A Hopkinsville native remains in Vanderbilt University Medical Center following a vehicle versus motorcycle wreck in Stewart County, Tennessee from over the weekend.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol report says 23-year old John Stitt of Mississippi, formerly of Hopkinsville, was southbound on Bumpus Mill Road around 1:30 p.m. Saturday when a northbound vehicle driven by a 16-year old male failed to use due care and turned and hit Stitt in the side.
Stitt's motorcycle went to its side and came to rest along Robertson Hill Road. Stitt was flown by helicopter to Vanderbilt University Medical center, while the juvenile was not hurt.
Stitt is the son of Hopkinsville physician, Dr. John Stitt.
An Elkton woman was arrested Monday afternoon for allegedly making a threat against the Todd County Courthouse.
Kentucky State Police say they were contacted by the Todd County Sheriff's Department around 1:45 p.m. regarding a threat made to “blow up” the building.
An investigation by Trooper Craig Engler resulted in the arrest of 38-year old Rachel Parker of Elkton on charges of third degree terroristic threatening.
The Hopkinsville Police Department will be providing toys to needy children through its Christmas Morning Miracle program again this year and a toy drive will be held later this month.
Public Information Officer Paul Ray says take a toy to First Frame Bowl Sunday December 15 and you'll receive a free game and shoe rental between 1 and 8 o'clock.
Officer Ray says those toys will be delivered to children in need Christmas morning.
If you can't make it to the toy drive, you can still drop off a donation in the front lobby of the Hopkinsville Police Department.
The Christian County Public School System is holding its College Checklist Session tonight and students and parents are invited to attend.
District Spokesperson Heather Lancaster says representatives from several colleges will be in attendance at the Hopkinsville Community College auditorium.
Once again, that event is from 5:30 until 7:30 at the HCC auditorium.
Three people were injured in a two-vehicle wreck in Earlington Monday night.
The incident happened just before 8 o'clock, according to a news release from the Hopkins County Sheriff's Office, which says 33-year old Tony Faith of Madisonville was headed the wrong direction on South McEuen Street and hit a westbound vehicle driven by 78-year old Milton Bratcher of Dawson Springs at the intersection with Main Street.
Both drivers and Bratcher's passenger, 76-year old Addie Bratcher, were all taken to Baptist Health in Madisonville for treatment of their injuries.