MORE KENTUCKY NEWS

Lawmakers toughen accountability for districts
Lawmakers OK expanding coalfield scholarship bill
Law grad gets life term in woman's torture, death
Congress is giving states the transportation blues
Sick former priest on trial for sex abuse
Grimes raised $2.7 million in first quarter
Court upholds convictions in oil drilling scam
Rupp Arena financing plan still in limbo
Road-spending plan passes Kentucky legislature
Mid-Continent University gets new acting president
Danville officials table fairness ordinance
E. Ky. park to reopen after fire
NC man convicted in Ky wants conviction overturned
Wild Turkey opens new visitor center
Special julep cups offered to support Old Friends
LBL taking comments on environmental assessment
Kentucky road projects in jeopardy
Kentucky man accused in 1988 cold case in Arizona
Juvenile justice bill clears legislature
McConnell, Bevin raise $3.5 million in 1st quarter
Lawmakers reviewing Rupp Arena financing proposal
Whitesburg Mountain Eagle publisher Pat Gish dies
House approves ethics reform
Police: Woman dead before blaze began
E. Ky. park remains closed due to wildfire
N. Ky. deputy fatally shoots man
Ichthus Festival delays relaunch
New Murray State president to visit campus
Horse Play exhibit opening at Derby Museum
Kentucky executive appointed to hunger commission



Kentucky News
News from the region's first prime-time newscast. You'll find it First On Fox!


DRUG DOGS
Clark Co. School District to use canines to create safer school environment

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Sunday, February 2, 2014 11:05 AM EST
WINCHESTER, Ky.


The Clark County Public School District is enlisting the use of canines to help create a safer school environment.

The Winchester Sun reports the board of education approved a measure last week that will partner the school system with K9 Resources, a group that focuses on detection and offers drug-free services to businesses and schools.

K9 Resources uses dogs that have been trained to work with children and are safe in a school environment.

Clark County Superintendent Paul Christy says the dogs can search for not only drugs but other contraband, such as cigarettes or lighters.

Christy says he used the group in three different districts where he has worked and saw a difference in all three.

Information from: The Winchester (Ky.) Sun, http://www.centralkynews.com/winchestersun










PRIME PICKS

GLEE
Tonight at 8:00 PM

Tested
Artie tests positive for an STD and must tell his sexual partners; Blaine's weight gain causes issues with Kurt



Get 1/2 price gift certificates

Find us on Facebook
Advertisement

Advertisement