It’s not every day one finds a cash register lying around, but that’s exactly what happened in Hopkinsville yesterday.
Hopkinsville Police responded to the 200 block of Merriwood Parkway around 2pm yesterday after Bonnie Johnson of Hopkinsville found a cash register near her property.
Officers aren’t sure who the Royal Electronic register belongs to and the investigation continues.
Hundreds of people attended this year’s Freedom Friday Chili Cook-off with attendees enjoying samples of various recipes.
Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Director Kensley McLellan says the competition was fierce this year, but only one team would have the honor of being called this year’s grand prize winner.
The team that was named as the grand prize winner also received a $1,000 check.
Ms. McLellan adds that the local post’s H-H-C 7-16TH Military Police Battalion was recognized as having the best theme for the annual cook-off.
The Montgomery County Government recently received several awards from the Greater Nashville Regional Council during its 45th annual Regional Planning and Economic Development meeting.
Montgomery County Public Affairs Officer Elizabeth Black says Montgomery County EMS was selected for a Public Safety award for their implementation of InMotion technology, the 19th Judicial Drug Task Force was also selected as a recipient in the Public Safety category for its Meth Education trailer, the Driver’s Safety Program was the third Public Safety award for Montgomery County and the final award was given the Bi-County Solid Waste Management for its Gas-to-Energy initiative.
The annual event took place in Ridgetop, Tennessee where 31 awards were presented to various counties.
Organizers with this year’s Nature Fest at Jeffers Bend Environmental Center say they are expecting another successful event this year.
Publicity Chair Robin Charles is reminding residents to stop by the local center this Saturday to enjoy the outdoors and activities fit for the entire family.
Over $3,000 worth of invaluable equipment was recently donated to the Clarksville Police Department.
Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association President, Kaye Jones presented Clarksville Police with over $3,600 worth of necessary equipment for bike patrol officers.
Police say the donated equipment consisted of microphone systems, which allows officers to operate their police radios without removing their hands from the bike, helmet covers and locks to secure their bikes.
The CPAA is a self-sufficient organization made up of previous Citizens Police Academy graduates.