25 years ago for Dec. 11, 2016
Published 4:10 pm Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Dec. 11, 1991
The Winchester Board of Commissioners gave conditional approval Tuesday to donating $8,414 to the Clark County Association of Handicapped Citizens for the close on the contract to begin construction on a long-awaited downtown handicapped housing project. Ground could be broken on the project by the end of the year.
Judith Israel and Richard Gamble, member of the board of directors of Clark County Habitat for Humanity, joined other board members late Tuesday afternoon in cleaning the interior of Habitat’s first home on Fifth Street in preparation for laying of carpet. The home is to be occupied by Mary Lou Stewart and her children.
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Pvt. Arthur R. Lacy has completed basic training at Fort Dix, N.J. He is the son of Gary R. Lacy of Clay City and Anna M. Jarman of Winchester. The private is a 1987 graduate of George Rogers Clark High School.