Saturday, July 16, 2011


Conway Orders KSP Turn Over Photos


Fourth Man Charged In Tennessee Murder


KSP Accepting Cadet Class Applications


FEMA Approves $12-Million For Kentucky

Since being designated for Individual Assistance May 19, the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA), the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the
Commonwealth of Kentucky have approved more than $12 million in assistance to
Kentuckians affected by the severe storms, tornadoes and flooding from April 12 to May 20. 
FEMA has approved $8,230,864 in Individual Assistance as part of the ongoing recovery efforts for residents of 22 Commonwealth counties. The funds help residents repair their damaged homes, replace uninsured personal property and find temporary housing following the disaster. The SBA has
approved loans totaling $3,809, 800 for individuals and businesses.


NASCAR Working With Kentucky Speedway Officials


Ford Accepts Applications


Mingo County Man Charged With Murder


Daniels Man Convicted


Jefferson County Man Arrested


Police Find Dangerous Materials


Charges Dismissed...Prosecutors To Appeal


Domestic Violence Conference Set

Friday, July 15, 2011


Tiger Mart Robbed


Jenkins City Council Reads Alcohol Ordinance


Prosecutors Focus On Fen-Phen Judgment


Former UK Player Signs With Cincinnati Reds


Lexington Police Won't Release Nunn File


Former Boy Scout Leader Sentenced


Prosecutors Seek Deposition In Mingo County Raid


Possible Hit And Run Vehicle Found


Trial Delayed For UBB Security Head


Ethics Commission Fines Former Dunbar Mayor


Rahall Announces HUD Funding For Veterans


DNA Samples Requested In Murder Case

Thursday, July 14, 2011


Accident Kills Paintsville Man


Floyd County Man Sentenced


Instant Racing Approved At Kentucky Downs


KSP Accepting Applications For New Cadet Class

(FRANKFORT, KY) - The Kentucky State Police will begin accepting applications for its next cadet class on July 15. Interested applicants should visit the KSP website at www.kentuckystate and click
on the Career Opportunities, Recruitment Home and How To Become A Kentucky State Trooper links.

Information at the site includes an outline of the application process, a list of minimum requirements and disqualifications, a downloadable application form with a list of supporting documents required, a
downloadable study guide for the written test and a list of the testing dates, times and locations:

Sept. 9, 2011: 9:00 a.m. EST, Indiana Wesleyan University, Florence, Ky.
Application deadline: Sept. 2)
Sept. 17, 2011: 9:00 a.m. EST, University of Louisville, Louisville, Ky.
(Application deadline: Sept. 9)
Sept. 21, 2011: 9:00 a.m. EST, Eastern Kentucky University, Funderburk
Building, Richmond, Ky. (Application deadline: Sept. 14)
Sept. 22, 2011: 9:00 a.m. EST, Eastern Kentucky University, Funderburk
Building, Richmond, Ky. (Application deadline: Sept. 14)
Sept. 23, 2011: 9:00 a.m. EST, Eastern Kentucky University, Funderburk
Building, Richmond, Ky. (Application deadline: Sept. 14)
Sept. 27, 2011: 9:00 a.m. CST, Western Kentucky University, Bowling
Green, Ky. (Application deadline: Sept. 20)
Oct. 15, 2011: 9:00 a.m. EST, Morehead State University, Morehead, Ky.
(Application deadline: Oct. 7)
Oct. 22, 2011: 9:00 a.m. CST, Murray State University, Murray, Ky.
(Application deadline: Oct. 14)
Oct. 29, 2011: 9:00 a.m. EST, Eastern Kentucky University, Funderburk
Building, Richmond, Ky. (Application deadline: Oct. 21)

If more information is needed after visiting the website, applicants can
call toll-free
1-866-360-3165 during office hours from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (ET) Monday
through Friday or leave a message any other time.

All application materials must be completed and returned to the KSP
Recruitment Branch at 919 Versailles Road, Frankfort, KY 40601 by the
application deadline. The next cadet class is scheduled to begin in May
of 2012.


