Christian Fiscal Court met this morning and approved first reading of an ordinance for the reapportionment of magisterial district lines.
Christian County Judge-Executive Steve Tribble says the redistricting of magisterial lines is required by law to occur every ten years and he says the newly proposed lines shows some changes.
Judge Tribble says District 6, which is represented by Squire Jack Lackey reflects the biggest change, since his area has grown in the past 10 years.
A special called fiscal court meeting was scheduled for Wednesday, December 18th for fiscal court to potentially pass second reading of the ordinance, concerning redistricting.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating after shots were fired into a home early Tuesday morning.
Sgt. Mike Marszalek says the incident happened between 12:30 and 1 a.m. in the 800 block of Younglove Street. He says someone drove by the residence and fired multiple shots inside, with no one injured, though one person was inside.
The incident remains under investigation.
Another Hopkinsville City Council member has filed for re-election.
Ward 3 Councilman Don Ahart of Brame Drive filed his paperwork at the Christian County Clerk's office Monday and is seeking a fourth term on the Democratic ticket.
Ahart retired as the personnel director for the Christian County Public School System.
Someone stole an expensive camper in Hopkinsville at some point over the last month.
Craig Jenson of Pleasant View, Tennessee told Hopkinsville Police his 32 foot Keystone Laredo camper valued at $30,000 was stolen at 305 Charles Garnett Drive between October 24 of last month and Sunday.
Jenson said the perpetrator cut the lock off the hitch and pulled the camper away.
A box truck was stolen off the property of a local business sometime over the weekend.
Hopkinsville Police were called to Agri-Chem on Skyline Drive Monday morning, where Robert Fooshee told Officer Jason Brent a 1992 white International box truck valued at $10,000 had been stolen off rear lot sometime between Saturday morning at 11 and Monday morning at 7:20.
No suspects are listed on the report and the investigation continues.