December 8 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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Eversole tried to kick in a door

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Stephen Eversole, age 36, was arrested on Chapel Road after deputies were dispatched to a complaint that Eversole was kicking the door of a residence and stating that he was going to kill everyone inside. Eversole had apparently stopped a truck in the roadway and would not allow the vehicle to pass. When police arrived at the scene Eversole fled to the back yard where he appeared to be intoxicated and very belligerent. While being placed into custody Eversole pulled away and began to struggle with Detective Berry and attempted to flee again, but after a foot chase of approximately 200 yards he was caught and kicked Deputy Travis Napier.


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Shayla Peace & Band

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Shayla Peace & Band (center) is recognized for their performance at the 2016 KFB Variety Showcase in Louisville. Also pictured are David S. Beck, Kentucky Farm Bureau Executive Vice President (right) and Jeff Koch, Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Company, Vice President of Product and Risk Management (left).


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Staged Robbery

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Charlene Jackson-Masters, age 30, of Ravenswood Estates (London) was arrested at apartments off American greeting card road after the Sheriff’s office conducted a thorough investigation into a reported armed robbery at the Marathon Service Station on Adams Road, near Ky 770 and I-75, Deputies determined that the reported robbery was staged by Masters and Daniel Cornelius, age 19, of OWA Lane (Williamsburg)


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Applications for KDA internships

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College students pursuing a career in agriculture or government are invited to apply for a position in the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s (KDA’s) internship program for the summer of 2017, Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles has announced. For more information, go to kyagr.com/marketing/education-resources.html or contact Elizabeth Gordon at (502) 782-4125 or elizabeth.gordon@ky.gov.


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