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Talks between Marcum, Singleton entered as evidence
Jailhouse conversations between Christina Marcum and Jason Singleton after his 2011 arrest in Pulaski County stemming from a stand-off with police were just one of several pieces of evidence presented Friday during Marcum’s murder trial.
Bluegrass artist Rutherford no longer forgotten
Brothers Forest and David Rutherford this weekend met for the first time.
And that comes after more than 36 years of Forest knowing little about his biological family — hardly anything about his parents, his siblings and distant relatives, and the roots of his lineage.
“I didn’t know any of my family until two years ago,” said Forest on Saturday. “This is absolutely overwhelming and surreal.”
Local man pleads guilty to kidnapping plot
A Somerset man accused of plotting last year to take a 16-year-old girl from her home and kill her family pleaded guilty to amended charges.
Steven Matthew Perry, 20, of North Ky. 1247, Somerset, appeared in Pulaski Circuit Court before Judge David A. Tapp Friday and pleaded guilty to one count of solicitation to commit kidnapping.
SWHS teacher making physics cool for students
Dr. Sheldon Cooper of “The Big Bang Theory” isn’t the only figure out there that’s helping to make physics cool.
Kyle Curry is doing a pretty good job of it right here in Somerset — and with startling results.
Somerset man arrested in Laurel following foot pursuit
A Somerset man was arrested in Laurel County Thursday after traffic stop that resulted in a short foot pursuit.
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