Friday, September 12, 2008


Floyd County School Gets Prestigious Award

Nationwide, nearly 300 schools are honored with No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon Schools Awards. The recognition is given by the U. S. Department of Education.

The award recognizes public and private schools which help students achieve at very high levels and make significant progress in closing achievement gaps. Since 2003, 21 Kentucky public schools have been named.

This year, four Kentucky schools have been designated as "Blue Ribbon" schools, including May Valley Elementary in Floyd County.


Fugitive Captured In Mingo County.

A fugitive from justice was picked up this week in Mingo County. Devin Marcum of Delbarton was arrested by sheriff deputies.

Marcum failed to appear in court to answer charges in Scott County , Virginia of being in possession of cocaine.

Marcum also has charges against him in Mingo county. Marcum is accused of destruction of property and petit larceny.


Second Trial For Former Pike County Teacher Scheduled For Next Month.

A former Pike County educator will stand trial in Pike County District Court on October 28th.

Lincoln Bentley a former teacher ansd assistant football coach at East Ridge High School is standing trial on two counts of official misconduct.

Bentley is accused of asking a female student to show him her breasts in order to enhance her grade.

A mistrial was ordered in the first trial after a newspaper published details of the trial while the jury was not present in the court room.

Thursday, September 11, 2008


Three Men Arrested For Breaking Into Pike County School.

The Kentucky State Police arrested three Virgie men Thursday and charged them with third degree burglary.

Police believe that 20 year-old Christopher McPeek , 22 year-old Thomas Bartley and 22 year-old Jordan Holbrook burglarized the Virgie Middle School on September 8th.

Authorities recovered the stolen property.

Authorities are investigating if the men are also linked to a rash of home burglaries within the past month in the Virgie community.

The press release also stated that more charge could be filed and additional arrests could be made.

The trio remain lodged in the Pike County Detention Center on a $ 5,000 full cash bond.


Three People Arrested For Burglarizing Pike County School.

The Kentucky State police arrested three Virgie men that they believe are responsible for burglarizing the Virgie middle School on Sept 8th.

20 year-old Christopher McPeek ,22 year -old Thomas Bartley and 22 year -old Jordan Holbrook have been charged with third degree burglary.

Authorities recovered the stolen items from the school.

Authorities are also looking into if the men are linked to a rash of home burglaries over the last month.

The press release also stated that additional charges could be filed and more arrests could be made.

The trio remain lodged in the Pike County Detention Center on a $ 5,000 full cash bond.


Floyd County Woman Jailed For Threatening Bus Driver And Students.

April Davis, 28 of Floyd County remains lodged in the Floyd County Jail on a $ 1,200 cash bond after she was accused of threatening to kill the school bus driver and the students on board. Davis has been charged with 44 counts of menacing and terroristic threatening.

Authorities say that she was upset over an earlier incident involving her child on the bus.

The bus was filled with elementary and high school students.

Davis has pleaded noty guilty and she is scheduled to appear in court in November.


Morehead State University Student Pleads On Drug Charge

Mary l. Jones, a Morehead State University student from Greenup, pleaded "not guilty" Wednesday to charges of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance and other drug-related charges.

She's accused of selling pills from her dorm room. She was arrested last Friday after allegedly selling OxyContin to a campus police officer working undercover.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008


" CATS " Scores Released.

The Kentucky Department of Education released the test scores from the " CATS " test from the 2007-2008 school year.

431,000 students in grades 3-12 were tested in different subjects such as reading, writing, math, science, arts and humanities, practical living and vocational studies.

Schools are expected to score a 100 on a 140 point scale by the year 2014. Four schools in Pike County and three in Floyd have already achieved that goal.

Pike County : Southside 109, Kimper 106, Elkhorn City Elementary 105.9, George F. Johnson Elementary 105.2 and Robinson Creek Elementary 100.7

Floyd County : James A. Duff Elementary 104.1, May Valley Elementary 125.1 and McDowell Elementary 100.6


Pike County Fiscal Court Recognizes Randy Courtney

On behalf of the Pike County Fiscal Court and Pike County Judge/Executive Wayne T. Rutherford, Pike County Attorney Howard Keith Hall, left, and Pike County Deputy Judge/Executive John Doug Hays, right, presented Pike County Firefighters Association President Robert Randall “Randy” Courtney, center, with a plaque in recognition of his 38 years of service to the citizens of Pike County. The presentation was made Saturday, Sept. 6, during the 2008 Pike County Fire School, which was held at Pike County Central High School.


