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Posted November 26, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
State seeks proposal for Pulaski lodging facility
     The Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet issued a request for proposal (RFP) Wednesday seeking a developer-operator for a lodging facility at General Burnside Island State Park in Pulaski County.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Times Leader ]
State picks Princeton connector route
     A route for a proposed Princeton connector between Hopkinsville Road and Ky. Route 293 North has been selected by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
Local residents learned at a public meeting in April that the state had narrowed their consideration to two routes, and now transportation officials have made their selection.



    Posted November 26, 2014 [ WEKU News ]
Mining reclamation fund will likely be tapped next year
     The director of Kentucky's Reclamation Guaranty Fund expects the first appropriation in early 2015. The fund was established in 2013 to help carry out surface mine site reclamation when a company abandons property. The fund is supported through fees paid by the mining industry.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Springfield Sun ]
Springfield native left mark on WWII
     Growing up, Daniel McIlvoy struggled in school. He failed the fourth grade in his first go-around, and by the time he was in high school, he knew he’d had enough and dropped out.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Spencer Magnet ]
Spencer man charged with sexual abuse
     A Spencer County man was charged last week with sexual abuse of a 16 year old girl. Aaron W. Goodlett, 34, of Cotton Lane in Taylorsville was charged with one count of sexual abuse in the first degree, one count of unlawful transaction with a minor in the second degree, one count of unlawful transaction with a minor in the third degree and prohibited use of an electronic communication system to procure a minor for an incident that happened on Friday, Nov. 14.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Mountain Eagle ]
More are depending on food pantry for help in Letcher
     As the coal industry continues its slide in eastern Kentucky, the Letcher County Food Pantry has seen a continuing increase in the number of families it serves each month.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Mountain Eagle ]
Fire destroys old Neon library
     The old Fleming-Neon library building burned to the ground early Monday morning.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Mountain Eagle ]
Jury says father acted justifiably in shooting son
     The Letcher County Grand Jury has determined that a 56-year-old Mayking man was acting in self-defense when he shot his 29-year-old son in August.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ McCreary County Voice ]
McCreary native dies following accident
     A McCreary County native died Saturday in the University of Kentucky Medical Center after suffering critical injuries in a November 13 accident in Pine Knot.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Corbin/Whitley News Journal ]
W'burg man faces felony charges after hit-and-run accident
     A Williamsburg man is being held in the Whitley County Detention Center in lieu of a $50,000 cash bond on charges stemming from a hit and run accident early Saturday evening.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Ledger Independent ]
Blevins resignation date now uncertain
     One week after saying he would tender his resignation from his state Senator seat in January, Senator Walter "Doc" Blevins (D-27 District) is rethinking that decision.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Madisonville Messenger ]
HCCHS inducts record number of students into National Honor Society
     A record number of Hopkins County Central High School students have been inducted into the National Honor Society this year. The students were inducted into the club Tuesday during a surprise ceremony held in the school's gymnasium in front of their families and friends.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Kentucky Senate Republicans choose two new members of their leadership team
     Kentucky Senate Republicans on Tuesday chose two new faces to lead them for the next two years.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Business Lexington ]
GoodGiving Guide Challenge nears $1M mark
     Just three weeks in to the six-week campaign to benefit 155 area nonprofits, the GoodGiving Guide Challenge is almost half way to its 2014 goal of $2,000,000. The current total is just under $940,000. Organizers Smiley Pete Publishing and Blue Grass Community Foundation expect the pace of donations to pick up as people get into the holiday spirit.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Anderson News ]
Inmate held in contempt for f-bombing judge
     Already languishing in jail on a rash of forgery and criminal possession charges, a Dan Drive man probably figured his day couldn’t get any worse when he appeared last Thursday in Anderson District Court.



    Posted November 26, 2014 [ Oldham Era ]
McConnell lays out legislative agenda in La Grange
     The next leader of the U.S. Senate made a stop in Oldham County this week to update business leaders on his legislative agenda come January. U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell, fresh off re-election as Kentucky’s senior senator and recently selected again as leader of the soon-to-be Republican majority in the U.S. Senate, spoke to a joint meeting of the La Grange Rotary and Oldham County Chamber and Economic Development groups at the John Black Community Center on Tuesday.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ LaRue County Herald News ]
Man injured when car strikes buggy
     A Sonora man was injured Nov. 18 when the horse-drawn wagon he was driving was struck by a passenger car.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ LaRue County Herald News ]
Kirby charged in seven burglaries
     James M. Kirby, 21, of the 2000 block of Rineyville-Big Spring Road, was stopped in Glendale around 10 p.m. and arrested following questioning by Kentucky State Police.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Harlan Daily Enterprise ]
Wreck at Tremont injures 3
     Kentucky State Police Trooper James Earl Hensley is investigating a two-vehicle collision that occurred on U.S. 119 at Tremont on Tuesday.


Posted November 26, 2014 [ Frankfort State Journal ]
Man indicted for having sexual relationship with 12-year-old boy
     What started as a friendship with a 12-year-old boy on social networking sites turned into a sexual relationship, prosecutors said, leading to criminal charges for 21-year-old Edward Oney.


 

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