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COLUMBIA NEWS RELEASE: FOOD TRUCKS COMING TO TOWN

 
Food trucks are coming to town. “We are planning a community event,” stated Columbia Mayor Pamela Hoots. “Food trucks will be setup similar to a food court offering different varieties of food. This will be an event that families can attend, socialize, and visit with their friends and neighbors.”
 
The food trucks will be set up in the city parking lot. The event is scheduled to provide a variety of food from vendors throughout the state. As a part of the event, a portion of proceeds will be dedicated toward improvement to help children and the elderly in our community.
 
The city is wanting to offer activities that families will be able to participate in. Entertainment will also be provided.
 
If you have a food truck, call city hall to reserve your spot. Places will be limited. “We are attempting to have a variety of food choices for the community,” said Mayor Hoots. If two food trucks serve the same items, the first to reserve will get the spot.
 
The event is tentatively scheduled for Friday, July 12, 2019. For further information, contact City Hall at 270-384-2501. You can talk with Ann Marie Austin, Rhonda Loy, Tiffany Collins, or Jada Atwood.
 

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SEVERE T-STORM WATCH FOR SOME KY COUNTIES

 
 
 
...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 PM EDT/8 PM CDT THIS EVENING FOR SEVERAL KY COUNTIES IN THE WAVE LISTENING AREA INCLUDING: CASEY, GREEN, MARION & TAYLOR...
 
Scattered to numerous thunderstorms this afternoon and evening could produce locally damaging winds, large hail, and brief torrential downpours. The best chance for storms, and the strongest storms, will be across southern Indiana and into central Kentucky.
 
DAYS TWO-SEVEN.... Monday-Saturday
Along a warm front, isolated thunderstorms are possible through mid-afternoon Monday across parts of south-central Indiana and north-central and east-central Kentucky, with brief heavy rainfall and gusty winds possible.
 
Another weather system could bring isolated thunderstorms Wednesday, with a better chance for thunderstorms, a few possible strong, on Thursday.
 
SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...
Spotters are encouraged to report instances of damaging wind and anysize hail to the National Weather Service in Louisville. 
 

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WEEKEND ARRESTS 05/26/19

 
  • Alan Leischner, 21, Columbia - arrested by KSP on Saturday for No Tail Lamps; Possession of a Controlled Substance, 1st degree (Methamphetamine); Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; Failure of Owner to Maintain Required Insurance; Improper Registration Plates; Failure to Display Hardship Driving Privileges Decal
  • Rodney Renfro, 58, Russell Springs - Operating a Boat or other Watercraft while Intoxicated; Failure to Illuminate or No Navigation Lights
  • Christopher Rowland, 20, Jamestown - arrested Saturday by JPD for Assault, 4th degree (Domestic Violence)
  • Joseph Martin, 44, Sadieville, KY - arrested Friday by the RCSO for DUI & Public Intoxication (excluding Alcohol)
  • Tony Burgin, 25, Louisville- arrested on Friday for Public Intoxication (excluding Alcohol)
  • Bryan Newman Tilford, 50, Louisville - arrested Friday for Public Intoxication (excluding Alcohol)
  • Bill G. Peterson, 53, Russell Springs - arrested Friday by RSPD for Failure to Appear; Parole Violation Warrant

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Lodged in the Russell County Jail.
 

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MISSING JAMESTOWN TEEN

 
The Jamestown Police Department is asking for your help in locating a missing juvenile.
 
Missing is 15-year-old Austin Passmore of Russell County. He is a white male, 5’6” tall, 150lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. Austin Passmore was last seen on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 as he ran from The Department of Social Services office in Jamestown. He was last seen wearing a tan shirt and blue jeans.
 
If you have information on the location of Austin Passmore, please call the Jamestown Police Department at 270-343-3300 or Russell County Dispatch at 270-343-6600.
 

