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Clinton Co. teacher semifinalist for ‘teacher of the year’

Semifinalists for the Kentucky Teacher of the Year award have been announced and includes a teacher from Clinton County Middle School in nearby Albany. Danielle Hicks, an 8th grade ELA teacher at CCMS, joins 10 others contending in the elementary, middle and high school categories. One of the teachers will be selected as Teacher of the Year in a ceremony scheduled for September 20th.
CLINTON COUNTY, KY
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Monticello Police Achieve Accredidation

Tuesday, August 9, 2022- The Monticello Police Department was among some two dozen law enforcement agencies recognized for achieving accreditation through the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police during that group’s annual conference being held this week in nearby Somerset. KACP Executive Director Shawn Butler said “the Kentucky Association...
MONTICELLO, KY
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Jury Indicts Two for Narcotics possession

The Columbia Police Department concluded a contraband and drug trafficking investigation that had previously begun on May 4 of this year. Officers were notified by Adair County Regional Jail after suspected narcotics were found by Deputy Jailers. After a preliminary investigation, evidence was presented to the grand jury with two...
COLUMBIA, KY
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LC Tourist Commission to meet Thursday

There will be a special-called meeting of the Lake Cumberland Tourist Commission tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. in the board room at the Russell County Tourist Office. The meeting takes the place of this month’s regular meeting as Tourist Director Danielle Wilson will be out of town, working at the Kentucky State Fair during that time.
RUSSELL COUNTY, KY
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Byrdstown Aldermen Approve Liquor by the Drink Referendum

A liquor by the drink referendum is on pace to be on the November ballot for Byrdstown. The Board of Alderman voted unanimously to approve the item Monday night. Mayor Sam Gibson said the main goal is to give voters the opportunity to vote how they want and feel. “Since...
BYRDSTOWN, TN
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Murderous mayhem: Tinker Dave vs. Champ

On October 28, 1862 — the same day Union Col. William Clift was writing to his superiors that he had reorganized the 7th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry in Scott County and was mounting regular patrols in an effort to interrupt the raiding parties in the region — infamous guerrilla fighter Samuel “Champ” Ferguson visited the Albany, Kentucky home of an old nemesis, Thomas Washington Tabor, just as Tabor came riding up the road on his horse.
ALBANY, KY
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Adamson added to R.S. Police Dept. roster

Following the swearing in of two new police officers in Vance Davis and Greg Brown last week, Russell Springs Mayor Eddie Thomas swore in another new officer, Blake Adamson, to the expanding Russell Springs Police Department on Monday afternoon. Adamson has been serving as a patrol safety officer for the...
RUSSELL SPRINGS, KY
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Five Memorable Sets from Sound Haven 2022

Sound Haven was filled with so much underground bass music talent this year, so here are five of our top sets from the weekend. Sound system culture was stronger than ever as bass surrounded the Catoosa Event Center at this year’s edition of Sound Haven. Jamestown, Tennessee, was the place to be July 28-31 for anyone who has a deep appreciation for the underground bass scene. The multi-day festival hosted a stacked lineup of talent with artists at all stages of their careers ranging from Rusko and Detox Unit to Engix and Mythm taking the stage.
JAMESTOWN, TN
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Chief Ferrell Way Dedicated

The Monticello City Council has formally approved naming the street that runs from Kendrick Avenue to the Fire department Chief Ferell Way in honor of former Monticello Fire Chief, Steve Ferrell. The mayor, city council, city police and citizens were present for the unveiling of the new sign following Monday night’s City Council Meeting.
MONTICELLO, KY
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