Theft/Fleeing Charges: On 09/09/2013, police charged Jeffrey D. Sergent, age 34, Keystone Drive, in connection with the theft of tools from a local factory.
On 07/24/2013, a representative of Kokoku Rubber reported that numerous tools had been stolen from the business during the overnight hours. The following items were reported missing: a Stanley Fat Max tool box with various hand tools inside; a My Weigh iBalance scale; a Pelouse scale; a pair of fixed tip retaining pliers; five metric steel eyebolts; a plier nose wire stripper; a multi-purpose wire stripper/crimper, 8.5” in length; a reversible blade screwdriver set with slotted and Phillips blades; a ball point Hex set, 1.5mm-10mm; a three-piece adjustable wrench set; a
UPDATE: Trooper Ryan Loudermilk discovered that the male subject he had arrested on Monday September 09, 2013 had given him a false name. His real name is Justin R Cornett not James Cornett.
The second suspect from the Burglary on Monday, September 09, 2013 has been identified and arrested, as a result of Trooper Ryan Loudermilk’s investigation.
Arrested was: Michael L Loudermilk, 26, of Somerset, KY he was lodged in the Whitley County Detention Center.
On Monday, September 09, 2013 at approximately 2:56 PM, Trooper Ryan Loudermilk was on patrol on US Highway 25, two miles south of Corbin when
U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell made the following remarks on the Senate floor today regarding the President’s Syria resolution and the ‘Russian diplomatic gambit to forestall U.S. military action’:
“First, I’d like to welcome the President to the Capitol today. Members on both sides of the aisle are eager to hear from him, and to share their own thoughts. We look forward to a spirited and constructive exchange.
“It’s often said that of all the questions we face as lawmakers, none is more serious or indeed more difficult than the question of whether to commit ourselves to a military action. That’s why it is so important for us to have this debate, to lay out the arguments for and against military action in Syria, to let
On Thursday, Sept 12, 2013 at 6:30pm Bluegrass Heritage Museum speaker for the evening will be Bill Farmer, fort manager of Fort Boonesborough State Park. He will discuss iron implements such as tools, weapons, and cooking utensils.
All programs at the museum are free and take place at the museum located at 217 South Main St in downtown Winchester.
We have a handicapped accessible side entrance; refreshments. Doors open at 6:00pm. Come early and browse the exhibits.
MARBLE CREEK/ENDANGERED WATERSHED
An exhibition of photographs by Guy Mendes
September 19 / 5-7 pm/Ann Tower Gallery/ Downtown Arts Center, Lexington
OFF THE ROAD!
A RALLY TO STOP THE I-75 CONNECTOR
September 19/ 7:30 pm/ Lyric Theater Featuring readings and music by Barbara Kingsolver, Wendell Berry, Crystal Wilkinson, Richard Taylor, Erik Reece, Maurice Manning, Eric Scott Sutherland, Steve Broderson, the Matt Duncan Band, the Northside Sheiks, and special guest Tee Dee Young
Tickets at lexingtonlyric.tix.com/ $12 in advance/$15 at the door.
(sponsored by the Disconnectors, the Sierra Club, the Morris Book Shop, Alfalfa’s Restaurant and the Ann Tower Gallery)
Theft of Mail Arrests: On 09/05/2013, police arrested William R. Owen, age 33, E. Main Street, in connection with the theft of a UPS package in April 2013. The following day, 09/06/2013, police arrested Melissa Nester, age 40, E. Main Street, in connection for the same offense.
On 04/01/2013, a resident in the 400 block of Martin Drive reported that she had placed an online order for some clothing from American Eagle and that the UPS tracking system indicated that the item was delivered to her
Heightened Driver Awareness Needed as Number of Slow-Moving Vehicles on Roadways Increase During Fall Harvest
Kentucky farmers are busy harvesting crops across the state – and that means drivers are more likely to encounter slow-moving farm equipment on the roadways. The staff of Kentucky Farm Bureau urges motorists to slow down and share the road this fall, especially as we celebrate National Farm Safety & Health Week, September 15-21.
During this time of year farmers often need to move equipment from one field to another, but sometimes those transitions require their machinery to travel
Preliminary statistics* indicate that 11 people died in nine separate crashes on Kentucky’s roadways from Monday, Sept. 3 through Sunday, Sept. 8.
Two double-fatality, motor vehicle crashes occurred: one in Oldham County and one in Wayne County. One of the Oldham Co. victims was not wearing a seat belt and the crash involved the suspected use of alcohol.
Two single-fatality, motor vehicle crashes occurred in Jefferson County. One of the victims was not wearing a seat belt and one of the crashes involved the suspected use of alcohol.
One single-fatality, motor vehicle crash occurred in each of the following counties: Bell, Floyd, Mason and Pulaski. The victims in Bell and Pulaski
BMU Electric Operations Dept. is giving you advanced notice that the electric will be off at BMU’s Rash Road Substation for maintenance for approximately 30 minutes on the nights of October 5th, 12th, and 19th (beginning at midnight).
We value our customers and will restore the electric as soon as possible. IF your electric remains off for more than 30 minutes, please contact our emergency number at (859) 986-8483 to report your outage.
The areas is large and will cover the following main circuits (and areas branching from those): Campus/Hospital, Glades Rd./Dixie Park, Prospect/Center, Menelaus/BMU’s section of Brooklyn Blvd.
There are streets are too numerous to list all.
BMU Operations Department
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This eight week program will provide information, support, and encouragement to persons in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia and their caregivers. The support group will provide an opportunity to discuss issues and changes related to memory loss and a gathering to share experiences and feelings.
This series will begin on September 25th and continue through November 13th from 10:30am-12:00pm at the Alzheimer’s Association, located at 465 East High Street, Suite 200, Lexington. Registration is required. Call April at 1-859-266-5283, Ext. 1308 for more information.
If you have a loved one who is newly diagnosed, or if you just want to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease, this program is for you. This two-hour presentation will explore what everyone should know about memory loss issues and what they mean for all of us.
The program will take place at the Madison County Public Library, located at 319 Chestnut Street, Berea on Wednesday, September 11th from 1pm-3pm.
To register for this program, please call 1-800-272-3900 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration is required.
This week All About Berea has City Council Member Ronnie Terrill giving his opinion on the state of the city, the mayor’s and city administrator’s salaries, the failing of the tourism department, and more. Show co-host Beth Myers gives her first political essay on the Bereans for Fairness, and what she sees as weaknesses in both their political strategies and goals.
Liam Riddell age 2 months, infant son of Stephen and Rachael Hunter Riddell of Berea, died Tuesday Sept. 3, 2013 apparently from SIDS.
Liam is survived by his parents and his brother Carson Riddell of Berea, his paternal grandparents Tim and Vicky Alexander, his maternal grandparents James Hunter and Tina and Tim Bowling, paternal great-grandparents King and Rose Rowland, maternal great-grandparents Margie Weaver and Coy and Patricia Vance, aunts and uncles; Tina and Andy Lucas, Russell and Nancy Riddell, Daniel and Deanna Alexander, cousins Jaiden Hunter and Logan Lucas, as well as many other family and cousins.
Funeral services will be Saturday Sept. 7, 2013 at Lakes Funeral Home at 2:00 pm with Rev. John Burdette and Rev. Vaughn Rasor officiating. Burial will be in the Chasteen Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday from 12 noon until 2 pm at Lakes Funeral Home.