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Posted October 24, 2014 [ Kentucky Press News Service ]
Knox jail employees indicted on abuse, assault charges
     Two Knox County jail employees face criminal abuse, official misconduct and assault charges, Hazard's TV news station WYMT reported.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ The Western Recorder ]
Baptists hope to make economic, eternal impact on Bowling Green
     More than 1,000 Kentucky Baptists are expected to convene in Bowling Green in early November for an annual meeting that's certain to have a positive impact on the south central Kentucky city both economically and eternally.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Business Lexington ]
Fasig-Tipton yearling sale breaks record
     In perhaps another demonstration of the Thoroughbred bloodstock market’s resurgence, Fasig-Tipton achieved record figures for another year at its October Yearling Sale, which ran Oct. 20 – 22.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Oldham Era ]
La Grange minister charged with child sex crime
     The FBI’s Child Exploitation Task Force arrested an Oldham County minister last week for charges related to the sexual exploitation of children.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ LaRue County Herald News ]
Lincoln Boyhood Home plans improvements
     The Lincoln Boyhood Home at Knob Creek is getting a face-lift.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ LaRue County Herald News ]
Meet LaRue County’s 'Hornet Man'
     Some people would undoubtedly call him crazy. Jerry Cooper, known to some as “The Hornet Man,” has made a habit of something that scares most people: collecting hornet nests and, often enough, the hornets that are inside.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Frankfort State Journal ]
‘Frankfor Ambassordor' dies at 88
     John Hammond never met a stranger and he didn’t take no for an answer. Usually wearing a World War II baseball hat and armed with a stack of business cards, Frankfort’s “honorary goodwill ambassador” made it his mission to teach visitors about his hometown.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ The Advocate Messenger ]
Altercation between Boyle County brothers involving knife sends one to the hospital, other to jail
     Using a fillet-type knife, Bobby Wilson Jr. stabbed Wade Wilson at the latter's home on Worldstown Road after an altercation erupted.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ The Advocate Messenger ]
Car crash claims Harrodsburg resident near Danville
     A 55-year-old Harrodsburg resident died after a single-car crash Thursday afternoon near Danville.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Cynthiana Democrat ]
After being lost for nearly a year, $10k diamond is back at home
     After nearly a year of wondering and worrying, Darrell T. Tuggle was given back a piece of his history. It had been close to 30 years since Tuggle’s first wife, Wanna, gave him a 14-karat gold, seven-diamond, 2.5 carat cluster ring.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Teen acquitted in slaying faces new charges after release
     Acquitted in the beating death of his teen stepbrother last year, Joshua Young, 18, is again in trouble with the law just weeks after his release from jail.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Mother of Diane Sawyer dies at age 94
     Jean Sawyer Hayes, ABC news anchor Diane Sawyer's mother and the wife of E.P. "Tom" Sawyer, has died in Louisville at 94.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Courier-Journal ]
Louisville Zoo witnesses python's virgin births
     Who needs males? Not the world's largest snakes, and the Louisville Zoo has the reticulated python to prove it.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Sentinel-News ]
A prosperous poetic project
     The local chapters of the Kentuckians for the Commonwealth and the NAACP are joining forces Monday to host a Poetry Slam Contest. A Poetry Slam Contest is a competitive event that combines the art of poetry writing and performance.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Sentinel-News ]
Ghost hunters check out historic Birch House at Clear Creek Park
     Whispery voices, sounds of a turning doorknob, ghostly sighs. Sounds familiar to ghost hunters greeted Sight and Sound Paranormal, a paranormal investigation group based in Shelbyville, as they conducted a midnight investigation at the Birch House at Clear Creek Park Sunday night.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ News Enterprise ]
Up in the Air: Couple takes relationship to new heights
     Keith Stewart and Dottie Coven will get married Nov. 2 at an elevation with which they have become very familiar: 30,000 feet in the air.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Kentucky Standard ]
Rock City barn side to be displayed at The American Sign Museum
     A piece of Americana and longtime local landmark was saved from demolition this week. On Tuesday a crew was busy cutting the side of a barn that had “See Beautiful Rock City atop Lookout Mountain” painted on its side. The barn side will be reconstructed and displayed at The American Sign Museum in Cincinnati.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Bowling Green Daily News ]
Baha'is begin to gather in Bowling Green
     Being the only family following the Baha’i religion in Bowling Green is a challenge for Katherine Ollis and her children.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Man and juvenile charged in Oct. 17 shooting death in Lexington; third suspect sought
     Lexington police have charged a man and a juvenile with complicity to commit murder and have obtained an arrest warrant for a third person in connection with the Oct. 17 shooting death of Jeffrey Adams.


Posted October 24, 2014 [ Lexington Herald Leader ]
Lexington council votes to cut ties to Bluegrass Workforce Investment Board
     The city of Lexington is a step closer to pulling out of a regional job training group connected with the Bluegrass Area Development District.


 

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