Gov. Beshear: Kentucky Preparing for COVID-19 Case Surge

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Oct. 20, 2020) – Gov. Andy Beshear on Tuesday said as COVID-19 cases continue to increase, the state is beginning to prepare for a fall and winter surge in cases. The First Family all tested negative for COVID-19 again today. Today marks the fourth-highest number of daily COVID-19 cases reported in the commonwealth,…

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Joetta Fryman

Joetta Fryman, 68, widow of Jimmy Fryman, passed away peacefully at 9:30, Tuesday October 20, 2020 at her home. A native Harlan, KY. She was the daughter of the late Clarence and Zelma Payne. She is survived by two sons David Blake and Bubba (Tanya) Blake; one daughter Melissa (Shawn) Arnold; three step children, Eddie…

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Janet Lee Breuning

Janet Mitchell Breunig, 58, Paris, died Friday, October 9, at UK Medical Center. She was born March 9, 1962, in Nicholas County. She was manager of JoAnn Fabrics in Lexington, and retired from the University of Kentucky. A graduate of Bourbon County High School, she studied Web Programming and Design at Bluegrass Community Technical College.…

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Odell Reed Cosby

Odell Reed Cosby, Sr., 64, died Thursday, October 15, 2020 at the Bourbon Community Hospital, Paris, KY. A native of Mt. Sterling, KY, he was the son of Laura Franks and the late Raymond Cosby.  He was a construction worker and landscaper.  He loved watching sports, especially the Cleveland Browns, track and field and basketball. …

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Brittany Anne Wood-Owens

Brittany Anne Wood-Owens, 41, daughter of Johnny (Janie) Wood and Anne Wagoner Hunt, died Saturday, October 17, 2020 peacefully in her home, Paris, KY. She was born in Cynthiana, KY and was a Certified Nursing Assistant having worked at the Bourbon Community Hospital. She was a graduate of Bourbon County High School and the Harrison…

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Bourbon County Health Dept. Provides COVID-19 Update

COVID 19 update (October 16) Today the Health Department only received 1 case of COVID 19. This person is following isolation orders and recovering at home. Nine of the current cases have fully recovered and have been released off isolation. Visit the Health Department website at www.bouboncohd.org for a full description of our COVID case…

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KHSAA State Cross Country Meet Will Be Held In Bourbon County

Best High School Distance Runners In The State Of Kentucky Coming To Paris Next Week   NEWS RELEASE | KHSAA   LEXINGTON, KY – After years of hosting the State High School Cross Country Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, this year the best runners and teams around the state will be in…

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Hazel Marie Hinkle

Hazel Marie Hinkle, widow of Melvin Burns Hinkle, passed away Friday, October 9, 202 at Bourbon Heights, where she had made her home for six years.  In addition to her husband, Hazel was preceded in death by her parents, Byron and Virginia Livingood Green; her sister, Imogene Green Merriss; and her precious daughter, Susan Rene’…

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Robert L. Stacy

Robert L. Stacy, 75, beloved husband of Linda L. Stacy, passed away on Oct. 11.  Robert is survived by his wife, five children, 12 grandchildren, eight great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.  Robert was a retired Sears repairman and volunteer fireman.  He was precedent in death by his parents, Ola and Millie Stacy, and two…

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