STARTING PAY $14.00/HOUR OR $15.00 WITH A CDL CLASS A OR B
The Edmonson County Fiscal Court is presently accepting applications for the Edmonson County Road Department. We are hiring for full time positions. Requirements include a valid driver’s license, to pass a D.O.T drug test and the ability to secure a Class B CDL within 6 months.
Work hours are 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Thursday. Starting pay is $14.00/hr., and $15.00/hr. with a CDL Class A or B.
Benefit package includes: Retirement Plan, Paid Vacation, Medical Insurance, Dental, Vision, & Paid Holidays
Applications can be picked up at the Edmonson County Road Department Monday thru Thursday, 6:00 am to 4:30 pm. Applications can also be requested via email.
Please email email@example.com to request an application be emailed to you.
Deadline for accepting applications is 4:00 p.m. Friday, October 8, 2021. Completed applications can be submitted via email to the email address above or dropped off at the Road Department.
Edmonson County Fiscal Court is an equal opportunity employer.
Friends of the Travis Seabolt family have organized a benefit auction for Saturday, October 2, 2021.
Travis Seabolt passed away unexpectedly in July. He was the sole provider for his family. He left behind his wife Amberly and two sons Aiden and Tayton. To help with expenses, there will be a benefit and silent auction for the Seabolt family on Saturday, October 2nd at 10 am. The event will be held at 196 New Grove Rd Smiths Grove KY 42171, at the red barn behind the Byrd Center in Chalybeate.
There will be BBQ, desserts, a bounce house with a slide, face painting, and a silent auction. An event page has been created by Shannon McCoy on Facebook. If anyone would like to donate items for the silent auction or money for the benefit, they can contact Shannon McCoy or Maegan Hance on Facebook.
A sneak peak of the items in the silent auction will be posted on the event page throughout the week. Any donations will be greatly appreciated.
All proceeds will go to the Seabolt family to help with bills and expenses.
The Edmonson County Board of Education/Bus Garage is now accepting applications for the following position(s): Maintenance Worker.
This job is 8 hours per day Monday-Friday. Beginning compensation will be $14.14 per hour with increment raises according to years’ experience. This posting will has a 260 day contract with 3 personal days, 12 sick days and 10 vacation days, however, due to timing of hire date these days will be prorated for this school year. This position also provides full insurance benefits.
Applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and will be asked to obtain a CDL. Experience in electrical and maintenance work is preferred.
Interested parties can obtain an application from the Edmonson County Board of Education on Wildcat Way between the hours of 8:00AM and 4:00PM or the Edmonson County Bus Garage at 500 Houchins Ferry Road between the hours of 6:00AM and 4:00PM. Deadline to receive applications will be close of day on September 28, 2021.
A copy of the complete job description can be picked up at the Edmonson County Bus Garage at the location and times listed above.
Wildcat Band Takes Top Honors
In their first KMEA sanctioned competition since the start of the pandemic, the Wildcat Band took the field on Saturday at Rhea Stadium in Russellville for the Show of Bands. Under the direction of drum major Allison Roof, the Wildcat band marched away with best color guard, best percussion, and overall 1st place in class A.
The band will take the field next Saturday for a double header, where they will travel to the Warren East Raider invitational at 9:30 am, then later at the Warren Central Dragon Classic starting at 5pm.
"The Wildcat Band would love to see you there," said ECHS Band Director Eric Stuart.
Auction: Saturday September 25, 2021 @ 9:00 am cst.
Auction Location: 5677 Sunfish Road, Brownsville, KY 42210
Selling: 6.44 +/- acres in two parcels, farmhouse, 2 car metal garage, personal property
Open House for real estate: Aug 29, 2021 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. cst.
Americana Real Estate & Auctions will be offering at auction 6.444+/- acres in two parcels. Parel one consists of 1.039+/- acres containing a 1044 +/- sq.ft. farmhouse with living room, kitchen, dining room, one bath, 2 bedrooms downstairs and 1 loft style bedroom upstairs. A very nice 30’x36’ metal 2 bay garage/workshop with concrete floor is also located on parcel one.
