Kentucky Woman Allegedly Steals Police Cruiser With Suspect Still in the Back
Police are investigating after the officer opened fire on the police cruiser with the woman behind the wheel
Marrowbone: A Haunting Legacy of Mystery and Trauma in Rural Maine
Nestled within the serene landscapes of rural Maine, the Marrowbone estate harbors a history as chilling as the coastal winds that sweep its grounds. Once a bastion of family refuge, the sprawling residence is now a byword for uncanny tales and spectral hauntings. The Marrowbone siblings' nightmarish ordeal began with the death of their mother and the oppressive presence of a malevolent 'ghost,' their own father's vengeful spirit. This tragic narrative, chronicled in Sergio G. Sánchez's film, draws viewers into a rabbit hole of mystery and trauma, where the line between the living and the spectral is hauntingly blurred.
Barren County Indictments From November Session Part 1
An indictment is an accusation only and a person is considered innocent until or unless proven guilty in a court of law. COUNT 1: THEFT BY DECEPTION, $1,000 OR MORE BUT LESS THAN $10,000. COUNT 2: THEFT BY DECEPTION, $1,000 OR MORE BUT LESS THAN $10,000. • COUNT 3: THEFT...
Tompkinsville's Top 3 BBQ Joints: A Gastronomic Adventure
In this article, we will be exploring three top-notch barbecue spots located in Tompkinsville. Have you had the chance to savor the flavors at any of these places yet? If you have, we would love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Russell Springs man arrested by KSP in Adair County
A Russell Springs man was arrested in Adair County by Kentucky State Police yesterday. According to reports, 33-year-old Shannon Coty McGowan was arrested and charged with driving on a DUI-suspended license and not having a license in possession. He was arrested by Kentucky State Police and lodged in the Adair...
Fountain Run: A Charming Neighborhood Offering a High Quality of Life
Welcome to Fountain Run, a charming town nestled in Monroe County, Kentucky. With a population of 320, Fountain Run offers residents a suburban rural mix feel, providing a peaceful and close-knit community. In this essay, we will explore various aspects of the neighborhood, including its population, median home value, public and private schools, neighborhood rankings, resident diversity, median household income, similar places, and current resident reviews. Let's dive in and discover what makes Fountain Run such a unique and desirable place to live.
Eighty Eight, Kentucky: Unraveling the Mystery Behind the Numeric Name
In the heart of Barren County, Kentucky, lies a small town with a name as enigmatic as its origins: Eighty Eight. The name, dating back to 1860, is credited to the first postmaster, Dabnie Nunnally, who is said to have drawn 88 cents from his pocket, naming the town for its clear numeric representation. The quaint community, though small, is steeped in mystery and local lore, with stories ranging from a lucky poker game to a chicken tagged with the number 88.
The Serene Allure of Holland, KY: A Close-Knit Community in Rural Bliss
Holland, KY, with its population just shy of 1,000, epitomizes the serene allure of small-town America. This hidden gem nestled within Kentucky's rural landscape is a testament to tranquility and community spirit. With a median resident age of 39.4 years and a low density of 21 people per square mile, Holland offers a mature, stable environment where privacy and peace are treasured commodities. The community thrives on a balance of industriousness and leisure, with the median household income at $44,262 and Nashville-Davidson's urban attractions within reach, ensuring a blend of rural charm and city convenience.
Barren County Marriage Licenses for the Week of November 20, 2023
The following marriage licenses were issued at the Barren County Clerk’s Office from November 20, 2023 to November 22, 2023. Tessa Marie Furlong 21 of Edmonton and Tanner Lee Gray Abernathy 22 of Glasgow. Mackenzie Marie Curry 22 and Seth Thomas McDonald 31 both of Glasgow. November 22, 2023.
The Heart of Dubre: A Story of Community and Continuity
In the quaint town of Dubre, KY, the Community Church stands as a beacon of history and heart. This hidden gem has been the cornerstone of community spirit, transcending its role as a mere place of worship. For decades, it has been a sanctuary for the people, a hub for social activity, and a place where life's milestones are celebrated and supported. The church's weathered walls and stained-glass windows have witnessed the joys and sorrows of generations, becoming a cherished landmark and a testament to the town's resilience.
