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Man charged with child abduction after 16-year-old girl and her baby went missing from Harvard

A man was charged with child abduction after a 16-year-old girl and her 5-month-old son went missing from Harvard on Wednesday. The two were located unharmed in Kentucky, police said. The Harvard Police Department responded around 9 p.m. Wednesday to the 200 block of West Roosevelt Street in Harvard for a report of a missing […] The post Man charged with child abduction after 16-year-old girl and her baby went missing from Harvard appeared first on Lake and McHenry County Scanner.
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Missing Illinois mother, infant son found safe

HARVARD, Ill. (WICS/WRSP) — UPDATE:. The Harvard Police Department says Amia and Maverick Stith have been found safe in Kentucky. The suspect, Michael Walton, was taken into custody. Around 12:30 p.m. on Friday, "the two Harvard youths and the individual that accompanied them turned themselves in to the Cynthiana,...
HARVARD, IL
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One charged with child abduction after 16-year-old and infant went missing

HARVARD, Ill. (WIFR) - Michael A. Walton, 22, of Linton, Ind. faces one count of child abduction Thursday after turning himself in to the authorities. Walton is currently being held in Cynthiana, Ky. awaiting extradition to McHenry County. Harvard Police responded to the 200 W. Roosevelt Street for the report...
HARVARD, IL
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Suspected abductor of Illinois mother, son turned self in

CYNTHIANA, Kentucky — An Endangered Person Advisory for a 16-year-old Illinois girl and her baby boy was canceled on Friday after the two turned up at a Kentucky police department with their alleged abductor. The suspect, Michael Walton, of Indiana, was taken into custody and is now charged with...
CYNTHIANA, KY
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Fish kill leads to discovery of leak

A report of a fish kill in Limestone Creek at the Newtown Bridge in Maysville led to the discovery of a water main leak, Maysville City Manager Matt Wallingford said. Wallingford said Mason County Emergency Management Director Clay Buser received the call concerning dead fish and a sheen on the water at the creek/backwater near the bridge. Buser investigated and called the state EPA concerning the incident.
MAYSVILLE, KY
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St. Claire HealthCare Family Medical Supply Celebrated New Location with a Grand Opening and Customer Appreciation Event

St. Claire HealthCare Family Medical Supply recently moved to a new location and celebrated the move with a grand opening and customer appreciation event. Customers were invited to visit the new location at 707 East Main Street in Morehead while also enjoying free gourmet hotdogs and the chance to win door prizes including Brooks shoes, Sockwell and Bamboo Compression Socks, a neck and back massager, a heating pad, and a foot spa. A formal ribbon cutting was held by the Morehead-Rowan County Chamber of Commerce.

Spend the Night at this Haunted Opera House in Kentucky

I am convinced that there are two types of people in this world. The first are the ones (like me) who cover their eyes during scary movies and still somehow mange to jump out of their seat (It's that music, I tell ya). The second are the ones who celebrate Halloween for months on end and are more interested in people's real encounters with ghosts than the special effects of Hollywood. My aunt and uncle fall into the latter as they use their PTO from work to schedule ghost hunts all over Indiana and Ohio.
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City cleanup set for next month

Maysville’s summer cleanup, “Keep Up the Sweep Up,” is set to begin on July 8, city officials said. Dumpsters will be placed around town at various locations on Friday, July 8, and will be removed on Monday, July 18, according to information from the city. Hazardous materials...
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Millersburg starts rebuilding process after downtown fire

MILLERSBURG, Ky. (WKYT) - The community is coming together to help the town of Millersburg after a fire destroyed five buildings, including the post office and apartments. “Very quiet, it feels like a ghost town. It’s not normally like this,” said Melissa Robinson, an employee at Millersburg produce.
MILLERSBURG, KY
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Breckinridge Training School holds 2022 all-school reunion

Morehead State University's Office of Alumni Relations and Development recently hosted a reunion for alumni of the Breckinridge Training School at the Breckinridge All-School Reunion during the weekend of June 10-12. More than 200 alumni attended the event and reconnected with former classmates and faculty. Established in 1924 as a...
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Cleanup continues in Millersburg after massive fire

MILLERSBURG, Ky. (FOX 56) – In Millersburg, the cleanup is underway after a massive fire wiped out several buildings in the city’s historic downtown on Wednesday. On Thursday smoke was still rising from the area, but despite the catastrophic damage, no one was seriously hurt. “We ended up...
MILLERSBURG, KY
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Millersburg fire destroys several downtown buildings, apartments

MILLERSBURG, Ky. — An evening fire ravaged several buildings on Main Street in the small town of Millersburg on Wednesday. An intense fire raged Wednesday in Millersburg, affecting several downtown buildings. The fire destroyed vacant buildings, post office and second floor apartments. No injuries are reported as of Friday...
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