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AREA ARRESTS - 05/24/19

 

  • Tabitha Blackwell, 28, Russell Springs - arrested by the RCSO on Thursday morning for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine); Possession of a Controlled Substance, 1st degree (Heroin); Burglary, 3rd degree; Promoting Contraband, 1st degree
  • Gale Meeks, 45, Jamestown - arrested by RSPD for Public Intoxication of a Controlled Substance, 1st degree (excludes alcohol)
  • Glen Vanderbilt, 55, Boston, KY - arrested Thursday night by JPD for DUI, 1st offense

Lodged in the Russell County Jail.

 

  • Chris Minton, 28, Burkesville - No Registration Plates, Failure to Maintain Insurance; DUI, 1st offense
  • Rebekah Jene Sallee, 27, Columbia - arrested Thursday afternoon by CPD for DUI; Operating on a Suspended or Revoked License; Leaving the Scene of an Accident

Lodged in the Adair County Regional Jail.

 

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ADAIR CO. OFFICES CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY

 
Adair County Judge Executive Gale Cowan’s office, Adair County Recycling Department, Adair County Road Department, Adair County PVA Landon Edward’s office, Adair County Sheriff Josh Brockman’s office, and Green River Animal Shelter will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2019 to celebrate Memorial Day. The Sheriff and Deputy’s will still be on patrol and available for emergency’s. They can be reached through Adair County 911.    
 

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2 INJURED IN 2-VEHICLE ACCIDENT IN CUMBERLAND CO.

 
Cumberland County, KY (May 23, 2019) – Detective Kenny Brown is investigating a 2-vehicle injury collision that occurred on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 at approximately 1:38pmCT, 10 miles east of Burkesville on KY 1880. Joseph Branham, age 27, of Burkesville, KY was operating a 2004 Chevy pickup truck when he pulled out of a private driveway into the path of a 2001 Nissan operated by 31-year-old Carrie Stearns of Burkesville, KY. Stearns and a 3-year-old juvenile passenger were transported to Cumberland County Hospital by EMS for treatment of minor injuries. Both drivers were wearing seatbelts and the juvenile was properly restrained in a child safety seat.
 

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ARRESTS 05/23/19

 
  • Nicholas Aaron Bray, 26, Jamestown - arrested Wednesday afternoon for Possession of a Controlled Substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine)
  • William M. Kelly, 40, Russell Springs - arrested Wednesday night for Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place, 1st & 2nd offense; Disorderly Conduct, 1st degree; Menacing
  • Sandra Kellam, 32, Russell Springs - arrested Wednesday night by KSP for Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place, 1st & 2nd offense; Disorderly Conduct, 1st degree; Menacing; Resisting Arrest

 

Lodged in the Russell Co. Detention Center
 

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EMERGENCY ROAD AID FUNDS ANNOUNCED FOR FLOOD REPAIRS IN RUSSELL CO.

 
Somerset, Ky. (May 17, 2019) - The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has announced that $22,182 in County Road Aid emergency funds will be used for flood repairs on Little Indian Drive, Logan Antle Road and Riverview Drive in Russell County. 
 
“The Bevin administration is committed to the Cabinet’s mission of providing a safe, reliable transportation network for all Kentuckians,” said KYTC Secretary Greg Thomas. “These emergency funds will help repair and restore damaged infrastructure throughout this community.”
 
The Russell County Fiscal Court is responsible for administering the work. 
 

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ADAIR CO. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING RECAP

 

The Adair Co. School Board met on Tuesday evening. Jim Leib has details.....

 

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AREA ARRESTS 05/22/19

 
  • Joseph Trumpis, 40, Columbia - arrested this morning (Wednesday) by the ACSO for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance, 1st degree, 2nd or greater offense (less than 2 grams of Methamphetamine)

 

  • Charlie Bybee, 37, Columbia - arrested by KSP on Tuesday night for Theft by Unlawful Taking or Disposition (Shoplifting) over $500.

 

  • Stephanie Robinson, 38, Burkesville - arrested on Tuesday afternoon by BPD and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine)

 

Trumpis, Bybee & Robinson were lodged in the Adair County Regional Jail.

