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County making progress toward E-911
WHITLEY CITY — In the two months since McCreary 911 was combined with the local ambulance service, officials have been negotiating with AT&T to resolve several obstacles to the system’s enhancement.
Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter destroyed in blaze
WHITLEY CITY — The extended holiday weekend was dampened by news that the Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter was destroyed by fire Friday night.
Pioneer Community Hospital opens
WHITLEY CITY — Along with recent 911 developments, McCreary County 911/EMS Director Jimmy Barnett has cause to celebrate this week with the reopening of the hospital facility in Oneida.
Local woman charged with animal cruelty
HOLLY HILL — Local authorities are investigating an alleged puppy mill after seizing 19 dogs from a Bethel Road home Thursday evening.
Patricia Z. Douglas, 48, was arrested at the scene and charged with 19
McCreary grand jury indicts Rodriguez
WHITLEY CITY — The McCreary County Grand Jury fielded a light agenda this month — returning four indictments.
Topping the list is 37-year-old Roger Dale Rodriguez of Clark Hollow
‘Your Turn’ transportation survey results released to public
FRANKFORT — The results from a transportation survey sponsored by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) to help develop its Long Range Transportation Plan were released last Tuesday.
Fannie Morgan celebrates 102 years
PINE KNOT — This week marks a special milestone for one of McCreary County’s most beloved citizens.
On Tuesday (November 19), Fannie Ellen Angeline Morgan — better
Whitley firefighters honored in ‘Thanks a Million’ campaign
WHITLEY CITY — Thanksgiving came a couple of weeks early for one local fire station.
Last Thursday, the Whitley City Fire Department received a case of 20
Kentucky college-going rates released for 2011
FRANKFORT — Nearly half of McCreary Central High School’s Class of 2011 enrolled in college upon graduation, according to the latest Kentucky High School Feedback Report released last Tuesday by the Kentucky
Two Pine Knot men indicted in Oakwood investigation
SOMERSET — Attorney General Jack Conway announced Monday that three former employees of Oakwood Manor in Somerset have been indicted on felony charges of abuse and neglect by a Pulaski County
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