Kentucky State Police investigated a single-vehicle wreck with injury this morning in Graves County.
State Police say 23-year old William Clare of Hickory, Kentucky was driving westbound on KY 408 West in the eastbound lane.
Police say preliminary investigation indicates that Clare attempted to get back into the westbound lane, struck a ditch, overcorrected, which caused his vehicle to overturn with Clare being ejected from his vehicle as a result of not wearing a seatbelt.
Clare was flown to Vanderbilt University Medical Center by Air EVAC for treatment of his injuries.
KSP was assisted at the scene by Graves County Sheriff’s Office, Mayfield and Graves County EMS, and the West Viola Fire Department.
The investigation into the wreck remains ongoing and is being handled by Kentucky State Police.
The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County will be temporarily closed to the public next week.
Officials say beginning Monday, November 5 through Monday, November 12 the museums will be closed to the public.
Officials say the closure is necessary in order to conduct inventory and other related maintenance.
The museums will reopen to visitors on Tuesday, November 13th.
The Kentucky Public Service Commission says natural gas prices are expected to be at their lowest levels in the last ten years this winter.
Spokesman Andrew Melnykovych says it’s been a while since prices have been this low.
Melnykovych says how much one’s gas bill is during the winter will ultimately come down to where the thermostat is set and how cold the weather stays.
Wholesale costs are about 20-percent lower than they were one year ago.
A single-vehicle wreck in Hopkins County last night injured three Dawson Springs residents.
Kentucky State Police say 41-year old Raymond Sherrill of Dawson Springs was southbound on Interstate 69 around 11pm when he lost control of his vehicle while trying to avoid a deer than ran into the road.
The vehicle traveled into the median, where it overturned onto the passenger side. Sherrill and his two passengers, 35-year old Sherrie Jones and 14-year old Alex Sherrill of Dawson springs, were taken by ambulance to Regional Medical Center in Madisonville.
The Christian County Animal Shelter is hosting a seminar next week to help owners of aggressive or misbehaved dogs lead their pets in the right direction.
Animal Shelter Director Irene Grace says an expert on training dogs in need of a behavior change will be in the back parking lot of the shelter on November 8th at 5:30pm.
The seminar doesn’t cost anything to attend, but Ms. Grace says a donation toward the shelter’s “Get’em Done” program would be appreciated.
Anyone in the area is encouraged to bring his or her dog, with more information available at thecalmk9.com.