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TENNESSEE MAN DEAD FOLLOWING CRASH ON CUMBERLAND PARKWAY

 
The name of the driver killed in a crash on the Louie B. Nunn (Cumberland Parkway) in Russell County has been released.
 
The 2-vehicle accident occurred 4 miles east of Russell Springs at 4:00pmCT on Monday, May 20, 2019. Billy Wilson, age 39, of Pleasant Plain, Ohio was operating a 2008 Nissan car traveling west on the Cumberland Parkway and collided with a 2013 Chevy Suburban that was traveling east, being driven by 52-year-old Christopher Kamerun Mcnnane of Nashville, TN who died from injuries sustained in the crash. 
 
Wilson was arrested for DUI and lodged in the Russell County Jail. Additional charges may be forthcoming. A female and 2 juvenile passengers with Billy Wilson sustained only minor injuries.
 
The deadly crash blocked the eastbound lanes for several hours. Russell County Deputy Nathan Ginn is investigating the accident.
 

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COLUMBIA POLICE DEPT. HAS NEW RADAR UNITS

 
In an effort to continue to promote safety and security for all residents of the community, the City of Columbia installed radar in all police vehicles during the first quarter of this year. 
 
“This is the first time in over 20 years that the city police has had radar units,” said Chief Jason Cross with the Columbia City Police Department. He noted that the units were procured with funding that the city receives from the alcohol beverage tax.
 
During the past 5 weeks, close to 60 citations have been written by the department with speeding. “We have had officers say that some are going 80 to over 90 miles an hour on the bypass,” said Mayor Pamela Hoots. “We originally started the process with courtesy notices; but, citations are being written by officers. We are trying to encourage drivers to slow down.”
 
Chief Cross notes that safety is the primary concern of the local police. “We want to ensure that our residents are safe on the roadways and in their homes in our town.”
 

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2-VEHICLE CRASH INJURES 2 IN CAMPBELLSVILLE; 1 DRIVER CHARGED WITH DUI

 

On Monday, May 20, 2019 at 3:18pmET, the Campbellsville Police Department responded to an automobile collision with injuries at the intersection of East Broadway and Lebanon Avenue. A Taylor Co. woman was charged with DUI following the accident.

 

A 2008 Cadillac Escalade, operated by 51 year old Bridget Jones of Campbellsville, KY collided with a 2014 Chevrolet Equinox, operated by 25-year-old Carla Delgado. As a result of the impact, the Delgado vehicle rolled over on its side. 

 

Delgado and Jones were both transported to Taylor Regional Hospital for treatment of possible injuries. Bridget Jones was charged with DUI.

 

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RUSSELL CO. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING RECAP

 

The Russell Co. School Board met on Monday evening. Jim Leib has details....

 

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PRIMARY ELECTION DAY 2019

 
It's Primary Election Day in Kentucky. On the ballot are races for governor, secretary of state, attorney general, commissioner of agriculture, state treasurer and auditor of public accounts.
 
According to the secretary of state’s office, approx. 12.5 percent of registered voters are projected to cast ballots today in Kentucky.
 
Polls will be open until 6:00 pm local time. 
 

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AREA ARRESTS 05/21/19

 
Area arrests on Monday include:
 
  • Paul Daniel Wilcher, 38, Jamestown - arrested Monday afternoon by Kentucky Park Rangers for DUI and No Seatbelt
  • Billy Wilson, 39, Pleasant Plain, Ohio - arrested on Monday night by RCSO for DUI
  • Justin Weddle, 34, Russell Springs - arrested Monday night by the RSPD for Fleeing or Evading Police, 2nd degree (on foot); and Contempt of Court
  • Kolby Scott Conner, 21, Russell Springs - arrested Monday by the RCSO for Public Intoxication of a Controlled Substance (excludes alcohol) 

 

Lodged in the Russell County Detention Center
 
  • Robert Nichols, 67, Columbia - arrested Monday night by CPD for Assault, 4th degree (Child Abuse)
  • Alfred James Creselious, 33, Burkesville - arrested on Monday by BPD for Operating on a Suspended or Revoked Operator's License; and Possession of a Controlled Substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine)

 

Lodged in the Adair County Regional Jail.
 

