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Only Two Days Remain for the Home Heating Assistance Program

Today (Thursday) will be for the last names of the head of the household that start with XYZ, then Friday which will be the last day of taking applications, will be an open date for anyone that had missed their scheduled day. Terri Cromwell of the Community Action Agency reminds ...

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Boil Water Advisory

A Boil Water Advisory has been issued in the area of East Highway 80 from 76 and 80 intersection down to the county line and the roads off that which were our of water due to a waterline tie-in being done at the Fonthill area where the new road is ...

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One Person Injured in a Two Vehicle Accident Wednesday Morning


Jamestown Police investigated a two vehicle accident early (Wednesday) this morning which injured one person. The accident occurred just after 6:30 am. on North Main Street, inside the city limits. According to Jamestown Officer Jeremy England, 79 year old Dale Coe of Jamestown, was operating a 1999 Dodge Pick-up, rear ...

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Pedestrian was Struck by a Pickup Monday Evening


The incident occurred on 127 at the junction of 619. According to Officer Nathan Bradshaw with the Russell Springs Police Department, 58-year-old James Thomas Williams from Selina, Tennessee was crossing 127 in front of Arby’s, when he was struck by a 1992 Chevy Pick-up operated by 35-year-old Johnson McElroy of ...

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One Person Flown Out after a Two Vehicle Accident Monday


The accident occurred at the junction of 127 and Cade Road, just after 3:00 pm. According to Officer Nathan Bradshaw, Breanna Wheat, age 22, of Columbia was operating a 2016 Nissan north on 127, when she ran into a 2004 Expedition operated by 40-year-old, Alisha Johnson, who had stopped and ...

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KET Recently Done a Special on the Local Smoking Cessation Program

The program is offered by the local Hospital and Health Department. Teresa Spaw shared with WJRS News details about the program. Spaw encourages anyone looking to kick the habit to take part in the local classes.

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