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Cloverport Board of Education


7/24/2014—The Cloverport Board of Education approved a motion to purchase 80 “I-Pad Minis” at a special called meeting Thursday evening.  The cost of the devices is just over $22,000, and will be paid for by funds from the Race to the Top Grant.  The “I-Pad Minis” will be distributed to elementary students.
 
In other business, the Board approved

Fire Destroys Home Near Custer


7/24/14---According to John Betner of Custer Fire And Rescue, a house on Elliot Road near Custer was destroyed by fire on Wednesday evening. Betner reports that the fire started on the porch,and was fully involved when units arrived at the scene. Custer, Harned, and McDaniels Fire And Rescue all responded to the home occupied by the Evans family. Mr. Evans suffered minor burns, and was treated at

Hardinsburg Man Arrested for Meth


7/24/14---According to Sheriff Todd Pate, a Hardinsburg man is in custody, following a home visit by the Department of Probation and Parole and the Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Department.
Sheriff Pate said he was contacted by Probation and Parole, requesting assistance with a home visit at a residence at 6392 West Highway 60, Hardinsburg.  A search of the home, at about 10:30

Cloverport City Council


7/21/2014—The Cloverport City Council tabled action on the only bid they received for the city-owned building on Main Street that used to the house the Cloverport Diner, at their regular meeting Monday night.  Glenn Hamilton submitted the only bid.  Hamilton bid $10,500 for the building and the attached exhaust fan.  Hamilton also bid $10,000 for the building without
Dedicated fans turn out for 2014 Comic-Con opening day
The opening day of Comic-Con is drawing thousands of comic book fans and stars from around the world. As Bigad Shaban explains, the Comic-Con convention has grown beyond comic books into a showcase for all of superhero pop culture.
Meet Richard Hendrickson the 101-year-old National Weather Service volunteer
Herbert Hoover was president when New York man started recording the weather in 1930
Cops: Calif. man, 80, fatally shot pregnant intruder
Tom Greer told police he walked in on a man and woman going through his things at his Long Beach, Calif., home; he said the couple tackled him and that's when he shot the female intruder in the back
Desperate for painkillers, man self-inflicted injuries
Man known as John Doe intentionally placed objects in his body, prompting surgery and giving him the meds to feed his addiction
Gov't destroyed evidence in US engineer's death
Singapore authorities admit they destroyed crucial evidence in the death of American Shane Todd, whose parents believe he was murdered
Patrolling the Texas border
Amid immigration debate, photographer John Moore looks at the Rio Grande valley town of Falfurrias, Texas
Deadly storm hits Virginia campground
Fierce storm topples dozens of trees and flips recreational vehicles at Virginia campground
Wreckage of Indiana teen pilot's plane found, Coast Guard says
Haris Suleman, 17, was killed when he crashed during around-the-world flight; crews still searching for the body of his father
Crime on cruise ships focus of Senate hearing
Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., said horror stories recounted at the hearing point to a lack of oversight and accountability for passenger safety in the cruise industry
NYC police investigate another apparent chokehold
A video has surfaced of another NYPD officer using an apparent chokehold on a suspect during an arrest
Cops: Man shoots at bulletproof vest, kills friend
A judge denied bail to a Baltimore man who allegedly shot and killed his friend while trying to test a bulletproof vest
Tornado slams Virginia campground; 2 dead
Fierce storm topples trees and flips RVs at campground, killing New Jersey couple; their son is among 3 dozen injured
Ivanka Trump following in her dad's footsteps
The 32-year-old is developing a luxury hotel out of the Old Post Office building in Washington, D.C.
FAA lifts ban on U.S. airlines' flights to Israel
Decision comes halfway through second day of ban imposed after Hamas-fired rocket landed about mile from Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv
Hiker falls to his death in Grand Teton National Park
Authorities say San Francisco man apparently fell from a steep cliff; body was found after girlfriend reported him missing
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Carol Hinton-Field Day Interview Pt. 2 07/16/2014
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