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City of Columbia Announces a Citizens Academy

The City of Columbia is pleased to announce that their First Citizens Academy.

The academy is a class held with representatives of the Columbia Police Department; with assistance from other first response agencies. The first class will be an initial four week session consisting of one day a week for a period of two hours.

The initial class will focus on the structure of the police department, emergency response, drug and alcohol training, possible tours of emergency organizations, and crime scene investigations. There will be a graduation ceremony at the end of the class.

Although the initial class will be four weeks; future classes are expected to last from eight to ten weeks as they prepare a more extensive curriculum.

“We are excited about this in our community,” said Chief Charles Greer of the Columbia Police Department.

Mayor Hoots, who has previously attended a couple of the Citizen Academies, is happy about the prospect for Columbia. “I think this is an excellent source of the community working together.”

Applications will be available within the next two weeks.

Adair County 8th Graders Selected to Rogers Explorers

Adair County Middle School announced the 2024 selected students for the Rogers Explorers program. ACMS 8th graders Sarah Goforth, Madi Burns, Ashley Loy, Sallie Ballou, and Jose Blair received selection letters over Spring Break. Congratulations to these young ladies on being selected to be a part of the Rogers Explorers Program!

(story from our friends at Columbia Magazine)

 

A Columbia woman was lodged into the Adair County Regional Jail on Charges that included Assault and Terroristic Threatening

A Columbia woman was lodged into the Adair County Regional Jail on Charges that included Assault and Terroristic Threatening

Christy Vaughn, age 36, of Columbia was taken into Custody by Deputy Hitch of the Adair County Sheriff’s Office, just before 3 yesterday afternoon. Vaughn’s charges include Assault 3rd Degree-Police Officer or Probation Officer, Terroristic Threatening, 3rd Degree, Disorderly Conduct, 2nd Degree, Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place (1st and 2nd Offense) and Persistent Felony Offender 2. She was lodged into the Adair County Regional Jail.

An Albany woman has been charged with Distribution of Obscene Matter and Unlawful Transaction involving a Minor

An Albany woman has been charged with Distribution of Obscene Matter and Unlawful Transaction involving a Minor

Shelly Muse, age 43, was taken into custody Monday on charges that included Distribution of Obscene Matter to Minors 1st Offense, Unlawful Transaction with Minor 3rd Degree and Harassing Communications. She was lodged into the Russell County Detention Center.

Columbia Man Arrested for Auto Theft

 

On Sunday night, April 14, 2024, the Columbia Police Department was dispatched to the report of a stolen vehicle on Hanley Lane, just off Russell Road. 


The following day (Monday, April 15th), the vehicle was located abandoned and wrecked on Grissom Street. Officers obtained camera footage from the area of Carrie Bolin Drive and Hanley Lane. After viewing the footage, the operator was identified and later taken into custody. 

Shane Hall, 18, of Columbia has been charged with criminal mischief 1st degree as well as theft by unlawful taking. 

CPD Officer Trevor Foster made the arrest. He was assisted by multiple Columbia Police Department officers.

 

Possible Severe Weather This Week


An active weather pattern will unfold this week. To start off, we do have the potential for isolated strong to severe storms today, mainly during the late afternoon and evening hours. The main threats with these isolated severe storms will be large hail and damaging winds.

Another round of storms is expected to arrive late Tuesday night into Wednesday, though at this time the severe threat looks very low. What's more concerning is a second round of storms that will likely develop late Wednesday morning or afternoon ahead of a cold front. The graphic below highlights this threat.

 

 

Lindsey Wilson Faculty and Staff Honored

The Lindsey Wilson College community honored its faculty and staff at the annual Employee Appreciation and Awards Dinner on Wednesday evening, April 10, 2024, in the Roberta D. Cranmer Dining & Conference Center. More than 30 faculty and staff members were recognized for milestone service anniversaries of five, 10, 20, 30 & 40 years to LWC.

LWC President William T. Luckey, Jr., was recognized for his 40 years of service.

Recognized for 30 years of service were David Begley, Roger England, and Willis Pooler.

