Its not often that Uniontown, Kentucky is mentioned on morning drive radio programs across the United States, but the fate of a departed dog and its final resting place have sparked national interest in a debate going on in the town of just over 1000. Eight years ago, Judy Hagan buried her dog in a plot she purchased from the city, at the center of the Uniontown City Cemetery. The plot sits beneath a flag pole put up to honor veterans. Hagan and the city didnt hear any complaints about the dogs final resting place until about two weeks ago, when Judy took some extra cash and invested it in a headstone for the dog. Thats when things became very contentious in the small town. The reason for the controversy: the dogs name. Its first name was a vulgar term for bodily waste. Its last name was Head. That name is inscribed on the headstone. After days of searching legal records and historical records for the county, the Uniontown City Council determined that there is no law that will allow them to remove the dog or the marker. Mayor Kevin Ferguson asked the dogs owner if they would consider removing it on their own, and they declined. So, ****head will stay, and so will the headstone. What the council did decide to do is write some regulations for future burials at the cemetery, and for headstones there. Theyre also considering moving the veterans flag pole, and theyre hoping all the attention fades as fast as it started.