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NATION: RETIRED ILLINOIS COUPLE CLAIM SHARE OF $656M JACKPOT — STORY ON A6 UK BASKETBALL I B1 NEXT 72 HOURS I A5 THE NEXT STEP ‘Lockout’: It’s $ .95 a ‘Die Harder 14 in Space’ ONLY Davis only beginning to look at what’s next plus tax While supplies last, limited number of copies available at this newspaper. Advocate-Messenger The 75¢ | Danville, Kentucky SO YOU KNOW Bayou & Brass coming to festival Get ready for Mardi Gras on Main Street as downtown Danville transforms into New Orleans for the Great American Brass Band Festival’s first-ever Bayou & Brass. The event, set for 5:30-10 p.m. June 8, will be a New Orleansthemed celebration and fundraiser for the festival. It will be held on Main Street between the intersections of Third and Fourth streets, as well as in Weisiger Park at the Boyle County Courthouse. Visitors can expect an event for the whole family unlike Danville has seen before, including celebratory beads, bayou-themed treats, Mardi Gras crafts and activities for the kids, as well as an assortment of beer and hurricane drinks. The U.S. Herald Trumpets will kick off the music portion of the night at 6:30 p.m. and will be followed by performances by New Orleans’ own Stooge’s Brass Band and Tornado Brass Band. Admission is free, but food and drinks will be purchased by attendees. All proceeds go toward maintaining and improving the festival, a Danville tradition for 23 years. For more information, visit or Thursday, April 19, 2012 Suspect arrested in home invasion Police say intruder wore mask and brandished handgun By DAVID BROCK town Road about 1:10 p.m. and found one of the dents, Donnie Graves Sr., having lunch at Police arrested a the kitchen table. Harrodsburg man Armstrong, who was Wednesday for an wearing a ski mask armed home invaand brandishing a sion and robbery in handgun, allegedly Danville earlier in demanded money the day. prescription Interim Danville Armstrong and Chief Tony Gray said Jef- medications. Police say Armstrong fery Armstrong, 23, entered the unlocked back See INVASION, on A6 door of 646 Old Shaker- Authorities respond Wednesday to a home invasion in broad daylight on Old Shakertown Road in Danville. David Brock/dbrock@ Airport project still unresolved Board wants to increase safety area at end of runway By DAVID BROCK KENTUCKY LOTTERY WEDNESDAY MIDDAY Pick 3: 1-8-3 Pick 4: 6-7-7-8 EVENING Pick 3: 7-1-8 Pick 4: 5-6-9-3 Powerball: 20-22-39-46-49 Powerball 29 Cash Ball: 14-20-25-28 Cash Ball 15 Kicker 5-8-4-9-4 5 Card Cash: 5D, 8C, 6D, 4C, 10D Follow us on Facebook and Twitter ONLINE @ WWW.AMNEWS.COM TONIGHT Mostly clear. High: 70s Low: 50s Complete weather map, A8 Rodeo Roundup Perryville Elementary School speech pathologist Lindsay Wisecarver, top, teaches students to line dance Wednesday behind the school during Rodeo Roundup, a preschool/kindergarten event. Preschoolers could visit the kindergarten classroom and do activities with their teachers for the following year. Other events included a cowboy lunch and roping demonstration. Kindergartner Jayden Roller, right, has fun during barrel racing. Kindergartner Elijah Gardner, above, smiles before the barrel racing begins. To see more photos, visit Clay Jackson/ Students publish book showcasing area veterans A8 B4-B6 B7 A2 A2-A3 A4-A5 A7 B1-B4 By JOANNA KING Vol. 146, No. 254 6 See AIRPORT, on A6 STORIES WORTH TELLING INDEX Advice Classifieds Comics Deaths Local News Next 72 Hours Opinion Sports The longtime head of the Danville-Boyle County Airport Board is uncertain if increased state assistance to help meet federal grant requirements will impact the local facility but says it may help a project that has been stalled. For several Stuart Powell is years, the Fed- longtime chaireral Aviation Ad- man of the m i n i s t r a t i o n Danville-Boyle grants, a source County Airport airport board Board. Chairman Stuart Powell has used to great success over nearly half a century, have required a 5-percent match split equally by the state Transportation Cabinet and local airports. However, the federal government will require a 10-percent match from state and local sources during the current funding cycle. Earlier this month Gov. Steve 05358 12300 7 Printed on recycled paper © 2012 The Advocate-Messenger ink young people today have no respect? ink again. Better still, come see what a group of Boyle County High School Students have been up to this school year. “It’s called the ‘Student Technology Leadership Program’ RELIVE KENTUCKY’S DOMINATING DOMINATING SEASON Boyle County High School teacher Susan Michael holds a book her Student Technology Leadership Program students published this year. It is based on interviews with area veterans. designed to show students how to bring their varied skills to use in service projects,” said teacher Susan Michael, who has been the program’s director for the last four years. e class is hosting an assembly from 2:30-3:10 p.m. today to honor area veterans of Joanna King/jking@ See BOOK, on A6 Advocate Communications Proudly Presents Our Exclusive Book On The Kentucky Championship Season! 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