Two vehicles were reported stolen from Fort Campbell Boulevard businesses in recent days under completely different circumstances.
The most recent theft took place yesterday morning just before 11 at Car Outlet at 2206 Fort Campbell Boulevard, where Mollie Spain told police someone stole a 10-thousand dollar Honda Odyssey some time between Friday evening and yesterday morning.
No suspects are listed on the report.
The other incident was reported by Genise Guynn-Day of Hopkinsville, who said she rented a vehicle from Enterprise Rent-A-Car on July 5th. She said she rented the 9-thousand dollar Toyota Corolla for another person under the understanding they would return it, which was never done.
Organizers with the second annual Little Green Men Days Festival unveiled a large man-made flying saucer this afternoon, and they say it will surely attract hundreds of people to this year’s event.
Over a dozen people attended the big reveal, with everyone saying they were impressed with the life-size UFO.
16-year old American Idol Finalist, Kayla Nettles of Nashville who also witnessed the unveiling, says she is thrilled to have another opportunity to perform at the festival.
Montgomery County officials say questionable accounting practices led to the firing of County Animal Control Director, Karen Josephson early this morning.
Communications Director Elizabeth Black says Josephson’s termination was effective immediately and that daily operations of the department will continue and an interim director will be appointed until the position is filled.
Mrs. Black says Josephson was relieved of her position due to failure to perform the essential functions of a department head.
Josephson’s termination was announced today after a state audit revealed accounting irregularities where an undisclosed amount of money was missing from the department’s funds.
An Indiana based moving and storage company recently collected thousands of baby items for expecting military spouses and a Hopkinsville native says she is proud to be a part of an organization that gives back to the military.
Atlas Van Lines Marketing Specialist, Sarah Whitaker says over 4-thousand baby items were collected from July 28th and July 1st and was delivered to mothers-to-be at YMCA boutique at Fort Campbell on Friday.
Traffic fatalities in Tennessee have dramatically increased this year compared to last year with law enforcement agencies across the region taking a proactive approach in an effort to reduce the numbers.
Since January, Tennessee Highway Patrol reports that there were 531 fatal wrecks, compared to a total of 493 last year.
THP’s latest figures also show 74 motorcyclists have died on state roadways, compared to a total of 64 deaths during the same time period last year.
409 out of the 531 fatal wrecks this year involved passenger vehicles.
In Clarksville, Public Information Officer Jim Knoll says the number of fatalities that occurred this year are about to exceed last year’s numbers.