Today's News

  • GCA boys cruise on senior night to a 81-67 win over Somerset

    After a tough road loss in Louisville on Friday night, the Galilean Eagles hosted Somerset Christian for senior night on Monday.

    The last time these two teams met, it was a blowout at Somerset with the Eagles winning 73-59. This time around, Somerset shot the ball pretty well, but was still no match for Galilean.

  • Casey boys come up short versus last three opponents

    Coming into Feb. 5 district matchup with Pulaski County, the Casey County boys had one goal in mind. Win and guaranteed the three seed in the upcoming district tournament, lose and the three and four seed are possibly.

  • Lady Rebels dominate Campbellsville, play well versus Mercer

    After playing one of their most complete games of the season on Feb. 2 against Woodford County, the Casey County Lady Rebels looked to continue that good form in Feb. 5 matchup with Campbellsville.

  • Casey County High School to host 47th District games

    With the high school basketball season entering its final week, this year’s 47th District Basketball Tournaments seeding is set.

    On Feb. 19 at 6 p.m. the number one seeded Casey County girls, who are a perfect

    6-0 in district play this season will take on the fourth seeded Maroons of Pulaski County, who are 0-6 in district play. Casey County has beat Pulaski in both meetings this season, defeating them 69-20 on Dec. 8 and 65-55 on Jan. 19.

  • Out of the Past Feb. 14

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Feb. 13, 2008

    Like many people on the night of Feb. 5, and into the early-morning hours of Feb. Bill and Beverly Pierce were aware that severe storms were heading toward Casey County.

  • Church News Feb. 14

    Bruce’s Chapel

    There were 46 in attendance on Sunday morning. Bro. Preston McKnight’s devotional was from Luke 13:22. Bro. Chris and Callie Hatter had Children’s Sermon “Jesus Loves You” from John 3:16 and 15:13 and 1 Corinthian’s 16:14. Bro. Creech Richardson’s message “Love,” was from Galatians 5:3 and Proverbs 5:18.

    Brush Creek

  • Patience, honey, and whole wheat bread

    By Gloria Yoder

  • Police News Feb. 7

    Scott C Mcgee, 47, of Liberty, was charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place and disorderly conduct in the 2nd degree. According to the police citation, officers received a complaint from Montgomery St. and upon arrival found McGee “fussing and cussing and outraged and smelled of alcohol.” Officers noted this was the second time they were at the address on a complaint. He has a court date at 9 a.m. Feb. 8.

  • Property Transfers Feb. 7


    Dec. 13

    Dottie Maxwell, of Middlesboro, Kelly Teresa Lynn Maxwell, of Liberty and James Maxwell and Melinda Maxwell, of Liberty to Crystal Brown and Brandon Brown of Liberty. A parcel of land boarding on the west side of Jackie Hollow Road and lying on the headwaters of Woods Creek of Casey County for $17,000.

    Dec. 14

  • Street Beat Feb. 7

    Jan. 22

    10:57 a.m., dog complaint at 121 Montgomery Street.

    10:59 a.m., injury accident at 10 Elmore Hill Road.

    11:17 a.m., custody complaint on Gerald Buis Road.

    3:55 p.m., reckless driver complaint in IGA parking lot.

    4:13 p.m., non-injury accident at Save A Lot parking lot.

    4:39 p.m., officer requested at Liberty Square.

    5:03 p.m., officer requested at 334 Brook Drive.

    6:32 p.m., officer requested at 612 Patterson Road.

    9:11 p.m., alarm drop at 602 Elmore Hollow Road.