A man accused of stealing six guns from a Hopkinsville pawn shop was served with an arrest warrant last night.
Charged with first degree burglary and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon was 27-year old Torey Christian of Hopkinsville.
The warrant, which was served at the Christian County Jail, alleges that Christian stole six guns from Dale’s Pawn Shop on June 19th.
Hopkinsville Mayor Dan Kemp made a major announcement tonight concerning the city’s proposed multi-million dollar municipal center.
Mayor Kemp announced a ceremonial groundbreaking for the Hopkinsville Municipal Center will take place Tuesday, September 18th at 5:15 p.m. at the downtown building site at 715 South Virginia Street.
Mayor Kemp says he is also pleased to announce that nine local suppliers and contractors have over $1.2 million participation in the estimated $8.2 million project.
The city received approval last week from the Kentucky Building Code Office to move forward with the project with construction expected to last about 18 months.
During the council member comments portion of the meeting, Councilman Charlie Henderson expressed his concern about the handling of bids.
A Cheatham County, Tennessee man was killed in an ATV accident at Land Between the Lakes Monday night.
WSMV TV reported on its afternoon newscast that 43-year old Mark Smith of Pleasant View died in an accident at Turkey Bay in the Trigg County portion of LBL around 8pm.
No one else was seriously injured in the incident.
Fort Campbell’s Blanchfield Army Community Hospital will be playing host to special guests who will be presenting priceless mementos to the hospital.
Family members of Colonel Florence A. Blanchfield, for whom the hospital was named, will arrive from west Virginia tomorrow afternoon to donate Colonel Blanchefield’s remaining medals and awards.
The medal and award presentation is scheduled to take place within the lobby of the hospital.
Colonel Blanchfield was the 7th Chief of the Army Nurse Corps from July 1st 1943 until September 30th, 1947 and was affectionately known as the soldier’s nurse.
Colonel Blanchfield served as an Army nurse during World War I and as the Army Nurse Corps Chief during World War II.
Kentucky State Police responded to a single-vehicle injury wreck on Nebo Road in Manitou early this morning.
State Police say the wreck occurred around 6:40 a.m. and that the preliminary investigation revealed that 50-year old Terry Young of Nebo was driving southbound on US 41-A and was approaching the intersection of KY 630 when another vehicle pull out from KY 630 and into his path.
State Police say in an attempt to avoid the other vehicle, Young’s truck exited the roadway and traveled through a yard and into a ditch causing it to overturn.
Young was transported by ambulance to the Regional Medical Center for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.