Pulaski County Sheriff’s Deputy Steven Molen’s civil rights case may have ended quietly, thanks to a plea agreement drawn up by both parties. But one federal judge made known his concerns that justice was not served in the case.
Following a delay on Friday, it looks like the next step forward in the city’s ongoing legal battle with the Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) won’t come until 2014.
Rodney Dick, an employee of the Pulaski County Road Department for 25 years and a farmer in the Nancy community, is the third candidate to file for jailer, hoping to unseat incumbent Mike Harris.
City officials are thinking that Somerset’s recreation center may be starting to outgrow itself.
Time is running out to help make Christmas a little better this year for certain young boys and girls in Pulaski County.
It may seem like the massive storm system moving through the area could ruin the weekend’s upcoming holiday events, but that isn’t the case.
The last several days, complete with temperatures in the mid-60s, were a nice break from wintry temperatures, but it’s all about to end.
The massive cold front that sent temperatures plunging across the Midwest has parked itself directly over eastern Kentucky, and it intends to hang around for a bit.
“It’s a great time for Somerset,” proclaimed Somerset Mayor Eddie Girdler. “If you hear we’re going broke, don’t believe it. The city had $20 million in the bank last week.”