Raymond J. Carter, age 83, of Berea, peacefully passed away ready to leave this world and be with the Lord, Monday, September 30, 2013 at the Compassionate Care Center in Richmond. He was born in Madison County to the late Allie and Emma Burns Carter.
Mr. Carter retired from wood craft at Berea College making furniture. He was of the Baptist faith and loved hunting, the outdoors, and being with family.
Mr. Carter is survived by: his sons, Donnie Carter, Dale (Tina) Carter, and Tracy (Amanda) Carter all of Berea; his daughters, Brenda (Rickie) Ingram, and Debbie (Bill) Miller, both of Berea; his brothers, Ralph and Bruce Carter of Berea; his sisters, Daisy King of Berea, Janice McBride of Illinois, Mary
Burglary Arrest: On 10/03/2013, police charged Derrick May, age 28, Hallie Irvine Street, in connection with a burglary that occurred in June 2013.
On 06/01/2013, a complainant reported that a relative’s residence in the 100 block of Hallie Irvine Street had been broken into sometime during the past four days and several pieces of sterling silver jewelry, numerous DVDs, purses, collectable coins, knives, watches, and an unknown brand cellular telephone were stolen. Entry was gained by breaking a front door window. Estimated loss: 816.00
On 10/03/2013, RPD Detectives went to May’s residence to follow-up on a request from Lexington PD concerning a theft investigation. During the contact, officers searched May’s residence and discovered several of the items stolen from the aforementioned residence during the burglary.
May was taken into custody and charged for Burglary 2nd Degree. He was lodged in the MCDC.
Two other persons have previously been charged in connection with this crime. On 09/13/2013, police charged Ernestine Gowdy, age 31, and Sheona Tonge, aka Sheona Brown, age 23, both of Hillsdale Avenue, for receiving stolen property after it was determined that they had been in
UPDATE: Based upon further investigation and the autopsy results from the Medical Examiners Office, foul play is suspected in the death of the victim. The investigation is continuing by KSP Detective Jeff Senters.
Original Release: On Wednesday, October 02, 2013, at approximately 5:58 PM the Kentucky State Police , Post 11, in London was notified by the Laurel County 911 Dispatch Center of a an adult male located deceased inside a residence in Clay County near the Laurel County Line.
Troopers arrived at the residence located on Ben House RD and discovered the victim deceased of an apparent gunshot wound.
The victim was identified as Carl House, 59, of Manchester and
Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources have been notified by federal agencies with recreation sites in Kentucky that developed recreation facilities, including some boat ramps, will be closed due to the federal government shutdown; closed areas should be signed accordingly.
Boat ramps on federal areas that are operated by state parks will remain open. Daniel Boone National Forest is open for hunting under applicable regulations. Land Between the Lakes is open to hunting and fishing but developed facilities will be closed, thus permits will not be sold on site during the shutdown. Big South Fork is totally closed. Hidden Valley Training Area in Powell Co. is state owned and will remain open.
WHAT: International C.A.R.E. (Combined Accident Reduction Effort) Conference
WHEN: Monday, Oct. 7, 2013, 1:00 p.m. EDT
WHERE: Marriott Louisville Downtown
WHO: Louisville Metro Police Dept. Chief Steve Conrad, Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer, representatives from state police and highway patrol agencies from 29 states.
WHY: Opening ceremonies for international conference hosted by Kentucky State Police for exchange of safety ideas and best practices designed to save lives on roadways through the U.S. and Canada.
Operation C.A.R.E. (Combined Accident Reduction Effort) has been helping state and provincial law enforcement agencies reduce injuries and fatalities
Keep Your Feet Comfy, Covered, and Totally Cool with Knitted Slippers and House Shoes From ballet flats to Mary Janes, this new book includes thirty stylish designs for every member of the family.
At the end of a long, hard day, nothing feels as good as sliding your feet into a warm, soft pair of slippers. With the projects inside The Knitted Slipper Book Slippers and House Shoes for the Entire Family. The Knitted Slipper Book hits the shelves during October 2013 for $24.95.
Every member of your family, from grandpa to the wee little ones, can wiggle their toes in a pair of knitted, super-cuddly house shoes.
Author Katie Startzman shares thirty of her fun designs for a variety of styles sure to please: the moccasin, mukluk, clog, boot, ballet flat, slip-on, and Mary
Join us for anointed preaching and singing, and wonderful Christian fellowship on Sunday, October 6, 2013 at 11:00am. Pastor Chris Davidson will be preaching, special singing will include Sharon Davidson and Friends of Faith. There will be dinner after the service.
You’re invited to attend a special kick off for National Fire Prevention Week hosted by the City of Richmond Kentucky Fire Department. There will be fire apparatus displayed, demonstrations, and inflatables, as well as fire safety learning stations for the whole family.
Richmond Fire Training Center Saturday, October 5, 2013 Time 4:00pm until 7:00pm
On Wednesday, October 2, 2013, the Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post located suspected human remains at the scene of a suspicious fire in rural Madison County. The remains have been transferred to the State Medical Examiners office for identification.
(Richmond, KY) – The Kentucky State Police Richmond Post is currently investigating a suspicious fire that occurred on Whitlock Road in rural Madison County on Thursday, September 26, 2013. The Madison County Fire Department responded to 749 Whitlock Road for a residential fire
On Tuesday, the law we’ve come to know as Obamacare officially went online. The federal government can now force you to buy a product it wants you to buy – one that will cost more than it ought to. And, if you don’t like it, tough; the feds will just hit you with punitive taxes.
Gov. Steve Beshear seems to think this is a good deal for Kentuckians. He took to the pages of The New York Times to sing Obamacare’s praises and blast both of us for daring to oppose a law that so many Kentuckians want to