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Accused killer’s status hearing delayed
A status hearing for Kenneth Allen Keith, accused of killing three people in a Danville business in September 2013, has been delayed.
Keith, 48, of Burnside, is accused of shooting and killing Michael Hockensmith, 35, Angela Hockensmith, 38, and Daniel P. Smith, 60, in a Sept. 20 incident in Danville.
Kentucky dubbed ‘houseboat capital’ by lawmakers
Lake Cumberland’s rising waters and reputation as a “Houseboat Lake” no doubt were inspiration for Kentucky Sen. Chris Girdler’s resolution naming Kentucky the “Houseboat Capital of the World.” The resolution was adopted recently by the Kentucky Senate, making the title official.
The houseboat designation made national news. A story and photographs about Kentucky’s houseboat industry and Somerset being the birthplace of houseboat construction were published online March 27 by Houseboat Magazine, a Harris Publishing Store publication based in Idaho Falls, ID. Houseboat Magazine will host National Houseboat Expo 2014 June 6-8 at State Dock Marina on Lake Cumberland.
Flowing fountain downtown a sure sign of Spring
By the time you read this, Somerset’s magnificent fountain, the centerpiece of Fountain Square, should be flowing for the 2014 season.
“We hope to have it flowing by the end of today,” Tiffany Bourne, community development director for Pulaski County, said at midafternoon yesterday.
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