Extractions: Research Tools Find Surnames Locations Search ... Home Kentucky Genealogy on GeneaSearch Kentucky genealogy look ups, genelogy societies, publications available from KY genealogical societies and individuals, lost female ancestors queries, and related links for KY genealogy research in Kentucky Site Index Search for Ancestors Low Cost Internet Service Add your surnames to our Surname Registry to connect with others! Find Ancestors Genealogy Look Ups Find Female Ancestors Photos of Ancestors Search for Ancestors ... Tools for Research Find Surnames Surnames Newsletters Search for Ancestors Locations United States Regional U.S. International Societies Ethnic African American Native American Other Ethnic Free Search
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Extractions: Trimble County lies along the Ohio River, some 40 miles upstream from Louisville and some 75 miles downstream from Cincinnati, Ohio. It is on the south bank, opposite Madison, Indiana. In December 1836 the Kentucky General Assembly established Trimble County. Taking lands from Henry Oldham and Gallatin Counties, the new county was formed on the banks of the Ohio River, among the rolling hills almost midway between Louisville and Cincinnati. It was named for the Kentucky lawyer and United States Supreme Court Justice, Robert Trimble. The formal government of Trimble County was first organized on March 27, 1837. Two incorporated towns of Trimble County are historic indeed. The river town of Milton, one of the oldest towns in Kentucky, was established by the law of Virginia in 1789, three years before Kentucky became a state. Bedford, the County seat, was first settled about 1805 and was chartered by Kentucky in 1816.
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Extractions: Resources for coping with crisis and uncertainty Americans are living in uncertain times. Since September 11, 2001, families refer to information on stress and coping to manage the emotional and financial challenges they face. Natural disasters occur unexpectedly. Today, all Americans are learning about emergency and disaster preparedness. America is at war. The need to learn how to understand our neighbors and live in a global community is clear. Land-grant university researchers and extension educators of the Cooperative Extension System of CSREES are guiding families especially those with children to research-based resources on the web, through classes and workshops, and through local County Extension Office resources. In support of these efforts, CSREES has compiled a list of web-based information (listed below) to help individuals, families, and young children learn skills and techniques that will carry them through tough times. Coping, preparedness, and greater understanding of ourselves and others are essential in uncertain times.
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Extractions: S earch KY: Options... KY Department for Adult Education and Literacy Home About DAEL Adult Educators Announcements ... Archives In order to view some files on DAEL's Web Page, you may need to download the free Acrobat Reader plug-in here: Kentucky Department for Family Literacy Funding for FY 2001-02 Submission Deadline July 31, 2001 General Information Purpose DAEL Family Literacy Programs are charged "to break the cycle of under education and poverty through integrated programs of sufficient quality, intensity, and duration to move families toward self-sufficiency." To accomplish this goal, DAEL will continue to promote the following four component model: adult education component - providing parents with instruction in basic academic skills and employability skills; parent time component - providing parents with instruction/activities emphasizing parenting and other life skills; parent and child time - PACT - component - ensuring that developmentally appropriate experiences which require interaction between parents and children are provided; and child education component - ensuring that children are provided age-appropriate educational instruction.
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Extractions: For a printable version of our Fact Sheet (Word format), click here The Kentucky Family Resource and Youth Services Centers initiative was established with the passage of the Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA) of 1990, as amended. The mission of these school based Centers is to enhance students abilities to succeed in school by developing and sustaining partnerships that promote: early learning and successful transition into school, academic achievement and well-being and graduation and transition into adult life. Each Center has a unique blend of program components depending on location, available resources, local need and community input. The goal of the FRYSCs is to meet the needs of all children and their families who reside in the community or neighborhood served by the school in which the center is located.
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Extractions: Break New Ground When teachers at Fairdale High School in Kentucky became concerned about a 14-year-old girl (whom we'll call Wanda), they turned to the school's new Youth Services Center. The center is one of 37 new school-based social service centers in the Louisville area, and one of 373 Family Resource and Youth Service Centers statewide created by the comprehensive 1990 Kentucky Education Reform Act. Wanda is a bright girl with a young child. She lives with her mother, more than 10 miles from school. At this crisis point, Wanda's home was filled with tension. She regularly left the house with her child late at night against her mother's wishes. Then she came home too tired to catch the school bus the next day for the long ride to Fairdale. Concerned about Wanda's severe attendance problemseven though Fairdale has a program specially designed for young parents, male and femalethe school wanted to intervene before they lost her. Concerned Intervention Dan Clemons, Fairdale's Youth Services Center coordinator, convinced Wanda and her mother to come in for some meetings. He arranged ongoing psychotherapy for the distressed young woman. During the course of their conversations, the therapist discovered that Wanda was a victim of sexual abuse from within the family.
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Extractions: -MAIN-MENU- Home News Email Links ... About KRC -MAIN-MENU- Nameless Gazette Private Meetings Public Forum Coal Law Project ... Legislature Current Session Next 24 Postings HEADLINES- Constitutional Amendment #1: we support it. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW POWER PLANT SITING LAW The final legislative activities report Attend the legislative hearing on partial public funding of gubernatorial races ... Constitutional Amendment #1: we support it. Posted: October 11, 2002 KRC has received a number of requests regarding our position relative to Constitutional Amendment #1 on this year's upcomming ballot which seeks to amend the state constitution to designate a division of circuit court as "Family Court." The Kentucky Resources Council supports the Family Court constitutional amendment as a proven efficient, effective vehicle for delivering assistance to families and children in crisis. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW POWER PLANT SITING LAW Posted: July 5, 2002 This is a thumbnail description of the new power plant siting law. Since passage of the law, four notices of intent have been received by the Siting Board - for the proposed Calla coal-fired plant in Estill County, for the Westlake gas turbine in Calvert City, for the Thoroughbred Energy coal-fired plant in Muhlenberg County, and for Kentucky Mountain Power's coal-fired plant in the Knott-Perry County area. One application for siting approval has been filed, by Kentucky Mountain Power, and the deadline for requesting a formal or informal hearing is July 15.