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Two-vehicle collision with an injury in Metcalfe County

The Kentucky State Police investigated a two-vehicle collision with an injury around 2:05 p.m. Friday on Tompkinsville Road near the intersection of Cedar Flat Curtis Road, according to a KSP press release. Preliminary investigations indicated that Bobby Acree, 35, of Summer Shade, was operating a v

GLASGOW DAILY TIMES - 2017-12-16 21:41:00

23 and counting: Sheriff's Office makes another drug arrest

Add another name to the list of those arrested as part of the Laurel County Sheriff's Office "November of Remember" drug roundup. Melissa S. Adams, 37, of East Bernstadt, was arrested recently by Laurel Sheriff's Detective Jason Back. Adams was charged with conspiracy to traffic in a controlled subs

SENTINEL-ECHO.COM - 2017-12-15 15:08:00

Froedge is mayor's next GEPB board pick

GLASGOW - Glasgow Mayor Dick Doty has informed the city council that he intends to nominate D.T. Froedge as the next appointee to the Glasgow Electric Plant Board. Froedge would fill the vacancy that will be left when Norma Redford's term expires Jan. 31. Redford, who has served on the board 40 year

GLASGOW DAILY TIMES - 2017-12-16 01:53:00

Dana plant closing in Glasgow

GLASGOW, Ky. (WBKO) -- The Dana Inc. plant in Glasgow will stop production Monday after almost 20 years. The plant produced several parts for commercial vehicles. The plant was built in 1972, and Dana acquired it in 1998. A Dana Holding Corp. spokesman said the reason for the closure is deteriorati

WBKO - 2017-12-15 23:41:00

A Wing and a Layer: Sandhill Crane tours offered this winter at Barren River Lake

LUCAS - Barren River Lake State Resort Park will host two Sandhill Crane tours in late January, which will involve guests visiting roost sites around the lake for the birds, as well as observing some of their more popular feeding areas. The state park's staff allowed representatives from various me

GLASGOW DAILY TIMES - 2017-12-15 19:05:00

Birds of a feather: Thousands of cranes make local rest stop

The sound comes first: a guttural chirping that arrives in waves and can be heard up to three miles away. Then they come into view: thousands of grayish birds, standing 3 to 4 feet tall with long, narrow beaks and reddish feathers on their foreheads, foraging for grain in a farmer's field. And when

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-15 14:30:00

Search ongoing for driver who crashed stolen car into taxi - WSMV News 4

Police are looking for the driver of a stolen vehicle who crashed into a taxi near downtown Nashville overnight. Officers in the area saw the vehicle, ran the car's plate number and realized it was stolen. Police tried pulling the vehicle over behind the Z Mart on Lafayette Street, but the driver to

WSMV

Barren County should allow needle exchange program

In a perfect world without addictive drugs, there would be no need for a needle exchange program. But addictive drugs such as heroin are a reality, and some people will continue to use drugs, with many ultimately losing their lives to their addictions. For decades, our government has mounted an effo

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-15 15:00:00

Crash involving ambulance shuts down Alabama Highway 22 North

A multi-vehicle accident involving an ambulance and a semi-truck on Alabama Highway 22 North shut down traffic Thursday evening for a few hours. According to Corporal Jess Thornton with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, the crash happened around 5 p.m. at the intersection of Alabama Highway 22 Nor

SELAM TIMES-JOURNAL

Selma City Schools no longer under state control

Almost four years after being placed under intervention by the Alabama State School Board of Education, Selma City Schools are now back on their own. During the ALSDE meeting in Montgomery Thursday, state school board leaders announced the school would no longer be under the supervision of the state

WSFA

Having a ball at Christmas

We talk about WINTER and a very cold & complicated forecast especially next 3 days.. The S word is used! Maybe a rain/snow mix Friday, and some models are more bullish on snow than others. Even COLDER this weekend... Rich Thomas Weather Network Christmas is my favorite time of the year. Growing up

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - 2017-12-15 22:26:22

Selman issues amended bond order

Presiding Circuit Judge Jerry Selman has vacated an order from Sept. 5 that allowed most offenders to be released from jail on unsecured bonds. This item is available in full to subscribers. Circuit Judge Jerry Selman Presiding Circuit Judge Jerry Selman has vacated an order from Sept. 5 that allo

DAILY MOUNTAIN EAGLE ONLINE - 2017-12-15 05:22:36

Toys for Kids receives United Way donation

The Maplesville Toys for Kids campaign received a welcome boost from Chilton County United Way with a $800 donation. The contribution was presented to the town during the Dec. 12 meeting of the town council. Program coordinators will distribute the toys to recipients on Dec. 20. Maplesville town emp

CLANTON ADVERTISER - 2017-12-15 21:08:00

Quoth the reader, 'never Moore': Letter to the editor predicts Doug Jones' win

Editor's note: The following letter to the editor was emailed to the Montgomery Advertiser Monday night, before election day on Tuesday, with the headline "An optimistic if premature letter to the editor." Once upon a Tuesday, weary of national ridicule (clearly) Came voters in droves to the local p

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER

Alabama Senate race: Who could challenge Doug Jones in 2020?

Brooks finished third in the race against Moore and Strange, but several conservative pundits were quick to point out his potential for success after the Jones victory. The Huntsville Republican recently announced he is being treated for prostate cancer, but the prognosis is "very good" and he could

AL.COM

Church to host drive-through nativity scene

Taylorville Baptist Church will host a live drive-through nativity scene Saturday and Sunday. This is the 10th anniversary of the church's "Star of Bethlehem" nativity scene. The event will feature 10 drive-through scenes with live animals while a "Message of Hope" narrative CD plays. The drive-thro

TUSCALOOSA NEWS

Fort Mill restaurant will open offering "all the flavors" of India | The Herald

Two friends are working together to bring the curries, vegetarian dishes and other specialties of Indian cuisine to Fort Mill with the opening of the town's first Indian restaurant. Persis Indian Grill, is set to open next week, said Kumar Patel, who is opening the restaurant with friend and busines

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-12-16 00:33:00

Fort Mill High School band is heading overseas again with local history in tow

It isn't often students need a passport and plane ticket to take in local history, but Fort Mill High School band members are giving it a go. Band members are heading overseas again, this time to England and Scotland for spring break in 2019. The trip follows band performances in France last year

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-12-15 21:57:00

Fort Mill planners almost have another year wrapped up. Just a few more items to go.

Planning commission members in Fort Mill aren't quite off for Christmas yet, as they still have a few items to round out the year. Items that could bring more commercial and residential growth. All three items on the Dec. 19 planning commission agenda are happening, but still require relatively mi

ROCK HILL HERALD

Fort Mill police seek to identify suspects in Waffle House robbery

FORT MILL, SC (FOX 46 WJZY) - The Fort Mill Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying multiple suspects in connection to an armed robbery at a local Waffle House. The robbery happened on Wednesday, Dec. 13 at the Waffle House located on Regent Parkway. The incident was captur

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