Kentucky Governor Orders Flags At Half Staff For Seven Year Anniversary of 9/11

Gov. Steve Beshear has directed that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008, in observance of Patriot Day.
In accordance with a Presidential proclamation, this is in memory and to honor the innocent Americans and people from around the world who lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Gov. Beshear encourages individuals, businesses, organizations and government agencies to join in this tribute.


National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week.

This week, Lieutenant Governor Daniel Mongiardo is joining with the Kentucky Commission on Women to recognize National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week, September 8-12. This initiative not only raises awareness about cervical cancer’s unfortunate prevalence in Kentucky, but kicks off a statewide commitment to changing the grade of women’s health in the Commonwealth.
“Cervical cancer is a disease facing thousands of women each year,” said Lieutenant Governor Mongiardo. “In the United States alone, 11,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and over 4,000 will lose their lives in the fight against this disease. What’s more, Kentucky women are at a higher risk than the national average for cervical cancer—especially in our most rural and underserved communities. The time for action is now.”
The week’s activities have connected leaders from sundry avenues of expertise to work together in the fight against cervical cancer.
Monday, the Lieutenant Governor, Second Lady Mongiardo and Commission on Women Executive Director Eleanor Jordan travelled to hospitals and health departments from Pikeville to Paducah talking with doctors, community leaders and citizens about the importance of combating this disease.
Yesterday, college campuses—including University of Louisville, University of Kentucky, Murray State University and Northern Kentucky University—joined in the fight against cervical cancer by staging informational booths at their schools with pamphlets, readings and literature—getting the message out to young women about the importance of screenings.
Today, Kentucky’s business community joined in awareness efforts. Businesses statewide have been given informational tags containing statistics, information and resources to hand out to customers in order to increase awareness about this all too prevalent disease.
As the culminating event of the week, the Kentucky Commission on Women will hold the first annual Women’s Health Summit. This two day event will feature innumerable opportunities not only to discuss the issue of cervical cancer in Kentucky, but will offer solutions and ways to turn around all avenues of women’s health here in the Commonwealth. The summit will feature panels, guest speakers and working groups covering a range of topics, from Battling Cancer in the Public Eye to The Power of Art in the treatment of illness.
“The Kentucky Commission on Women not only is keenly aware of the dismal cervical cancer statistics in Kentucky, we are also keenly aware that overall women’s health and well-being should become a front burner issue,” said Executive Director Eleanor Jordan. “The National Law Center reports that on the report card of women’s health our grade is an F in most categories. This is not only alarming, it is simply unacceptable. A woman is more likely to move into old age alone, infirmed, and impoverished. We are the primary caretakers of children and extended family….we are 52% of the Kentucky population. It just makes good sense—we can’t really move Kentucky forward without formulating a woman-centered approach in our public health policy.”


Ex Williamson High School Track Star Pleads Guilty To Drug Charge.

Mingo County Prosecuting Attorney Michael Sparks announced that 20 year-old Brandon Belcher pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to selling marijuana to an undercover informant in a school zone. The transaction occurred Dec 22nd, 2007 near Williamson High School. Belcher is facing one to five years incarceration. He will be sentenced on October 14th. Belcher captured a state championship while a member of the Williamson High School track team.


Pike County Interns Head Back To College.

Pike County Fiscal Court Congratulates Summer Interns on a Job Well Done

Pikeville, Ky.— The Pike County Fiscal Court recently said “goodbye” to its three college students chosen to serve as Pike County Summer Interns.

“This summer, the Pike County Fiscal Court was blessed to have been served by three of the finest young men that I have had the pleasure of working with. These men volunteered their time to serve the Pike County Fiscal Court and in the process gained much knowledge about the workings of county government,” said Pike County Judge/Executive Wayne T. Rutherford.

