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REGULAR INSPECTIONS WITH NO FOLLOW-UP DUE SCORE
Cole Moberly Shell, 3306 New Irvine Rd., Richmond 100%
Long John Silver’s #3033, 530 Eastern By-Pass, Richmond 87%
Main Street Café, 110 Main St., Berea 95%
Model Laboratory School Cafeteria, 521 Lancaster Ave., Richmond 98%
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Unlawful Imprisonment: On 03/02/2015 Officers were called to a disturbance at 100 Miracle Street, where the caller stated that a male subject forced a female into an apartment. The apartment was located and once inside they located both subjects locked in a bedroom. An investigation revealed that the female had been assaulted before she attempted to leave, and the male forced her back in the apartment. There was also a domestic violence order in place at the time.
Officers arrested 37 year old Aaron Gallegos-Rivers of Berea KY and
Feb. 23,2015 – Kelly & Christopher Witt – Berea – Boy
Feb. 23,2015 – Lindsey & Vincent Frantz – Berea – Boy
Feb. 24,2015 – Janet & James Fritz – Richmond – Boy
Feb. 24,2015 – Olivia Caudill & Robert French – Livingston – Boy
Feb. 25,2015 – Ashley Mills & Brandon Mays – Corbin – Girl
Feb. 25,2015 – Jennifer Winburn & Brandon Parton – Berea – Girl
Feb. 25,2015 – Courtney & Jeff Horn – Richmond – Girl
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This program will help participants understand the common symptoms and behaviors seen in early stage Alzheimer’s and how to address them. Additionally, caregivers will learn about what lies ahead legally and financially, the importance of early planning, and how to build an effective care team. This program will take place at the Madison County Public Library, located at 507 West Main Street, Richmond, from 1pm-3:30pm on Thursday, March 5th. To register, call 1-800-272-3900 or email email@example.com. This program was created especially for family caregivers, so please no professionals.
Mahala Mullins, the Melungeon moonshiner from atop Newman Ridge in the beautiful Hancock County mountains of east Tennessee, weighed an estimated 5oo pounds and was appropriately, or inappropriately, called Big Haley.
Her girth adversely affected her life and it made the duties of law officers impossible to perform.
Many stories have been written about the Melungeon race, or clan, and several authors have penned stories about Big Haley. Since the lineage of my surname traces directly to Newman Ridge, and the census roles of the Melungeons, I was pleased to explore this story. I am also using a title similar to those used before because the judge’s words,
In the late stage of Alzheimer’s disease, caregiving typically involves new ways of connecting and interacting with the person with the disease. Join us and hear from professionals about resources, monitoring care and providing meaningful connection for the person with late stage Alzheimer’s and their families.
This program will take place at the Madison County Public Library located at 507 West Main Street, Richmond from 1pm-3:30pm on Thursday, March 19th.
To register, call 1-800-272-3900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This program was created especially for family caregivers, so please no professionals.
Drug Charges: On 02/27/2015, police charged Craig F. Shearer, age 35, College Hill Road, for drug trafficking following a stop for a traffic infraction.
At approximately 7:14 P.M., an officer stopped a vehicle being driven by Shearer for disregarding a stop sign on Keri Ann Drive. During the course of the stop, officers learned that there existed a bench warrant for Shearer’s arrest from the Estill Circuit Court for violating the conditions of his release on bond in connection with pending criminal charges (Convicted Felon in Possession of Firearm; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; Persistent Felony Offender 2nd Degree).
Shearer was taken into custody and a search of his person resulted in the
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made the following remarks on the Senate floor today regarding this week in the Senate:
“This week promises to be a busy one.
“Just across the street, an important Obamacare case will be argued before the Supreme Court.
“And tomorrow, here in the Capitol, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address a joint session of Congress. It’s an important speech that comes at an important time. Iran’s long-standing determination to develop nuclear capabilities poses a threat to Israel, America, and the world — it’s a threat Netanyahu is singularly capable of explaining at such a critical
Kentucky Fish and Wildlife seeks 12 conservation officer recruits; applications being taken.
Applications are now being accepted for conservation officers at the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. The deadline to apply is Monday, March 9.
The department plans to fill positions in Christian, Graves, Marshall, Henderson, Breckinridge, Cumberland, Marion, Grant, Casey, Johnson, Martin and Elliott counties.
Applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a valid driver’s license, meet educational requirements or have experience in related fields. Applicants are not hired as full-time employees until they pass a series of tests and
Due to broken pole on Prince Royal Street near West Side Baptist Church we will be reenergizing the breaker.
Outage will affect: Plaza Drive, Hurley Street, Goins Street, Prince Royal Drive, Lena Street, Kaye Street, Chase Street, Shirley Street, Mary Street, George Street, Oak Street, and Jefferson Street.
The outage will last approximately 45-60 minutes.
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Madison County Schools will use the previously scheduled March 20th professional development day as a make-up day.
To date, the district has cancelled school seven days for inclement weather. Pending Board approval, students last day of classes for the 2014-2015 school year will be Thursday, May 28. Memorial Day (May 25) will remain a holiday.
This program addresses the issues involved in caring for a person in the middle stages of Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia. Specific topics covered include behavioral and role/relationship changes, medication, safety, and residential options. This program will take place at the Madison County Public Library located at 507 West Main Street, Richmond from 1pm-3:30pm on Wednesday, March 11th. To register, call 1-800-272-3900 or email email@example.com.
This program was created especially for family caregivers, so please no professionals.