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Fire crews have busy Saturday morning
A fire destroyed Goose Creek Candle Company in Liberty on Saturday morning. A passing motorist made the first call about the fire. The Advocate-Messenger says the cause of the fire has not yet been determined. More than 200 firefighters from eight departments spent four hours battling the blaze before they got a handle on it. No one was in the building when the fire started. About 75 people work at the building.
Garrard County Schools Name New Superintendent
The Garrard County Board of Education has named a new school superintendent. Paul Mullins,
currently the principal at Larue County High School, will fill the position being vacated by Donald Aldridge, who is retiring, effective July 1st.
New feature of Lincoln County Library summer reading program
The Lincoln County Public Library is expanding its summer reading program to include free meals. The program is called Fueling the Mind. The goal is to provide free meals during the 2013 summer break, along with literacy programming, to keep children fed and reading all summer. The Lincoln County Public Library got a $6,500 grant to hire staff, and provide materials.
Kentucky School for the Deaf land changes hands
The state has sold two parcels of land at the Kentucky School for the Deaf, which includes the engineer's house. The purchase covers about 1 1/2 acres of land adjacent to Second and Jacobs streets. Stanford-based First Southern Funding LLC bought the parcels for close to $67,000.