The City of Clarksville’s annual Riverfest will be kicking off this weekend and local law enforcement officials want to ensure attendees are safe during the event.
Clarksville Police in partnership with the city’s Parks and Recreation Department wants to inform the public that coolers, pets, outside food and beverages, flash photography, camcorders, or recording devices during headlining concerts, weapons of any kind are prohibited during Riverfest.
Police say anyone who is caught violating these rules and policies can result in the confiscation of the items and or expulsion from the festival.
Over 200 marijuana plants have been seized and are now out of the hands of drug dealers.
Kentucky State Police released information today that state police eradicated 225 marijuana plants off of Woods Road in the Rockcastle community of Trigg County on Monday, August 27th.
State Police say the marijuana plants had a street value of $225,000 and that the identity of the cultivators is unknown at this time.
Police say the investigation remains ongoing and anyone with information about the cultivators can contact KSP toll free at 1-800-222-5555.
The City of Hopkinsville’s proposed multi-million dollar municipal building project is rolling along despite the concerns of a couple of city council members.
During Tuesday night’s Hopkinsville City Council meeting, Councilman Charlie Henderson expressed his concerns over changes that were made in the bidding process to award contracts to local companies, even though they were not the lowest bidders.
Nature Fest is about to begin in Hopkinsville and organizers for this year’s event are reminding residents to come out and smell the roses at Jeffers Bend Environmental Center.
Publicity Chair Robin Charles is encouraging residents to come out and enjoy the various gardens featured at Jeffers Bend.
Ms. Charles says the bird observatory is also a big hit during the annual event.
A Hopkinsville man’s humble plight to raise money to benefit an orphan advocacy agency in honor of his wife has surpassed his dreams.
Michael Venable says words can not accurately describe how he feels after he learned over $52,000 has been raised to go towards Ordinary Hero, which was established by a Hopkinsville native to help orphans in Ethiopia, Haiti and locally.