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September 11, 2019

18th District of Kentucky Representative Tim Moore has given Governor Matt Bevin his formal resignation. Moore officially resigned on Tuesday afternoon in order to take on a ministry role. Governor Bevin accepted Moore’s resignation, and announced the special election to fill this seat will be held concurrent with the November 5th elections.

A Louisville man was arrested after harassing his girlfriend at her Elizabethtown home. Officers with the Elizabethtown Police Department apprehended John Wilson Monday afternoon. Wilson had been banned from his girlfriend’s residence, but was there yelling obscenities about a cell phone the two had shared. Wilson had attempted to walk away from police when questioned, and resisted the arrest, wrapping his legs around an officer’s leg, refusing to let go. Wilson was charged with harassment, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest.

The Hardin Memorial Health Foundation Board of Directors has added a new member to their ranks. Angela Ballard was voted into the position earlier this week. Ballard, a resident of Bardstown, is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse at HMH Medical Group’s Bardstown Family Medical Center. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree from Spalding University in Louisville.

The annual Radcliff Days Parade will be taking place this weekend, in collaboration with the Radcliff Cultural Festival. The parade will begin at 10 AM, and will end in the Radcliff Shopping Plaza parking lot. Applications for the parade are still being accepted, and can be found at Radcliff.org. There are expected to be 50-60 entries in this year’s parade.