Join McDonald’s new team; taking applications Nov. 28 and 29 PDF Print E-mail

Applications for full-time and part-time jobs at the new McDonald’s will again be accepted in person and by e-mail on Monday and Tuesday, November 28 and 29.

Community Foundation welcomes three new members to its Board of Directors PDF Print E-mail

The Scott County Community Foundation has welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors, announced chairman Joe Wolf. Pat Bridge, Barbara Broady and Lisa Conder all begin their three-year term in October.
Pat has been employed for AFLAC for 32 years. She is a member of First Christian Church and enjoys painting and traveling. She has one daughter, Pamela (Roger) Mosley; four grandchildren, Ryan Payne, Eric Payne, Laura Cox and Alan Mosley; and nine great-grandchildren.

Motion by Petty’s attorneys allowed; murder trial reset for April 16 PDF Print E-mail

A motion filed Tuesday, November 15, by the public defender attorneys representing accused killer Robert “Bobby” F. Petty has been approved and has caused the impending trial to be rescheduled for April 16, 2012.Petty, who is charged in the death of his ex-wife, Nina Rae Keown, was scheduled to go on trial in Scott Circuit Court on Monday, November 28. Approximately 150 prospective jurors had already been notified that a jury was to be selected from their pool starting that day.

Nobody hurt, but recent I-65 accidents harrowing for drivers involved PDF Print E-mail

Two recent accidents on Interstate 65 in Scott County resulted in no injuries, thank goodness, but will probably be recounted by the drivers involved for years.

Seeking information on fires in Lexington PDF Print E-mail

The community of Lexington has been the site of arsonist activities according to Lexington Volunteer Fire Department Captain Danny Basham.

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