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James “Anthony” Gray was formally sentenced in Scott County Circuit Court on Wednesday to 55 years in prison for the April 24, 2007, murders of his parents, James and Vivian Gray. Special Judge Thomas D. Clark upheld the jury recommendation of 20 years for the murder of his father, James Edw…

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Stressing the negative impact closing Central Kentucky Landfill would have on Scott County, Chief Operating Officer Greg Elkins sent a two-page letter to the Georgetown City Council and Scott County Fiscal Court last week. Georgetown City Council members received the letter roughly three hou…

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The Georgetown City Council gave verbal approval Monday for city officials to work out final details with Republic Services to eventually start collecting the city’s garbage.

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Within minutes after the General Assembly passed the authority to issue mask mandates from the governor to local school districts, Scott County Schools alerted employees via email that its mask mandate will remain in place.

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The Scott County Fiscal Court and the Kentucky Division of Waste Management will hold their waste tire collection event on Sept. 30 - Oct. 2.

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The quarantine of a third grade class, increasing hospitalizations and the 41st county death since the pandemic began are all indications the latest surge of COVID-19 continues to have a firm grip on Scott County and Kentucky.

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The Scott County Fiscal Court voted to maintain the current property tax rate at its regular meeting Friday, Aug. 26. In addition to the tax rate, the fiscal court discussed flooding issues on Joshua Court, and the future of the Great Crossing dam.

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Following just two hours of deliberation, James Anthony Gray was found guilty Tuesday of two counts of murder in the shooting deaths of his parents, James and Vivian Gray and one count of tampering with evidence. Following the guilty verdict, the six-man, six-woman jury sentenced Gray to 20 …

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Georgetown Mayor Tom Prather has suggested future council meetings may return to Zoom if all council members cannot agree to wear masks.

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Larry Oser often travels to Florida, but one trip eight years ago influenced him to reach out within his own community and he hopes to encourage others to do the same.