Clark County Sheriff announces inaugural “Hero’s Camp” PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 May 2016 07:51

Noel says summer initiative is part of larger approach to
Community Policing

Recently, Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel announced that the Clark County Sheriff’s Office would host the inaugural class this year of an annual “Hero’s Camp” during the summer for  Clark County students in grades 3 through 8. Participants will be provided with the opportunity to experience new activities, learn new skills, make new friends and have fun.

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Teen shot in Floyd hunting accident PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 May 2016 07:50

Floyd County Sheriff Frank Loop reported on Sunday, April 24 at 11:17 a.m. his department responded to a call of a jubenile shot in the chect on the 6,200 block of State Road 62.

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Clark County arrest list through April 29 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 May 2016 07:48

The following arrests were made last week in Clark County.
Those who are only being charged at this point and are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
The list was provided by the Clark County Sheriff’s Department.

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Floyd County arrest list through May 2 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 May 2016 07:47

The following arrests were made last week by law enforcement agencies in Floyd County.
The list was provided by the Floyd County Sheriff’s Department.
Individuals who were arrested have just been charged and are innoncent of the listed charges they are proven guilty in a court of law.

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May 9 first rabies prevention clinic for cats, dogs at Hardy Lake shelter house PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 03 May 2016 11:39

 

 

Any pet owner can obtained a low-cost rabies vaccination for his animal during the series of rabies prevention clinics scheduled in Scott County starting Monday, May 9.

Dogs and cats can be taken to any of the following clinics and be immunized against the fatal disease for a cost of $11 per animal. Clinics planned will operate starting at 7:30 p.m. at the designated sites. Those include:

Monday, May 9: Hardy Lake shelter house overlooking the beach.

•Tuesday, May 10: Bethel Baptist Church, 3816 West Leota Road, Leota.

•Wednesday, May 11: Behind Austin Upper Elementary School at covered walkway near the Rigel Gym, U.S. Highway 31 South, Austin.

•Thursday, May 12: Lexington Volunteer Fire Department, 8060 East Main Street (State Road 356).

•Tuesday, May 17: Scott County Animal Shelter at the corner of North Fourth and Montgomery Streets, Scottsburg.

•Wednesday, May 18: Vienna Volunteer Fire Department, 375 S.R. 356, Vienna.

All dogs and cats three months or older which are immunized will receive a tag and certificate of vaccination.

The clinics are being sponsored by the Scott County Health Department with the cooperation of the Sheriff's Department, City of Scottsburg and City of Austin.

By vaccinating their pets, owners are observing the 1961 legislative act making it unlawful to harbor a dog or cat which is not immunized against rabies.

This law also requires pet owners to keep their dogs and cats confined or under their direct control. The law further makes it punishable by fine for anyone to willfully abandon any dog or cat on a public highway or on the property of others.

Dogs and cats found running at large in Scott County may be picked up and taken to the Animal Shelter in Scottsburg at any time as directed in Scott County Ordinance 1955-5.

 

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