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Cave City Police arrests 2 following traffic stop, vehicle search

CAVE CITY, Ky. (WBKO) - Two men were arrested Friday following a traffic stop and search in Cave City. Xander Houchens, 18, was charged with careless driving, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of a substance, second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (10 dosage units of hallucinogens), trafficking in marijuana, possession of marijuana and buying or possessing drug paraphernalia.
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One pound of marijuana, hallucinogenics seized during traffic stop

CAVE CITY — Officers arrested two young men Friday after they allegedly possessed drugs inside a vehicle. Officer J. Childress with Cave City Police saw a vehicle driving “erratically and swerving” along Happy Valley Road, according to a news release. The officer conducted a traffic stop and smelled an alleged marijuana odor.
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Police asking for help identifying suspects accused of breaking into vehicles in Munfordville, stealing many items

The Hart County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help identifying two suspects accused of breaking into vehicles. Hart County Sheriff Jeff Wilson said that earlier this month, deputies responded to Interstate Plaza Road in Munfordville and Riverside Animal Clinic at 805 South Dixie Highway after “several vehicles” were broken into with a “variety of items stolen from inside the vehicles.”

Preliminary voter turnout numbers released in Barren County

GLASGOW — The Barren County Clerk’s Office has released preliminary voter turnout results from last week’s early voting. Two types of voting were held – early excused and early unexcused. Early excused voting was held May 4 – May 11, and early unexcused was held May 12 – 14.
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Buffalo shootings bring back painful memories in Jeffersontown

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - Three years and seven months has passed since a hate-filled gunman tried unsuccessfully to enter the doors of the predominantly Black church First Baptist Church of Jeffersontown. The insecurity from that brush with danger has never gone away. “It triggers a whole another conversation about how...
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Sailplane competitors soar in Elizabethtown

Sounds of small motors filled the air at the Hardin County Radio Control Modelers Field, in an effort to soar through the air as long as possible. About 28 pilots from 10 states competed in Elizabethtown over the weekend at a nationally sanctioned F5J Sailplane Contest hosted by the Louisville Area Soaring Society.
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Todd Yancey living his dream at Elizabethtown Sports Park

Todd Yancey grew up outside of Philadelphia but found his way to Elizabethtown via the sports park. About eight years ago, Yancey reconnected with his high school baseball coach who had a vision to build a sports park near Branson, Missouri. Yancey eventually became the general manger of Ballparks of America there.

Hosparus Health, others to host free community event May 19

GLASGOW, Ky. (WBKO) - Hosparus Health of Barren River will host “Golden Tips for Your Golden Years,” on Thursday, May 19 beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Parkview Event Center in Glasgow. The event is free to attend and will also have presentations from organizations co hosting the...

Richardsville Fire Department celebrates 50 years!

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – 50 years ago, five men met in a small garage in the Richardsville community and decided to start a volunteer fire department. Today, that department has grown much much larger. Over the weekend, the department celebrated their 50th anniversary with a cookout for the community.
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E’town tennis looks to carry conference momentum into region tournament

It’s been just under a month since the Elizabethtown tennis team posted an impressive showing at the Lincoln Heritage Conference Tournament. The program captured both the boys’ and girls’ team titles. This included 13 points for the boys’ team to finish six points ahead of runner-up Central Hardin, while the Lady Panthers won by virtue of a tiebreak based on percentage of games won over the Lady Bruins.

WCLU Radio to broadcast local election tabulations

GLASGOW — WCLU Radio will host its annual election night broadcast on Tuesday at 6 p.m. The broadcast continued throughout the pandemic, but spectators were not in attendance at the radio station. This year’s broadcast will be similar to prior years, which includes live coverage of election results, interviews with candidates and analysis of races.
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KSP: Fallen troopers honored during National Police Memorial Week

ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (WAVE) - Officials with Kentucky State Police Post 4 in Elizabethtown traveled to the gravesites of fallen troopers as Monday marked the final day of National Police Memorial Week. Wreaths were placed on the graves of fallen troopers in honor of the ultimate sacrifice made in service, the...

Preschooler gains attention for her stern warning to speeders

HODGENVILLE,Ky — Four-year-old Peyton Johnson has caught the attention of the Hodgenville Police Department for her stern warning to drivers that speed in her neighborhood. Four-year-old Peyton calls out speeders in her neighborhood. Her home faces a busy street in Hodgenville. The police department visited her after seeing the...

T.J. Regional Health facing contrast dye shortage, may delay MRIs and other tests

GLASGOW, Ky. – T.J. Regional Health said it’s being affected by a global shortage of intravenous contrast used for CT scans, MRIs and more. A release from T.J. Regional Health states the shortage of Omnipaque products, the intravenous contrast, stems from the recent COVID-19 surge in Shanghai, China. In addition to CT scans and MRIs, the contrast is also used in angiograms, cardiac catheterizations and more, according to the release.

Obituary: Brian D. Huntt, 43, Bardstown

Brian D. Huntt, 43, of Bardstown, died Thursday, May 12, 2022, at Jewish Hospital in Louisville. He was born March 24, 1979, in Bardstown. He was a self-employed construction worker. He loved fishing, hunting, baseball, and especially his children. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Jo Ann...

2 Grayson Co. residents selected to serve on board of new ECTC Foundation

Elizabethtown Community and Technical College (ECTC) announced on Thursday the launch of the ECTC Foundation. The Foundation, led by key stakeholders throughout the college’s 10-county service area, will focus on educating and engaging communities in collaborations that will help ECTC add greater value to the region, school officials said.
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Owens celebrate 69th anniversary

Clifford and Mary Lou Humes Owen of Hodgenville will celebrate their 69th wedding anniversary May 22, 2022. They were married May 22, 1953, in the Upton Baptist Church parsonage. Mr. Owen retired as a farmer and worked 25 years at Dow Corning. Mrs. Owen retired as a homemaker. They have...