The company is in the final stages of securing a location within the La Center city limits for a permanent structure that will operate as a bakery & delicatessen. The project completion goal is currently set for Fall 2018.
Since becoming president of West Kentucky Community and Technical College, Dr. Anton R. Reece has travelled throughout the Heartland, meeting educators, community leaders, parents, students and others to learn about the education and training needs of western Kentucky.
Ronnie Giles is proud to announce that he has filed his paperwork to run for the office of Ballard County Sheriff. Giles started his career in 1991 under Sheriff Herby Vance. In 2004, Giles was assigned to the Kentucky State Police Drug Enforcement Special Investigations Unit as a Detective. He was responsible for 18 Counties, including Ballard.
Candidate for Magistrate District 5 are Lawrence Otey (D), Homer Leon Story (D) and incumbent Dee Hazlewood (D) *
Holly Oldham Dunker and Kim Story Graves will be on the ballot in November for the Ballard Circuit Clerk position
Ballard Co. Court Clerk candidates are Bruce Taffer and Kendra Humphrey Cunningham and Katie Mercer.
Cooper's career as Magistrate began in 2006. He initially decided to run for magistrate because he felt his experience in operating a successful business for more than 27 years, Cooper Lumber in Barlow, has given him hands-on experience and knowledge in business management that can positively impact Ballard County, which he still believes today.
Todd Cooper, former Ballard Co. Sheriff and current Ballard Co Judge/Executive, would like to announce that he has filed papers to run for the office of Ballard Co. Judge Executive, in 2018. The four year term begins January 1, 2019.
Hayden (formerly Ray) grew up in Kevil and graduated from Ballard Memorial High School in 1972, Murray State University and Salmon P. Chase College of Law (Northern Kentucky University). She began practicing law in 1979.