Anthony Justice was an intern in the Offices of Energy and Economic Development. He is the son of Jerry and Della Justice of Belleview, FL, (formerly of Belfry, KY). He is currently working towards his Masters in Public Administration at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. His professional interests include energy policy, economic development and government policy. Along with interning with the Pike County Fiscal Court, he also interned with the City of Pikeville this summer.

Jordan Maynard was also an intern in the Offices of Energy and Economic Development. He is a junior at Morehead State University and is working towards a bachelors degree in history and government. Maynard is the son of Reggie Maynard and Christy Davidson, originally of Pikeville, where Maynard grew up. Along with his internship with the county, he also serves as an Election Officer Judge for Pike County. Maynard leads SouthEast Telephones' Intern Ready Team, where he works with local high school interns. He has also interned for Congressman Hal Rogers in Washington, D. C. Maynard attends Coal Run Church of Christ, where he is an active member, teacher, and volunteer for Coal Run mission trips.

Brett Jamison Thacker was a media relations intern in the Judge/Executive’s Office this summer. The internship was a part of a degree requirement for the public relations major through Northern Kentucky University. Thacker is majoring in public relations and double minoring in healthcare with a psychology option and English. Thacker plans to graduate with honors in the 2008-2009 school year. After that, he plans to attend Chase Law School in Highland Heights, KY. He is the son of Pike County School Board Member/Chairman Earl Dean Thacker and Mitzi Thacker, of Kimper.


Congressman Rogers Announces Grants.

U.S. Congressman Hal Rogers (KY-05) announced today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded a $251,848 Rural Business Enterprise Grant to Morehead State University (MSU). This funding will be used to enable the University’s East Kentucky Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) in Morehead, Ashland and Pikeville, to continue providing business resources to stimulate the economy and spur job growth in southern and eastern Kentucky.
“With these USDA funds, MSU, through these regional small business development centers, will be able to expand an already extensive mission by putting invaluable professional consulting resources and important business analyses directly into the hands of local companies,” Rogers said. “In a global economy with constantly changing market dynamics, our industry leaders must stay ahead of the curve, understand their financing options, and constantly innovate with new techniques and business plans to bolster operations. This assistance translates into job creation, cost-savings, and business growth for the citizens of Southern and Eastern Kentucky.”
MSU’s East Kentucky Small Business Development Centers serve a 25-county area in eastern Kentucky. The centers provide one-on-one counseling, technical assistance, and group training programs for small and emerging businesses in the service region. In addition, the funds will be used for a Regional Entrepreneur Conference and a Women’s Business Symposium.
This grant was provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Program. Rogers supports funding of the USDA through his role as a senior member of the House Appropriations Committee.


Judge Darrel Mullins Asks Donated Funds Go To Community Agencies

Following the complete destruction of his home, Judge Darrel Mullins is asking those who want to donate to a fund for his relief, do so by donating to the Red Cross and local volunteer fire departments.

Deputy State Fire Marshall, David Broderick thinks the two fires in the same neighborhood are a coincidence.


Wrong Suspect Arrested In Jenkins Bank Robbery

Jenkins Police thought they had solved last week's band robbery...but, the case took an unusual twist. It appears they arrested the wrong person.

After taking Ricky Bates into custody, his brother came forward and confessed to the robbery. Derick Bates revealed to police only details only the actual crminal would know.

Derick Bates said on the day of the robbery at Community Trust Bank he wore his brother's clothing as a disguise. Derick Bates is now charged with the crime previously attributed to his brotheer...first degree robbery.

Tuesday, September 09, 2008


Fires Kill One Person Every Two And A Half Hours.

September 9, 2008 – Findings from the newly released report on the U.S. fire loss for 2007 are available in the latest issue of NFPA Journal, the official magazine of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). According to this overview of the U.S. fire experience, fires killed one person every two and half hours last year.

