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Boil Water Advisory

There will be a boil water advisory on Shepard Drive, Village Drive, Rose Street, area and down Old Columbia Road and including all roads off Old Columbia, this will be until further notice.

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Go Or No Go Report Sunday, December 18th

The following churches have cancelled services this morning… Jamestown Community Church Liberty Baptist Church ( The Living Christmas Tree will still take place this evening) Jamestown Church of Christ Temple Hill Community Church ( The Christmas Program that was scheduled for this morning has been moved to 4 this afternoon) ...

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Two Men Were Charged With Methamphetamine Possession Thursday In Russell County

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24-year-old Corey Stone, of Columbia and 29-year-old Johnny Brandt, of Jamestown, were arrested at 10:32 p.m. Thursday following a traffic stop. Stone was charged with No Registration Receipt, Improper Registration Plate, Failure of owner to maintain required Insurance, License to be in Possession, Possession of Controlled Substance 1st Degree (Meth), ...

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Cram The Cruiser

The Kentucky State Police announced that the seventh annual Cram the Cruiser food drive gathered nearly 170 tons of food to help Kentucky families. The program started in 2010 to assist needy families in local post and region areas. Since then, over one million pounds of food has been donated ...

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State Trooper Was Recognized Recently

Trooper Adam Likins has been recognized by the Casey County Emergency Medical Service for “service to the community that was above and beyond the call of duty”, according to EMS Director, Malcom Miller. Miller stated that on June 25th, 2016 Trooper Likins responded with EMS to a call of a ...

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Jamestown City Council

(Photo courtesy of Mike Scales) Last night was long Jamestown City Council member Marcellene Taylor’s last meeting and a special celebration was held honoring her for her dedication and hard work for the city. Jamestown Mayor Nick Shearer told WJRS News everyone involved in public service should aspire to be ...

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