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/8 HART COUNTY'S NEWSPAPER DECEMBER 15, 2016 Volume 130, Number 50 A member of the Jobe Publishing Inc. Newspaper Network 50 i Staff report Hart County Grand Jury issued the following indictments." Rieky L Moody, 29, 901 A Old Dixie Road, Horse Cave for criminal abuse, 2"d degree, child 12 or under and assault, 4th degree. Andrew Gifford, 34, 70 A Mustang Lane, Rineyville for bail jumping, 1 offense. Lamont Rice, 40, 175 Woods Road, Apt 27, Munfordville for assault, 2nd degree and traf- ticking in controlled substance, 1=t degree, 1=t offense. See INDICTMENTS continued on page 10 i By DARCA JOBE News-Herald Editor Mardy Jones, 53, 120 Margaret Street, Horse Cave was indicted by the Hart County grand jury for murder. Jones is accused of shooting his brother Ronald Dale West, 39, from Horse Cave, on August 7, 2016. See MURDER continued on page 10 i By DARCA JOBE News-Herald Editor A Munfordville man has been in- dicted by the Hart County grand jury on murder charges for a car wreck that resulted in the death of Tris- ten Joel Dilley, Roger Williams 18 months, Cave City. According to the police, On November 3, Rog- er Williams, 77, was operating a 2005 Chrysler passenger car and traveling northbound on US 31-W when he went into the southbound lane See MUNFORDVILLE continued on page 10 i ByDARCA JOBE Horse Cave Fire Chiefgators had ruled the tire sistance or just to be there News-Herald Editor Donnie Parker said on Fri- accidental due to a faulty if needed and I am very day they were going to get panel box and no foul play appreciative of the Mun- Fire destroyed a local the fire investigated quick- was suspected. "We hadfordville Fire Department, church on Friday morn- ly because of the chnr.ches aft outpouring of offers of Hart. County Ambulance, ing in Horse Cave. Flames that had been destroyed by help from Hart County as Mayor Randall Curry, were spotted around 6 am arson in other areas,well as Barren County," Atmos Energy, Kentucky at Our Lady of the Caves, said Fire Chief Parker." Utilities, Horse Cave Wa- Catholic Church, on Dixie Chief Parker reported on "It is always good to see See CHURCH Highway in Horse Cave. Monday that the investi- others show up to offer as- continued on page 2 Cub Run Director Stephanie Hensley and her students showcased their talents at Disney Springs. Special to THE NEWS-HERALD Director Stephanie Hens- its theme parks. Icy, stepped into the spot- Cub Run Elementary light at Disney Springs, "This is an experience that School Chorus entertained showcasing their talents to I hope they will never for- thousands of Walt Disney Disney guests from across get," said Hensley. "It's World Resort guests with the nation and around the an once-in-a-lifetime op- their performance at Dis- world. During their tht e- porttmity, I mean some of ney Springs on Dec. 7. day stay, the students also these students have never enjoyed exploring Waltbeen to Disney World be- The students, alongside Disney World Resort and fore and it's probably the only time they will get to come." The group of 40 students traveled over 800 miles from Kentucky to Florida to participate in the popu- lar program. This was the See CHORUS continued on page 11 moves forward on ustrial Maintenance class By JERRY MATERA The News-Herald The Cavema School Dis- trict is still intent on start- ing an Industrial Main- tenance class at the high school this January. SU- perintendent Cornelius Faulkner told the School Board at its regular meet- ing on Thursday, Dec. 8, "This is a great opportuni- ty for our students to earn an indus al certification for electrical technician and/or maintenance me- chanic in the industrial High School and Barren maintenance technology County Technology Con- career pathway. Classes ter. The classroom is the are set to begin in Janu- former shop facility and ary." has been renovated to be conducive to the the cur- The class will be housed at the high school in collab- See CAVERNA oration with Hart County continued on page 10 ) i!i ? Nyman, ent jennifer@jenniferwymaninsurance.com