Fire departments responded to 1.6 million fires, the lowest total since 2004. Although the number of fires declined, fire deaths and injuries increased. Home fire deaths accounted for more than eight in 10 of all fire deaths, yet even with an 11 percent increase from the previous year, the number of home fire deaths was the third lowest since 1977. In 2007, fires caused an estimated $14 billion in property damage, a nearly 30 percent increase from the previous year.
Other key findings from the report:
• 1,557,500 fires were attended by public fire departments, a decrease of 5.2 percent from the year before.
• 530,500 fires occurred in structures, an increase of 1.2 percent.
• 414,000 fires or 78 percent of all structure fires occurred in residential properties.
• Every 20 seconds, a fire department responds to a fire somewhere in the nation. A fire occurs in a structure at the rate of one every 59 seconds, and in particular, a residential fire occurs every 76 seconds. Fires occur in vehicles at the rate of 1 every 122 seconds, and there's a fire in an outside property every 41 seconds.
• 3,430 civilian fire deaths occurred in 2007, an increase of 5.7 percent.
• About 84 per cent of all fire deaths (2,865) occurred in the home, an increase of 11 percent.
• 365 civilians died in highway vehicle fires, a decrease of 18 percent.
• 105 civilians died in nonresidential structure fires.
• 17,675 civilian fire injuries occurred, an increase of 7.8 percent.
• 14,000 injuries occurred in residential properties, an increase of 8.3 percent.
• 1,350 injuries occurred in nonresidential structure fires.
• Nationwide, there was a civilian fire injury every 30 minutes.
• An estimated $14,639,000,000 in property damage occurred as a result of fire in 2007, a highly significant increase of 29.5 percent from last year. This total figure includes the California Fire Storm 2007 with an estimated property damage of $1,800,000,000. Excluding the California Fire Storm, total property loss still increased a significant 13.5 percent.
• $10,638,000,000 of property damage occurred in structure fires, excluding structures associated with the California Fire Storm.
• $7,546,000,000 of property loss occurred in residential properties, an increase of 8 per cent.
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KSP Awards $ 350,000

Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer announced today the agency awarded $350,000 in federal grant funds to enforce underage drinking laws that prohibit the sale, purchase and consumption of alcoholic beverages by minors.
Funding is provided by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Enforcement of Underage Drinking Laws (EUDL) block grant. KSP serves as the designated state administrator for EUDL grant funds and monitors each project. As part of this initiative, each state, territory, and the District of Columbia receive $350,000 in the form of block grants. KSP has been administering the annual EUDL block grant funding since 2004.
"Our agency is fortunate to be responsible for distributing this federal grant money. EUDL funds allow communities to work together to identify local needs and sustain a successful strategy to combat underage drinking. Our goal is to make minors and their parents more aware of underage drinking laws and the dangerous consequences of underage drinking," said Brewer.
The awards support a wide range of activities including a strong emphasis on compliance checks of retail alcohol outlets to reduce sales to minors, crackdowns on false identification, programs to reduce older youth or adults from providing alcohol to minors, "party patrols" to prevent access to alcohol at large youth gatherings, "cops in shops" to deter minors' attempts to purchase alcohol and alcohol awareness programs targeted at schools and colleges.
"We believe that strong community involvement increases the odds of reaching our community goal. Education is essential to this effort as well as enforcement of the law," added Brewer.
Kentucky EUDL programs have received national exposure for their efforts including the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control and the Bluegrass Regional Prevention Center. Ky ABC received the "Law Enforcement Partner of the Year" award for their 91 percent retail compliance rate by the Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center (UDETC) last month at an awards ceremony in Nashville, TN. The Bluegrass Regional Prevention Center presented their EUDL program ‘Keep It Real’, an interactive video media project, to attendees at the National EUDL Conference. The ‘Keep It Real’ project challenges teens to create a thirty-second public service announcement that depicts the prevention of underage drinking. The videos are then uploaded to a website where students across the state can vote on their favorite video.
KSP will accept applications for the 2009 EUDL block grant beginning December 1, 2008. The grant application package will be posted on the agencies’ website at <> on that date.
2008 EUDL Grant Recipients and Funded Projects
* Kentucky Department of Alcohol Beverage Control ($130,000), Zero
Tolerance EUDL Project
* Kentucky Department of Alcohol Beverage Control Education Branch
($20,000), S.T.A.R. (Server Training in Alcohol Regulations) Project
* Morehead State University ($20,300), College Campus Prevention
of Underage Drinking (Kentucky Network).
* Louisville Metro Police Department ($25,000), LMPD Underage
Drinking Prevention Program
* Henderson County Police Department ($14,500), Henderson Underage
Drinking Enforcement Program
* Radcliff Police Department ($12,500), Under 21 Enforcement
* Paducah Police Department ($15,700), Enforcing Underage Drinking
Laws Project
* MADD - Mothers Against Drunk Driving, ($55,000), Youth In Action
* Seven Counties Services Prevention Center ($40,000), Keep It
Real program
* Kentucky EUDL Program ($17,000), Special Programs and Planning


