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News for December 30th

Hardin Co. EMS Medical Director dies after COVID-19 battle

The passing of Hardin county’s EMS service’s medical director was highlighted during Governor Andy Beshear’s briefing this week. It had been announced last week that Dr. Donald Miller had passed away after a battle with covid-19 at bowling green medical center. Hardin county EMS had announced his passing last week on a Facebook post.

EIS looking to fill board vacancy

Ahead of the new year, a position on the Elizabethtown board of education is open. The district announced in a Facebook post this week that it would be seeking an individual to fill the vacancy until the regular election in November of this coming year. The position does have a few baseline requirements: you must be 24 years of age, be a registered voter within the school district and precinct, as well as completing the annual in-service training. Those interested are directed to contact the Elizabethtown board of education.

Casa looking for 90 Miles participants

Casa of the Heartland is looking for more help with the 90 miles in their shoes program. Organizers are almost at their goal of participant, with 62 of the hopeful 90 volunteers are signed up for the event. More information can be found on casa’s website.

3 arrested after WK Parkway pursuit

3 individuals were arrested after a high-speed pursuit on the Western Kentucky parkway Monday night. Authorities were called to a residence off of Shrewsbury road in reference to suspected theft of firearms from parked cars. The suspects were confronted as they sped away, beginning a pursuit that would wind through Leitchfield and onto the eastbound lanes of the Western Kentucky parkway. Kentucky state police would assist in the pursuit, deploying stop sticks that brought the vehicle to a stop. The three suspects were removed from the car, identified as 19-year old Andrew j Singer of Louisville and 18-year old Taylor tucker. The third suspect, a juvenile, was released to her mother. Both were charged with a litany of theft related offenses, with singer being charged with fleeing or evading police, as well as wanton endangerment 1st. Both were lodged in the Grayson county detention center.

Feeding America, city sponsored event wraps up today

Today marks the final day this week for the mobile food pantry in Elizabethtown.

Director of Marketing Jamie Thomas

The event starts at 9 am at the Elizabethtown sports park and is open to all Elizabethtown residents.

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