The Postal Service has announced the reduced hour schedules that will go into effect for four local offices in the coming months.
U.S.P.S. spokesman David Walton says Pembroke will transition to a 9am to 3:30pm schedule with a built in lunch from 12 until 12:30. Saturday hours will be 8 until 10:45.
Herndon’s Post Office will be open weekdays from 9 until 1 and on Saturday from 9 until 11. Trenton will go to a four-hour schedule on weekdays—open from 9:30 until 4 with a closure for lunch from 1 until 1:30. Saturday hours will be 10:30 to 12:30.
Fairview’s post office will only be open two hours—11 until 1pm—Monday through Saturday.
The verdict is still out on whether more post offices in the area will see a reduction in hours.
The historic Christian County Courthouse will see some renovations on the back side in the coming weeks after action by Christian Fiscal Court this morning.
An alley between the courthouse and the Alhambra Theater has been in dire need of repair for some time and Magistrate Jim Flemming says court decided now was the time made those fixes.
Squire Flemming says it made sense to add the renovations to the rear of the Christian County Courthouse to the project and he believes more needs to be done in the future to upkeep the building.
The project contract was awarded to the lowest bidder—Scott Murphy at 211-thousand dollars.
In other action, court approved a petition to close down a portion of Naomi Lane near Oak Grove at the request of a property owner.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating the theft of several thousand dollars cash from a West 7th St. residence.
The report says someone entered through the window of the 1505 West 7th residence of Sakian Brunson between Saturday night at 9 and Sunday morning at 10.
The perpetrator got away with 65-hundred dollars worth of cash. No suspects are listed on the report and the investigation continues.
The Trigg County Sheriff’s Office acted on a tip this week to arrest three residents on drug charges.
A news release says a complaint was received of drugs being sold out of a Cadiz home and the Sheriff’s Department put together enough evidence to obtain a search warrant.
Recently purchased K9 unit “Kilo” assisted in the search of the home, which resulted in a summons to court for 18-year old Benjamin Lau of Cadiz on possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia charges.
Two days later, 19-year old Derrick Bacon and 18-year old Akeyla Williams of Cadiz were arrested and charged with trafficking in marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.
Clarksville Police are investigating an armed robbery at a Fort Campbell Boulevard business from last night.
The police report says a white male standing about 5-8, weighing 140 pounds, wearing black jeans, a black ski mask, black gloves and a gray hoodie entered the 2795 Fort Campbell Boulevard business around 10:45 and brandished a handgun, saying he “was going to need everything inside the cash register.”
The woman complied and gave him all of the cash, saying she watched him walk away on foot on Wallace Boulevard. The woman said the suspect sounded like he might have been a younger man.