One-Vehicle Accident


(09/01/15)- A one-vehicle accident on Highway 105 south of Cloverport just before 7 Tuesday (09/01) morning left a Hardinsburg man with minor injuries. According to Breckinridge County Sheriff Todd Pate, a 2001 Suburban driven by 24-year-old Travis Rowland was southbound on 105 in the vicinity of Hardin Mills South Road when he swerved to avoid contact with a deer crossing the road. The SUV ran

Breckinridge County Grand Jury


8/31/2015—The Breckinridge County Grand Jury met Monday and returned three indictments.
 
Ashley Babb, 32, Big Spring was indicted on a charge of reckless homicide.  On June 1, 2013, Babb allegedly caused the death of Joshua Babb by the reckless handling and firing of a rifle.
 
John D. Norris, 45, Hardinsburg, was indicted on charges of theft by unlawful

RECC Awarded Safety & Health Award


(08/31/15) - Employees of the Meade County Rural Electric Cooperative was awarded Friday evening with their first Governors’ Safety and Health Award. The employees have gone more than 250,490 hours without a lost-time incident. Kentucky Labor Secretary Larry L. Roberts said the employees deserve a lot of credit. Meade County RECC distributes electricity to Meade and

Firemen Called To Shed Fire


(08/29/15) - The Custer Fire Department was called to a report of a structure fire about a half mile from Dyer, in the 9800 block of Highway 401 around 12:30 A.M. Saturday morning (8/29). When fire crews arrived on the scene, they found an outbuilding fully engulfed. 

Logging Accident Claims Life


A logging accident Friday afternoon claimed the life of a Falls of Rough man.

According to Breckinridge County Coroner Tim Bandy, the accident occurred at about 1:30 Friday afternoon, in an isolated area off Old Railroad Road at Falls Of Rough.  43-year-old Michael Craig Arnold was fatally injured when a tree he was cutting fell onto another tree and struck him.  He was...

 
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