Cloverport Board of Education

3/26/2015—The Cloverport Board of Education approved final plans for a renovation project at a special called meeting Thursday evening.  The plans were presented by Jeanie Cannon with RBS Design architects.  The construction project will renovate the existing media center and build additional classrooms.  The total estimated cost of the project is $1,845,900.00. 

Two Vehicle Accident

3/25/15---According to Chief Deputy Bruce Anthony, with the Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Department, 3 people were transported to an area hospital following an accident Tuesday (3/24) afternoon.
The accident occurred on Highway 259, between Madrid and Eveleigh Bridge at about 12:20, when a 1993 Ford Ranger driven by 43-year-old Gary Thomas of Leitchfield had stopped for traffic turning

Breckinridge Fiscal Court

(03/24/2015)- Fiscal court magistrates gave final approval for a budget amendment during their meeting Monday (03/23) night at the courthouse to reflect funding for the county animal shelter and juvenile transportation costs. 

Long-Time WXBC Voice Dennis Day Passes

(03/17/16)- W-X-B-C and Breckinridge Broadcasting, Incorporated has lost one it's stalwarts and the community has lost a golden voice: Dennis Day passed away Monday (03/16) at the age of 64. Dennis was part of the original W-X-B-C staff when it signed on the air back in 1992. Prior that, Dennis had a long and distinguished career in radio broadcasting, including a stint at the former W-H-I-C....
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