Alcohol regulatory fees in Elizabethtown saw a slight decrease in 2014 with a change to the city’s regulatory fee while alcohol-related calls for service to city police remained comparable to previous years.
A missing Bigfoot statue made its return home around 6:15 Tuesday night.
Rita Day, who reported her three-foot tall concrete Bigfoot statue missing following a big snow event in February, said a man dropped the statue off at their home Tuesday. The chestnut brown-stained statue is valued between $75-100.
An Afghanistan veteran who was shot and killed by police Sunday after firing a gun at the Kroger on Towne Drive was likely having trouble adjusting to civilian life, according to a former battle buddy.
An Elizabethtown mother and daughter were arrested Wednesday night and charged with felony theft after concealing more than $600 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s in two purses, according to their arrest citations.
A Hodgenville woman has filed a civil suit against city officials, alleging they caused her “great humiliation, embarrassment, mental anguish, mental and emotional pain and suffering, and damage to her reputation and character.”