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By DOUG PONDER
Landmark News Service
The Hodgenville City Council approved acting Chief Marcus Jackson as the city’s new police chief, following a resignation from former Chief Steve Johnson on Monday.
Hodgenville Mayor Kenny Devore nominated Jackson at Monday’s council the meeting to fill the position.
Exactly 170 days before Santa flies around the world delivering presents, Mrs. Claus will stop by Radcliff.
Maria Batistoni will dress as St. Nick’s better half Saturday when the Radcliff Woman’s Club hosts its third annual Christmas in July event, two days after a similar benefit in Elizabethtown.
Mitchell Henry has had a pretty momentous past few months.
To kick off his summer, he graduated from Western Kentucky University with a degree in physical education. He later topped that by marrying his fiancé, Madison Hayden, at the end of June.
While speaking in Radcliff Saturday, GOP gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin said he lived there 25 years ago when he was “stationed at Fort Knox for a time.”
The U.S. Army has no record placing Bevin there permanently during his four years on active duty, a spokesman from the U.S. Army’s Human Resources Command said.
A change of command ceremony will be held today on Fort Knox as a new garrison commander is installed.
Col. Stephen Aiton will replace Col. T.J. Edwards during a ceremony.
Aiton is a 25-year U.S. Army Adjutant General Corps officer and most recently served at Central Command in Tampa, Florida.
Two Hardin County state representatives are urging Gov. Steve Beshear to “take the handcuffs off” National Guard recruiters and put guns on their hips.
Bookings at the Hardin County Detention Center from 5 p.m. Saturday through 5 p.m. Sunday.
Twenty-four No. 2 pencils, 10 or 12 glue sticks, scissors, a black and white composition notebook, four packs of 24-count crayons, a pencil pouch, a clipboard, two pocket folders and headphones or earbuds.
Bookings at the Hardin County Detention Center from 5 p.m. Thursday through 5 p.m. Saturday.
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