Cloverport Board of Education


(04/18/2014)- Cloverport Schools have finalized the calendar for the rest of the year: Superintendent Charles Proffitt told the Board of Education during their monthly meeting Thursday (04/17) night they took the two options approved during last month's meeting to staff, who selected adding 32 minutes to the school day, which will put the last day for students at May 26th, and the final day...
 

Assault Leaves Woman Injured, Man Arrested


(04/18/2014)- An altercation Wednesday (04/16) evening at the Maplewood Mobile Home Park in Hardinsburg left a woman injured and a man facing charges over the incident.

According to Hardinsburg Police Officer Brent Flood, units were summoned to a location in the park around 5:45 Wednesday afternoon with a report of someone shot. Flood said 18-year-old Cory Oster and 18-year-old Destiny Chill...

 

United Way Campaign Sets New Record


(04/17/2014)- United Way of Central Kentucky officially wrapped up it's annual fundraising campaign, raising over one-point-two million dollars to benefit human service agencies in it's five-county service area (which includes Breckinridge). A number of local fundraising efforts contributed to the total, including over six-thousand dollars from Breckinridge County Schools, with over....
 

Breckinridge Circuit Court-Division 1


4/14/2014—Division 1 of Breckinridge Circuit Court with Judge Bruce Butler met Wednesday.
 
Dewey D. Back, 27, pleaded not guilty to a charge of flagrant non-support.  A pre-trial conference was set for May 21.
 
Chad E. Sizemore, 40, pleaded not guilty to 2nd degree assault.  Judge Butler set a pre-trial conference for May 21.
 
A pre-trial conference was

Breckinridge Circuit Court-Division 2


4/16/2014—Division 2 of Breckinridge Circuit Court with Judge Robert A. Miller met Wednesday.
 
Bonita F. Watkins, 44, pleaded not guilty to a charge of theft by unlawful taking of property valued between $10,000 and $1 million.  A pre-trial conference was set for May 21.
 
Donovan J. Brown, 39, pleaded not guilty to 1st degree possession of a controlled

Hardinsburg City Council


4/14/2014-The Hardinsburg City Council tabled action on the second reading of an ordinance stating the intent to annex approximately 1,496 acres into the city limits at their regular meeting Monday night.  Several residents were in attendance at the meeting.  Joe Burke asked what benefits he would receive by annexation, and said he was opposed to paying taxes on bare land.  A

Irvington City Council Called Meeting


(04/15/2014)- The Irvington City Council approved the appointment of Marvin Lee Rowe to the panel during a called meeting on Monday (04/13) night. Rowe was one of five residents to apply for the post following the resignation of Terra Ditto earlier in the month after she moved outside the city limits. The council thanked those who applied for the open seat.
 
 
 

Man Arrested On Warrants From Three Counties


(04/13/2014)- A man wanted by three jurisdictions on various charges was arrested Friday (04/10) afternoon in Breckinridge County. According to Deputy Sheriff Tyler Hardin, a tip led him to a residence on Highway 401 to locate 32-year-old Nevin Shawver for warrants from three counties. Shawver fled from his vehicle from authorities with Kentucky State Police called in to look for him. Hardin hid...
 
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Boston marathon runner to cross finish line, again
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Boston marathoner Kris Biagiotti will run again, a year after competing with special-needs daughter
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84-year-old bowls perfect game
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Minn. town gathers to help child with cancer break high-five record
Hundreds turned out at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony, Minn., to smack hands with Evan Thornton, a 9-year-old suffering from bone cancer, in an attempt to break the world record for most high-fives in a minute. The goal was to get 212 -- they got 221. As of now, the record is unofficially broken. The results still need to be sent to Guinness.
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Ole Miss frat shuttered in wake of noose incident
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Recreational destruction therapy: Destroying stuff for fun
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