Sharpsburg, KY. (December 24, 2020) – Kentucky State Police, Post 8, Morehead received a call for assistance from Bath County Dispatch regarding a two vehicle fatal collision on KY 11 in the Sharpsburg community. Investigators determined a 2012 Ford F150 was traveling north on KY 11 being operated by Gerald Ledford. Mr. Ledford crossed the center line striking a 2007 KIA Sedona operated by James McGlothin, 62 years of age, of Ewing KY. Gerald Ledford and his juvenile passenger were transported to the University of Kentucky Hospital for treatment of their injuries sustained in the collision while an additional passenger refused treatment. James McGlothin and his passenger Lisa McGlothin, 57 years of age, of Ewing, KY sustained fatal injuries and were pronounced deceased at the scene by Bath County Coroner Andrew Owens. Kentucky State Police was assisted by the Bath County Sheriff’s Department, Bath County EMS and Sharpsburg Fire Department. This collision remains under investigation by Kentucky State Police, Post 8, Morehead.
LONDON, Ky. – A Somerset, Ky., man, Jimmy Siegfried Grider, 56, was sentenced to 206 months in federal prison on Tuesday, before U.S. District Court Judge Claria Horn Boom, for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. According to his plea agreement, between January 2015 and September 2018, Grider admitted to conspiring […]
Lindsay Baker dropped out of school in 2009 because of the cost of attending college. Ten years later, she realized she needed to do something to put her life on the right trajectory for her 7-year-old daughter and herself, so she enrolled. She was faced with a debt to HCTC, but after speaking with President […]
“All you have to do is set your mind to it, and then do it.” That is advice Vicky Amburgey would give others and what she did herself. She enrolled in the GED Plus program, part of KY Skills U, located at Hazard Community and Technical College (HCTC). She is proud of the steps she […]