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Man arrested on drug offenses in Glasgow

According to the Glasgow Police Department, officers made contact June 15 with Sean Shirley, 32, inside Billy Billiards' Pool Hall and located suspected marijuana, crystal methamphetamine, hydrocodone and alprazolam inside his vehicle.

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2018-06-20 13:16:00

Glasgow parks and rec news

Summer Swim Lessons held at the Glasgow City Pool have begun. But don’t worry, there is still plenty of time to sign your little swimmer up for one of our two remaining sessions, July 2-13, and July 16–27. There are both morning and afternoon sessions, the morning sessions begin at 9 a.m. and conclu

GLASGOW DAILY TIMES - 2018-06-20 15:51:00

Two arrested on drug charges in parked car

A car improperly parked in a business sent two people to jail on drug charges Monday morning.Around 11 a.m. Monday, Laurel County Sheriff deputies were dispatched to a business on U.S. 25 to the complaint of a vehicle illegally parked.When they arrived at the business they saw a red Nissan Altima an

SENTINEL-ECHO.COM - 2018-06-20 11:00:00

One arrested related to shooting

BCSO responded to Beechtree Lane at around noon Sunday and discovered that a gray passenger car had pulled into the driveway and from which multiple shots were fired, according to the press release. One of the gun shots struck a 2008 Chevrolet Impala parked at the home. Three occupants were inside t

GLASGOW DAILY TIMES - 2018-06-19 18:29:00

Domestic dispute leads to attempted murder indictment

An argument between a male and female in which the female was stabbed has resulted in the man being indicted for attempted murder and other charges.The indictment against Brandon Curtis Hoskins, 25, of Recovery Way in Emmalena, Ky. came last week. Hoskins is facing seven charges including attempted

SENTINEL-ECHO.COM - 2018-06-20 11:00:00

Multi-vehicle crash blocks lanes on I-65 southbound in Hart County

MUNFORDVILLE, Ky. (WBKO) --A multi-vehicle crash near Mile Marker 66 has all lanes blocked southbound on I-65.A detour is set up via Exit 71 at Bonnieville where motorists can continue South and rejoin I65 at Exit 65 in Munfordville via US 31W.Clearing is expected to take four or more hours.Signific


Barren County officials looking for two people involved in shots fired case

According to deputies, around noon on Sunday, they found a gray car pulled into a drive-way on Beechtree Lane in Barren County and fired multiple shots.

WBKO - 2018-06-18 19:21:00

Timothy Madden appointed public defender; Travis Lock will assist in transition

SCOTTSVILLE, Ky. (WBKO) -Timothy Madden, the man charged with murder, kidnapping, rape, and sodomy in the death of Gabbi Doolin, appeared in Allen Circuit Court.

WBKO - 2018-06-19 15:36:00

First Camaro ever made coming to Somernites this weekend

This 1967 Camaro, the first ever produced, will be on display at the Cruise.AJ Mueller/Chevrolet

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL - 2018-06-20 11:15:00


A Father/Daughter Dance will be held along with the regular weekly dance featuring “Generation,” at the Mt. Hermon Community Center on Saturday, June 23.

TOMPKINSVILLENEWS.COM - 2018-06-19 00:00:00

Fire forces cancellation of 'Waitress' musical in Louisville

PNC Broadway President Leslie Broecker said the production of "Waitress" won't be rescheduled and tickets will be refunded. No one was injured in the fire on June 13. But state officials say the fire caused extensive damage to the roof, lobbies, dressing rooms, mechanical rooms, restrooms and other

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2018-06-20 04:04:55

WKU Learn and Earn, Caverna TOPS help students earn money for school

The program is called WKU's Learn and Earn Program, and it is based on two questions. The first of which is: Why do people drop out of college?

GLASGOW DAILY TIMES - 2018-06-19 21:55:00

Woman who needs kidney turns heads with billboard

The photo shows a woman who needs a kidney, Becky Grise of Butler County, Ky. Grise suffers from polycystic kidney disease.

WKRN - 2018-06-19 23:34:38

Monroe Co. man drowns at Mill Creek Lake

Troy Murphy, 27, of Monroe County, was in a kayak about 50 yards from the lake's boat ramp when the incident occurred.

GLASGOW DAILY TIMES - 2018-06-19 19:19:00

Warren County grand jury returns indictments

The following people were indicted Wednesday by a Warren County grand jury:Sohn Vontez Burton, 27, 337 Hilton Way, first-degree bail jumping; $10,000 cash bond.Dustin Eli Calvert, 29, 316 Maysville Road, Scottsville, theft of identity; transfer bond.


Five charged in theft of weapons to appear in court

Five people charged in the burglary of storage buildings that held firearms and other items are set to appear in court Monday.A Warren County grand jury indicted William Christopher Hagan, 32, Michael Scott House, 35, Scott Mitchell Johnson, 36, Mariah Shea Montgomery, 34, and Bryan Craig Wilkins, 2


Police: Woman arrested in hit-and-run disposed of evidence

Police say that Alexis Ogles, a 28-year-old Alvaton woman arrested in a hit-and-run that left a teenager with severe head trauma and other injuries, cleaned her vehicle and tried to repair the damage.“To me, it seems like she was trying to cover this up the entire time,” Bowling Green Police Detecti


Turcotte, city await word on whether Ky. Supreme Court will review case

In this file photo, former Glasgow Police Department Chief Guy Turcotte is shown center front. Former Mayor Rhonda Riherd Trautman is at left, and former City Attorney Ben Rogers is at right.GDT file photo


Ex-doctor gets 8-year prison sentence on drug, fraud charges

U.S. Attorney Russell M. Coleman tells news outlets in a statement that 66-year-old Charles Fred Gott was sentenced on Monday. U.S. District Judge Greg N. Stivers also ordered Gott to pay restitution and court costs totaling more than $160,000 and a $17,500 fine in addition to the prison term.


Monticello Bank celebrates upcoming facility

A lease plan is already in place for the one that's already there, said Kenneth Ramsey, chairman of the board for the corporation, which began in 1895. He said it was a utility building to help launch the branch here, which started in 2008, and he believes the new 4,420-square-foot facility will be