Fleming County

Kentucky Tourism

Gov. Andy Beshear today announced that contractors have successfully stabilized the flood-damaged Grange City Covered Bridge in Fleming County.

“With the bridge now protectively cradled by steel support beams, this historic structure treasured by the people of Fleming County and the entire Buffalo Trace area is once again safe,” Gov. Beshear said.

In late May, floodwaters inundated the 1860s covered bridge where it spans Fox Creek adjacent to KY 111 just north of Grange City.


Gov. Andy Beshear today announced that a nationally recognized expert on covered bridges has been hired to stabilize the flood-damaged Grange City Covered Bridge in Fleming County.

“It will be a difficult and delicate project, but the Grange City Covered Bridge is an historic structure treasured by the people of Fleming County and the entire Buffalo Trace area, and we intend to do all we can to save it,” Gov. Beshear said.

Morehead State University

Student organizations like Morehead State University’s Student Government Association (SGA) allow students to have a real impact on the future of the University. Now, MSU is playing a role in helping the region’s high school students make an impact on their own high schools and beyond.

Enumclaw Courier-Herald

Work to rebuild the KY 111 bridge over a branch of Hillsboro Creek in Fleming County has been delayed, and the highway will remain closed longer than anticipated.

Contractors began the KY 111 bridge project in early April at mile marker 7.6 just north of the KY 1515 (Orchard Road) intersection between Poplar Plains and Hillsboro, closing the road to remove the old superstructure and place new steel beams and construct a new concrete driving surface.

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

As part of Governor Matt Bevin’s commitment to prioritize transportation infrastructure projects and increase economic opportunity across the Commonwealth, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is pleased to announce $133,000 in discretionary funds have been awarded to the Fleming County Fiscal Court for vital resurfacing work on Anderson Branch Road. Resurfacing repairs address existing surface cracks, potholes, rutting, crumbling shoulders and base failures.

Northern Kentucky Tribune

The Judicial Nominating Commission, led by Justice Michelle M. Keller on behalf of Chief Justice of Kentucky John D. Minton Jr., announced nominees to fill the vacant District Court judgeship for Bracken, Fleming and Mason counties. The counties make up the 19th Judicial District.

The three nominees for the judgeship are attorneys Kimberly Leet Razor of Flemingsburg, Jeffrey Louis Schumacher of Maysville and Jacqueline Suzanne Wright of Maysville.

GreenTree Forest Products

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has announced that GreenTree Forest Products Inc., an Appalachian hardwoods producer in Wallingford, will add 10 full-time jobs with a $2.2 million investment for equipment upgrades at its Fleming County facility.

Fleming County Jury Indicts Woman On Assault Charges

Feb 24, 2014
ABC News

Natisha Schlabach, 24, was indicted by a Fleming County grand jury on Friday (Feb. 21).

Schlabach is charged with first-degree assault, "when under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life she wantonly engaged in conduct which created a grave risk of death to a 19-month-old child and thereby caused serious physical injury to that child," according to the indictment.

The child in question was a 17-month-old foster child who had been placed in Schlabach's care.

Fleming County Shooting

Aug 16, 2013

A Fleming County man was shot to death early yesterday by Kentucky State Police. Troopers say 46-year-old Thomas McClanahan was killed outside his Hillsboro home around 2 o’clock. The KSP’s Aaron Martin claims McClanahan pointed a gun at police shortly after they responded to a domestic dispute on State Route 1013.

Martin spoke with WKYT…

Police say Martin’s wife and children were inside the house when the shooting occurred. 

Fleming County Covered Bridge Festival, August 24th

Aug 15, 2013

Fleming County will celebrate its status as "The Covered Bridge Capital of Kentucky" Saturday, August 24th. Crystal Ruark heads the community's tourism office and chamber of commerce...

"We have three covered bridges remaining in Fleming County...the Goddard Covered Bridge, which the large portion of the festival will take place at...Ringos Mill Covered Bridge and Grange City Covered Bridge. We will have events at Ringos Covered Bridge that day as well." - Crystal Ruark