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FATAL CRASH ON CUMBERLAND PARKWAY MON. AFTERNOON

 
The Louie B. Nunn (Cumberland Parkway) in Russell County was closed for several hours on Monday afternoon following a deadly crash.
 
The 2-vehicle accident occurred 4 miles east of Russell Springs at approx. 4:00pmCT. 39-year-old Billy Wilson of Pleasant Plain, Ohio was operating a 2008 Nissan car traveling west on the Cumberland Parkway and collided with a 2013 Chevy Suburban that was traveling east. The driver of the Suburban died from injuries sustained in the crash. The name of the driver has not been released pending notification of family members. 
 
Wilson was arrested for DUI and lodged in the Russell County Jail. Additional charges may be forthcoming. A female and 2 juvenile passengers with Billy Wilson sustained only minor injuries.
 
The deadly crash blocked the eastbound lanes for several hours. Russell County Deputy Nathan Ginn is investigating the accident.
 

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COLUMBIA ZONING BOARD TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARING MAY 30

 
The City of Columbia Planning and Zoning Board will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 6 p.m. in Columbia City Hall.
 
The purpose of the Public Hearing is to consider the following:
 
  1. Request for zone change from R2 Low-Moderate Density Residential to C2 Highway Oriented Commercial for a lot located at 511 Burkesville Street (PVA Map No. 000-05 05-004.00). The purpose is to re-locate an auto sales business. Property owned by Dustin Brockman.

 

The hearing is open to the public.
 

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WARM WEATHER BRINGS SEASON HOME REPAIR SCAMMERS

 
FRANKFORT, Ky. (May 20, 2019) – With temperatures on the rise, Attorney General Andy Beshear is asking Kentuckians to use caution when hiring door-to-door contractors that promise too-good-to-be-true deals. Beshear says those “deals” can quickly turn into home improvement scams.
 
Over the past two years, Beshear’s office has received nearly 400 home repair scam complaints from Kentuckians in 25 counties, including Boone, Caldwell, Fayette, Franklin, Grayson, Jefferson, McCracken, Shelby and Warren Counties.
 
Fly-by-night businesses and door-to-door scam contractors take advantage of the home repair season by guaranteeing low prices and requesting upfront payment. But those contractors provide low-quality work or never complete the work, Beshear said, and sometimes demand thousands more than the agreed upon price.   
 
Last week, Beshear’s office recovered $7,000 for a Marshall County resident who was quoted a low price and then overcharged for gravel work once the job was completed.
 
“Often saying they are working in your neighborhood, scam contractors offer ‘special deals’ on home improvement services that usually end with Kentucky families losing their hard-earned money,” Beshear said. “Kentuckians should never agree to a ‘today-only’ deal and should always check references and receive multiple estimates before signing a contract.”
 
According to Bruce Gadansky, chief operating officer for the Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Louisville, southern Indiana and western Kentucky, state residents should use trusted local contractors.   
 
“They’ll tell you they just happen to be in the neighborhood sealing driveways, or repairing roofs and they’ll give you a too-good-to-be-true price to do shoddy work and then attempt to charge you three times as much as they quoted,” Gadansky said. “If they come knocking on your door, no matter how much they want in, do not let them into your home. Use local contractors established in your community, those who work and live where you do. Check out your prospective contractor at bbb.org or call your local BBB.”
 
In addition to remodels and home improvements, the second most frequently reported scam involves roofing contractors. 
 