Recognized for 20 years of service were Angela Butler, Kimberly Hamlett, Jeffrey Parsons, Benson Sexton, and Daniel Wyatt.

Recognized for 10 years of service were Tonya Brown, Richard Carroll, Amy Holsinger, Donnetta Landis, William Neace, and Janet Turner.

Recognized for five years of service were Mary Baker, Amy Beane, Shon Bloyd, Rachel Carr, Courtney Conley, Mark Elam, Leon Ellison, Richard Lee, Rachael Mattingly, Phillips Shelley Phillips, Powers Matthew Powers, Katelyn Richey, Donquir Smith, Darlene Vaughn, and Phillip Yoho.

Retirees Assistant Professor Debbie Hall and Student Accounts Representative Sally Mays were also honored at the event.

Adair County EDA Meeting 4-16-24


The Columbia-Adair County Economic Development Authority will meet at 8amCT on Tuesday, April 16, 2024 in the Welcome and Development Center/Chamber, EDA & Tourism Building at 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY.

 

Adair Cattlemen's Assoc. Meeting 4/15/24


The next Adair County Cattlemen's Association meeting will be held at 6pmCT on Monday, April 15, 2024 at the Adair County Extension Office, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY.

The Guest Speaker will be Dr. Ray Smith, UK Extension Forage Specialist, with information on prepping for hay season.

 

Adair County Tourism Meets Tuesday 4/16/24

The Adair County Tourism Commission will meet in regular session at NoonCT on Tuesday, April 16, 2024, at the Welcome and Development Chamber/Tourism/EDA Office, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY.

This is an open meeting.

Adair County Man Arrested Following Minor Auto Accident that Led to Stabbing


According to Russell County Sheriff Derek Polston, a stabbing took place at a residence on Harristown Rd in the Eli/ Salem area of Russell County at  9:07amCT on Sunday morning.

 

The victim, Mario Ochao, was stabbed in the right upper portion of his chest. A dispute took place involving a small auto accident at the residence involving both subjects. The perpetrator, 42-year-old Fredy Roblero of Adair County, was later taken into custody and transported back to Russell County. He was charged with Assault 1st Degree. The victim was transported to Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital in Somerset.
 

The case remains under investigation by Deputy Bill Greer of the Russell County Sheriffs Office and was assisted by Ky State Police, Russell Springs Police Department, the Adair County Sheriff’s Office, and Russell County Ambulance Service. The case will be presented to a Russell County Grand Jury.

 

Russell County School Board Meeting 4/15/24

 
The Russell County School Board will meet on Monday, April 15, 2024 at 5:00pmCT at the Russell County Schools Auditorium/Natatorium in Room 114.
 
 

Weekend Arrests 4/14/23

 

According to jail records, the following individuals were arrested by various law enforcement agencies during the weekend. 


Carson Wallis, 59, of Jamestown - arrested Saturday afternoon by the RSPD for Driving on a DUI Suspended License, Improper Registration Plate, Failure of Owner to Maintain Insurance, and Failure to Appear.

 
Lodged in the Russell County Detention Center.
 
 
Gunner Barrier, 32, of Monticello - arrested on Saturday night by the CPD for Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol (Aggravated Circumstances), Reckless Driving, Possession of Open Alcoholic Beverage Container in Motor Vehicle, and Failure to Appear.
 
Lynda Bratcher, 45, of Columbia - arrested Saturday night by the ACSO for Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place.
 
Lodged in the Adair County Regional Jail.
 

Two Russell County Women Arrested on Friday...

 
The following individuals were arrested on Friday, April 12, 2024 and lodged in the Russell County Detention Center...
 
  • Latisha Foley, 46, of Jamestown - arrested on Friday afternoon by KSP for Operating Motor Vehicle Under the Influence, Operating on a Suspended or Revoked License, No Registration Plates, No Registration Receipt, Failure of Owner to Maintain Required insurance, and Failure to Produce Insurance Card.
     
  • Courtney Gray, 31, of Jamestown - arrested on Friday by the RCSO for 2nd degree Burglary, TBUT over $1,000, Criminal Mischief 1st degree, and was served four Bench Warrants for Court.
 

