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email@example.comLANCASTER — Bluegrass 911 has two new board members from Lincoln County who work in law enforcement. The appointments of Stanford Police Det. Joe Gilliland and Lincoln County Deputy Coroner Don Gilliam were announced at a 911 board meeting May 1....
Tags: Laws, Justice System, Judges, Crime, Law and Justice
firstname.lastname@example.orgEast Jessamine Middle School honor roll, third nine weeks A honor roll Sixth grade: Julianna Burdine, Quinton Carr, Kellie Corey, Breanna Creekmore, Kristopher Dunn, Je Dynn Fogle, Selena Garcia, Lauren Gore, Alexander Griffin, Laura Harasimo, Logan...
email@example.comA mock shooting was performed Tuesday afternoon at Centre College just as a college community in Texas was struck by a real attack. While Centre students prepared for the drill about 3:30 p.m., students of Lone Star College were just being released from...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Law enforcement officers in Lincoln County have been dealing with everything from active shooters and bomb threats to kidnappings and murders over the past week, but fortunately, it's all taking place in virtual reality. Lincoln...
email@example.comA deputy with the Boyle County Sheriff’s Office recently underwent training that will give him, as well as his department, a leg up on judicial protective services. Sgt. Dustin Clem, who serves as school resource officer with Boyle County Schools,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFRANKFORT - Counties could abolish their constable offices under a bill that cleared a House panel on Tuesday. The proposal, which state lawmakers have been trying to pass in various forms for years, was approved by the House Committee on Elections,...
FRANKFORT (AP) — Counties could abolish their constable offices under a bill that cleared a House panel on Tuesday. The proposal, which state lawmakers have been trying to pass in various forms for years, was approved by the House Committee on...
email@example.comDANVILLE — The man accused of threatening a student and causing officials to bolster security at Lincoln County High School was arrested last week. Joshua Sargent, 22, of Danville has been charged with third-degree terroristic threatening and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville High School students gained a different learning experience this week as the school held its yearly intercession. “Our goal is to develop a student’s ability to take more responsibility for their learning,” according to the...
Jessamine County Sheriff’s deputies Mark Mitchell and Ryan Rohrback were among law-enforcement officers from different agencies across the state who graduated from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training in recent...
On the day when the Kentucky Industrial Hemp Commission voted to support Senate Bill 50, another Kentucky law enforcement group announced its opposition to the measure. Senate Bill 50, sponsored by state Sen. Paul Hornback, would legalize hemp...
Tags: Elections, Laws, Crime, Law and Justice, Politics
Attorney General Jack Conway and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced today they have taken legal action against Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing, an alleged global pyramid scheme operating since 2001 from its corporate headquarters in Lexington. The...
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