Gold Card initiative provides post-9/11 era veterans with priority services
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Nearly 6,000 veterans residing in Kentucky will be eligible to receive priority employment services through a new Gold Card initiative. The program is made available by the U.S. Department of Labor through Kentucky’s Office of Employment and Training (OET). The Gold Card provides unemployed post-9/11 era veterans with job search services for up to six months to help them succeed in today's job market.
(Hazard, Ky.) On February 13, 2012 at approximately 12:45 a.m. Kentucky State Police in Hazard received a 911 call that an armed robbery had occurred at the Isom Double Kwik in the Isom community of Letcher County.
Bookings By Date Booking # Detainee Name Class Sex Race Original Book DOB Date/Time Arresting Officer Release Date/Time 2009006054 ABNER, BARBARA CLAY M W 11/18/1974 02/10/2012 21:11 FELTNER 02/10/2012 22:18 2009006055 ABNER, BARBARA ANN CLAY F W 11/18/1974 02/10/2012 21:22 FELTNER
Bookings By Date
Booking # Detainee Name Class Sex Race Original Book DOB Date/Time Arresting Officer Release Date/Time
2009006054 ABNER, BARBARA CLAY M W 11/18/1974 02/10/2012 21:11 FELTNER 02/10/2012 22:18
2009006055 ABNER, BARBARA ANN CLAY F W 11/18/1974 02/10/2012 21:22 FELTNER
(Richmond, KY) -- Captain Lisa Rudzinski, Post Commander of the Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post is reporting the following activity for the month of January, 2012.
Sheriff John Root is reporting that Laurel Sheriff’s Deputy Robbie Grimes is conducting a death investigation regarding a 4 wheeler accident that occurred approx. 4:54 P.M. on Monday afternoon (2-13-2012), 4 miles south of London off Pine Grove School Road, approx. ¼ mile back in a wooded area.
CORBIN, KY — Mackenzie Walden, a seventh-grader at Corbin Middle School, won a contest to design the T-shirts that will be given to thousands of volunteers during PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month in April. She is the daughter of Leigh and Lonnie Walden.
Mackenzie Walden accepted the PRIDE Volunteer of the Month Award from Congressman Hal Rogers. On the right is her artwork, which won the contest to design the 2012 PRIDE Spring Cleanup T-shirts. On the left is one of the T-shirts, which will be given to thousands of volunteers who pick up litter in April.
(FRANKFORT, KY) – Preliminary statistics* indicate that three people died in three separate crashes on Kentucky roadways from Monday, Feb. 6, through Sunday, Feb. 12, 2012.
Sheriff John D Pickard, Deputy Eubanks, Barbourville City Police and Kentucky State Police responded to a complaint of an active meth lab cooking at Fullmoon Court next to the children’s home in Barbourville on 02-12-2012 at approximately 1:26 am.
Sheriff John Pickard reports that On 02/09/2012 at 10:20, Irene Hubbard, owner of Tiny Treasures Day Care on KY 1304 was more than just a daycare provider.