Two Russell County Men Arrested for Receiving Stolen Property


Two Russell County Men have been arrested for Receiving Stolen Property (over $10,000).

 

Tony Scales, 49, and Kolby Conner, 26, both of Jamestown, KY were arrested on Thursday evening, April 11, 2024 by the Russell County Sheriff’s Office and lodged in the Russell County Detention Center.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inmate Kolby Conner
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inmate Tony Scales

RSFD Responds to Early Morning House Fire

 

In the early hours of Wednesday, April 11, 2024, the Russell Springs Volunteer Fire Department (RSVFD) was dispatched to a reported house fire at a residence on Roy Drive in Russell Springs. The call, which came in at 12:39 a.m., prompted a quick response from nine volunteer firefighters who arrived on scene to address the emergency. 
 

The fire was successfully contained to the laundry area of the home, specifically originating from the water heater. Due to the quick actions of the responding team, the fire was controlled within one hour, preventing it from spreading to other parts of the structure. As a result, the home suffered no structural damage, and no injuries were reported in connection with the incident.

 

The Russell Springs Volunteer Fire Department acknowledges the assistance provided by the Russell Springs Police Department (RSPD), which played a crucial role in the operation's success.

 

The Fire Department would like to remind the community about the importance of regular appliance maintenance and fire safety practices to prevent similar incidents. Residents are encouraged to regularly check their home appliances and fire detection systems to ensure they are in proper working order.

 

The RSVFD remains committed to the safety and well-being of our community. We are grateful for the quick actions and professionalism of all first responders involved in this incident. Their dedication ensures that our community remains a safe place to live and work.

 

May Primary Election Information


The registration deadline for the upcoming May Primary Election is April 22nd. Here's some voter information from Adair County Clerk Lisa Greer...
 

Motorcycle Accident Sends Campbellsville Man to Louisville Hospital

 

The accident occurred on Wednesday, April 10, 2024 at 7:44pmET. A 2011 Harley Davidson motorcycle, operated by 42-year-old Jodie Dotson of Campbellsville, was traveling west on Lone Valley Rd, when he entered a curve and lost control.

 

Mr. Dotson was transported to the AIR EVAC Helipad by Campbellsville/Taylor County EMS, and was flown to the UofL Hospital in Louisville with a head injury. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

 

Agencies Involved: Campbellsville Police Department, Campbellsville Taylor County EMS, Campbellsville Fire/Rescue, Taylor County Fire Department, AIR EVAC


Investigating Officer: Sgt. Adam Davis

 

Gov. Beshear Provides Team Kentucky Update 4/11

 

FRANKFORT, Ky. (April 11, 2024) – Today, Gov. Andy Beshear was joined by First Lady Britainy Beshear and Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman to provide an update on economic development; the unveiling of the 2024 Governor’s Derby Celebration poster; grants to support veterans; sports betting numbers from the NCAA men’s basketball tournament; new homes at Wayland high-ground site; recent and upcoming inclement weather; and actions taken on recent bills. Lt. Gov. Coleman also named everyone at the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs as this week’s Team Kentucky All-Stars.

 

Economic Development
The Governor announced that State Budget Director John Hicks reported March’s General Fund receipts grew 12.7% over last year, while the state’s Road Fund receipts grew by more than 13.5% over the same period. General Fund receipts for March hit nearly $1.2 billion. This is the 19th consecutive month in which collections have exceeded $1 billion.

 

Gov. Beshear highlighted further growth in Kentucky’s manufacturing industry as Gracious Living KY, a manufacturer and distributor of consumer products, announced plans to expand its Butler County operations with a nearly $9.8 million investment creating 50 new full-time jobs.

 

The Governor congratulated Manchester Lumber Co. for expanding its operations after 75 years in Clay County. The company broke ground on its new location earlier this week.

 

Later today, Gov. Beshear will join local officials and representatives from Washington Penn Plastic Co. to celebrate the beginning of construction for the company’s new manufacturing facility in Clark County, a nearly $105 million investment that will create 88 full-time, Kentucky jobs.

