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HEALTH I A5 Calipari’s speech ‘emotional’ for UK safety Painkiller sales soar across U.S. NATIONAL NEWS I A6 Two held in Tulsa shooting rampage HEALTH I A5 Advocate-Messenger The 75¢ | Danville, Kentucky Monday, April 9, 2012 SO YOU KNOW Drug bust lands 2 in jail Water advisories lifted in Mercer HARRODSBURG — A boilwater advisory for the city of Harrodsburg was lifted Friday afternoon and all remaining Mercer County advisories were lifted by Saturday afternoon. Harrodsburg Water Treatment Plant Supervisor Walter Bottoms said no further water projects requiring advisories are planned at this time. Crab Orchard issues advisory Price CRAB ORCHARD — All customers using the Crab Orchard water system are under a boil-water advisory until further notice. At 3:05 p.m. Friday, Crab Orchard’s water department issued the advisory due to a recent water line break that has the potential to contaminate the water system. Residents of the impacted areas should bring water meant for drinking or cooking to a rolling boil for three minutes before using it. New digs Burgin Independent School Principal Martha Collier, above, talks to students today about rules for a new playground. The school playground closed last June to accommodate a major construction project that added classrooms and a lab, and it was moved to a different location with some new equipment. At left, sixth-grade teacher Rhonda Wendling teaches students on a smartboard in one of the new classrooms. KENTUCKY LOTTERY SATURDAY EVENING Pick 3: 1-2-0 Pick 4: 3-4-8-0 Powerball 5-13-17-20-30 Powerball 18 Cash Ball: 3-24-28-33 Cash Ball 18 Kicker 5-4-3-1-4 5 Card Cash: 3H, AH, 9D, 10D, 8C SUNDAY EVENING Pick 3: 8-3-9 Pick 4: 4-6-6-6 ONLINE @ WWW.AMNEWS.COM High: 60s Low: 30s Complete weather map, A8 INDEX A8 B4-B6 B7 A2 A4 A5 A2-A3 A7 B1-B4 Vol. 146, No. 245 6 05358 12300 7 Printed on recycled paper © 2012 The Advocate-Messenger ! EE! TS US AM Two people were arrested Sunday at the Super 8 Motel in Danville for allegedly dealing drugs, according to a Boyle County Sheriff’s Department press release. Linda M. Price, 28, of Danville, and Rodney L. White, 42, of West Palm Beach, Fla., were arrested after authorities executed a search warrant and found a large amount of pills, money and other evidence of illegal See BUST, on A6 Boyle suspect indicted By KAYLEIGH ZYSKOWSKI The State Journal Bridging time Perryville’s Goode uses the past to focus on the future V TONIGHT Mostly clear. Advice Classifieds Comics Deaths Environment Health Local News Opinion Sports Clay Jackson/ White icki Tyler Goode has a word of caution for any who are tempted to open up a conversation with her about her beloved downtown Perryville: “I will talk you to death!” she said. Goode said she was inside one of the vacant historic homes recently and found a secret stash of Civil War era items in a closet and “just screamed” with joy. “ere was this bayonet, from the Civil War,” she holds the found artifact gently in deference to the importance of object. “And cannonballs and ... ” Joanna King All told, a pirate’s jking booty of treasures to add to the town’s museum. “Just when you think these old houses have given up all their secrets, they surprise you,” she said. Five years into her job as the manager of Perryville Revitalization, which she says she got by begging, Goode is still so excited about what she does as to make her ex- Joanna King/ Vicki Tyler Goode, manager of Perryville Revitalization Main Street Program, shows vintage baby shoes from 1858 on display at the Perryville museum. The shoes had never been worn, and many still had their original boxes. citement contagious. Born in Danville, Goode is a graduate of Danville High School and Eastern Kentucky University. She has been married to her husband, Terry, owner of Goode’s Locksmith’s Service, for 34 years. (She said she believes the marriage “might just work.”) e couple have a daughter, Kate, who lives with her husband in Pacifica, Cal., with her “grand-dogs.” She let Kate tease her when she was a teen about Mom not being able to put bands together with their music — a skill her daughter enjoyed showing off at Mom’s expense. She is “deathly!” afraid of cats for no particular reason. She is not very tall and laughs easily and 110 North Braxton Drive Extremely well maintained brick home on 1/2 acre lot that backs up to land. 2 BR, 2 full baths, LR. has vaulted ceiling fireplace with gas logs, large kitchen (comes with appliances) is open to dining area, laundry room comes with washer & dryer, master bedroom has vaulted ceiling and 2 large walkin closets. Master bathroom with jacquzzi tub, 2 car garage, outbuilding with electricity and all electric home. The Advocate-Messenger | See PEOPLE, on A6 FRANKFORT A — Franklin County grand jury indicted a Boyle County man Wednesday. Timothy Johnson, 25, of Junction City was charged with assault and two counts of wanton endangerment in connection with a drug deal that went bad, Commonwealth’s Attorney Larry Cleveland said. Johnson and Justin Lea were in the Kroger parking lot on Lawrenceburg Road when a drug deal went sour March 15. “e victim starts to leave when Timmy Johnson rams his car into the victim’s car,” Cleveland said. Johnson continued to follow Lea on westbound Interstate 64 and fired shots at Lea’s vehicle, Cleveland said. Lea was shot in the side of the arm, and it was a flesh wound, Cleveland said. e incident continued for a 10-mile stretch, police said after the incident, until Lea and a passenger, Lynnda ams, pulled off the interstate at exit 43 toward Waddy where the chase ended. Lea was treated and released from University of Louisville hospital, according to police reports. Johnson is lodged at Franklin County Regional Jail on a $35,000 bond, according to the jail website. HELM & REYNOLDS Realty & Auction Co., Inc. Bruce Helm, Broker (859) 583-9900 David Reynolds, Auctioneer (859) 583-9001 • 217 E. Second St. • Perryville • (859) 332-7343 Check out additional listings online!

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