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Helena Police Department incidents reported Thursday, Nov. 16

As of Thursday morning, the county jail held 83 inmates (79 for felonies and 4 for misdemeanors). In total, the county has 114 inmates at various detention facilities. In addition, 35 are PBT (Personal Breath Test) and 32 are SCRAM (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor bracelet). 90 clients are

INDEPENDENT RECORD - 2017-11-17 01:08:00

Why I voted for Helena jail levy

At bottom, I voted for the jail operation levy because I fear the privatization of public services at any level. I knew my vote meant wrecking plans for needed district courtrooms, reducing motivation to solve overcrowding, installing an untested bureaucracy, condoning the well-meaning campaign of a

INDEPENDENT RECORD - 2017-11-16 15:00:00

Helena DUI suspect accused of threatening officer's life

A Helena man suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol is accused of threatening to kill one police officer and making comments about another officer's family. According to court documents, officers found Rodrick Julius Carbonell, 54, walking to a car in the parking lot of a store in the


Helena College to start new dean search after one candidate withdraws, another dismissed

The search for a dean at Helena College will start again from scratch, according to an announcement on Tuesday. Finalist Dr. Vern Lindquist, from Richard Bland College of William and Mary in Virginia, withdrew from consideration. Dr. Dave Ferreira, the remaining candidate, visited the school and par


Man walks away from Helena pre-release center

A man is on the run after walking away from a Helena pre-release center Tuesday. Daniel Cagey, 35, is five feet, nine inches tall and 210 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He has been convicted of escape, theft and assault on a police officer. If you know where Cagey is or have seen him, the M


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INDEPENDENT RECORD - 2017-11-16 21:01:44

Angels, angels, everywhere!

It is impossible to turn on the news these days without hearing stories of crises. Crises that are happening abroad, crises that are happening right here in our own country. Stories of families struggling to make ends meet due to war, or natural disaster. What many don't realize is we have families

INDEPENDENT RECORD - 2017-11-16 13:00:00

Special session adjourns - neither side gets what it wants, but both happy to offset deeper cuts

A special session of the Montana Legislature called to address a budget shortfall adjourned early Thursday morning with a deal that leaves all parties less than satisfied but pleased something was negotiated. Legislators came to Helena at the start of the week for a fast and furious three days, call

INDEPENDENT RECORD - 2017-11-16 09:00:00

Students showcase Appalachian folk dances

Folk artist Russ Childers shares Appalachian musical culture and storytelling with students. Photo Provided HANNIBAL - Russ Childers, a folk musician and storyteller from the Cincinnati area, brought some Appalachian tradition and culture to the elementary school students, parents and staff of the

TIMES-LEADER - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Wait is almost over for Fantasy in Lights parade

But there's another Santa of sorts - in a business suit - who, years ago, saved the parade from possible extinction and whose business remains the title sponsor of the event. Frank Carolla, who owns and operates Perkins Restaurant & Bakery in the Ohio Valley, stepped up to keep the parade afloat at

TIMES-LEADER - 2017-11-16 08:00:00

Food Giveaway Slated at Bethlehem Apostolic Temple in North Wheeling

File Photo Bethlehem Apostolic Temple member Terry Goodwin, left, and Temple Shalom member Marilyn Mendelson volunteer during Bethlehem Apostolic Temple's annual Thanksgiving food basket giveaway in Wheeling last year. For 27 years, members of the Bethlehem Apostolic Temple have worked hard to make

INTELLIGENCER - 2017-11-16 08:00:00

Two injured in tanker vs. car accident in Moundsville

Two people were flown by medical helicopter to a Morgantown hospital after a car vs. tanker truck accident along Roberts Ridge Road in Moundsville on Thursday afternoon. Two people were flown by medical helicopter to a Morgantown hospital after a car vs. tanker truck accident along Roberts Ridge Roa

WTOV 9 - 2017-11-16 17:13:41

Food pantries can schedule pick-up times

FAIRMONT - Items collected during the Times West Virginian's Food Wars food drive will be distributed to food pantries on Tuesday and Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Appointments are currently being scheduled for pick-up times. If you are with the Mount Sharon Free Methodist Church Food Pantry, Centr

TIMES WEST VIRGINIAN - 2017-11-17 09:00:00

Murder trial continued as more evidence is tested in Belmont County

The murder trial for 31-year-old David Kinney was continued to early next year on Wednesday in a Belmont County courtroom. The murder trial for 31-year-old David Kinney was continued to early next year on Wednesday in a Belmont County courtroom. Kinney is charged with murder and aggravated murder in


Nearly $4 million missing or stolen from local governments or school districts in Ohio

In the three-county area of Jefferson, Belmont and Harrison counties, nearly $147,000 went missing. A special report from the Ohio State auditor has found $3.4 million in stolen or missing money from 2007-2017 from local governments and school districts. This money was stolen, or went missing, from


No medical marijuana locales for Bellaire

T-L Photos/SHELLEY HANSON ABOVE: BELLAIRE POLICE Chief Mike Kovalyk proposes to village council that it consider contracting with a company that uses traffic cameras to catch speeding motorists with 60 percent of the fines coming back to the village. East Liverpool, he said, makes $70,000 a month vi

TIMES-LEADER - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Buy your kids this $6 million zoo in Alvin and be the hero of the century

Craig Hlavaty Published 2:25 pm, Thursday, November 16, 2017 Buy your kids this $6 million zoo in Alvin and be the hero of the century 1 / 73 Back to Gallery Anyone in the market for a zoo, complete with animals, housing, and ample land? On the market for a year now, Alvin's Bayou Wildlife Zoo has

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-16 20:25:00

Angleton man sentenced to multiple child porn charges

Woodlands developer heads farther north for next act U.S. District Judge George Hanks Jr. sentenced John Waldrip to two 175-month sentences and 120 months in prison for possession, receipt and distributing child pornography. The man originally plead guilty to the crime in June 2017. Waldrip will be

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-16 21:35:00

Lions and tigers and bears - oh my

If you're looking for a trip down memory lane that the entire family can enjoy, look no further than the Bay Area Harbour Playhouse's presentation of the timeless classic "The Wizard of Oz," which will make its debut - for one show only - at 3 p.m. Saturday at 3803 state Highway 3 in Dickinson. The

GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 04:15:00

League City pay competitive, but some jobs lag

LEAGUE CITY Salaries for most League City government employees are competitive within surrounding cities, but compensation for some jobs lags behind the market, a recent study found. Making those below-market jobs competitive would cost the city about $924,000, the study found. The city council in A

GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 04:50:00