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Today the gas price is close to $2.99 in Glasgow as of 2023-11-28. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Tuesday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.295 , according to AAA.
Adair Fiscal Court Meeting 11/28/23
The Adair County Fiscal Court will meet in regular called session on Tuesday, November 28, 2023 at 6:00pmCT in the basement of the Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY. The meeting is open to the public.
2023 Christmas in Columbia
The Columbia-Adair Chamber of Commerce invites you to its annual ‘Christmas in Columbia’ on Friday, December 1 and Saturday, December 2. Remember November 30 is your last chance to enter our ‘Shop Local’ drawing for your chance to win a fifty-dollar gift card to your favorite Chamber retail store or restaurant. Names will be drawn, Friday, December 1, just in time to shop and eat at the last ‘To the Nines’ late night shopping event of the year open until 9:00pm., some with ‘Christmas in Columbia’ specials. Also, the City of Columbia’s Flower Boxes will be ready for visitors to view and interact with some.
The Tapestry of Heritage: Unraveling Knifley's Origin Story
Nestled in the verdant hills of Adair County, Kentucky, lies the quaint town of Knifley—named for a prominent figure of its past, George Knifley. The late 19th century marked the inception of this rural community, with the Knifley family playing a pivotal role in its establishment. The seeds of the town were sown by Phillip Knifley and his wife Sarah, early settlers who cultivated the land along Roley Road, and nurtured by their son, Joseph Knifley, a minister and founder of the Knifley Christian Church.
The Legacy of Hiseville: A Tale of Pioneering and Perseverance
In the rolling hills of Barren County, Kentucky, the story of Hiseville begins with the pioneering Hise family in the early 19th century. This small but spirited community, originally known as Blue Spring Grove, was later renamed in honor of Elijah Hise, a prominent figure and Congressman. The early days saw Hiseville flourish as a center for whiskey and brandy production, and the town's growth was significantly fueled by the daily passage of the Nashville-to-Lexington Stage Coach and the establishment of the county's first post office outside of Glasgow.
Barren County Tax Deed Report for the Week of November 20, 2023
The following property transfers were recorded at the Barren County Clerk’s Office from November 20, 2023 to November 22, 2023. Tax information is not reported when money is not exchanged. Such instances include foreclosures, master commissioner deeds, divorce settlements, and transfers made within a family. Larry Joe Rutledge &...
Lady Hornets Preview
Coming off a year that saw Metcalfe County dominate the 16th district tournament, reach the 4th region semifinals, and finish with 20 wins, the Lady Hornets return their entire core and find themselves among preseason favorites to contend for the 4th region championship. Also, among Lady Hornet preseason accolades, junior Kassady London is ranked in the top ten players in the 4th region.
Edmonton, KY: Exploring the Birthplace of the Kentucky Headhunters
Nestled in the rolling hills of Metcalfe County, the quaint town of Edmonton, KY, emerges as a landmark in the world of Southern rock. This unassuming town is the cradle of the Kentucky Headhunters, a Grammy-winning band renowned for their punchy mix of country and rock. Their inception as Itchy Brother in 1968 laid the groundwork for their transformation into the Headhunters in 1986, with the release of 'Pickin' on Nashville' in 1989 propelling them into stardom. This album not only earned them a Grammy but also solidified their place in music history with over two million copies sold.
Knob Lick: The Curious Name Rooted in Geography and History
Nestled in the pioneering heart of Kentucky and Missouri, 'Knob Lick' is a name that immediately strikes a chord of curiosity and amusement among those who hear it. This unique moniker, however, is deeply rooted in the local geography and history of the places it designates. The term 'knob' refers to the rounded hills that are a common feature of the landscape, while 'lick' denotes the natural salt deposits that were crucial to wildlife and the early settlers' survival. These salt licks were not only ecological treasures but also pivotal in the development of local economies and societies.