Things getting ugly in Hodgenville in the city hall scandal. The mayor’s attorney said that Monday night’s city council meeting was a “kangaroo court.” He was talking about a presentation council heard with evidence against mayor Terry Cruse and city clerk MaDonna Hornback. They’ve been arrested, accused of ripping off taxpayers by gassing-up their personal […]
T-shirts, tennis shoes and college sports. University of Louisville strikes another deal with Addias for $39 million dollars. The school and the company have been partners since 1998. They will continue to provide shoes and uniforms for all 23 athletic programs at the school.
A jury recommends that a former priest in Louisville do 15 years in prison for molesting a teenage boy. Attorneys for 66 year old James Schook wanted a lighter sentence since he has terminal cancer. Schook to be sentenced on May 30th.
Coughing and hacking in Grayson county. An outbreak of whooping cough. 55 cases since March — normally, they might only have one case in a year. Not sure why such an outbreak this year — it can be treated — but it’s rough on the elderly and on babies. Grayson health department hopes to contain […]
A job fair today at Pritchard Community center in E’town. It runs from 10–3. It’s an annual event that connects job-hunters with companies that are hiring. There will also be experts there offering free tips on such things as writing a resume and how to handle job interviews.
A Louisville police officer is getting a $450,000 check from the city because he was unfairly demoted and hassled by the police department. Officer Barron Morgan was demoted because he worked to prove that a woman convicted of murder was wrongly convicted. Morgan had a confession from the real killer, and he exposed mistakes made […]