The fundraising group for the local Minority Economic Development Initiative will host one of its largest fundraisers tomorrow.
The annual Movers and Shakers Tasters Luncheon will be from 11 to 1 tomorrow at the War Memorial building, as described by MEDI Director Henry Snorton.
Snorton says the Movers and Shakers have helped MEDI develop into a regional program to assist minorities and females who want to start a small business.
Tickets to the luncheon are eight dollars per person and can be purchased at the door.
Details have been released on the motorcycle wreck that injured a retired Emergency Communications Center dispatcher yesterday.
The report from the Christian County Sheriff’s Office says 51-year old Danny Comperry of Hart Road, Crofton was northbound on Dawson Springs Road near the 3000 block around 5:20pm when an object fell off a pickup driven by his wife directly in front of him.
Comperry attempted to swerve to avoid the object, but lost control of his bike and turned it over. He was taken by ambulance to Jennie Stuart Medical Center for injuries to his head, hand and knee.
Comperry’s retirement from the ECC only became official this week.
An elderly Hopkinsville man was arrested on his second DUI charge in the last five years after he allegedly caused a wreck that injured a man Wednesday evening.
Kentucky State Police investigated the two-vehicle wreck at the North Main Street-Hilltop Drive intersection around 7pm.
A news release says 82-year old Paul Drury of Hopkinsville turned into the path of an oncoming vehicle driven by 56-year old James Torian of Hopkinsville and the two vehicles collided in the intersection.
Torian was taken by ambulance to Jennie Stuart Medical Center for treatment of his injuries, while Drury was arrested and charged with DUI, driving with an open alcohol container in his vehicle and failure to maintain insurance.
Police say both men were wearing their seat belt.
Hopkinsville Police arrested a man accused of stealing an expensive television yesterday.
The arrest card for 37-year old Torey Christian says he was arrested at 303 Bryan Street, where he reportedly admitted to stealing the 55-inch flatscreen from 305 Bryan earlier in the week.
Police say the television was recovered from Christian’s bedroom and returned to its owner. Christian was charged with receiving stolen property and lodged in the Christian County Jail.
A wreck on the Pennyrile Parkway in Hopkins County last night sent a Madisonville woman to the hospital.
The incident happened around 6:20, according to Kentucky State Police, who say 28-year old Jessica Bailey of Madisonville was northbound when she ran into the back of a trailer pulled by a pickup driven by 69-year old Jerry Durban of Clay.
Ms. Bailey lost control of her car and ran into the median, before hitting a guard rail and coming to rest in the median. Durban was able to stop his vehicle on the shoulder of the road.
Ms. Bailey was taken by ambulance to Regional Medical center, while Durban and his passengers went uninjured. Everyone involved was wearing a seat belt.