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OPD Having CAC Rally Saturday

04/18/14 02:23 PM
The Owensboro Police Department is pleased to announce the 2nd Children’s Advocacy Center of Green River District benefit rally, which is scheduled for Saturday, April 19. The purpose of this event is to increase awareness of child sexual abuse and help offset the cost of care that is provided to these helpless victims.

Hal Miller Dies at 90

04/18/14 02:16 PM
Local businessman Hal Miller has passed away. His family confirmed to the Messenger-Inquirer that he died Friday at the age of 90. Miller had owned the Windy Hollow Restaurant on KY 81, which contained his museum of cowboy and World War II items.

City Utility Board Approves New Water Increase

04/18/14 01:52 PM
The City Utility Board, which governs OMU, approved another recommendation to raise water rates for customers after its first proposals were rejected by the Owensboro City Commission. A recommendation was approved Thursday to increse the average household bill by $2.08 a month in June of this year, and another $1.84 next June.

Christmas Lake Village Fire Kills 1

04/18/14 01:45 PM
One person has died and another is injured after a house fire Friday morning in Santa Claus. According to media partner 14News, Spencer County dispatch reported a home at 911 South Snow Ball Lane in Christmas Lake Village was fully engulfed in flames when firefighters got there around 6:30am.

Sazerac Building Distribution Center

04/17/14 11:04 AM
A New Orleans-based company plans to build a 223,000-square-foot distribution center on U.S. 60 East near Glenmore Distillery. According to the Messenger-Inquirer, Sazerac Co. will break ground later this month on a $45 million center later this month.

Special Session May Be Called For Heroin Bill

04/17/14 11:00 AM
A special session of the Kentucky General Assembly might be needed after all. Governor Steve Beshear is deciding whether lawmakers need to look at a bill regarding penalties for heroin use. A bill that would set stiffer penalties for heroin dealers didn't make it to the House floor because other bills took priority and the session ended at midnight Tuesday night.

Muhlenberg Man Arrested After Traffic Stop

04/17/14 10:58 AM
A Muhlenberg County man was arrested Wednesday on several charges, after an attempted traffic stop. According to media partner 14News, the Sheriff's Office received a call about an unwanted person at a residence in Drakesboro. Deputies arrived to see the suspect, Zackery Stephens, fleeing in a red Pontiac.

DCPS Celebrating Volunteers

04/17/14 10:56 AM
The Daviess County Public Schools district is celebrating National Public School Volunteer Week (April 21-25) with a variety of activities to demonstrate appreciation for the important services provided by parents and members of the community. During the 2012-2013 school year, which is the most recent year for which figures are available, volunteers recorded 59,737 hours of service in DCPS

War On Potholes About To Begin

04/17/14 10:54 AM
Frequent freezing and thawing cycles experienced during the winter months results in cracks in streets that allows water to seep under the road surface. Street expansion associated with freezing followed by street contraction associated with thawing causes potholes.

KY General Assembly Session Ends

04/16/14 01:18 PM
The 2014 general assembly ended Tuesday night with a mixed bag of results. In the session's closing moments, House members were unable to pass a Senate bill that would have cracked down harder on heroin dealers and better cared for addicts.

Whitesville Lions Club helps out Wendell Foster Center

All for a great cause!

Your chance to win $5000 is inside!

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Get your tickets to the Juleps and Jockeys Fundraiser!

Celebrate the Kentucky Derby in style! 

Brescia University presents "Empty Bowls" Fundraiser

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Masonville Fire Department hosting Fundraiser

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English Reunion Festival Car Show

2014 English Reunion Festival Car Show Saturday, May 10th, 2014   East 5th Street and Main Street in Downtown Old English, Indiana 47118 Registration:  10am-1pm, Awards at 3:00pm (Eastern Time)   Registration Fee: $15 Day of Show

Sign up now to RUN FOR YOUR MOTHER!

“RUN FOR YOUR MOTHER” 5K!!! is fun run/walk 5K will be held on Mother’s Day morning beginning at 8:00 a.m.  in front of Perry County Visitor’s Center! You will be running/walking in honor of your mother!  What

Mount Saint Joseph Academy hosting reunion

Anyone who attended Mount Saint Joseph Academy or Junior College is invited back for Alumnae Weekend on May 17-18 at Maple Mount, Ky. The event begins at noon on Saturday and includes a memory room, the Mount Saint Josep
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