Somerset — The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office is asking for your assistance on a current investigation. Tuesday morning around 12:30 A.M. the sheriff's office responded to a home invasion on Valley Road in the Clifty community. The elderly victims were tied up using duct tape and robbed. The suspects were armed with a handgun and a baseball bat and were wearing camouflage clothing and masks. The suspect vehicle is a dark colored small pickup. We are asking anyone with information concerning this incident to contact the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office at 606-678-5145 or leave a tip on our webpage at pulaskisheriff.com. You can remain anonymous.
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Law targeted local board member
A local official currently serving on multiple boards capable of levying taxes could find herself having to resign from one of those entities due to a recently-passed law in Frankfort.
Pulaski gets small share of road money
Some $200 million worth of road-building projects in Pulaski County during the past decade likely is the reason this county got only a tiny share in the two-year road plan hammered out by the General Assembly during the session that adjourned late Tuesday.
Local firefighter dies from injuries suffered in fall at skating rink
The community’s move to rally around a local volunteer firefighter, nurse, and single mother injured while roller skating has taken on a more tragic note.
Rising lake levels are improving area fishing conditions
The rising level of Lake Cumberland is covering banks that have been bare for seven years and increasing habitat for game fish such as bass, bluegill and crappie.
Local man receives 12 1/2 years in DUI death of teen
An entire courtroom on Thursday was moved to tears by parents who spoke of the loss of their 19-year-old son during a sentencing for the man who pleaded guilty in his death.
City agencies dealing with gas leak
From the Somerset Police Department:If you use East University Drive between KY 1247 and KY 39 or live in the area, your drive may be affected by a gas pipeline leak.
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