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    Sheriff Says Stuff the Cruiser Campaign Successful

    By Sheriff Paul Hays
    As Christmas time draws near, please stop and think about the reason for the season. The bible talks about how it all happened; how the shepherds witnessed the announcement of our Savior, how the wise men followed a star to the place where He laid, the King of all Kings, born in a manger. His birth is still celebrated today, and His life and His death set us free from the guilt of sin! As you spend the holiday with family, take a few minutes to thank Him and reflect on the sacrifice that was made just for you and just for me. Thank you, Jesus! I don’t know about you, but I just can’t think of a better place to live! For the past four years the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office has headed up a community effort to Stuff the Cruiser for Christmas for our most needy children. Every year I pray there will be enough to meet those needs. Every year, the best in our county comes through for us!

    KSP Provides a Memorable Christmas for Kids

    By KSP Trooper Purdy
    The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post helped make this Christmas unforgettable for fifteen Jackson County children during the annual ‘Shop with a Trooper’ event that took place in Richmond on Saturday morning. More than 120 children from across the KSP Post 7 district participated in the event, which started with breakfast and pictures with Santa, before heading to Wal-Mart to shop for clothes, shoes and toys.