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When Mike Purchis retired from a 40-year career in retail last year, he intended it to be the end of his working days.
That didn’t happen.
“This opportunity came up,” Purchis said.
The family of a man shot dead by Elizabethtown police officers last month has hired an attorney who is calling for a “fair and thorough” investigation into the fatal incident.
A commercial vehicle with an oversized load had to back up nearly seven miles on Interstate 65, blocking northbound traffic about two hours late Tuesday afternoon.
Although Wayne Barnes has retired from a 46-year career in automotive mechanical work, he doesn’t expect his hands to stay clean for long.
“I may piddle with stuff on the side some,” he said. “...I ain’t happy unless I’m a little dirty.”
Officials from St. Stephens Baptist Church will meet with elected officers in Radcliff today ahead of the church’s acquisition of the former Gloryland Harvest Church building.
A Radcliff Police Department patrol officer was arrested Wednesday afternoon and faces two felony charges after police say he assaulted his spouse.
Terry A. Moore, 51, of the 3400 block of Thomas Road in Rineyville, was arrested around 5 p.m.
Elizabethtown officials are holding an open house of sorts to rid a house set for demolition of items the public may want.
A residence known as the Garnett House will be open from noon to 1:30 p.m. Saturday for the public to come in and bid on fixtures, said Robert Bush, the city’s stormwater director.
For the second time in nine days, Interstate 65 traffic was delayed by a tractor-trailer forced to travel backward after encountering narrow lanes in a construction zone.
Calvin Miles has never worked a day in his life.
Although Miles has held the same position at the same company for 50 years, he said it’s not really work he does.
“I can say I enjoy it as much today as I did when I started,” he said.
A Louisville man accepted a rocket docket plea agreement after police say he stole a woman’s iPhone 5 which remained missing until he called the woman from the phone.
Tony Gene Wilson, 38, allegedly took the cell phone while in a truck with its owner earlier this month, according to a warrant for his arrest.
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