Cloverport Board of Education-Special Called Meeting

10/6/2015—The Cloverport Board of Education approved the 2015/16 working budget at a Special Called Meeting Tuesday evening.  The total budget of $4.2 million includes 4.76% of the budget for contingency funds.  The Board approved a motion to budget 95.56% of SEEK money that is received from the State Department of Education.  SEEK money for the Cloverport District is

Sheriff Todd Pate Arrested

(10/06/15)- Breckinridge County Sheriff Todd Pate was taken into custody Monday (10/06) evening in Bowling Green on terroristic threatening, DUI and other charges...

Irvington City Council

10/5/2015—Mayor Yvonne Kennedy gave the Irvington City Council an update on demolition of the Old City Hall building at their regular meeting Monday night.  The city is tearing down the building, but had to halt the demolition because of black mold and asbestos issues.  Kennedy said the building had been inspected prior to the demolition, but another inspection was

Corps of Engineers Announce Seasonal Draw Downs and Ramp Closings

(10/04/15)- The Corps of Engineers says Rough River Lake will begin full drawdown to winter pool (470ft.) on October 19th, weather permitting with an anticipation of being at winter pool by December 1st....

Sports: Tigers Fall To John Hardin In Football District Opener

(10/03/15)- The BCHS Fighting Tiger football team lost to John Hardin Friday night by the score of 48-6. The Tigers only trailed 7-0 late in the first half before the Bulldogs scored two touchdowns in two-and-a-half minutes  to take a 21-0 halftime lead, then John scored TD's off 3 consecutive turnovers by the Tigers in the third quarter. Matthew Miller ran for over 100 yards and the...

Holt Home Renovation Receives $500,000 From State

(09/27/15)- A check for 500-thousand dollars was presented to County and Friends of the Holt Home officials on Saturday during the annual Community Day event. The funds will go phase two work at the Holt Mansion in Breckinridge County. Those attending the event were able to see results of the phase one work, which renovated the exterior of the mansion...
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