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Randall L. Wilkinson- fled trailer, but apprehended


2014-11-25 - Albany, Clinton Co. KY - Photo from Kentucky State Police.
Investigators developed information that led them to believe that James D. Polston and Randall L. Wilkinson were at a trailer on KY 127, south of Albany. Upon arrival, Wilkinson, left, fled from the trailer on foot and was apprehended. The two men had been sought by authorities in connection with the shooting death of Anthony Hargis in Clinton County, Monday evening, November 24, 2014.

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James D. Polston - dead of apparent self-inflicted gunshot wounds


2014-11-25 - Albany, Clinton Co. KY - Photo from Kentucky State Police.
Investigators developed information that led them to believe that James D. Polston and Randall L. Wilkinson were at a trailer on KY 127, south of Albany. Upon arrival, Wilkinson fled from the trailer on foot and was apprehended. The Kentucky State Police Special Response Team also responded to the scene and through the use of a mobile robot and camera, were able to get into the trailer and locate James D. Polston, left, lying in the floor of the residence, dead from an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound. Polston had been sought by authorities in connection with the shooting death of Anthony Hargis in Clinton County, Monday evening, November 24, 2014.

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Commissioner Comer with Eddie, Tiffany, and K.B.


2014-11-25 - 1411 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Innocent Bystander.
Jamie Comer is joined by Eddie & Tiffany Kessler and Kasey Blue,who would not look at the camera even with bribery of ice cream from next door, at a visit today to Anderson's Pizzeria by Comer, Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture and a 2015 Candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky. Paired Photo. See also: Gubernatorial Candidate Jamie Comer speaks at Anderson's

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Gubernatorial Candidate Jamie Comer speaks at Anderson's


2014-11-25 - 1411 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Tiffany Kessler.
Current KY Ag Commissioner and Gubernatorial Candidate James Comer (or "Jamie" as many in Adair County know him by, being so near his native Monroe County) spoke to aa good turnout at Anderson's Pizzeria in Columbia, KY today, Tuesday, November 25, 2014. He was acompanied by Rep. John BAM Carney, (KY 51- Adair & Taylor). Paired Photo. See also: Commissioner Comer with Eddie, Tiffany, and K.B.

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Youngster from Brazil and Korea attend CU fair with parents


2014-11-25 - BASC, 110 University Drive, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener .
Among the youngest to attend Campbellsville University's annual International Education Fair were Sarana Henderson, one and a half, at left, from Korea, and Lucas Barros, also one and a half,from Brazil. They were at the International Education Fair with their parents who are attending CU. - Linda Waggener

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