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Identifying skull, bone incomplete

The investigation into a skull and femur found in Wayne National Forest in November continues. On Nov. 25, an out-of-state hunter was in the woods in Aid Township and came across a skull. He notified the sheriff's office and deputies collected the skull. During a search of the area, deputies came ac

IRONTON ONLINE - 2018-01-17 02:44:00

PALS helps Fluor-BWXT employees give

Portsmouth Area Ladies (PALS) assemble at Oscar's Restaurant for their membership meeting. Far right, Shania Logan (one of FBP's past interns) and Deneen Revel-FBP Public Affairs Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth's Deneen Revel, Public Affairs, meets with Tess Midkiff to discuss PALS' projects. After nearly a

PORTSMOUTH DAILY TIMES - 2018-01-17 22:00:20

Kids say yes; parents say no to Tuesday's snow

HINDMAN, Ky. (WYMT) - Tuesday, people spent their mornings prepping for snow. "The most important thing is to stay back from our trucks, stay back a safe distance," said Bobby Smith with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Road crews were not the only ones staying busy and keeping safe. "We jus

WYMT.COM - 2018-01-16 21:51:00

Six members, including leader, of eight-member meth ring sentenced

Six members of an eight-member methamphetamine use and trafficking ring, which was led by a former Letcher County resident, were sentenced in Pike Circuit Court Friday to serve at least 10 years in prison. Those six members included alleged ring leader Kelly Bice Jr., 33, of Georgia, formerly of Neo

APPALACHIAN NEWS-EXPRESS - 2018-01-16 10:00:00

Potential River Days candidate's meeting

All of the queens who travel on the River Days float, at the Coal Festival Local schools will soon be picking their candidates for Miss River Days 2018 in the next few weeks. Any young ladies who have been waiting for this day to come, will be very excited to learn that there is a preliminary meeti

PORTSMOUTH DAILY TIMES - 2018-01-17 21:31:21

Sports and Recreation Park plans updated

The Grayson Tourism Commission and the Park Board are moving forward with plans for the Sports and Recreation Park. "We continue to meet with our engineering firm, Brandstetter Carroll, to discuss the facilities we need in the park to attract tourists by bringing in sports tournaments and those thin

JOURNAL-TIMES.COM - 2018-01-17 14:23:00

Williamson man robbed at knifepoint

WILLIAMSON - Williamson police said they arrested a 26-year-old man in connection to an alleged armed robbery that occurred in December. He was among three others arrested by Mingo County law enforcement these past few weeks. Jonah Dalton Wilder of Williamson is facing charges of armed robbery and p

WILLIAMSON DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-16 05:01:01

Failing report card main goal

The two at-large Williamsburg County School District Board of Trustees members have been settling into their positions for nearly six months. The time has afforded James D. Dukes, Jr. and Angela McClary-Rush valuable experience that they believe will aid in moving the district forward. Neither Dukes

KINGSTREE NEWS - 2018-01-16 14:14:00

Half of Llano police force is on leave in Texas Rangers investigation

Nearly half of the small Llano Police Department, including its chief, is on leave because of an investigation by prosecutors and the Texas Rangers stemming from an incident in the spring. Llano County District Attorney Sonny McAfee confirmed the ongoing investigation Tuesday and said he is unsure w

MYSTATESMAN.COM - 2018-01-16 22:50:09

Llano PD chief on administrative leave

Llano city council members will go behind closed doors today, Tuesday, Jan. 16, to talk with their attorney about a police force that's been reduced by half. Three members of the eight-person force - Chief Kevin Ratliff, Sgt. Jared Latta and Patrol Officer Aimee Shannon - are on administrative leave

HIGHLANDERNEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 22:43:58

'Rebuild Turner Hall II' set Saturday at fair grounds

Persons wishing to help rebuild an iconic, 147-year-old social hall will have a chance this Saturday, Jan. 20. "Rebuild Turner Hall II" is a day-long fundraiser at the Gillespie County Fair Grounds to help rebuild the place where Fredericksburg families for generations held weddings, birthdays, bowl

FREDERICKSBURG STANDARD - 2018-01-17 22:41:52

Winter weather advisory to end a 9 a.m.; here is what is open, what's closed

Killeen-area roads were noticeably free of ice Tuesday morning as schools and other organizations cancelled classes or postponed opening times due to the threat of severe weather conditions. Independent school district officials in Belton, Copperas Cove, Florence, Gatesville, Killeen and Lampasas an

KILLEEN DAILY HERALD - 2018-01-16 14:16:00

Llano police chief, 3 officers suspended amid investigation

LLANO COUNTY, TEXAS - The Llano County District Attorney's Office is investigating four police officers, including the police chief, for their connection to a man's complaint regarding his arrest, the DA's Office confirmed to KVUE Sunday. After hearing about the ongoing investigation, the DA's Offic


Half of rural police department on paid suspension

LLANO, Texas (KWTX) Half of a small Texas police force is on paid suspension as of Sunday. CBS affiliate KEYE confirmed with Llano County District Attorney Sony McAfee that three people employed by the Llano Police Department are suspended pending an ongoing investigation. The three new suspensions,


HOT funds, 'historic' tag, signage are council topics

Representatives from local organizations were present at Monday's Fredericksburg City Council meeting to request Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) funds. A total of 36 applications were received by the city requesting $679,034, an increase compared to last year's total of $458,941. Most groups requesting th

FREDERICKSBURG STANDARD - 2018-01-17 22:43:41

Lampasas Dispatch Record launches new web services

The Lampasas Dispatch Record is pleased to present two exciting upgrades to its service: our brand new website and e-Edition, a digital version of our newspaper. The e-Edition is an exact replica of the printed edition of the Lampasas Dispatch Record in a popular, flipbook format. It is the best way


Villager out on morning walk critically injured after struck by 'inattentive' driver of golf cart

Joan Colonna A Villager out for a morning walk with neighbors was critically injured Tuesday morning after she was struck by an "inattentive" Villager driving a golf cart. Joan Marie Colonna, 68, of the Village of Sunset Pointe, was airlifted shortly before noon Tuesday from a landing zone in an emp

VILLAGES-NEWS.COM - 2018-01-17 22:32:11

Woman arrested on DUI after crash

DUNNELLON - A woman whose vehicle slammed into the back of another on U.S. 41 was arrested on DUI-related charges early Monday morning. Megan Leigh Sain, 22 of Ocala, was arrested on charges of DUI, two counts of DUI with property damage/personal injury, and DUI with serious bodily injury. She was r

STAR-BANNER - 2018-01-17 13:51:01

Man arrested for sexual battery in Ocala

An arrest has been made in the sexual battery of a woman in Ocala.Alexander Harvey Alexander Harvey, 47, was arrested at the Shamrock Motel after an investigation conducted by Ocala Police Department. A Marion County sheriff's deputy advised that he observed a female running toward his patrol vehicl

VILLAGES-NEWS.COM - 2018-01-17 20:20:09

MCSO names woman injured in Friday shooting

The woman, who was injured, and a man who was fatally shot were found inside a home at 112 Almond Road Friday afternoon. The Marion County Sheriff's Office has released the name of an Ocala woman who was seriously injured in a shooting last week. Christine Jordan, 36, remains hospitalized. Sheriff's

STAR-BANNER - 2018-01-17 15:17:36