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  • Out of the Past Dec. 5

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Dec. 3, 2008

    It was “All Aboard for Christmas!” Friday night as hundreds gathering in downtown Liberty to usher in the holiday season. Free chili, hot chocolate, cookies, and popcorn warmed the tummy, as residents enjoyed mule and wagon rides from Jerry Wilson and Marlene Canada, and a train ride, courtesy of Henry Mattingly of Circle E Trains of Winchester.

    Six people charged in connection with 18 break-ins that occurred more than three years ago pleaded guilty and could face up to a collective 153 years in prison.

  • Police News Dec. 5

    Nov. 13

  • District Court News

    Nov. 29

    Emily Ann Devore pleaded not guilty to theft by unlawful taking or displacement from a building $500 or more but under $10,000. She has a pretrial hearing scheduled for Dec. 6.

    Jonathan Blake Thomas pleaded not guilty to terroristic threatening second degree and tampering with physical evidence. He has a pretrial hearing scheduled for Dec. 6.

    David Lee Harmon pleaded guilty to theft by deception including cold checks under $500. He was sentenced to 20 days suspended if the amount is paid in full by Feb. 28, 2019.

  • Property Transfers Dec. 5

    July 23

    Jackie L. Rodgers and Margaret Rodgers of Liberty to Timothy Matthew Gilmont and Mary Ellen Mason of Liberty, two certain tract or parcels of land located and being Casey County and lying and being on the north side of Kentucky Highway 70 near the city limits of the City of Liberty for $10,000.

  • Casey County Grand Jury indicts 15

    zjohnson@caseynews.net

    The Casey County Grand Jury met on Nov. 14 and indicted 15 individuals for mostly drugs, wanton endangerment or fraud.

  • Out of the Past Nov. 28

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Nov. 26, 2008

    Smoke billowed from a hole in the roof as a fireman used his axe to vent the fire at the home of Joe and Melody Blackwood on Ky. 70 East on a Saturday afternoon.

    The Christmas season officially ushered into Liberty Friday night as residents gathered to celebrate “All Aboard for Christmas!”

  • District Court News Nov. 28

    Nov. 20

    Cynthia Propes had her case for DUI second offense jury trail set for Dec. 11.

    Steven Carman had his cases for criminal trespassing third degree and disorderly conduct second-degree jury trail set for Feb. 12.

  • Property Transfers Nov. 28

    July 10

    Sherry McNeeley and Danny McNeeley of Indiana, Angie Nunn and Mark Nunn of North Carolina and Terri Parsons and Bailey Parsons of North Carolina to Ronnie D. Davis of Liberty, a certain parcel of land located in Casey County for consideration.

    Donald D. Atwood of Liberty to Donald D. Atwood and Brenda J. Atwood of Liberty, all certain parcels of land situate in the city of Liberty and being described as tract number 11 of the Shady Grove Acres Phase one subdivision for $10.

    July 11

  • Out of the Past Nov. 21

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Nov. 19, 2008

    The Central Kentucky AG/EXPO Center had lost $156,376.52 since it started leasing the property to organizations in 2006, according to financial records obtained through an open records request by The Casey County News.

    It was all aboard for fun as Liberty’s Downtown Christmas Celebration, “All Aboard for Christmas!” got under way on Nov. 28.

    A fight resulted in a Casey County man being stabbed and a Russell Springs man charged in the incident.

  • District Court News Nov. 21

    Nov. 8

    Angela Gail Cook had her case for assault fourth degree domestic violence no visible injury continued for six months and will be dismissed if no further complaints are made.

    Christopher Wade Richardson pleaded not guilty to no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, no motorcycle operator’s license and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. He will had a pretrial hearing on Nov. 15.