 

Governor’s Derby Celebration Poster
Gov. Beshear joined Lexington artist Ken Burney and Kentucky Derby Festival President and CEO Matt Gibson for the official unveiling of the 2024 Governor’s Derby Celebration poster. To celebrate the 150th running of the Kentucky Derby, Burney created this year’s poster to pay homage to the Kentucky Derby’s Black jockeys, who made significant contributions to the sport. The poster depicts Oliver Lewis riding Aristides in 1875, Isaac Murphy riding Buchanan in 1884 and Isaac Lewis riding Montrose in 1887.

 

Louisville artist Richard Sullivan helped present the 2024?Official Kentucky Derby Festival Poster?to the Governor and First Lady. This year’s poster, titled “Liberated,” is the 44th?poster in the Kentucky Derby Festival series and is available for purchase?online. To learn more about these posters, see the full release.

 

KDVA Awarded Abraham Lincoln Pillar of Excellence Award
The Governor highlighted recent awards received by the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs (KDVA). For the fourth year in a row, in February, the KDVA was awarded the Department of Veterans Affairs Abraham Lincoln Pillar of Excellence Award, this time for its innovative Veterans Red-Carpet Welcome Home program. Also in February, three Kentucky Veterans Centers were recognized as 2024 America’s Best Nursing Homes by U.S. News World Reports. On April 15, the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery South East, located in Hyden, will receive the National Cemetery Administration’s Stewardship Award in recognition of superior performance results. To learn more the recent award, see the full release.

 

Veteran’s Program Trust Fund Grants
The Governor announced nearly $393,000 in funding from the Veteran’s Program Trust Fund, which will go to nine organizations supporting Kentucky veterans. The funding includes:

  • $105,000 to the Honor Flight Bluegrass, which provides flights for veterans to visit war memorials built in their honor in Washington, D.C.;
  • $100,000 to the Clark County Veterans Council to build a public monument to honor the sacrifices of 101 Clark County residents who gave their lives in World War II and Korea;
  • $75,000 to Honor Flight Kentucky to fly Kentucky veterans to Washington, D.C. to tour war memorials and lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier;
  • Over $14,700 to the Lady Veterans Connect to host a weekend retreat for Kentucky women veterans at Cumberland Falls State Park;
  • $5,000 to the Louisville Armed Forces Committee to recognize and honor Kentucky veterans at the Louisville Armed Forces Day Dinner in May;
  • $500 to the Rowan County Veterans Foundation to build a simulated Vietnam War-era hut in the Rowan County Veteran Museum;
  • $30,000 to the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame to honor Kentucky veterans;
  • $10,000 to Operation Odyssey Outdoors to sponsor a trip to Florida for 20 wounded veterans; and
  • $50,000 to the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs Homeless Veterans Program to prevent eviction and utility connection for veterans and their families.

 

Over the last four-plus years, 97 grants have been awarded to various organizations supporting our great veterans, totaling more than $2.9 million.

 

NCAA Tournament Sports Betting Numbers
Lt. Gov. Coleman said that initial numbers indicate over 2.5 million individual bets were placed in Kentucky during the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, with a total handle of more than $57.7 million, retail and mobile combined.

 

“We have seen some great success from sports wagering, which opened last September, and for the first time, Kentuckians were able to place legal wagers on NCAA Tournament games,” said Lt. Gov. Coleman. “In just seven months, sports wagering tax revenue is already beating predictions and it continues to be an entertainment source Kentuckians enjoy.”

 

New Homes at Wayland High-Ground Site
This week, the Governor joined Appalachia Service Project (ASP) volunteers for a celebration of the progress being made at the high-ground community site in Wayland. Eleven homes are being built on the 4-acre site in partnership with ASP and with partial funding from the Team Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief Fund. Each home received $100,000 from the fund. The homes are expected to be ready for occupancy in June.

 

Weather Update
Lt. Gov. Coleman provided an update on the state’s ongoing response to severe weather that swept through the commonwealth early this month. The National Weather Service (NWS) has confirmed 19 tornadoes throughout Anderson, Bath, Bourbon, Boyd, Bracken, Clark, Henry, Jefferson, Jessamine, Mason, McCracken, Nelson, Oldham, Woodford and Union counties.

