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Jones will introduce the candidates and make remarks as the emcee of the 135th annual St. Jerome Catholic Church picnic that has become the premiere political event in the state. The picnic is known more for the crowd than the speeches, as supporters holler and heckle in equal measure throughout the event. Comment?
Authorities say a three day investigation this week led by the McCracken County Sheriff's Department has nabbed four meth traffickers. Everett E. Tabor, 32, of Marion, Kentucky was charged with careless driving, obstructed vision of windshield, firearm enhanced trafficking in methamphetamine 2nd or subsequent offense, possession of marijuana and possession of handgun by a convicted felon. 7 comments
James Matthew, "Matt", Ellegood, 24, of Fancy Farm faces two counts of attempted burglary second degree, carrying a concealed deadly weapon, and possession of burglary tools. According to the sheriff's office says shortly before noon on Wednesday, they received a call of a possible burglary in progress on KY 1241 in the Viola, Kentucky community. Comment?
An 85-year-old Wickliffe man was killed in a crash Tuesday morning. The crash happened at the intersection of KY 307 and KY 80 around 6:25 a.m. Henry D. Blanks, 85, of Wickliffe was driving a 1997 GMC 1 ton dually traveling south on KY 307. Comment?
Sheriff Dewayne Redmon reports that earlier this week he received a tip of illegal drug activity in the Fancy Farm, Kentucky community. The vehicle was stopped and during a search of the vehicle using the department's K9 Sakal. Comment?
Graves County Sheriff Dewayne Redmon says a man had to flown to an Tennessee hospital after a crash in western Kentucky. According to the sheriff, an investigation showed that Harry Wallace, 68 of Fancy Farm, was westbound on KY 80 West when his vehicle dropped off of the right side of the road. Comment?
Officials in Kentucky say turnout has been steady and problems few as voters cast ballots for U.S. Senate and other races around the state. Secretary of state's office spokeswoman Lynn Zellen says there were a few reported problems on Tuesday involving voting machines and changed polling places, but those were resolved quickly. Comment?
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