Thompson sentencing continued; Georgia suspects arraigned during May term of Clinton Circuit Court

Posted May 19, 2015 at 7:00 pm

Sentencing for a local man who had pled guilty to murder has been delayed and three out-of-state suspects charged with multiple counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument involving stolen or altered credit and debit cards were arraigned during the lengthy May 14 session of Clinton Circuit Court with Judge David L. Williams presiding.

During the scheduled sentencing of Michael E. Thompson, Judge Williams continued the sentencing until June 4 “if the co-defendant, Andrea Byler, enters a plea on that date,” according to court records. If no plea is entered, sentencing will be continued generally until after the co-defendant’s (Byler’s) trial.

The pair is accused in the October 2013 murder of Jimmy Sidwell, Jr., whose body was discovered underneath an unoccupied mobile home in south Albany. The victim died of multiple stab wounds, according to autopsy results.

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    Ballot is light for Tuesday’s primary

    Posted May 12, 2015 at 8:16 pm

    The first round of the 2015 primary races is quickly coming to a close and Clinton County voters will join the rest of Kentucky next week in choosing their parties’ nominees for a handful of state constitutional offices to be elected in the fall.

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    . . . and they’re off

    Posted May 5, 2015 at 6:28 pm

    Kindergarten classes enjoy annual running of the Little Kentucky Derby

    All the kindergarten classes were ready for their day to participate in the Little Kentucky Derby Friday.

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    Rec Park board meets, hears plan for playground installation

    Posted May 5, 2015 at 6:27 pm

    The Recreation Park Board held its regular meeting last Thursday evening, April 1 at the park with eight board members present. Both Chairman Vince Ostertag and Park Director Bobby Reneau had prior commitments and could not attend the just under one-hour session, which was chaired by

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