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Fri September 18, 2009
Reward Upped for School Vandalism
By Angela Hatton
Kevil, KY – The reward for information about vandalism at Ballard Memorial High School is going up. A private business has promised a thousand dollars for information that leads to an arrest and conviction, bringing the total reward to two thousand dollars. The Ballard County Sheriff's Office and the Board of Education are the other donors. Tuesday night vandals apparently shot at the front of the high school. Investigators found nine bullet holes in a two story window and another at the back of a veterans' monument.