Beshear said not all door-to-door salespersons are scammers, but Kentuckians should exercise caution. Before committing to a door-to-door sales pitch, take time to follow these tips:
 
  • Be wary of a low price quote - If you receive an unusually low price quote, be suspicious. Before you complete any large home improvement project, consider getting multiple quotes from different contractors.
  • Verify and check online reviews - Verify that the contractor or business is registered to do business in Kentucky, also check business licensing requirements with your city or county government. Verify online reviews through the BBB, and ask for ID and contact previous customer references. 
  • Avoid upfront payment - If a contractor asks for upfront payment for a small home improvement job, this should trigger a red flag. Often times, very large projects require some type of upfront payment, but only after the contractor is properly screened and a guarantee contract is signed.
  • Do not fall for high-pressure tactics - Do not rush into making a decision. Tell the salesperson you need to discuss with your family, or you are not interested. Ensure any agreement is in writing and tell the salesperson you will review the agreement and get back in contact with them.

 

One of Beshear’s top priorities is to protect Kentuckians, especially senior citizens from scams, abuse and exploitation. Beshear said the best way to stay ahead of con artists is to be aware of new and trending scams by signing up to receive Scam Alerts from the Office of the Attorney General.
 
Scam Alerts provide Kentuckians a direct alert, including tips on how to avoid scams reported in Kentucky. To enroll, text the words KYOAG Scam to GOV311 (468311), or enroll online at ag.ky.gov/scams and select text message or email alert.
 
To report a scam contact the Attorney General’s Office at 888-432-9257 and file a complaint online: https://ag.ky.gov/consumer-protection/complaints/Pages/default.aspx.
 
When Kentuckians fall victim to scams and bad business practices, Beshear’s Office of Senior Protection is there to help them recover. Beshear’s administration has returned more than $2 million to Kentuckians, averaging nearly $2,600 a day back in the pockets of Kentucky families.
 

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ACHS CLASS OF 2019 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES MAY 24

 
The Adair County High School Class of 2019 will hold its commencement exercises on Friday, May 24, 2019 at 7:00pmCT at the John Burr Memorial Gymnasium (526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY). Each senior who is participating in the graduation ceremony has been given 2 tickets for early entry. Ticket holders may enter the gym at 5:30pmCT. The general public may enter at 6:00pmCT. The lower two rows on each side of the gymnasium have been designated as handicapped seating and is available on a first come, first serve basis. Accommodations will be provided for those in wheelchairs. 
 
The class of 2019 is made up of 175 students. 86 students in the class have achieved a Latin honor academic recognition. 18 students have earned a Suma Cum Laude designation (weighted GPA of 4.0 or greater), 24 students have earned a Magna Cum Laude designation (weighted GPA of 3.5 to 3.99), and 44 students have earned a Cum Laude designation (weighted GPA of 3.0 to 3.49). Seniors will also be wearing zipper pulls that denote academic and technical readiness. 49 students have met both academic and technical readiness benchmarks, 34 students have met academic ready benchmarks, and 48 students have met career readiness benchmarks. 
 
Special music will be performed by the ACHS Band and the ACHS Choir. Colors will be presented by the ACHS Cadet Corps. The motto for the Class of 2019 is, "Our lives are before us, our pasts are behind us, but our memories are forever with us.” The class chose I’ll Always Remember You by Hannah Montana as the class song, the Peace Lily as the class flower, and red, white, and blue as the class colors. 
 

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AREA ARRESTS 05/20/19

 
  • William Chumbley, 43, Russell Springs - arrested Sunday night by the RSPD for Possession of a Controlled Substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine); Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; Possession of a Controlled Substance, 2nd degree (Drug Unspecified); and Contempt of Court
  • Ronnie Hall, 50, Nancy, KY - arrested by KSP on Saturday afternoon for Operating on a Suspended or Revoked Operators License; Failure to Notify the Dept. of Transportation of Address Change; No License in Possession; and served 2 Bench Warrants for Court
  • Courtney Gray, 26, Russell Springs, KY - arrested by the RCSO on Saturday evening for Fleeing or Evading Police (on foot); Receiving Stolen Property Under $500; Failure to Appear; and Probation Violation (for Felony Offense)
  • Alicen Garrett, 24, Livingston, TN - arrested by RSPD early Sunday morning for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (Less then 2 grams of Methamphetamine); and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

 

Lodged in the Russell County Detention Center
 
 
  • Nicholas Murray, 35, Columbia, KY - arrested Friday afternon by the ACSO for Possession of a Controlled Substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine); and served 3 Bench Warrants for Court
  • Tammy M. Jones, 42, Burkesville, KY - arrested Friday by the CCSO for Criminal Trespassing, 1st degree; and Resisting Arrest
  • Jimmy Webb, 52, Burkesville - arrested Sunday night by BPD for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine); Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; & DUI

 

Lodged in the Adair County Regional Jail.
 

