Thursday, September 26, 2002
Kentucky News Briefs
TransCare holds subscription drive
COVINGTON Starting in October, TransCare of Northern Kentucky will conduct its 2003 emergency paramedic services subscription campaign.
TransCare is a private, nonprofit organization that provides emergency paramedic and ambulance
services to Northern Kentucky. Its paramedic service area includes Kenton County and parts of Boone, Campbell, Grant, Bracken, Pendleton and Owen counties.
Annual subscriptions can be purchased for $12 per person or $45 for a family of four or more, according to Sam Gripps, president and CEO of TransCare.
For information, call (859) 392-2805.
Covington's Web site is remodeled
COVINGTON The city's Web site has been revamped. Browsers can have the latest news and information about the city when it becomes available,
Mayor Butch Callery said. The site markets the city as a whole by detailing information about working, living and playing in Covington.
Community organizations also can announce
events through the site's community calendar. Information: (859) 292-2163.
Party celebrates 2nd Renaissance year
COVINGTON The city will mark two years in the Renaissance program with a celebration in Covington's Renaissance area from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday at the Point Pavilion, 624 Scott Blvd.
There will be free beverages, hors d'oeuvres and entertainment.
Winners of Downtown Revitalization Awards will be announced. Motch Jewelers will receive special recognition for doing business in downtown Covington for 145 years.
State now taking sealed bids online
FRANKFORT - Business owners seeking state contracts may now submit sealed bids electronically, the Finance Cabinet said Wednesday.
Vendors must register at a Finance Cabinet Web site: https://ky-purchases.com.
Woman's body, car found in lake
MONTICELLO The body of a 44-year-old woman who was reported missing last week was found Tuesday in a vehicle submerged in Lake Cumberland, Kentucky State Police said.
The body of Barbara Worley of Monticello was in her vehicle submerged off the Mystic View boat ramp.
An autopsy has been scheduled, but police do not suspect foul play.
Federal money goes to police agencies
LOUISVILLE - The U.S. Department of Justice awarded $7.1 million to Kentucky for community policing efforts in 2002.
The grants were given to 32 police and sheriff's departments to increase the number of officers on the streets and in schools.
The program, Community Oriented Policing Services, or COPS, also offers training and technical assistance.
State's West Nile cases rise to 27
FRANKFORT - Two elderly people in Simpson and Edmonson counties apparently have been infected by the West Nile virus, state health officials say.
They brought to 27 the number of probable or confirmed Kentucky cases of West Nile infection.
Four people have died in Kentucky.
From staff and wire reports
Convention center expansion has money issues
Mount Rumpke's owners squeezed for space
What a dump: Some make a stink
Accused killer wants search voided
Anti-abuse class put in schools
Flag dragged, but no arrests made this time
Kentucky physician accused in drug case
Obituary: Katharine Thomas Nyce, arts advocate
Police unit assigned to all home invasions
Tristate A.M. Report
TV, radio ads recruit minorities for police force
PULFER: 'It's my name'
RADEL: Big Red Machine
42 homes pegged for buyout
Co-founder of Sorg Opera, others win arts awards
Retired firefighter still helps out
Sheriff: Nursing license fake
Training center to ease pressure
West Chester barn will be preserved
Doomed Ohioan denies guilt
Lawyers oppose IQ as sole factor in assessing mental retardation
Truants' parents may be charged
Water park fire accidental
Airport security director named
Anti-porn groups link up to fight adult businesses
Kentucky News Briefs
Lucas named on 'dirty dozen' list
Officer accused of DUI quits
Patton accuser vows fight
Prosecutor seeks death penalty in stabbing case
Waterfront gets a splash of history