Kentucky State Police
One Dead in Perry County Fatal Collision
On Tuesday, December 17, 2013 at approximately 11:33 p.m., Kentucky State Police Troopers, who were patrolling KY 80 in Hazard, observed a passenger car, a 1997 Plymouth Breeze, traveling at an apparent high rate of speed, in the eastbound lane of KY 80. As troopers turned in an attempt to conduct a traffic stop, the car crossed the westbound land, ... (more)
Herald Star Online
Pleasant Hill Elementary poised for a new life
And the public can come and get a better understanding of its reinvention as Four Seasons Ministries Community Center during an open house from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Mountain Lawmakers Wield Power In Legislature
Lawmakers from the Appalachian region have major clout in Frankfort, occupying six of the top leadership positions in the Legislature.
The Madison Courier
Chamber seeks nominations for special awards
OUR VIEW Jefferson County has many businesses and individuals deserving of recognition for the good work they do for our communities.
R-Bar-B expansion approved, 2-1
The county commission made a split decision to approve the conditional use permit for the expansion of R-Bar-B Monday afternoon.
Woman charged after police find religious animal sacrifice in Hardin County home
Evelia Macias, who authorities said is in the country illegally, was in court on animal cruelty charges in Hardin County on Tuesday and was sentenced in Jefferson Circuit Court on drug charges Wednesday morning.
The Paducah Sun Online Edition
Martha Churchill Imes Farris
She was born in Murray on July 15, 1924, and was the daughter of the late Ronald W. Sr. and Rebecca Wear Churchill and was preceded in death by husbands, John Richard Imes and Charles Farris; by a daughter, Mary Wallace Imes; a great-grandson, Hank Imes; and a sister Minnie Lee Walker.