Mingo County Man Enters Guilty Plea.

A Mingo County man pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit grand larceny. Joseph Keith Harmon will be sentenced October 6th in Mingo County Circuit Court.


Six People Sentenced On Drug Charges In Mingo County

Six people were sentenced earlier in the week by Mingo County Circuit Court Judge Mike Thornbury. Michael Sparks Mingo County Prosecuting Attorney Michael Sparks says that the war on drugs in Mingo County will continue.

Gregory West sentenced to one to five years for distributing hydrocodone. West must pay $ 2,300 in fines and restitution.

Robert Shawn Hitchcock II sentenced one to five years after being convicted of being in possession of hydrocodone. Must also pay $ 1,700 in fines and restitution.

Michael Bowe, Jr must serve one to five years and also pay $ 3,029 in fines and restitution. Convicted of being in possession of hydrocodone.

Ersel Blevins, Jr must serve one to five years and pay a fine and restitution of $ 3,100. Convicted distributing hydrocone.

Roger Young must serve 1- 15 years and pay a fine of $ 1,727. Convicted of disributing cocaine.

Gary Chapman must serve 2 - 10 years for distributing hydrocodone. Fined $ 2,802.


Possible Charges In Letcher Co. Accident

The Kentucky State Police say charges are expected to be filed involving an accident which occurred Friday night in Letcher County.

Police say Trooper Ben Campbell was attempting to pull over an ATV ridden by Tommy Newman of Whitesburg when Newman suddenly braked, causing Campbell to swerve in an attempt to avoid hitting him. Newman then turned sharply and hit the KSP cruiser.

Newman was airlifted to Holston Valley Hospital in Tennessee.


Man On Probation Charged With Jenkins Bank Robbery

Police have arrested 23-year old Rickey Allen Bates, Jr. in connection with the robbery which occurred Friday afternoon at the Community Trust Bank in Jenkins.

He was on probation for burglarizing a school in Jenkins when police say he entered the bank waving a knife and demanding money. He now faces first-degree robbery charges.


Body Found In Burned Out Camper

A body found inside a burned out camper Monday afternoon, off the Left Fork of Dry Fork Road in the Marrowbone area of Pike County has been sent to Frankfort for an autopsy and possible positive identification.

The camper belonged to Ricky Ray Jones, and his son, 21-year old Clifton Jones, believes the body is his father. Investigators say it could take days to determing the cause of the fire.


Crisp To Face Murder Charge

The process to extradite Billy Crisp to Ohio to face a murder charge was begun Monday in Pike County Circuit Court. Ohio officials sought a governor's warrant after identifying Crisp as the person sought in the killing of Woodrow Perroud, Crisp's brother-in-law.

The killing took place at an Ohio rest area off US23 in 1975. The motive may have been insurance money.

Sunday, September 07, 2008


Fatal Motorcycle Crash.

a Martin County man was killed in a motorcycle accident during the weekend. 46 year-old Leonard M. Timms of Inez was traveling south on Coldwater Road when he lost control of his motorcycle after hitting debris in the highway. Authorities say that he was ejected from the machine and hit an embankment. Timms wasn't wearing a helmet.


Schedule of Events for 36th Annual King Coal Festival. Sept 12th - 20th In Williamson

Here is the schedule for the 36th annual King Coal Festival which will be held September 12th-20th in Williamson, West Virginia.