 

The ongoing priority remains the thorough assessment of damage sustained across the commonwealth following these storms. Although the threshold for requesting public assistance has not been met, the state is committed to continuing to document and report damage so that every affected community is accounted for.

 

“For those who were hardest hit, we are carefully compiling the necessary information to advocate for individual assistance where needed,” said Lt. Gov. Coleman. “Our focus, as always, is on ensuring that all affected communities receive all the support needed as they begin the recovery process.”

 

Two households are currently housed in travel trailers through the Commonwealth Sheltering Program following the April 2 storms. Another two households are housed in travel trailers following storms in Trimble County on March 15.

 

Lt. Gov. Coleman also provided an update on upcoming inclement weather. The commonwealth is expected to experience scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms, which could produce damaging winds, hail, flooding and tornadoes.

 

Action Taken on Recent Bills
The Governor updated Kentuckians on bills he has acted on recently. Gov. Beshear was joined by former University of Kentucky basketball star and NBA player Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and bill sponsor Sen. Whitney Westerfield to ceremonially sign Senate Bill 111, which requires health insurance coverage for speech therapy as a treatment for stuttering. Kidd-Gilchrist used his personal story to advocate for the legislation.

 

“Back in 2010, I made a commitment to UK, but also to this state,” Kidd-Gilchrist said. “And I’m fortunate enough to help the state and adults like myself who stutter in the future.”

 

“I’m honored to have been the sponsor of Senate Bill 111, and I’m glad that Kentucky gets to be first of the states in the country where Michael is going to bring this important work and this important change,” said Sen. Westerfield. “Michael, thank you for your advocacy. Using your story and your platform to do good for others is what we are all called to do.”

In this year’s legislative session, Gov. Beshear has signed 144 bills so far, including:

  • House Bill 377 establishes a Teacher Recruitment Student Loan Forgiveness Pilot Program and a pilot Student Teacher Stipend Program.
  • House Bill 453 establishes a requirement so that when child abuse or neglect is reported to the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, they must determine the military status of the parent or guardian. This will allow the proper military Family Advocacy Program to intervene, providing quicker and more consistent services to military children and families.
  • House Bill 30 establishes the Kentucky Service Members, Veterans and their Families Suicide Prevention Program.
  • House Bill 752 appropriates funding from the Eastern and Western Kentucky SAFE Funds to help communities recover from historic flooding and tornadoes. It directs $48 million to the city of Mayfield to rebuild a fire station, police station, electric and water system facilities and city hall; $6.1 million to Graves County for its administrative building; and $11 million to the Breathitt County school district to help those schools continue to recover. The Governor noted that although this is a good bill, the budget as it stands includes no replenishment to the Eastern Kentucky SAFE Fund, which will keep affected counties from being able to provide funds for FEMA matching funds.
  • House Bill 15 establishes rights relating to personal data, including letting Kentuckians know when their data is being used and allowing them to opt out of targeted advertising.
  • House Bill 52 ensures all Kentuckians will have insurance coverage for any cancer screening, test or pre-diagnostic procedures.

 

Gov. Beshear has vetoed 27 bills, including:

  • House Bill 5 is an act relating to crimes and punishments. The Governor said that the bill has some positive components, such as requiring the destruction of firearms used in murders. Still, these policies were combined with many negative measures, including criminalizing homelessness and significantly increasing incarceration costs without any additional appropriation. See the Governor’s full veto message.
  • Senate Bill 349 establishes the Energy Planning and Inventory Commission that would be attached to the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research. Gov. Beshear said that the bill would place roadblocks that jeopardize economic growth. He also stated that numerous entities and organizations have expressed opposition. See the Governor’s full veto message.
  • Senate Bill 299 attempts to remove the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission and the Department of Charitable Gaming from the Public Protection Cabinet. The Governor said this bill would have unintended consequences on Kentucky’s horse racing, sports wagering and charitable gaming industries, including disrupting the positive rollout of sports wagering in the commonwealth, declassifying current Horse Racing Commission employees as state employees, causing them to lose job protections, possible fee increases for race tracks and exempting the new corporation from the Open Records Act. See the Governor’s full veto message.
  • House Bill 513 would strip the authority of the Historic Properties Advisory Commission over monuments and art in the State Capitol rotunda and give final approval to the General Assembly. Gov. Beshear said under this bill, the commission would have had no authority to have voted for removing of the Jefferson Davis statue, which stood as a negative symbol in the state Capitol. See the Governor’s full veto message.

