North Drive Middle School will host a Fall Festival Friday afternoon, with plenty of fun activities scheduled.
An email says the event will run from 5 until 7 and will include a chili supper, cake walk and the telling of the Bell Witch story by Official Local Historian William Turner.
There will also be a book fair, face painting, a haunted house and dance room. A silent auction will be held featuring baskets that are described as great for Christmas presents.
Parents can also pick up their child’s report card that night.
This is the last week in the State Senate for Senate President David Williams, who will step down to take a Circuit Judge seat he was appointed to by Governor Steve Beshear.
Senator Williams was recently interviewed about the change of career and said he’s always wanted to go back to the justice system.
At the age of 59, Senator Williams says the time just felt right to accept his long-time rival’s nomination and make the change.
Friday will mark the end of a 27-year career in Frankfort for Williams.
Eight children and one adult were injured in a school bus versus deer wreck between Hopkinsville and Crofton this morning.
Christian County Sheriff’s Deputy Adam Vanderkolk says Kenneth Buckner of Crofton was driving the bus when the incident happened around 7am on Madisonville Road near the Covered Wagon Road intersection.
Deputy Vanderkolk says the eight students and bus monitor were all taken to Jennie Stuart for minor injuries.
Deputy Vanderkolk said every student who complained of pain was taken to Jennie Stuart Medical Center.
Madisonville Road was completely shut down for about a half hour while the scene was cleared and the injured children were taken to the hospital.
The Christian County SHeriff's Office and EMS responded to the scene of a school bus versus deer wreck on Madisonville Road near the Covered Wagon Road intersection just after 7 this morning. Only minor injuries have been reported. We'll have more information as it becomes available.
Some trick-or-treaters have scares that have nothing to do with ghosts and goblins. The fun-time event can produce health scares.
Doctors report kids in emergency rooms for allergic reactions to costumes, plastic swords, tiaras, and face paint.
Fog machines in haunted houses cause sneezing and itchy eyes. Parents are urged to use caution in how their kids are dressed and accessories they carry while seeking treats.