BSCTC Industrial Maintenance Program

(Paintsville, KY ) - It's not too late to kick-start your future.  If you have been contemplating a new profession or vocation, then Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) is the place for you! Check out the Industrial Maintenance Technology Program (IMTP) at BSCTC.  Big Sandy offers the IMT Program on its Pikeville and Mayo Campuses. The BSCTC IMT Program trains students to maintain equipment, buildings and industry structures.  Graduates are proficient in a variety of areas that require maintenance of equipment and structures that meet industry standards. The Industrial Maintenance Technology Program is not new at Big Sandy CTC.  It has been offered on the BSCTC Pikeville Campus for eleven years.  However, with increasing enrollment numbers, Big Sandy CTC has expanded the Program to its Mayo Campus. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that industrial machinery mechanics,
machinery maintenance workers and millwrights held about 408,300 jobs in 2008.  Of these, 45,200 jobs were held by millwrights with the largest concentration of workers in manufacturing and construction industries.


Financial Aid Tip

All of these programs may help ease the burden of paying for college. However, sometimes these sources are not enough to cover all the costs. When that happens, parents and students may take advantage of private student loans, also called alternative loans.
The interest rate on private loans will largely depend on the borrower’s credit rating, so students and parents may have to pay higher interest rates than they would on federal student loans. In addition, many lenders require students to have a cosigner, and some require the college to certify that the student needs the loan.
Students and parents are encouraged to do research before committing to any loan.


Huntington Man Remains Jailed


Public Defender Under Investigation


Police Chase Results In 15 Year Sentence


Harley Rally Invades Charleston


Convicted Sex Offender Avoids Trial


Man Charged After Police Find Guns

Wednesday, July 13, 2011


Beshear Requests Major Disaster Declaration

A major disaster declaration allows individuals, businesses and governments to seek financial assistance from the federal government for cleanup, repair and replacement of property.


Knox County Fight Leads To Gunfire


Former Williamsburg Attorney Sentenced


Former Kentucky Court Of Appeals Judge Dies


Paul Presses Homeland Security Officials


Pulaski County To Bury Unclaimed Body


Clay County Man Indicted


Murder Charges Dropped


Huntington Grand Jury Indicts Ohio Man


Frasure Creek Mining Permit Hearing Set


Nitro Gaming Parlor Robbed


Affinity Coal Reopens Raleigh County Mine

Tuesday, July 12, 2011


Pike County Mountaintop Development Funding Approved


Martin County Mine Accident


McConnell Criticizes Obama Plan


Perry County Murder Case Goes To Grand Jury


Kentucky Man Presumed Drowned


Beshear Seeks "Race to the Top" Funding


Charleston Man Pleads Guilty To Cocaine Charge


Police Searching For Hit And Run Driver


Three Missing In Mason County


Man Who Sues Over Bath Salts Arrested


Group Protests Frasure Creek Mountaintop Removal


Huntington Man Accused Of Keying Vehicles

Monday, July 11, 2011


Paintsville Doctor To Be Arraigned In Pikeville


Historic Elkhorn City Walking Bridge Closed


Famed Letcher County Bluegrass Musician Dies


Williams Calls For NASCAR Investigation


Bill Calls For Background Checks


Whitley County Deputies Find Growing Marijuana


Murder Trial Continues For Daniels Man


Charleston Trial Delayed


Mason County Man Found Dead


Former Red Cross Director Pleads Guilty


Marshall University Football Player Dismissed


Hydraulic Fracturing Opponents Rally At State Capitol

Sunday, July 10, 2011


KSP Investigating Pike County School Break-in


Busch Wins Quaker State 400 At Kentucky Speedway


Helicopter Crash Kills Kentucky Man


Amanda's Law Gains Little Traction


Kentucky Education Ranks 33rd Nationwide


Alliance Coal Contributions Big In Primary


Kenova Woman's Body Found Near Camden Park


Huntington Driver Collides With Ambulance


Boone County Man Slits Dog's Throat


Body Found At Fayette County Nightclub


Police Investigating Boone County Fight


Appalachian Power Worker Injured

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