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The Winchester SunThe Clark County jail is working to correct two deficiencies that the state Department of Corrections identified in its annual inspection. After a May 18 inspection, the Kentucky Department of Corrections identified nine non-compliant items and sent the...
Jess Clarkson, Jr., 86, of Kings Mountain is still “tough as a pine knot” like he was when he fought his way across Italy, France and into Germany during World War II. The former infantryman’s memory is sharp as a tack too and his...
email@example.comNICHOLASVILLE — A thin, blue ribbon transforms in the folds of Pete Gleich’s 86-year-old hands. The ribbed, ultramarine fabric bends light like Pacific waves. The tiny laurel leaves etched in its gold casing appear, symbolizing victory....
firstname.lastname@example.orgA thin, blue ribbon transforms in the folds of Pete Gleich’s 86-year-old hands. The ribbed, ultramarine fabric bends light like Pacific waves. The tiny laurel leaves etched in its gold casing appear, symbolizing victory. Gleich, who now lives in...
email@example.comIn January, the state will begin releasing prisoners by the hundreds under parole-like supervision guidelines. The move involves prisoners who have six months left on their sentences. However, locally, the move apparently will not have a large immediate...
Prosecutors abruptly dropped all possibility of charges against Clark County Jailer Bobby Stone Thursday, after an investigation found no evidence to support any charges. The possibility of contempt charges surfaced in February after two prisoners were...
Tuesday morning, the Commonwealth’s Department of Corrections Deputy Commissioner for Community Services Rodney Ballard had a mixed message for the Lincoln County Fiscal Court on building a new jail. He started out making an analogy about how he was...
Politicians, of all stripes, bear watching; left unsupervised, they inevitably turn to some mischief that will upset the children and scare the livestock. Such is the nature of the joint task force assembled by our elected state officials to study...
The Winchester SunClark County Jailer Bobby Stone will be tried in July for contempt of court after jail employees reportedly released two prisoners prematurely. Following a 20-minute closed hearing Thursday afternoon, special judge David Hayse scheduled the trial for...
The Winchester SunClark County Jailer Bobby Stone is already facing contempt of court charges after two prisoners were released prematurely, but may be facing other charges that would remove him from office. Wednesday afternoon, Clark District Judges Earl-Ray Neal and...
Two Clark County district judges announced they will seek criminal malfeasance charges against Jailer Bobby Stone Wednesday, after two prisoners were released before their sentences were complete. Stone, who was recently elected to a seventh consecutive...
NORFOLK — For Harold Bergbower, the memories of war go back more than 70 years and could be the stuff of pulp novels. Soldiers fighting on horseback against impossible odds. "Hell ships" crammed with prisoners. Waking up in the morgue. Far...
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