As the sun beat down Sunday afternoon and high humidity made it seem hotter than it already was, a group of family, friends and neighbors of Kevin and Annette Smith helped move the Smith’s belongings from their fire-damaged house on Charlotte Circle into a detached garage for storage.
The owner of Mac’s Mowing and Tree Service took the opportunity during the public comments portion of the Radcliff City Council meeting Monday to issue a challenge to the members: Come join his crew during a limb pick up in the city.
The criminal trial for former Hodgenville Mayor Terry Cruse and former City Clerk MaDonna Hornback has been moved.
In an order, LaRue Circuit Court Judge Charles Simms granted a change of venue moving the trial to Nelson County. Other proceedings in the case will remain in LaRue County. The trial is set for Nov. 10.
In its work session Monday afternoon, Elizabethtown Executive Assistant Charlie Bryant presented a speed study to city council for Meadow Lane, a road situated between Elizabethtown Christian Academy and Morningside Elementary School.
A route has been selected for the Ring Road extension to Interstate 65 and U.S. 31W. Letters could be distributed as soon as this week to property owners impacted by the plans and the transportation cabinet plans to conduct a public meeting next month.
All local high school students, public, private and home-schooled are encouraged to attend the Open House today at 6:30 p.m. at the Justice Center. Students and parents will learn about the Teen Court program and see a mock trial by former students.
For more information contact Judge Shumate at 270-766-5004.
When Kathy Davis addressed the court Tuesday on behalf of her granddaughter, Alexis Taylor, 1, she wanted Judge Ken Howard to know she did not agree with the plea offer the child’s father, Shane Jenkins, was offered.