Elkton's Christmas parade has been postponed by the winter storm.
Mayor Nancy Camp says instead of Friday night, the Elkton Christmas parade will be at 6 p.m. Saturday, December 14. It will follow the same route as planned. Other scheduled Christmas in Elkton activities will also be held December 14.
The Trenton and Guthrie Christmas parades have been canceled.
Residents of the southern Pennyrile have been taking the winter storm warning seriously and area grocery stores are busy.
Elkton Food Giant manager Brent Spurlin says business started to pick up Wednesday, but he expected it to get busier as the storm approached.
Spurlin says milk and bread are always the popular winter storm items, but anything that can be eaten without being cooked goes quickly.
He says hamburger meat and other items that can be grilled in the case of a power outage have also been popular.
A non-incumbent candidate is running for Todd County Fiscal Court in District 2.
Filing his papers at the Todd County Clerk's Office as a Democrat was William Sweeney of Jason Ridge Road, Lewisburg.
The District 2 seat is currently held by Democrat Rex Johnson, who has not yet filed for re-election.
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.
When all the numbers are official, Kentucky farmers are expected to have record corn and soybean yields this year.
The Kentucky Agri-News November issue says corn production was forecast at a record 247 million bushels, up four percent from the September forecast and 138 percent above last year's production level.
Yield was estimated at 173 bushels per acre, up 15 bushels from the September forecast and an astounding 105 bushel increase from last year's drought-stricken yield. If realized, it would be the highest yield on record, surpassing the 2009 crop at 165 bushels. Kentucky farmers harvested an estimated 1.43 million acres of corn, down 100,000 acres from last year.
Nationally, corn production was forecast at 14 billion bushels, up 30 percent from last year and yield is forecast at a record 160.4 bushels per acre.
Meanwhile, soybean production for Kentucky was forecast at 80.4 million bushels, up 12 percent from the September forecast and 37 percent above 2012. Yield was estimated at 49 bushels per acre, nine bushels more than last year.
If realized, this year's crop would be the highest yield on record, surpassing the 2009 crop at 48 bushels. An estimated 1.64 million acres of soybeans were harvested in Kentucky, which is 170,000 acres more than last year.
United States soybean production was forecast at 3.26 billion bushels, up seven percent from last year. If realized, it would be the country's largest soybean harvest on record.