Junk Derby plans continue for May 1

April 14, 2021

  By Shari Harris, Publisher The highlight of the April meeting of Licking Downtown Inc. was discussion of the upcoming First Annual Junk Derby, with proceeds going to support the historic Licking Mill. May 1 is the day selected for the event. This coincides with the day of the running of the Kentucky Derby. Organizers…

Volunteering: “It’s the little things”

April 14, 2021

  By Christy Porter, Managing Editor Hickory Manor Administrator Tiffani Allen shared that volunteering has definitely changed due to the pandemic; what hasn’t changed is the many in our community who have innovatively continued to do so, including the members of her staff. Many people gave gifts that keep on giving. “Volunteer Georgia McCoy has…

Updated – Wade wins Alderman, School election nearly a tie

April 9, 2021

  Licking Alderman Ward 1 incumbent Danny Wade retained his seat on the Board in the April 6 election. Mayor Keith Cantrell and Alderman Ward II Erin McConnell were uncontested. The Licking R-VIII School Board results gave credence to the statement, “your vote counts.” While incumbent Rawly Gorman had a decisive win with 256 votes…

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