Forgot Password

Not a Member? Sign up here!

Local News



Representatives from Casey Co. VFW Post #5704 addressed the Casey County Fiscal Court at their monthly meeting yesterday. Post Commander Glen Phillips Jr., presented a plaque to Judge Executive Randy Dial expressing appreciation for the Courts cooperation and support in the restoration of the Doughboy statue and the installation of a new flag pole.


An attorney with the law firm representing Casey County in a class action Opioid lawsuit addressed the Court and told Magistrates that there are currently five pending settlements. Over the next 18 years, Casey County will receive just over $500,000. Use of those settlement funds will be highly restricted.


Under General Business, the Court approved the Sheriff's Annual Settlement, and accepted a little over $48,000 in Pre-Audit Excess Fees from the Sheriff's Office.


Under Road Business, Magistrates voted to hire Andy Ramsey to the Road Department as a Laborer.


Under Jail Business, a Jail Budget was presented and accepted. The Court will also be advertising for bids for Repair or Replacement of the Jail roof.


Under Miscellaneous Business, the Veteran's Administration is looking for office space for a Regional Office in Liberty. Judge Dial asked for any suggestions to be directed to his office.

Casey County Sheriff Chad Weddle gave his Monthly Report.

A representative from the Casey Co. Animal Advocacy Group informed the Court that, as of Monday, they had begun a Trap, Neuter & Release program for stray cats in the City. The group is also seeking public donations & volunteers. There was a very lengthy discussion concerning shelter & care for stray dogs in the County. There was also a debate over  the accuracy of some information that has been shared on social media.