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UPDATED  December 8, 2017

Magistrate Earl Boggs signs up to run for Judge/Executive

Long time magistrate Earl Boggs registered for Judge/Executive in 2018 GOP Primary. Boggs, a Republican who will turn 66 this week did not respond immediately for a statement on his reasons for seeking the county's top position.

Judge/Exec. John Osborne and District 3 Magistrate Earl Boggs during a recent meeting. Boggs, 65, has signed up for the 2018 Republican ticket for Osborne's position. Osborne is a Democrat two term incumbent and Boggs is a three term magistrate.Judge/Exec. John Osborne and District 3 Magistrate Earl Boggs during a recent meeting. Boggs, 65, has signed up for the 2018 Republican ticket for Osborne's position. Osborne is a Democrat two term incumbent and Boggs is a three term magistrate.

County Clerk

Chris Jobe Filed (R) 11-08-17(Incumbent)

Sheriff

Mark Wheeler(D) Filed 11-08-17

Chuck T. Jackson (R)Filed 11-08-17

Mack Wilhite (D) Filed 11-08-17

County Judge

Phillip L. Carter (R) Filed 11-08-17

Millard F. Cox (R) Filed 11-13-17

John A. Osborne (D) Filed 11-13-17(Incumbent)

Charlie J. France II (R) Filed 11-14-17

Freddie N. West (D) Filed 11-27-17

Earl Boggs Jr. (R) Filed 12-04-17

Jailer

Roger Lee Jordan (R)Filed 11-13-17(Incumbent)

Denver R. Chaffin Sr. (D) Filed 11-13-17

Circuit Clerk

Jodi Webb Parsley (D) Filed 11-08-17 (Incumbent)

PVA

Chris Rose (D) Filed 11-14-17 (Incumbent)

County Attorney

Michael T. Hogan (R) Filed 11-08-17 (Incumbent)

County Surveyor

Mike Shapaka (R) Filed 12-05-17

Coroner

Magistrate Dist 1

Morris Howard (D) (Incumbent)Filed 11-21-17

Robert (Bob) Jobe (D) Filed 12-02-17

Magistrate Dist 2

John J. Lemaster (D) (Incumbent)Filed 11-17-17

Magistrate Dist 3

Magistrate Dist 4

Rick Blackburn (R) Filed 11-08-17(Incumbent)

Blake A. Hammond (R) Filed 12-07-17

Constable Dist 1

Constable Dist 2

Sam Michael William Muncy (R)Filed 11-09-17

Constable Dist 3

Jimmy O’Brian(D) Filed 11-08-17

Constable Dist 4

James “Woody” Thomas (D) Filed 11-09-17

Billy Lemaster (D) Filed 11-09-17

David L. Thompson (R)Filed 12-01-17

 

UPDATED: December 4,  2017

 

MARTIN COUNTY CANDIDATE FILINGS PRIMARY 2018 

County Clerk

Susie Skyles )R) incumbent

Sheriff

Charles Moore (R)

John Kirk (R)

Tom Setser (R)

Millard Harmon (R)

County Judge

William Bill Bo Davis (R)

Michael Jude (R)

James Mineer (R)

Jailer

Buddy Stacy (R)

Boonie Mahon (D)

Circuit Clerk

Steve Goble (R) Incumbent)

PVA

Bobby Hale (R)

County Attorney

Melissa Fannin Phelps

County Surveyor

 

Coroner

Daniel Williamson (R)

Josua Hunt (R)

Magistrate Dist 1

Jared Goforth (R)

Arlen Mollette (R)

Josh Muncy (D)

Magistrate Dist 2

Kenney McCoy, Jr. (R)

Eddie J. Stepp (R)

Kermit Howell (R)

Bruce Young (R)

Magistrate Dist 3

Roy Matthew Kirk (R)

Gordon S. Maynard (R)

Matthew Marcum (R)

Tracy Spence (R)

Thomas Fannin (R)

Gina Patrick (D)

Magistrate Dist 4

Milton Ford Jude (R)

Paul David Evans (R)

Junior Hunt (R)

Keith Harmon (R)

John Dye (R)

Wilmon Moore (R)

Magistrate Dist 5

Warfield-Himlerville

Victor Slone (R)

Constable Dist 1

Constable Dist 2

Walter Jackson (R)11-09-17

Constable Dist 3

Margaret Sprague (R)

Constable Dist 4

James Bradford Preece (R)

Constable Dist 5

Granville Sweeney (R)

Steve Copley (R)

 

November 2, 2017

MOREHEAD, Ky.---The infamous Pirates of Penzance will sail into Morehead for four performances in Duncan Recital Hall in the Baird Music Hall on the Morehead State University campus, Nov. 8 through 11 at 7:30 p.m. each night.

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Morehead State University Opera, directed and conducted by Dr. Roma Prindle, associate professor of music, will present the zany British comedy by Gilbert and Sullivan.

All tickets are $5, cash or check only, with all MSU students admitted free on Wednesday evening only.

Theatre goers will be familiar with many of the tunes in The Pirates of Penzance, including “Poor wand’ring one” and “I am the very model of a modern Major-General.” Gilbert and Sullivan were the Saturday Night Live of their day. Known for their irreverent pokes at contemporary political figures and situations, their satire is still relevant. Modern audiences will, no doubt, recognize modern day parallels in the characters and their actions in scenes reminiscent of Monty Python sketches.

The show features 22 MSU students with many of the lead roles double cast. The orchestra for the production is comprised of some of MSU’s finest student musicians. MSU Opera also received a generous grant from the MSU Arts and Humanities Council and the Buckner and Sally S. Hinkle Endowment for Humanities to complement the orchestra with string players for the production.

The cast and crew includes:

Elise Arnold, Florence, Oregon, graduate student, as Ruth;
Amber Beck, Dover, Delaware, graduate student, as Edith;
Broderick Beighle, Williamstown senior, as Pirate King;
Kristan Birchfield, Inez sophomore, as Edith;
Ryan Blevins, Chilhowie, Virginia, graduate student, as Frederic;
Janessa Broadhurst, Louisville sophomore, as Mabel;
Noah Bruce, Louisville freshman, Ensemble;
Alexander Castle, Westwood sophomore, as Major-General Stanley;
Noah Colley, Portsmouth, Ohio, senior, as Pirate King;
Eliza Eaches, Wheelersburg, Ohio, junior, as Ruth;
Matt Hammond, Louisa senior, as Frederic;
Ruby Harr, Louisville freshman, Ensemble;
Ben Hayes, Louisa sophomore, Ensemble;
Michael Jarman, Lexington, as Sergeant of Police;
Miranda Justice, Pikeville senior, Ensemble;
Summer Lighthall, Burlington; as Mabel;
Brian Moscoe, Lexington; Ensemble;
Kaitlyn Osborn, Louisa senior, as Kate;
Bugs Reinhardt, Minford, Ohio; junior, as Samuel;
Jasmine Wheeler, Morehead senior, as Kate;
Sarah White, West Union, Ohio, sophomore, as Isabel;
Nick Wolford, Jackson, Ohio, senior, as Major-General Stanley
William Murphy, staff accompanist, rehearsal pianist;
Leslie Robinson, Louisa sophomore; stage manager;
Eli Weis, Louisville senior; lighting;
and Roma Prindle, director and conductor.

Additional information is available by calling Prindle at 606-783-2481.