Nadia Old age 11, daughter of Bill Old of Berea, died Friday March 21, 2014 at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in Ohio.
Nadia was a 5th grader at Berea Community Elementary School where she was involved with many activities including Pirate 21, and Nadia was also a member of the Crossroads Fellowship Church in Berea where she enjoyed Sports Blast Camp.
Nadia is survived by her father Bill Old of Berea, her aunts and uncles Robert and Julie Old, and Sherri and Bruce Walker, and her adoptive brother Thomas Bradford Benson. Nadia was preceded in death by her mother Linda
On Saturday March 29, 2014 at approximately 6:25 AM the Kentucky State Police Post 11, London received a report of a Robbery at the “Shell Fuel Station” near exit 59, off interstate 75 in Rockcastle County.
Upon arrival, KSP Detective John Barnett determined that a white male subject entered the store and approached the cashier and stated that he had a firearm and demanded money. The cashier complied and the male subject fled the store on foot with ( an undisclosed amount of ) cash.
The male subject was described as wearing: a black ski mask, black jacket, and black gloves.
Anyone with information in reference to this incident is requested to contact
Interview with head coach Dean Hood during spring practice.
Theft from Residence: On 03/27/2014, a resident in the 300 block of N. Second Street reported that a set of lion’s head wicker furniture, maroon in color, had been stolen from her front porch sometime during the overnight hours of 03/22/2014. The set consisted of two chairs, a table, and a loveseat. Estimated loss: $500.00
Anyone with information regarding the above listed cases is asked to contact the Richmond Police Department at 859-623-1162.
I am pleased to report that the House passed my Senate Bill 20 this week. The legislation makes October Anti-Bullying Month, and sets up an official time for awareness of this problem with the hopes that students will see how damaging bullying can be and work to stop it. I appreciate all that the students and staff at Madison Middle did to get this initiative successfully through the legislative process. They are such an impressive group, and their efforts should make our entire county proud!
Additionally this week, I had the honor of introducing the staff and host of Kentucky Afield, a great outdoorsman program on KET. In fact, it is the longest running program of its kind in the U.S. The host, Tim Farmer, is well
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WHAT: Kentucky State Police ‘Battle of the Belts’ Event
WHEN: Friday, March 28, 11:00 a.m. ET
WHERE: Target (north parking lot), Hamburg Pavilion, 2308 Sir Barton Way, Lexington, Ky.
Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium (student parking lot), 2800 Floyd Street, Louisville, Ky.
WHO: Kentucky State Police
WHY: In an effort to increase seat belt use, KSP will target UK-UL fans as they travel to the NCAA Basketball Tournament. KSP will hand out free UK or
U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell met with Vice Admiral Paul Zukunft of the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) today to make him aware of the impact of the Coast Guard’s ferry operator certification requirements on his constituents in Jessamine, Fayette and Madison counties in Kentucky, and to discuss regulatory issues important to Kentucky’s inland waterways industry.
Known as the oldest continuously operated ferry west of the Appalachian Mountains, the Valley View Ferry is a small, cable guided ferry located on a non-navigable portion of the Kentucky River at the Jessamine, Fayette and
Shoplifting Arrests: On 03/26/2014, police charged Jayla R. Tomlinson, age 20, Georgetown, KY, and Hannah R. Fisher, age 18, Smithfield, KY, for theft following a shoplifting incident at Kohl’s.
At approximately 7:20 P.M., an officer was dispatched to Kohl’s to investigate a reported shoplifting offense. Upon arrival, the officer learned that employees observed Tomlinson and Fisher conceal $518.00 worth of
On March 26, 2014, the Home Incarceration along with deputies from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office went to the residence of 101 Hager Drive Apartment # 7 to serve an arrest warrant on a George Richardson, age 45.
While at the apartment, deputies arrested Mr. Richardson for escape 2nd degree, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, and Trafficking in a
On Wednesday, March 26, 2014, at approximately 7:35 PM the Kentucky State Police Post 11, London was notified of a shooting that had taken place between two (2) brothers on Slusher Town road in Clay County.
Upon arrival troopers learned through an investigation that Dustin Slusher, 27, of Manchester had been shot in the leg by his brother, Shaun J. Slusher, 30, of Manchester during an argument between the two.
Further investigation revealed that after the shooting took place that Shaun Slusher fled the scene. While troopers were conducting interviews with
Whether considering college options after high school or transferring to finish a degree, Kentucky Wesleyan College invites high school and college transfer students to the Spring Open House on Saturday, April 5. Students may explore nearly 40 academic majors and pre-professional programs and learn about the KWC 4 Year Graduation Guarantee and the 3 Year Degree Option. The Open House will also include tours of the campus, and presentations on student life, financial aid and scholarships, which will include information on the new Academic Achievement Award, NCAA college athletics, and study abroad opportunities. Lunch for students and their families on-campus and optional tours of Owensboro will also be part of the