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Hardinsburg City Council-Special Called Meeting


10/22/2014—The Hardinsburg City Council approved a resolution implementing an assistance agreement between the City and the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority at a special called meeting Wednesday evening.  The resolution authorizes payments to Caldwell Tank, Inc. for construction of the new water tank at the Industrial Park.  The initial payment on the project is

Glenn Jury Trial


10/22/2014—A jury found Rondal Dale Glenn, 37, Harned, not guilty on two felony charges of receiving stolen property valued over $10,000.  They did return a guilty verdict on a lesser charge of receiving stolen property valued under $500.  The jury recommended a $500 fine.
 
The trial was held October 15 and 16, in Division 1 of Breckinridge Circuit Court, with

Breckinridge Circuit Court-Division 1


10/22/2014—Division 1 of Breckinridge Circuit Court with Judge Bruce Butler met Wednesday.
 
Leslie Crump, 32, and Joseph C. Crain, 30, each pleaded not guilty to a charge of flagrant non-support.  Both will have a pre-trial conference December 3.
 
Brandin Wales, 30, pleaded guilty to flagrant non-support.  Sentencing was set for December 3.
 
Thomas W. Hall,

Breckinridge Circuit Court-Division 2


10/22/2014—Division 2 of Breckinridge Circuit Court with Judge Robert A. Miller met Wednesday.
 
 
Kirk K. Adkisson, 40; and Willard G. Lang, Jr., each pleaded not guilty to one count of flagrant non-support.  Both men will have a pre-trial conference November 19.
 
A jury trial was scheduled for May 13-15, 2015, for 45 year old Bonita Watkins.  Watkins is

Candidates Forum in Hardinsburg on Monday


(10/21/14)- Government budgets, roads jobs, and the detention center were common themes addressed during a "Measure the Candidate" forum held Monday (10/20) at the Community Extension Building. Those attending heard from candidates for U-S and State Representative, County Judge-Executive, Jailer, Fiscal Court Magistrate and Irvington Mayor. (You can hear from some of the candidates on...
 

Two Vehicle Accident


10/21/14---A two vehicle accident near Garfield sent one person to the hospital yesterday (Mon) afternoon. The accident occurred around 5:15 in the 5000 block of East Highway 60, near Dead Man’s Curve. According to Breckinridge County Deputy Sheriff Billy Richardson, the accident occurred when an eastbound 2006 Ford 500, driven by 25-Year-Old Tiffany Bradley of Irvington had slowed or

Cloverport City Council


10/20/2014—The  regular meeting of the Cloverport City Council was cancelled because of the lack of a quorum.  According to Mayor Susan Hendricks, the meeting has been rescheduled for Monday, October 27 at 5:00pm.

Tigers Fall to Franklin-Simpson


(10/18/14)- The Breckinridge County Fighting Tiger football team fell to Franklin-Simpson Friday (10/17) night by the score of 54-0. The Wildcats converted an early Tiger interception into a touchdown and never looked back. Demetrius Mucker led the Tigers with 14 tackles and named the Player of the Game. The Tigers are at Warren East next Friday (10/23) night.
 
 
Royals bounce back, beat Giants to even World Series
Kansas City Royals regain spunk that's marked their postseason run, top San Francisco Giants 7-2 and knot series at one game apiece
AP: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told to testify in Ray Rice appeal
At issue: What Rice told Goodell in June about the former Pro Bowl running back hitting his then-fiancee in an elevator
How would NYC handle a nuclear explosion?
The city's Office of Emergency Management ran a training exercise Wednesday that simulated a response to a nuclear explosion in Times Square
Bears hit the town in Reno, Nevada
Driven by the ongoing drought and the coming winter, bears are encroaching on Reno, Nevada in record numbers.
10/22: Shooting paralyzes Canada's capital; Hungry bears roam into Nevada towns
Tragedy and terror struck Canada's capital city Ottawa after a gunman shot a soldier standing guard at the country's National War Memorial. The gunman was later killed in a shootout inside Ottawa's Parliament building; and, the extreme drought in Reno, Nevada, has not only dried up rivers, it has also depleted the natural food sources of bears, forcing them farther into urban communities to feed. Bears are bulking up for hibernation and need to eat up to 30,000 calories a day.
More scrutiny for Japanese maker of defective air bags
The devices made by the Japanese Takata company are said to be responsible for at least four deaths and 30 injuries, including on in a Florida case, which it settled
Bogus World Series tickets seized by authorities
Four were arrested for selling the tickets along with other counterfeit items
Dallas hospital had poor emergency room performance before Ebola case
Records show the emergency room at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas failed to meet national patient safety and quality standards
Steve Ballmer on his "hardcore" Clippers
The former Microsoft CEO and new Los Angeles Clippers owner talks with CBS News' Jeff Glor about the upcoming NBA season and his former competitor Apple's latest offering, Apple Pay.
Characters brawl on Hollywood Boulevard
A fight between several costumed characters broke out in front of the TCL Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard while hundreds of tourists were on the busy sidewalks. Suzanne Marques reports.
Spaniel belonging to Ebola-infected nurse tests negative
The pooch was moved from the home of Nina Pham to a decommissioned naval air base, where he's under monitoring
School incorporates coding into every class
Many industry experts say too few students are learning computer code. Beaver Country Day School in Brookline, Mass., is hoping to change that by incorporating coding into every class. Paula Ebben reports.
Wrongful death suit in case of slain Calif. mayor
The family of slain Bell Gardens mayor Daniel Crespo says his wife shot him "with malice and in cold blood," she claims self-defense
Massive scope of academic fraud at UNC revealed
Report finds thousands of students received artificially inflated grades in what an investigator called a "shadow curriculum"
CDC: Every traveler coming from Ebola nations will be monitored for 21 days
"The bottom line is that we have to keep our guard against Ebola," CDC director says
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