 

Of the 27 bills the Governor vetoed, six were line-item vetoed, including House Bill 6. The Governor said that he line-item vetoed the parts of the bill that put limits on responding to natural disasters as well as the lines that limit the financial resources necessary to fight forest fires.

 

Team Kentucky All-Stars
Gov. Beshear and Lt. Gov. Coleman named everyone at KDVA as this week’s Team Kentucky All-Stars for winning the Abraham Lincoln Pillar of Excellence Award for the fourth year in a row.

 

“To everyone doing the fine work of supporting our veterans, we are naming you all this week’s Team Kentucky All-Stars,” said Lt. Gov. Coleman. “We also thank all our veterans and their family members. No matter the conflict, they have stood ready to sacrifice and protect our freedoms. We are forever grateful. They truly represent the best of Team Kentucky.”

 

Adair and Russell Smart Recovery Meetings

The Adair County Smart Recovery meetings, which were previously held on Wednesdays, have been moved to Thursdays at 8amCT at the Adair County Health Department, 801 Westlake Drive, Columbia, KY. Enter through the basement entrance.

SMART stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training. The program is a life-changing method of moving from addictive substances and negative behaviors to a life of positive self-regard and willingness to change.

The program was created as a way for people to overcome addictive problems through self-empowerment. Many people feel powerless and trapped within an addictive pattern. SMART helps them learn the skills they need to overcome their addictions.

The Russell County program continues to meet each Friday at NoonCT at the Russell County Health Department, 211 Fruit of the Loom Drive, Jamestown, KY. Enter through the Environmental Department side entrance. For more information for both counties, call 859-667-2292.

RSFD Responds to 2 Vehicle Accident with Minor Injuries

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Russell Springs Volunteer Fire Department Responds to Early Morning Two-Vehicle Accident on S Highway 127

Russell Springs, KY – April 10, 2024 – In the early hours of Wednesday morning, the Russell Springs Volunteer Fire Department (RSVFD) was dispatched to a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of S Highway 127 and Progress Dr. The accident, reported at approximately 5:06 AM, resulted in minor injuries to the involved parties. A total of 11 volunteer firefighters from the RSVFD were on the scene, providing services and ensuring the safety of all individuals involved. The team remained on site for around 45 minutes, working to manage the scene alongside other emergency services.The Russell Springs Police Department (RSPD) is currently leading the investigation. 

Support at the scene was bolstered by the Russell County Emergency Medical Services and the Jamestown Police Department, who provided essential assistance to ensure a coordinated response to the emergency.

Fire Chief Bobby Johnson expressed his gratitude, stating, "We are incredibly thankful for the dedication of our volunteer firefighters who responded to this early morning call. Their commitment to serving our community is commendable. I am also deeply appreciative of the support from all agencies involved."

CPD Arrests Tennessee Man for Stealing a Vehicle After he Crashes Into a Tree

 

The Columbia Police Department responded to Bridgeport Circle on Monday, April 8, 2024 after receiving a call of a vehicle striking a tree. 


Upon arrival, the vehicle operator was determined to be under the influence and was taken into custody. It was also found that the subject had attempted to take a vehicle from a residence before striking a tree.


Christian Blount, 27, of Madisonville Tennessee has been charged with numerous traffic charges as well as DUI (aggravated circumstances), theft by unlawful taking (automobile), disorderly conduct and criminal mischief. 


Officer Trent Williams was the arresting Officer. He was assisted on scene by Deputy Brandon Hitch. Columbia Fire also responded to scene. 
 

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