Fire Near Garfield Destroys Barn


(05/26/16) The Harned Fire Department responded to a barn fire on Whitetail Lane, near Garfield, just before 12:30 Thursday afternoon.

According to Fire Chief Jessie Pile, The barn, owned by Howard Owens, was completely involved when firefighters arrived on the scene.  Chief Pile said the fire was started by a mower, which caught hay inside the barn on fire.  The barn, a quantity of...

 

Breckinridge Circuit Court-Division 1


5/25/2016—Division 1 of Breckinridge Circuit Court with Judge Bruce Butler met Wednesday.
 
Johnny V. Schwartz, 25; and Billie J. Scroggins, 32; each pleaded not guilty to a charge of 1st degree criminal abuse of a child under the age of twelve.  Both will be back in court for a pre-trial conference on June 22.
 
Christian L. Rowe, 28, pleaded not guilty to flagrant

Breckinridge Circuit Court-Division 2


5/25/2016—Division 2 of Breckinridge Circuit Court with Judge Robert A. Miller met Wednesday.
 
Gregory L. Jenkins, 55, pleaded not guilty to 1st degree trafficking in a controlled substance, 1st offense.  A pre-trial conference was set for June 22.
 
Lostia M. Shreves, 40; James Hopper, 30; and William T. Woods, 36; each pleaded not guilty to one count of flagrant

Peter Cave Bridge To Re-Open By Wednesday


(05/24/16)- State transportation officials say work on the Peter Cave Bridge along Highway 737 at the Breckinridge-Grayson County line is scheduled to complete and re-open to traffic by the end of the Wednesday (05/25). The bridge had been closed since early March for deck work. Crews will spend Tuesday and Wednesday installing guardrails and finishing up the work. The state had planned to have...
 
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