Candidate Filing


(07/31/2014)- The following candidate has filed with the Breckinridge County Clerk's Office for the November general election....

Rick Corley- Mayor, City of Cloverport (filed Thursday, 07/31) 

Grimes Speaks at Rough River


(07/30/2014)- Democrat U-S Senate Candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes was in the area Wednesday (07/30) afternoon, speaking to supporters at Rough River State Resort Park. She thanked them for their support and urged continued efforts in her bid to unseat Republican incumbent Mitch McConnell. Grimes said her campaign would hold her opponent accountable for his 30 years in office, citing...
 

Two Injured In A Single Vehicle Accident


7/31/14---Two People were injured in a single vehicle accident at about 1:00 pm Wednesday afternoon on North Highway 259.
According to Chief Deputy Bruce Anthony, with the Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Department, a 1996 GMC pick-up truck, pulling a flatbed trailer, was traveling north-bound on North Highway 259, near Alfred Woods Lane.  The truck left the roadway, going down an

Breckinridge County Board of Education Public Hearing


7/30/2014—The Breckinridge County Board of Education held a public hearing on the District Facilities Plan Wednesday evening at the Board’s Annex on Fairgounds Road.  The meeting was chaired by Hearing Officer Grover M. Canty,
 
The District Plan addresses five areas.  The top priority is the building of two new elementary schools-one in Hardinsburg and one in

Charges Pending In May BCHS Vandalism


(07/30/2014)- Charges are pending as a result of the vandalism that occurred at the Breckinridge County High School prior to graduation ceremonies back in May. According to Hardinsburg Police Chief Mike Robinson, several individuals entered the BCHS campus in the late evening hours of May 28th and early morning hours of the 29th, causing over 23-hundred dollars worth of damage.
 

Spoofing Phone Scam in Hardinsburg


(07/30/2014)- Officials say a number of residents in Hardinsburg are being targeted in a "spoofing" scam. Police Chief Mike Robinson says a number with a City Hall ID is calling residents, with the caller saying they're with the State Attorney's office out of California and claiming their target owes on past due fines or loans and that a city officer will be pick them unless...
 

One Injured in Horse-Drawn Vehicle Accident


7/30/14---A Garfield woman was injured in a horse-drawn vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon.
According to Officer Mike Picente, with the Irvington Police Department, the accident occurred about 2:00pm on Highway 1401 at Board Cemetery Road.  66-year-old Regina McGlinn, of Garfield was operating a horse and buggy, when her cell phone rang, frightening the horse, which caused it to bolt. 

County Library Branch Opens


(07/29/2014)- A grand opening was held Tuesday (07/29) afternoon for the new location of Breckinridge County Public Library’s Irvington Branch. Located in the former Save-Rite Drugs location, the facility has been in operation for about a month and offers double the space and a more central location from the former location along Highway 79 as well as a Community meeting room...
 

Breckinridge Fiscal Court


7/28/2014—Breckinridge Fiscal Court approved the second reading of an ordinance adopting the Court’s Administrative Code at their regular meeting Monday evening.  The vote was 4-2, with Magistrates Joe O’Donoghue and Shane Beavin voting “no”.  Magistrate Gary Greenwell did not attend the meeting.  Magistrate Beavin questioned a portion of the code that

Weekend Storms, Heavy Rains Impact Area


(07/28/2014)- A complex of storms moved the region late Saturday (07/26) and early Sunday (07/27) morning with gusty winds and heavy rain. According to the National Weather Service, wind damage from severe thunderstorms felled trees and power lines in Irvington and trees in Hudson as well as wind damage in Meade and Hardin Counties. Heavy rains flooded several roads in Meade County and forced a...
 
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Sudan woman who faced death over faith lands in U.S.
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Congress sends highway bill to White House
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Mysterious "moleman" digs massive ditches in Seattle park
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NFL star Israel Idonije creates comic book series
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American dies in Liberia as Ebola outbreak closes borders
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Mysterious “moleman” digging up Seattle park
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Former Chicago Bear starts comic book series
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Utah pilot sentenced for groping teen on flight
Ex-commercial pilot gets 2-years-plus in prison for abusive sexual contact against a 14-year-old girl when was flying off-duty
Police: 1 cop issued 80% of pot tickets in Seattle
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Judge rules on warrant for Microsoft emails
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2nd arrest made in fatal bus shooting of NYC teen
Authorities believe D'Aja Robinson, 14, was innocent victim of gang-related gunfire in May 2013
Detective not guilty in fatal road rage shooting
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2 injured in plane crash near Wisconsin air show
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