Officer Involved Shooting

Officer Involved Shooting
Officer Involved Shooting

On Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at approximately 11:00 PM, Kentucky State Police Post 10, Harlan received a call from the Knox County Sheriff’s Office requesting assistance in reference to an officer-involved shooting on KY HWY 223 in Knox County.

Upon arrival, KSP Detectives learned that at approximately 9:50 PM, that the Knox County Sheriff’s Office had received a call about Continue reading Officer Involved Shooting

KY Injury Prevention and Research Center Receives Support to Help Address Injury Fatality Rates

Mitch McConnell
Mitch McConnell

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced today that the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC) has received nearly $400,000 in funding to implement evidence-based programs to evaluate violence and injury related fatalities across the Commonwealth. Senator McConnell contacted the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention, who approved the federal competitive grant, on behalf of his constituents at the agency. KIPRC is a partnership between the Kentucky Department for Public Health and the University of Kentucky’s College of Public Continue reading KY Injury Prevention and Research Center Receives Support to Help Address Injury Fatality Rates

Wet Felted Vessels Demonstrated by Cathy Vigor at Kentucky Artisan Center

Felted vessel with Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick by Cathy Vigor
Felted vessel with Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick by Cathy Vigor

Lexington artist Cathy Vigor will demonstrate the steps of wet felting wool and creating a vessel on Saturday, July 2 at the Center.

Vigor will be showing how wool can be felted with water and agitation into felt, a strong malleable material.

She will form the felted wool into vessels and offer children the chance to make a felted bead.

FABRIC JEWELRY KEEPERS CREATED BY SUE REEVES AT KENTUCKY ARTISAN CENTER

Artist Sue Reeves sewing her jewelry keepers; stages of creating jewelry keepers; finished opened and closed keepers by Reeves.
Artist Sue Reeves sewing her jewelry keepers; stages of creating jewelry keepers; finished opened and closed keepers by Reeves.

On Saturday, July 9, Sue Reeves, of Richmond, will cut, stitch together, add a lining and then gather colorful fabrics into beautiful and functional jewelry keepers for travelling.

Reeves began making her jewelry keepers when she realized the need for a safe and handy travel compartment for her jewelry.

Faye Quinley

Faye Quinley
Faye Quinley

Faye Quinley

Faye Shearer Quinley, 74, of Berea died Tuesday, June 28, 2016 at her residence following an illness. She was a Morrill, KY native born September 25, 1941, daughter of the late William and Vola Asbury Shearer.

She was a homemaker, and retired Madison County School System employee. Faye loved serving the Lord and regularly attended Pilot Knob Baptist Church, Cartersville Holiness Church and Pony Express Holiness Church. She enjoyed the outdoors, camping, gardening and animals, especially her special Continue reading Faye Quinley

KSP Charges Jackson Co. Woman with Attempted Murder

ARRESTED
ARRESTED

The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post was called at approximately 9:20 pm on Sunday, June 26th after a Jackson County resident was found inside a residence on Boss Vaughn Road suffering from gunshot wounds. Cecil Ray Snider, 59 years old of Annville was critically injured after being shot inside his home, and was found several hours later by his wife and neighbors. Snider was Continue reading KSP Charges Jackson Co. Woman with Attempted Murder

KSP Charges Men With Child Sexual Exploitation Offenses

ARRESTED
ARRESTED

On June 28, 2016, at approximately 2:00 p.m., the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch, assisted by Louisville Metro Police Department, arrested Bryan A. Webb, 23, and Jason L. Webb, 34, on charges related to distribution and possession of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.

Both men were arrested as the result of an undercover Internet Crimes Against Children investigation. The KSP Electronic Crime Continue reading KSP Charges Men With Child Sexual Exploitation Offenses

Returning Veterans Deserve Dignity, Respect, and Benefits

Jeff Rubin
Jeff Rubin

This 4th of July as we celebrate the many freedoms we enjoy as Americans, let us not forget the right each of us has to live a life of dignity, respect, and independence regardless of our age or condition. Consider too, the opportunity it affords us to assist those with needs or seek assistance for ourselves when time and circumstances require action.

I was reminded of all this when I had the opportunity to speak recently with three Madison County veterans. Garley “Slick” Connor Continue reading Returning Veterans Deserve Dignity, Respect, and Benefits

FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS FOR WEEK ENDING JUNE 17, 2016

Food Service Inspector
Food Service Inspector

REGULAR INSPECTIONS WITH NO FOLLOW-UP DUE SCORE
Yamoto, 103 Brenwood Dr. Berea 100%
Battlefield Golf Concession, 524 General Cruft Dr. Richmond 100%
Richmond Childcare Center, 220 Duncannon Ln. Richmond 100%
Horizon Adult Health Care, 1621 Foxhaven Dr. Richmond 95%
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