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Speck will focus on drug activity
The sheriff-elect of Pulaski County says organization of his department hopefully will put more deputies on patrol and welcome Kentucky State Police troopers back to the county in greater numbers. He said eliminating drug traffic will be his No. 1 priority.
Three people charged after heroin found at home
Three people were arrested after investigators allegedly found more than $1,000 in heroin at a Somerset home.
Eubank man files for Pulaski school board seat
A Eubank man has filed for the Division 3 seat on the Pulaski County Board of Education.William Minton Todd will face Cindy Price at the November 4 general election. Price, currently serving as chair of the county school board, had not filed a Petition of Election as of Thursday morning but there is more than a month before the August 12 filing deadline.
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Man found dead suffered severe injuries
Initial autopsy results show a man who was found dead this week beside a rural highway suffered severe injuries.
Counting Crows, strong supporting cast set for MMF
Sure, there may be that featured attraction at this weekend’s Master Musicians Festival that everybody’s talking about.But there are 12 acts — plus a few more familiar local names to boot — scheduled to play the MMF stage, and only one of them is named Counting Crows.
City’s gas pumps open July 19
Somerset will officially open gasoline pumps to the public Saturday, July 19 at City of Somerset Fuel Center located off Clifty Road at 244 Chappells Dairy Road, Mayor Eddie Girdler said Thursday.
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