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Dale’s Hot Dog Stand, 102 N. 2nd St., Richmond 100%
Grow & Learn CDC of Berea, 185 Glades Rd., Berea 99%
Kemper Sports / The Arlington Club, 1510 Lexington Rd., Richmond 98%
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The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post, which provides coverage for Madison, Clark, Estill, Lee, Owsley, Jackson, Mercer, Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard and Jessamine counties, will be conducting periodic traffic safety checkpoints at locations approved by the Kentucky State Police Policy and Procedures Manual. These checkpoints will be conducted in an effort to enforce the traffic laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Special attention will be paid to occupant protection (seatbelt adherence), sobriety, insurance, and registration violations. A complete list of traffic safety checkpoint locations can be found at http://www.kentuckystatepolice.org/posts/press/post7_checkpoints.htm
Captain Greg Crockett, Post Commander of the Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post is reporting the following activity for the month of May, 2014.
Troopers and Detectives issued a total of 2081 citations of which 341 were for speeding, 5 for no child restraint and 304 for no seatbelts. There were a total of 20 individuals arrested for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Troopers issued 462 courtesy notices, and assisted 56 stranded motorists, while inspecting 2378 vehicles.
Richmond Post investigated 51 traffic collisions in the month of May.
Detectives and Troopers investigated 1109 complaints, opened 70 criminal cases, and made 282 criminal arrests.
Richmond Post provides law enforcement service for Boyle, Lincoln, Mercer, Garrard, Jessamine, Madison, Clark, Lee, Estill, Owsley and Jackson counties. To contact the Richmond Post you may call (859) 623-2404 or toll free at (800) 222-5555.
Drug Arrests: On 05/29/2014 Officers received a complaint about a possible Methamphetamine Lab at 32 Mary Street. Once they arrived they detected an odor of ammonia coming from the apartment and made contact with the occupants. Inside the apartment they located numerous items used to
The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post in investigating two fires that occurred approximately 6 miles south of Booneville in rural Owsley County. The fires were started between 1:00 am and 7:00 am on Sunday, June 1, 2014. The first fire damaged a garage on Brown-Gabbard Road and the second fire destroyed a barn on Lower Wolf Creek Road. There were several ATV’s seen and heard in the area around the time of the fires.
The Arson Task Force is offering a $1000.00 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for starting the fires.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Kentucky State Police, Post 7
Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo and Senate President Robert Stivers announced today that Henry Stephens, a professor at Northern Kentucky University’s Salmon P. Chase College of Law, will serve as their joint appointment to the Legislative Ethics Commission.
“I’m happy that President Stivers and I could come together to make this appointment,” Speaker Stumbo said. “I think Professor Stephens is a good
Endangerment Arrests: On 05/30/2014, police charged Mary Hembree, age 32, and John Albertini, age, 32, both of Spurlin MHP, for wanton endangerment after the two were found intoxicated with children in their
U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell issued the following statement today regarding the Obama administration’s new job-killing EPA regulations and their effects on American families and Kentucky’s coal jobs and economy:
“Today’s announcement is a dagger in the heart of the American middle class, and to representative Democracy itself. Already reeling from the painful effects of Obamacare, the American people are now being told they have to shoulder the burdens of the President’s latest ‘solution’ in the form of higher costs, fewer jobs, and a less reliable energy grid. The fact that the President
Kentucky Storytelling Association is pleased to announce Governor Stephen L. Beshear has proclaimed September 8-14, 2014, as Storytelling Week in Kentucky.
Mark your calendars now as the proclamation “urges all Kentuckians to participate in its observance by telling a story, listening to a story, and celebrating the power of storytelling.”
The Proclamation states: “ Storytelling is one of the traditional ways that Kentucky’s elders have taught younger generations about their ancestors, heritage and culture; and Storytelling can be used as
If you or someone you know is experiencing memory loss or behavioral changes, it’s time to learn the facts. Early detection of Alzheimer’s disease gives you a chance to begin drug therapy, enroll in clinical studies and plan for the future. This interactive workshop features video clips of people with Alzheimer’s disease.
The program will take place at the Pulaski County Public Library, located at 304 South Main Street, Somerset on Wednesday, June 11th from 2:30pm-3:30pm. To register for this program, please call 1-800-272-3900 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration is preferred.
Bear Alert: If you live in the area of Keystone Drive or North Keeneland Drive, Richmond Police received a call of a small black Bear going through yards. Several residents and business in the area were alerted and Police blocked off the area. Fish and Wildlife showed up on the scene to assist. The area was surrounded by several officers who spotted the Bear run into a wooded area. Officers ask residents to go inside during our search in case the Bear came out. The Bear has not been seen since .In anyone sees the Bear call 911.
Wayne Story, 59, of Richmond, passed away Friday, May 30, 2014. He was born in Madison County, Kentucky, on November 30, 1954, the son of the late William and Lillie Dickerson Golden.
He served as a firefighter with the City of Richmond Fire Department for 20 years and was a school bus driver for the Madison County Schools. He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Forces and had attended Grace Chapel Wesleyan Church.
He dearly loved his grandchildren who were everything to him, and he enjoyed fishing.
On December 8, 1972, Wayne united in marriage to Connie Masters Story