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Fiscal Court

Judge / Executive
Judge Executive
John Sims Jr.

100 Court Square
Flemingsburg, KY 41041
John Sims Jr.

Judge Sims is a graduate of Fleming Co. High School and Maysville Community College where he received a degree in business. After college he returned to his family business to run the day to day operations. In 2010 Sims ran for Fleming Co. Magistrate and was successful in winning the seat. He served of the Fleming Co. Fiscal Court for 6 years before resigning to become State Representative starting in Jan of 2017. He did not seek re-election for State Representative in 2020. In 2022 Judge Sims ran for Fleming County Judge Executive and was successful.

John and his family are members of the Flemingsburg Christian Church where he serves as Elder. He has served as Chairman of the CASA Board for Fleming, Mason, and Bracken Counties, Board member for the Fleming County/Flemingsburg Chamber of Commerce, member of the Flemingsburg and Ewing Volunteer Fire Departments, Lions Club, Fleming Masonic Lodge 112, past board member of the Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioner Association, and graduated from the NACO/Cambridge County Leadership Program in Washington DC.

In his free time, John enjoys spending time with his family, golf, scuba diving and flying.

John is married to his wife Jenny and they have 3 daughters Sophia 18, Isabella 16 and Ava 11.


County Attorney
County Attorney Monica Hill

113 W. Water Street
Flemingsburg, KY 41041
Phone: (606)845-0014
Fax: (606)845-1874


District 1
County Attorney Kerri Moran

Kerri Moran is the Magistrate of District 1 and is a lifelong Fleming County resident. A 2004 graduate of Morehead State University, she is the Transportation Director for Fleming County Schools. Kerri and her family live in the Tilton community.

District 2
County Attorney Taylor Hunt

Taylor Hunt is the Magistrate of District 2 and a lifelong Fleming County resident. A 2017 graduate of Morehead State University, he teaches American History at Simons Middle School and also runs a small lawn care business. Taylor and his wife, Skylar Ramey Hunt, live in the Poplar Plains community with their son, Julian.

District 3
County Attorney Richie Kielman

Richie Kielman is the Magistrate of District 3 and a lifelong resident of Fleming County. He is employed at Southern States Flemingsburg Coop; he also raises grain and cattle at home. Richie is married to Lori Humphries Kielman and they have two children, Don Owen and Reese Carol. Richie and his family attend the Mt. Carmel Christian Church and they invite you to attend as well. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Richie at 606-845-5199. If you do not receive an answer, please leave a message and he will return your call.

District 4
County Attorney Joe Dunaway Jr.

Joe Dunaway Jr. is the Magistrate of District 4 and is a lifelong Fleming County resident. He is employed by the City of Flemingsburg as the Public Works Director and has been with the city for over 26 years. Joe and his family live in Flemingsburg and are proud to call Fleming County home.

District 5
County Attorney Donnie Fawns

Donnie Fawns is the Magistrate of District 5 and is a lifelong resident of Hillsboro, Kentucky. He served for two years in the United States Army. Donnie has been a volunteer Fire Fighter for over thirty-five years. Donnie is also an Emergency Medical Technician with the Fleming County Ambulance Service and he has served in that position for twenty-eight years. Donnie is also a lifelong farmer. He has been married to Sharon for fifteen years. Sharon is a registered nurse. They have two sons, Travis Fawns and Chris Dunaway. They have two grandsons, Isaac Fawns and Aiden Dunaway.

District 6
County Attorney Ray Money

Magistrate of District 6 and lifelong resident of Fleming County.
Information & Documents
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bullet Agendas / Minutes
bullet Audits
bullet Budgets
bullet Ordinances
bullet Holiday Schedule

Fleming County Fiscal Court meets on the second Tuesday of every month. Meetings begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. and finish when all items on the Agenda have been addressed. Fleming County Fiscal Court meets the second Tuesday of the month. Meetings are held on the second floor courtroom at Fleming County Courthouse. 100 Court Square, Flemingsburg, KY 41041

Click here for a map of the Magistrates Districts

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