Governor Beshear Reports 679 More COVID cases and 8 more deaths

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Aug. 14, 2020) – Gov. Andy Beshear on Friday updated Kentuckians on the state’s continuing efforts to fight the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) in the commonwealth. “In my core, I want to get our kids back in classes. I want to get my kids back in class,” said Gov. Beshear. “My job is…

New Travel Lanes Opening on US 68 Project in Nicholas County

Watch for traffic switch Thursday at county line, KY 648 FLEMINGSBURG, Ky. (Aug. 12, 2020) – Drivers using US 68 through Nicholas County should watch for traffic changes this week as contractors begin opening the new US 68 reconstruction project. Beginning about 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, travel lanes along two miles of the new…

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After a long battle, Jeanne Mirabito, founder and President of Our Mims Retirement Haven has succumbed to cancer.

Laura Fallis, Vice President said, “Our hearts are broken, but her spirit will be our guiding light as we continue on with her dream”.  Ann Cheek, Director of Barn Operations,”My heart breaks.  She was my dear friend and I miss her.  I’ll do everything I can to keep her heart in The Haven barn so…

Millersburg Post Office Is Operating At The Paris Facility

WARREN TAYLOR | Citizen Staff   The Paris Post Office recently received an unexpected delivery, its neighbor to the northeast, the Millersburg Post Office. The Millersburg Post Office, located at 425 Main St., has been closed since late July due to structural damage. “The building housing the Millersburg Post Office sustained widespread water damage, over…

Paris Independent Offers Distance Learning Until September 28

Governor announced at his press conference Monday that he is recommending that no in-person classes should take place until September 28th at the earliest. Originally, the Paris Independent Schools had offered an option to learn in person or virtually. “We will follow this recommendation,” stated Paris City School Superintendent Stephen McCauley in a letter to…

Bourbon County School Board Votes For Virtual Learning

With the board’s vote tonight I hope everyone understands that virtual learning this year will be much different than last year. Virtual learning this year will be students getting instruction from a teacher teaching live via video. It will not be packets. You will be amazed at what teachers will be able to do using…

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Bourbon County School Board Votes For Virtual Learning

With the board’s vote tonight I hope everyone understands that virtual learning this year will be much different than last year. Virtual learning this year will be students getting instruction from a teacher teaching live via video. It will not be packets. You will be amazed at what teachers will be able to do using technology with live instruction, online resources and more. Hopefully the virus will die down in the next month or two and we can get back to in person instruction.
——Travis Earlywine
See details in The Bourbon County Citizen, July 23rd issue.
You can watch the meeting via youtube at:

https://youtu.be/GXKgOzeU4_8