Parcel two consist of 5.405+/- acres with an older tobacco/ feed barn.
This auction opportunity is approximately 13 miles south of Leitchfield on Highway 187 and approximately 14 miles North West of Brownsville in Edmonson County. This is a prime opportunity for someone looking for country living and land for a mini farm / homestead. The acreage has beautiful views with excellent potential for a building site.
Miscellaneous personal property includes but not limited to: 2 kitchen tables with 4 chairs each, cabinet style record player with record & 8 track tapes, kenmore upright deep freeze, kenmore refrigerator, whirlpool washer & dryer, iron bed, dresser & mirror and bed, gun cabinet, desk, minnesota treadle sewing machine, 2 recliners, sofa, entertainment center, waterfall bedroom suite, blue easy chair, rocking chair, concrete flower pots, huge selection of ambassador fishing reels and miscellaneous rods and reels, tackle boxes, lamps, end tables, glassware, sentry safes, washboard, microwave, porch swing, push mower, wheelbarrow, crockpots, toolboxes, antique trunk, antique corn sheller, sythe & cradle, crosscut saw, lowes 16 hp 42” cut riding mower, troybilt 42” 17.5 hp riding mower, coolers, tools, filing cabinets, cast iron bean pot with lid, RC 8/31/2021 Featured Auction | My Site https://www.americanasells.com/featured-auction 2/2 thermometer, #3 crock, nativity scene, tonka dump truck, handsaws, lanterns, skill saws and drills, kerosene heater, lots of miscellaneous household furniture.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL PHOTOS INCLUDING PERSONAL PROPERTY:
Terms and Conditions: Real Estate will require a deposit of 10% day of auction, balance due within or upon 30 days of date of auction. Payment to be in the form of cash, cashier’s check, or verified funds. Real Estate taxes to be prorated. This house was built before 1978. Lead paint could be present. Purchaser will be required to sign an inspection waiver prior to signing a sales purchase agreement at the sale on September 25, 2021. Payment on personal property: cash or check with I.D. This auction is not contingent on financing.
Broker participation: There will be a 2% broker participation / representation on real estate.
Buyer’s Premium: There will be a 10% buyer’s premium added to all winning bids to determine the final selling price.
Important Notice: All property to be sold “as is”, “where is”, condition with no warranty or guarantee, expressed or implied. Although information has been obtained from sources deemed to be reliable, neither the seller nor the auctioneer makes any warranty or guarantee, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy of the information herein contained. It is for this reason that buyers should avail themselves of the opportunity to make an inspection prior to the auction. All announcements from the auction block take precedence over any printed material, marketing material, or any other oral statements made. The sellers and auction company are not responsible for accidents on property during auction day or during property showing.
For more information contact principal auctioneer Aaron Haycraft: cell 270-589-1236 Dwight Butler, Principal Broker/ Auctioneer, Todd Akridge, Associate Broker/ Auctioneer, Hunter Ashley, Apprentice Auctioneer
Public Meeting Notice: BRADD Multi-Jurisdictional Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan, Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy
Public Meeting Notice
The Barren River Area Development District in coordination with Edmonson County is hosting a Public Meeting for BRADD’s Multi-Jurisdictional Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan and Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy on Monday, September 27th at 6:00 P.M. via Zoom. To join the meeting visit https://bit.ly/EdmonsonPublicMeeting or dial 1-312-626-6799.
Meeting ID: 864 0043 1415 Passcode: 128010
The Public Meeting will be an interactive session to review the current state of Edmonson County and review the current projects, assets, and needs in your community.
All are welcome to attend!
If you are unable to attend the meeting, we still want your feedback, please call 270-781-2381 and ask for Drew B. or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be an Eagle, Troop 597 and Troop 114 Sign-up Night
Scouts BSA, Troop 597 (male) and Troop 114 (female) units will have a sign-up night on September 27, 2021 at the Edmonson County Lion’s Club (1 Fairgounds Road, Brownsville, Kentucky).
