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October 31, 2019

The Elizabethtown Police Department responded to a call of a child being hit by a car near Morningside Elementary School. When officers arrived, the girl was treated by Hardin County EMS, and did not need transport to a medical facility. Reportedly, the student was only bumped by the vehicle, and crews cleared the scene a little after 8 AM.

The Brandenburg Police Department has made several arrests after a video of a September 29th fight surfaced. Charges have been filed on several adults, and one juvenile. Two individuals, Lisa Rowland and Alyssa Triplett, have been arrested, and there are warrants out on several other people. Rowland serves as a bus driver for the district, but was not on duty at the time of the incident. The investigation is ongoing.

Elizabethtown Community and Technical College welcomed their new Director of Recruitment this week, as Sarah Berkshire stepped into the role. Berkshire comes to ECTC with experience from Heartland Communications Consultants, various media outlets, and a global advertising agency.

United Way of Central Kentucky will be presenting the iPay 5K this weekend. Registration for the race is $25 in advance, or $35 on the day of. The race will begin at 8 AM in Downtown Elizabethtown

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