiscal year 2021 budget, saying his choices were painful but financially responsible.
Fiscal year ‘21 begins July 1.
Kay said with payroll taxes plummeting due to the COVID-19-related shutdo...

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