The Scouts continue to seek adventure. Within the past year the Scouts have been canoeing in the Northern Woods of Minnesota, White Water Rafting on the Ocoee River, Horseback riding through Mammoth Cave National Park, and sailing off the Florida Keys.
Scouts BSA is for any youth 10.5 years old to youth 18 years of age. Join the Scouts on September 27, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. to see what adventure may await your youth.
If you have a question about the program, please contact Derek Curtis at 270-996-8809 or send a message to the Troop 597’s Facebook Page by clicking here.
Ronnie Len Houchin
Nov. 7th 1957-July 15th 2021
The family of Ronnie Len Houchin would like to extend our deepest thanks to you all for your kindness during our greatest loss and sadness. We appreciate it more than words could ever express.
A huge thanks to everyone of our family and friends that rallied around Ronnie when he came home for his final days. We know he felt your presence, love, and all of your prayers. It meant the world to us to see everyone come together for our family. It will always be remembered. Your words have comforted us, your support has strengthened us, your love has sustained us, and most importantly your prayers have lifted us up. For that we are forever grateful for each and everyone of you. There are way too many people to thank individually, but please know your tokens of love, flowers, cards, food, and again most importantly your prayers did not go unnoticed.
A special thank you to Patton Funeral Home Staff for everything, UofL Hospital, Brown Cancer Center, Hosparus of Bowling Green, The Fly You Home Organization, Brother Richard Minton, Anthony Madison, Washington Meredith Masonic Lodge for the service you provided, Cee Bee Food Store, Robbie Houchin, everyone that sent food to the house, funeral home, and to The Heritage Centre, also to everyone that helped set the food up and everyone that helped clean up afterwards, all the staff at The Brownsville Post office, Delores Jones, Steve & Lori Rone, Stevi & Zach Werner, Rose Webb, Melissa Culbreth, Tommy Houchin, Debbie Carrol, Dana Dennis, Julia Culbreth, Becky and Steve Sanders, Kyle and Nikki Culbreth, Sharon Decker, Donna Tunks, Julie James, Andrea Robbie Branty, Staci Talley, Scott Lindsey and Rafferty's, Brent Cassady and Cassady's BBQ, Greg Nugent, John and Lisa Duvall, Kristal Tennison, Gary Highbaugh, Pat Highbaugh, Charlene White, Pat Gooding, Bobby and Linda Clark, and Barbara Duvall. Thank you so much to everyone, who in Ronnie's memory, donated to Santa's Helping Hands.
Thank you so much to all the pallbearers and honorary pallbearers for carrying Ronnie to his final resting place: Greg Nugent, Jeff Rich, Mark Wardlow, Johnny Russell, Scott Lindsey, Brent Cassady. Zock Houchin, Braxton and Brodie Highbaugh, Noah York, and Augustine Nyembo.
Love, Teresa, Shelly, & Shannon - The Houchin and Culbreth Families
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Pleasant Grove-Miller Hill Missionary Baptist To Hold Benefit Yard Sale For Church Parking Lot Project
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The UK Cooperative Extension Service will offer a program for New and Beginning Farmers starting October 26, 2021. The Farming Basics for Success program will be offered in 4, one hour sessions, delivered virtually via the Zoom teleconference system. The sessions will be on the following dates: Oct. 26, Nov. 2, Nov. 9, and Nov. 16. Each session will begin at 6:00 p.m. and will last one hour.
There will be time for questions and interaction after each session. The topics covered will help beginning farmers get their farming operation off on the right foot. They will include: available resources, items needed to get started, enterprises to consider, taxation and legal considerations, and basic equipment needs for your farm.
Participants will be provided several resources to help them be successful. Registration is required and will be done via the zoom platform. Participants will be able to join the sessions using a mobile device or their computer. For additional information contact the Edmonson County Extension Service Office.
To register click the link below or scan the QR Code:https://uky.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0kf-morzMjE9JJiyCqwXHan8xHOhlTUea2
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