7-26-2007


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THREE DAYS OF CONCERTS IN GREENVILLE THIS WEEKEND

There will be free concerts this weekend at the Farm Heritage Days, taking place on the American Farm Heritage Museum grounds. Featured is the Carefree Highway Band Saturday night from 6-9PM. Their bluegrass style of music consists of band members Sondra Ash, Larry Berger, Don Douglas, Jim Nicholas and Eddie Stubblefield. Together, they offer more than 85 years of professional musical experience. The western Kentucky group blends traditional and contemporary bluegrass music for a listening audience of all ages.

The concert schedule at the Farm Heritage Days also includes the Prospectors, Friday afternoon at 3PM. On Saturday, the Shoal Creek Band will perform at 10am, with Timber Train at 11am, the Haywire Band at 1PM and the Patsy Cline review at 4PM. On Sunday, the event will offer a traditional gospel program in the morning. For more details on the concert line up in Greenville this weekend, visit www.AmericanFarmHeritageMuseum.org.


POLICE INVESTIGATE VEHICLE BURGLARY AND CREDIT CARD THEFT

Breeann Haberer, of Greenville, reported to Greenville Police Tuesday afternoon, that sometime between 8:30 PM Monday and 2:00 PM Tuesday, an IPOD and adapter and a Tri-fold wallet were removed from her vehicle parked at her residence. The value of the items was estimated at $370.00. Police are investigating.

Donna Pringle of Greenville reported to Greenville Police Tuesday, that her GM Mastercard had been stolen and used in various locations with un-authorized purchases totaling over $1800.00. This incident of ID theft is under investigation.


UNIT 2 SCHOOL REGISTRATION ANNOUNCED

The Bond County Community Unit 2 School Registration will be held the week of August 6th through the 10th. The registration is as follows:

Pocahontas Elementary, Monday (8/6) from 10am-6PM.

Sorento Elementary, Tuesday (8/7) from 10-6PM.

Greenville Elementary and Jr. High, Tuesday (8/7) from 8am-2PM and Wednesday (8/8) from 1-6PM.

High School Seniors, Wednesday (8/8) 8am-12PM

High School Juniors, Wednesday (8/8) 1-5PM

High School Sophomores, Thursday (8/9) 8am-12PM

High School Freshman, Thursday (8/9) 1-5PM

New Students, Friday (8/10) 8am-3PM

The first day of school for Unit 2 students will be Monday, August 20th, with an early dismissal at 11am for district elementary centers, 11:07am for the Greenville High School and 11:12am for the Greenville Jr. High. There will be a one-hour early dismissal daily, through Friday, August 24th.


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ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS PASSES RECOMMENDATION

The Zoning Board of appeals met last night with four members present. Paul Schmidt was elected chairman of the board. The board discussed a zoning variance at 319 North Street to allow the installation of a 6-foot tall privacy fence along the street side of the property. The board discussed the issue for approximately 45 minutes. After finding a demonstrable hardship, the board voted unanimously to pass along a positive recommendation to the City Council to allow the privacy fence. The Council could act on that recommendation at their next meeting August 14th.


JULY TOURISM MEETING CANCELED

The Tourism Committee meeting scheduled for tonight at 7PM will not be held, due to lack of business to consider.


OBITUARIES

PATRICK J. MORGAN

Patrick J. Morgan, 50 of Highland, passed away Wednesday at Fayette County Hospital in Vandalia. Funeral services for 50 year-old Patrick J. Morgan will be conducted Saturday at 2PM at the Young Funeral Home in Greenville. Friends may call Saturday after 11am at the funeral home. Memorial contributions are suggested to the family.


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