(10/21/14)- Government budgets, roads jobs, and the detention center were common themes addressed during a "Measure the Candidate" forum held Monday (10/20) at the Community Extension Building. Those attending heard from candidates for U-S and State Representative, County Judge-Executive, Jailer, Fiscal Court Magistrate and Irvington Mayor. (You can hear from some of the candidates on...
10/21/14---A two vehicle accident near Garfield sent one person to the hospital yesterday (Mon) afternoon. The accident occurred around 5:15 in the 5000 block of East Highway 60, near Dead Man’s Curve. According to Breckinridge County Deputy Sheriff Billy Richardson, the accident occurred when an eastbound 2006 Ford 500, driven by 25-Year-Old Tiffany Bradley of Irvington had slowed or
10/20/2014—The regular meeting of the Cloverport City Council was cancelled because of the lack of a quorum. According to Mayor Susan Hendricks, the meeting has been rescheduled for Monday, October 27 at 5:00pm.
(10/18/14) - A morning accident in Custer sent one person to the hospital. According to Breckinridge County Sheriff Deputy Jim Beauchamp, the accident happened just after 8 A.M. Saturday at the intersection of East Kentucky 86 and 690. A 2010 GMC pickup driven by 72 year-old Lawrence Johnston of Garfield, was traveling south on Highway 690 and came to a stop at the intersection.
(10/18/14)- The Breckinridge County Fighting Tiger football team fell to Franklin-Simpson Friday (10/17) night by the score of 54-0. The Wildcats converted an early Tiger interception into a touchdown and never looked back. Demetrius Mucker led the Tigers with 14 tackles and named the Player of the Game. The Tigers are at Warren East next Friday (10/23) night.
10/16/2014—The Cloverport Board of Education approved the audit report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014, at their regular meeting Thursday evening. The report was presented by Joe Montgomery, of White and Company, Lebanon, KY. Montgomery said the District has a $7,894,376 in total net assets, with $5,791,623 in total liabilities. Montgomery said it was a
Mill puppies get a second chance
The Jackson County Animal Shelter is accepting applications for more than 100 dogs that were seized from a puppy mill about a month ago. The shelter hopes the puppies get a second chance. Christina Fan of WOWK reports.
News crew has close call with semi-truck
A KIRO news crew was out on assignment at the on-ramp to I-5 when they were nearly hit by a semi that came barreling down the closed on ramp before crashing through a barricade. KIRO's Jeff Dubois reports.
Colorado health officials pursue ban of marijuana edibles
As a new law requiring marijuana edibles to be clearly labeled is debated, Colorado state health officials are also pursing a possible outright ban of all forms except lozenges, hard candies, and liquid extracts. KCNC's Rick Sallinger reports.