The Pennyrile Area Development District’s Annual Dinner is coming up Monday evening.
An email from the district says the 43rd annual meeting will be 6pm Monday at the Bruce Center and it will be sponsored by Planters Bank. As always, the Bill Bryan Memorial Award will be presented to some deserving person or persons in the nine-county area and musical entertainment will be provided by famed guitarist Eddie Pennington of Princeton.
Dubbed “The Funniest Man in America,” comedian James Gregory will provide the featured entertainment for the evening. Anyone who received an invitation who has not yet RSVP’ed is encouraged to do so as soon as possible.
Hopkinsville Police Information Officer Paul Ray says unlocked vehicles are the targets of local car thieves.
A news release says Hopkinsville Police are currently investigating thefts from vehicles over the past two weeks in residential areas across the city.
All of the vehicles were unlocked and the police department asks drivers to make sure their vehicles are locked and valuables removed, including cell phones, GPS systems and purses.
Officers are increasing surveillance in residential areas, with citizens encouraged to call 9-1-1 if they spot suspicious activity in their area.
A single vehicle crash on U.S. 68 in Trigg County yesterday afternoon sent an elderly woman to the Trigg County Hospital.
Injured in the 4 p.m. mishap was 79-year old Diana Wales of Cadiz, who was wearing her seat belt when her car left 68 near its intersection with Kentucky 272 and struck a tree.
Ms. Wales was wearing her seat belt, according to the report from State Trooper Nathan Clinkenbeard.
A Muhlenberg County man was charged with a drug offense by Kentucky State Police after a search warrant was served at a residence on the Locketown road in Muhlenberg County yesterday afternoon.
Charged with trafficking marijuana after an investigation at 968 Locketown Road was 67-year old Robert L. Oldham, with the news release from the Madisonville post noting that officers from the state police drug enforcement special investigations unit west assisted.
Though many years have past since D-Day took place, the stories and legacies of soldiers who served in World War II are being remembered and honored by today’s soldiers through espirit de corps.
1-32nd Cavalry Regiment Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Paul Taylor says he is proud to be a part of a unit that helped end World War II.