A Wayne County man accused of shooting and killing his brother-in-law on September 24, has been indicted by a local grand jury.
More than 100 entries and about 30 floats have signed up so far for the 2019 Monticello-Wayne County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade, which is set for Friday, December 6 at 6 p.m.
The Monticello Police Department is continuing the investigation of numerous reports of shots being fired around this community last weekend, and they are seeking help from the public in solving what can best be described at this point as a mystery.
The Monticello-Wayne County Chamber of Commerce is promoting a "Shop Local" event for Christmas. Everyone is encouraged to visit participating local stores, shops and restaurants.
There's not many nine-year-old boys who are eagerly awaiting their movie premiere. That makes Paul Michael Starnes, grandson of James and Geraldine Sexton of Monticello, very unique.
The lifesaving efforts of a Monticello Police Officer were recognized during a meeting of the city council on Tuesday, November 12.
Payton Smith showed his Christmas list to Santa, while the two talked at Christmas Village Saturday at the ASPIRE Center. The annual event, sponsored by the Wayne County Extension Homemakers, is a great way to begin the holiday, with lots of unique gifts and decorations available.
Work continues to replace aging water meters with new automatic read meters, according to a report given to the Monticello Utility Commission during their meeting on Thursday, November 7.
There was even more good news for Monticello on Saturday, when officials from the Department of Local Government, including Commissioner Sandy Donahoo, stopped in to announce the approval of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).
MCCREARY COUNTY—In the heart of the Daniel Boone National Forest lies the remnants of an amusement park that saw thousands of visitors, staged gunfights, famous musical performers, and the only standard gauge steam locomotive operating in Kentucky from the 1970s to 1991.
The roar of the cannons and the smell of gunpowder. The music, the dresses and the campsite. Get ready for what is believed to be the final reenactment at Mill Springs Battlefield, because it is expected to be among the largest the battleground has seen.
Cornstalks have been used to make a larger than life version of Cousin It from the Addams Family. People passing by the Dolen Farm on East KY 92 have had a chance to enjoy the Halloween decoration.
With the new gymnasium floor at the ASPIRE Center now complete, members of the parks and recreation committee are making plans to recognize local businesses and groups who have donated money to the project.
This Week's Circulars
William Thomas Brummett, age 81 of Monticello, Ky., passed away Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. He was born August 14, 1938 in Monticello, Ky. the son of the late Leslie Grant and Ina (Crabtree) Brummett. He is survived by one son-Andrew Brummett; and one si…
Billy Ray, age 62 of Monticello, Ky., passed away Friday, November 29, 2019 at Jean Waddle Care Center in Somerset, Ky. He was born February 9, 1957 in St. Louis, Mo. the son of Donald Ray and the late Cora Frances "Frankie" (Forbes) Ray. He is survived by his father-Donald Ray. He was prece…
- Kentucky Afield Outdoors Despite unusual weather year, waterfowl season looks promising
- Wayne Grand Jury returns indictments
- Reynolds indicted for murder, tampering with physical evidence
- Starnes to be featured in John Schneider movie
- Police investigate numerous reports of shots being fired
- Morrow has been charged with rape11-19-19
- Wyatt was indicted by Georgia federal grand jury
- Battling a blaze
- Four arrested after search of apartment
- Annual Christmas Parade is Friday