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USDA, Norton Announce Grant Money for Breckinridge Health


(09/29/14)- Officials with the U-S Agriculture Department presented Norton Healthcare and Breckinridge Health with grant money for the purchase of "telemedicine" equipment to connect Breckinridge Memorial with specialists at Norton facilities in Louisville. Norton is receiving over 294-thousand dollars to install the equipment at the local hospital along with facilities in Columbia....
 

Highway Officials Urge Caution on Yard Sale, Political Signs


(09/29/14)- The combination of the upcoming U-S 60 Yard Sale this weekend and political candidate signs are prompting state highway officials to issue a caution about both in context of highway safety. Signs for either are not permitted in state-maintained right-of-way and crews have the authority to take them down. Also, attaching signs or the like on highway signs, mile markers or right-of-way...
 

Tigers Win Over Caverna On Homecoming Night


(09/27/14)- The Breckinridge County High School Fighting Tiger football team won on Homecoming Night Friday (09/26) over Caverna, 41-22. The Tigers trailed the Colonels, 22-21 going into the fourth quarter, but rallied with two touchdowns by quarterback Grayson Sosh and a third by running back Dalton Weatherford. Sosh, Weatherford and Matthew Miller all ran for over 100 yards as the Tigers...
 

Breckinridge County Board of Education Called Meeting


(09/24/14)- The Breckinridge County Board of Education voted 4-0 Wednesday (09/25) night during a called meeting to send request for proposals for the design of new facilities for Irvington Elementary School. Superintendent Janet Meeks said the district will send out requests to architects that are the State Department’s list to gage interest and the board will review the proposals at...
 

Irvington City Council Called Meeting


(09/24/14)- The Irvington City Council gave final approval to property tax rates for the coming year during a called meeting on Wednesday (09/24) night. The panel adopted the rates of 35.8 cents per hundred dollars assessed value on real property and 65.1 cents per hundred on personal property, which is aimed at generating a four-percent increase in revenue from last year’s rates. The...
 

Leak Affects Gas Service in Cloverport


(09/24/14)- Cloverport officials say the gas leak that occurred Tuesday (09/23) night has been fixed and crews are going door-to-door to turn the service back on. A main leak occurred while crews were working at the tile plant, prompting the city to shut off gas service in areas east of Clover Creek into Wednesday morning while the repairs were made. 

Aleris To Invest In Lewisport Mill


(09/24/14)- State officials announced Wednesday (09/24) that Aleris Corporation will invest 350-million dollars into it's rolling mill facility at Lewisport in Hancock County. The project will equip the company with capabilities to serve the North American automotive industry as it shifts to broader aluminum use to make lighter vehicles.  Construction will begin this fall, with a goal of...
 

Cloverport Board of Education


(09-19-14) Superintendent Charles Proffitt presented the 2015 working budget to the Cloverport Board of Education during their monthly meeting on Thursday (09/19) night. Under the proposal, expenditures and revenue total three-point-seven million dollars. Salaries comprised 65-percent of the budget. Proffitt said he and financial officer Steven Clark have to constantly hold the line on the...
 
Feds: NFL's TV "blackout" rule unsportsmanlike
"FCC shouldn't be complicit in preventing sports fans from watching their favorite teams on TV," FCC chairman says
Explosives found in manhunt for trooper ambush suspect
Explosives are believed to have been left behind by Eric Frein, who has eluded capture in Pennsylvania for 18 days
"48 Hours" interview used as key evidence in murder trial
Michele Williams' changing story of how her husband was shot came back to haunt her
Wisconsin deer caught in hammock saved by deputy
One Wisconsin family temporarily bagged a big buck by accidentally trapping it in their backyard. A deputy on patrol saved the poor animal after it got its antlers stuck in the netting of a hammock.
America's 10 most ticketed cars
Driving a muscle car doesn't make you ticket bait -- it's those inexpensive four-cylinders that draw the police's attention
Homicide charges for parents of son found decomposing in home
Pa. couple who didn't deal with their 9-year-old disabled son's body until the smell became overwhelming charged over starvation death
Bring your own: California bans single-use plastic bags
Plastic bag manufacturers plan voter referendum to repeal new law, scheduled to take effect in July 2015
Shooter takes stand in "loud music" murder trial
It's Michael Dunn's second trial for killing teenager Jordan Davis at a Jacksonville, Fla. gas station; he was convicted of the attempted murder of three other youths in the same incident
Michael Phelps arrested for DUI in Baltimore
Incident marks the second DUI arrest for the most decorated athlete in Olympic history
Schools near Pa. trooper killer suspect manhunt reopen
Eric Frein -- survivalist and alleged cop killer on the run since Sept. 12 -- believed to be contained in a 5-square-mile perimeter
Suspect pleads not guilty in death of Ark. realtor
A man accused of kidnapping and killing an Arkansas realtor denied the murder and said victim Beverly Carter may have been targeted "because she was a woman that worked alone"
California town mourns late turkey
Tom Kettleman was a beloved member of the Lodi, Calif. community. He was also a turkey. Kettleman was tragically killed Sunday in an auto accident. Maria Medina of CBS Sacramento reports.
Beheading suspect's conversion surprised family
A Facebook page belonging to the man accused of beheading a woman at an Oklahoma workplace suggests that he had become focused on Islamic faith
SC cop indicted in shooting shrouded in mystery
Dashboard cameras can make a big difference in cases involving police shootings and whether officers involved will face criminal charges
Marijuana firing case weighed by Colorado Supreme Court
Quadriplegic medical marijuana patient who was fired after failing a drug test 4 years ago says he can't find steady work
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