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News for October 2

Man arrested after murder in LaRue County

Police have arrested a man they believe was involved in a LaRue County murder. It all began when Kentucky State Police say they were contacted by local authorities after a shooting in Hodgenville Wednesday.

Trooper Scotty Sharp

Officials quickly named Timothy Hedges as a person of interest. Sharp says authorities located and arrested hedges in Breckinridge County late Thursday night.

Event that draws attention to Domestic Violence being held in Elizabethtown this week

With October marking Domestic Violence Awareness month, a walk to draw attention to the cause is being held at Freeman Lake Park this weekend.

Spokesperson Linda Funk says the group will be set up near the park’s tennis courts. No fee is required, though donations, which go to Springhaven, are welcome.

E’town Public Works facility named after longtime employee

Roughly 2 months after setting up shop, the new Public Works facilities in Elizabethtown were officially opened yesterday, and with a surprise. The administration building was named after Charlie Bryant, a former city engineer and longtime city administrator.

The $2.8 million project for Public Works was completed this year after several years of construction.

Trump, First Lady test positive for COVID-19

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for covid-19. It was announced by the President on Twitter last night that he and the First Lady had tested positive. A statement from the President’s doctor says they are both doing well and are isolating in the White House. Doctor Conley says he expects the President to continue to carry on his duties without disruption.

BHH hosting flu shot clinic this weekend

Baptist Health Hardin will be offering a flu vaccine clinic this Saturday, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Physician Doug Ansert also notes that even perfectly healthy people can suffer from extreme complications from the flu, and that the vaccine is the best way to prevent such difficulties.

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