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  • 11-9-11 Public Record

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  • 11-9-11 Police Log

    Reports from the KY State Police
    - A one-vehicle injury accident occurred Friday, Nov 4, at approximately 11:20 p.m. Charles Tungate, 39, of Elk Horn was driving a 1997 Honda motorcycle south on KY 49 two miles north of Bradfordsville. He crossed the centerline, overcorrected and lost control of the motorcycle, before leaving the roadway. Tungate, who was not wearing a helmet, was transported to Spring View Hospital where he was treated and released. Tungate then was lodged in Marion County Detention Center, charged with driving under the influence.

  • Local man becomes a state trooper

    The Kentucky State Police Academy presented diplomas to 60 new troopers, including Billy J. Begley, 28, of Marion County, during ceremonies held in Frankfort on Sunday, Oct. 30. Their addition to the force brings the agency’s strength to a total of 914 troopers serving the citizens of the Commonwealth.
    The new troopers started a 23-week training cycle on May 22, 2011 in a class that consisted of 81 cadets. Ten failed initial physical testing during the first two hours. Eleven more resigned during the weeks of constant mental and physical challenges that followed.

  • Watch for deer on roads

    With Autumn’s arrival and deer hunting season pending, motorists will see increased movement of wildlife throughout the Commonwealth. November is traditionally the heart of deer migration and mating season creating greater potential for deer-car crashes.
    Lt. David Jude, Spokesperson for KSP, says motorists need to take extra precautions when driving in the fall.
    “It is extremely important to recognize this ever-present risk, especially at this time of year when nearly 50 percent of all collisions with deer occur,” remarked Jude.

  • 11-9-11 Cotton's Corner

    Henry Howard “Cotton” Abell, 94, first started taking pictures when he was 10 years old. He won a kite-flying contest and the first prize was a box camera. He continued taking pictures until a few years ago due to macular degeneration. Cotton took most of the photos featured in Cotton’s Corner, but his first cousin, Bill Abell, also took some. Bill gave Cotton his slides when he moved to Louisville in the 1950s. Some of the photos in Cotton’s collection were also taken by Huley Browne. Browne’s widow, Violet, gave Cotton his slides after he passed away.

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  • Get out the modern guns for Saturday