The weather could cause some problems, but Elkton Harvest Fest is scheduled to conclude Saturday with its biggest day.
Festivities will begin at 9am on the Historic Square, with Debra Sale listing off some of Saturday’s events.
Ms. Sale says attendees can expect to see some local performers to get on the stage with the aforementioned talent.
Carnival rides will also be set up at the old Elkton Die Cast Property and events will conclude at 3pm.
The seventh annual Bark in the Park is set for tomorrow, with prizes to be presented to winning dogs.
The Pennyrile Elder Abuse Council presents the annual event, which includes a 15 dollar entry fee for the first dog and 10 dollars for any additional dog. Registration will begin at 11 at Ruff Park and the contest starts at noon. Prizes will be presented to first, second and third place winners.
All dogs must be on a leash and owners are responsible for pets’ behavior and cleanup. Anyone wanting more information should call 719-9799.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating a break-in at Blazer Bingo on Skyline Drive.
Someone forced their way inside the facility operated by University Heights Academy sometime between 11pm Wednesday and 6:20am Thursday, according to Officer Jerry Marcum’s report.
The perpetrator got away with a safe containing 19-hundred dollars, with no suspects listed on the report.
A Hopkinsville man accused of assaulting a woman who was behind the wheel yesterday was arrested on wanton endangerment charges.
Police arrived at East First and Main just after 2pm and determined that 31-year old Derrick Newman had been in an argument with 41-year old Roxanne Lane—who was driving the vehicle both were in.
Newman reportedly got out to walk, but then got back in and allegedly assaulted Ms. Lane, causing her to lunge into the intersection with Main. No wreck ensued, but Newman was arrested and charged with first degree wanton endangerment and lodged in the Christian County Jail.
A woman was cited into court on Bryan Street yesterday for allegedly forcing a child to live in filthy conditions.
Officers were dispatched to an apartment at 309 Bryan just before 2 yesterday afternoon to settle a dispute between a landlord and tenant. The tenant—37-year old Dawn Boganwright of Hopkinsville—had custody of a child and Officer Robert Sibal asked to see inside the residence.
Officer Sibal writes on the citation that the floor was covered in animal waste and urine, trash and cigarette butts. He writes that the smell of ammonia, mold and mildew was so strong that he couldn’t stay inside long enough at one time to take all of the photos he needed.
Neighbors told police they heard the child coughing through the night. The child was removed from Boganwright’s home by social workers and she was cited into court on endangering the welfare of a minor charges.