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KY AG'S OFFICE URGES CITIZENS TO REPORT VOTING IRREGULARITIES TO ELECTION LAW VIOLATIONS HOTLINE

 
FRANKFORT, KY. (May 15, 2019) - The Attorney General’s office is urging Kentuckians to report any violations of Kentucky’s election laws to his office’s Election Law Violations Hotline. 
 
As the primary election approaches, the Office of the Attorney General’s hotline – available during regular business hours throughout the year – opens at 6 a.m. and closes at 7 p.m. Eastern time on Election Day. Kentuckians who witness election irregularities or possible election law violations are encouraged to call it at 800-328-VOTE (8683). 
 
“Voters have the right to cast their ballots free of interference or intimidation,” said Deputy Attorney General J. Michael Brown. “Anyone with information about potential violations of election law should call our hotline. We will investigate each and every complaint to ensure a fair and honest election in the Commonwealth.”
 
By law, the Office of the Attorney General has jurisdiction to investigate and prosecute election law violations. In addition to the hotline, investigators from the office are stationed throughout the state on election day to respond to complaints quickly.
 
The Attorney General’s office coordinates election monitoring with the State Board of Elections, the Secretary of State’s office, Kentucky State Police, the U.S. Attorney’s office and the FBI. OAG staff review complaints and, when appropriate, refers them for further action.
 
Updates of complaints to the hotline during Tuesday’s primary election will be available to the public and media on the website and through the office’s social media. The web page will also provide the number and types of complaints received on the hotline leading up to the election. 
 
The Office of the Attorney General, by law, cannot provide details regarding specific complaints or pending investigations.
 
Kentucky law requires the Office of the Attorney General to conduct post-election audits in no fewer than 5 percent of Kentucky’s counties after each primary and general election.
 
Recently concluded post-2018 general election audits of Breathitt, Grayson, Greenup, McCreary, Washington, Webster counties showed no potential criminal activity.
 
Following the public drawing in November, the Department of Criminal Investigations Public Integrity Unit verified election forms and interviewed county officials as part of the audits. The unit investigates numerous areas of potential corruption, including election fraud.
 
The Special Prosecutions Unit, which investigates and prosecutes election law violations, then presented the audit findings to respective grand juries.
 
The office reminds members of the news media covering the election that they may be in the voting room for the limited purpose of filming the voting process. However, as per OAG 88-76, the media may not conduct interviews with voters inside the voting room, record the identity of voters or disrupt the voting process. See KRS 117.236.
 

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ORGAN DONATION REGISTRY HAS OVER 2 MILLION REGISTRANTS

 
Trust For Life, the charitable arm of the Kentucky Association of Circuit Court Clerks, announced that the Commonwealth’s Organ Donation Registry now has over two million registrants. This is a major milestone for the nonprofit and its partner organizations, all of which support the lifesaving mission of organ, eye and tissue donation and education. 
 
The announcement comes on the heels of the passage of Kentucky Senate Bill 77 that Governor Matt Bevin signed into law this past March and which expands the state’s organ and tissue donor registration for its single sign-on system starting next January 1. The first of its kind in the nation, the new system will give Kentuckians the option of registering as organ donors when they log on to the Kentucky Online Gateway website at http://bit.ly/kyonlinegateway. KOG is a repository for state services, that will greatly be assisting the current Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ driver’s license program.
 
Everyone can register as a donor by saying “yes” at your Circuit Court Clerk’s office or going online to http://www.donatelifeky.org. There are no age limits or health requirements, everyone can register as a donor.
 
 

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