Hardinsburg City Council


2/8/2016—The Hardinsburg City Council approved the second reading of an ordinance that annexes 22.36 acres of land on Industrial Park Rd. into the city limits at their regular meeting Monday evening.  The land is contiguous to the city’s western boundary, and is suitable for urban development.
 
The Council also approved the second reading of an ordinance adopting a

Breckinridge Fiscal Court


2/8/2016—Magistrates approved a letter of commitment to the Kentucky Work Ready Community Program at their regular meeting Monday morning.  Karen Brown, Chairman of the Breckinridge County Work Ready Committee, explained the program prior to the vote.  She said it was a state certification program to attract new businesses to counties.  Brown said the program has three major

Another Phone Scam


(01/14/16)- Another phone scam is apparently making rounds through the area. 

According to Breckinridge County Sheriff Todd Pate, his office has received a call complaining of a scammer claiming to be making collections for retired state police troopers. Pate says a check with State Police indicates no such collection is taking place on their part.

 
 

Welfare Check Leads To Arrest


(01/14/16)- What began as a welfare check ended with a Grayson County man arrested on drug-related charges.

According to Breckinridge County Sheriff Todd Pate, a call came in to dispatch early Wednesday (01/13) morning of an SUV parked with a person inside on a bridge along Mercer Bend Road in the McDaniels area.  When Pate arrvied on scene, the vehicle had left but was located a short...

 

Division 2 of Breckinridge Circuit Court


3/4/2016—Division 2 of Breckinridge Circuit Court with Judge Robert A. Miller met Wednesday.
 
Rollan W. Kimberly, 31, pleaded not guilty to 1st degree possession of a controlled substance(meth), 1st offense.,  A pre-trial conference was scheduled for March 16.
 
Bethany Wilson, 35, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of cultivation of marijuana, five or less plants, 1st

Division 1 of Breckinridge Circuit Court


3/4/2016—Division 1 of Breckinridge Circuit Court with Judge Bruce Butler met Wednesday.
 
David A. Robbins, 33; and Dallas Dawson, 25, both pleaded not guilty to flagrant non-support.  A pre-trial conference for Robbins was set for March 16.  Dawson’s pre-trial conference was scheduled for March 2.
 
Wendall R. Embry, 43, pleaded not guilty to 1st degree
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