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Today's News

  • Liberty mother charged with stealing car, police cruiser

    A 28-year-old mother of five is facing four felony counts after allegedly stealing a car, $1,400 in cash, and then stealing a police cruiser to escape.

    According to court documents, Brittany Robbins, of Liberty, stole $1,400 and a Kia Optima from a victim Oct. 13. She was arrested, and the vehicle was recovered along with $740. After Casey County Sheriff’s Deputy Geoff Brown arrested Robbins, he found that she had a bench warrant in Lincoln County.

  • Defendant moves to dismiss Tarter suit

    Joshua Tarter has filed a motion to dismiss a federal racketeering lawsuit against him, saying that three out of the six part-owners of the Tarter Companies lack standing to sue him.

  • Kentucky magistrates give back to Casey students

    Seven hundred and fifty pairs of shoes will benefit Casey County students thanks to a Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioners Association Shoe Drive.

    After years of the Casey County Magistrate Court’s generous support of the Shoe Drive, KMCA Executive Director JC Young announced that Casey County Schools would be this year’s beneficiary. At a presentation Nov. 2 in Walnut Hill Elementary School’s library, he said that it was the organization’s favorite event to hold.

  • School Menus

    LUNCH

    Elementary schools

    Wednesday, Nov. 8: Pasta with meatballs pepperoni calzone, breadstick, tossed salad, green beans, mandarin oranges, applesauce dessert

    Thursday, Nov. 9: Taco salad with chips, chicken fajita, salad box, lettuce, tomato, cheese, refried beans, corn, slushy sidekick, fresh fruit

    Friday, Nov. 10: Mac n cheese, fish sandwich, salad box, pork n beans, potato smiles, steamed carrots, fruit cobbler, blueberries with cool whip

  • Community Calendar

    The deadline for the Community Calendar is noon Monday. To submit items, email to news@caseynews.net.

    HAPPENINGS

    — Stepping out Studio of Dance will be holding classes after fall break behind Subway. Accepting children ages 3 years and up. Teaching jazz, tap and ballet. For more information contact: Gena Leigh at 606-282-8900.

    — The Red Hatitudes will meet Wednesday, Nov. 29, at Sacred Heart Church at 11 a.m., and will travel to O’Charley’s restaurant for lunch in Danville.

  • Lady Rebels earn fifth straight state meet

    You know you have made it as a program when a third-place team finish at a regional meet has an air of disappointment. The Lady Rebels took to the cross country course in Monticello, Kentucky at Cave Lake Park (hosted by Wayne County) with 54 runners and seven teams for a shot at continuing a historic streak of State Meet appearances. Casey County girl’s XC had made four-straight State Championships coming in to this year’s Class AA Region 5 Meet.

  • Rebel runners make third straight state meet

    The Runnin’ Rebs made their way to Monticello at Cave Lake Park for the Class AA Region 5 Championship Meet hosted by Wayne County on Saturday.

    Twelve teams and 80 runners came together to run for spots in the KHSAA State Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington next Saturday.

  • Galilean standout Allee Wesley

    Galilean sophomore Allee Wesley has shown great improvement this season and has been a key asset at the net for Coach Scott Jones.

    The Lady Eagles ended the season with back-to-back losses, but will travel to Morgantown, Ky., to try for a spot in the state tournament at 4 p.m. on Thursday.

  • Rebel football finishes best regular season ever at 9-1

    With the 41-6 drubbing of Adair County Friday night, this group of record-breaking Rebels became the first Casey County High School football team to finish a regular season at 9-1. The record breaking didn’t stop there.

  • Scholarship offered

    The George and Joan White Howell Environmental Education Scholarship is available for high school seniors interested in pursuing a degree in environmental science at Campbellsville University.

    Students graduating from Casey and several other counties are eligible.