Friday, Sept, 12th. : King Coal Beauty Pageant at Williamson High School's Rose G. Smith Theatre . Register at Heaven Scent located at the South Side Mall or at Family Dollar located at the Appalachian Plaza. Deadline to enter is September 9th.

8:30 a.m. motorcycle poker run at Mike's Harley Davidson. Admission is $ 20

Saturday, Sept 13th : Williamson vs Montcalm

Sunday, Sept , 14th : Gospel Sing and pinto bean dinner from 1-3 p.m. at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College. No admission.

Monday, Sept, 15th : Making of apple butter at 8 a.m. in front of Williamson First Baptist Church. Volunteers needed to stir.

6 p.m. at Riverside Elementary the re-enactment of Mother Jones . Mother Jones was a prominent American labor and community organizer in the early 1900's.

7 :30 p.m. : Jazz Concert at the Rose G. Smith Theatre featuring Phil Giordano. Sponsored by the Tug Valley Arts Council. Admission is $ 15 for adults and $ 10 for people 18 and under.

Wednesday, Sept 17th : Baby Crawling Contest at the Williamson First Baptist Church. Ages 1-2 can crawl or walk.

Thursday , Sept 18th : Pet show { dogs and cats Only } from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Lefty Hamilton Park.

8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Williamson HI - Y will sponsor cruise in night in town.

Friday, Sept 19th : Block party , car and motorcycle show from 6 p.m. til midnight featuring DJ Yossi.

Saturday, Sept 20th : Vendors in Williamson beginning at 9 a.m.

10 a.m. until dusk 523 Air Flying club offering airplane rides from the Williamson Airport.

10 : 30 a.m. Baby Contest at Williamson United Methodist Church. $ 10 fee. 6-24 months.

11:00 a.m. Rubber Duck Contest from Second Avenue Bridge to Pete Dillon Harvey Street Bridge. $ 5 each. All proceeds go to the Tug Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross. Purchase ducks from the Red Cross, Bank of Mingo, Dr. Shafer's Office, Williamson Fire Department and Hurley's Drug Store. Prize a Rubicon ATV.

11 : 00 a.m. " Chili Cook Off " judging will begin at 3 p.m. Sponsored by Mingo County Fire Chief's Association. Contest will be located on Logan Street near Community Trust Bank.

11:30 a.m. / 12:30 p.m. Performance by Hilltop Dancers.

1 p.m. Crowning of King Coal.

2:15 p.m. King Coal Kids Fun Run . Event held on Logan Street.

2:30 p.m .Judging for the King Coal Kids Coal Miner costumes contest. Event to take place on courthouse steps.

4 p.m. 15 year-old singer / songwriter Chelsea Steep of Martin County, Kentucky will perform.

4:30 King Coal Parade Lineup at Sycamore Inn.

5 p.m. King Coal Parade.


October Is PRIDE Cleanup Month In Pike County

.— The month of October is PRIDE cleanup month in Pike County, and the Pike County Fiscal Court urges all communities to participate in cleaning up the county during this month.

“Let’s show the world that Pike County citizens are proud of where they live because it is the most beautiful place on Earth,” said Pike County Judge Executive Wayne T. Rutherford.

To find out whether your community has an active PRIDE cleanup group or to find out how to start one in your area, please contact your local magistrate’s office or Pike County PRIDE Director Jimmy Dale Sanders in the Pike County Solid Waste Office at (606) 432-6245.

“When communities get involved in cleanups, it improves the looks of the entire county. Trash scattered along our highways and ditch lines gives our county a bad image. So let’s all get together and put a stop to this eyesore,” Sanders said.

“The Pike County Solid Waste Department works very hard to clean up the county, but we couldn’t begin to put a dent in the task without the help of PRIDE volunteers,” said Pike County Solid Waste Deputy Commissioner Mike Lyons.

Pike County Pride, the Pike County Solid Waste Department and the Pike County Fiscal Court are doing all they can to make Pike County even more beautiful, but they need the help of all Pike County citizens. Everyone is urged to take time during October to improve the looks of their community. Imagine the impact it will have if everyone does their part.

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