The Trigg County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting another informative meeting this week to talk about crime and how local citizens can protect themselves from criminals.
The Canton Community meeting will take place Thursday, March 29th at 6 p.m. at the East Golden Pond Fire Department.
Sheriff Ray Burnam says local law enforcement officials will be discussing various topics including drug activity.
Sheriff Burnam says Thursday's meeting will be a great way for residents to find out about what’s happening in their community and a chance for them to express their concerns to law enforcement officials in a safe and friendly environment.
Again, the Trigg County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting a Canton Community meeting Thursday, March 29th at 6 p.m. at the East Golden Pond Fire Department.
The Christian County Animal Shelter has had enormous success using Facebook as a method to find homes for animals this year and another local agency is hoping to use social media to meet its goals.
The Pennyrile Regional Citizen Corps Council is using a Facebook page to promote disaster preparedness. The organization made up of emergency managers, neighborhood watch leaders and others from the nine county area is posting a “Preparedness Tip of the Day” as a reminder of what the average citizen can do to be ready in case the worst happens.
You can click here to like the council's page.
The Hopkinsville Fire Department can better respond to fires and other emergencies after a 2012 Pierce ladder fire truck was delivered to the main station this morning.
Official local historian William Turner was on hand to take pictures of the occasion and said the city has come a long way since the first motorized fire trucks were delivered to the city 93 years ago via rail.
Turner says it took a while to prove to citizens that the engines could actually get to fires faster than horse teams because the animals had been trained so well to get to their destinations so quickly.
Fire Chief Fagan Pace says the committee tasked to choose a new truck put together all of the needs they had and requested them on one truck.
Chief Pace says the new truck has more capabilities than older equipment and it’s more importantly safer than any other truck already owned by the force.
The Christian County Sheriff’s Office investigated a nearly 7 thousand dollar burglary in north Christian County over the weekend.
A shop at 6320 Old Madisonville Road was broken into sometime early Friday morning when the perpetrator cut a lock to get inside.
The burglar took a welder, tool box full of tools, four sets of shop lights, two sets of trailer lights, four sets of wheels valued at $1,800, a $975 generator, a $560 racing helmet, a welding helmet and several other items totaling just under $7,000.
The shop owner’s wife—43-year old Laura Johnson of Donna Drive—told police that someone drove by in a black four door sedan and yelled “thank you” after deputies had cleared the scene Friday afternoon.
No suspects are listed on the report, but the case remains under investigation.
Todd County Judge-Executive Darryl Greenfield and Hopkinsville Community College President Doctor Jim Selbe went to Frankfort together last week to lobby for a regional training facility in Elkton.
This year’s session is almost over and the budget is tight, but Judge Greenfield says it was still important to meet with leadership in Frankfort to ask for $2.5 million in funding to put the Hopkinsville Community College operated center on the campus of Todd County Central High School.
Judge Greenfield says everyone they spoke to was receptive to the idea and he’s glad they went and built relationships.
The center is part of the Southern Pennyrile Chamber Alliance’s top six priorities for the General Assembly, as officials believe such a center would help Todd County residents become better prepared for employment at Hemlock Semi-Conductor or spin-off industries which could be created.