Man killed in Radcliff ID’d
With a death investigation now ruled a homicide, Radcliff police have released the name of the man found dead on New Years Eve last week.
Police had initially revealed that Dziekan had knocked on several doors before apparently succumbing to his injuries. Police are still investigating, and ask that anyone with information contact Radcliff police.
Meade Co. students head back virtually today
While most area schools returned to virtual instruction Monday morning, Meade county students will do so today.
The district says they hope to begin in-person instruction for k-6th grade next week, with 7th-12th beginning on the 25th.
Lawrenceburg man arrested after alleged strangulation, assault
A Lawrenceburg man was arrested Monday, nearly a month after he was accused of strangulation. According to arrest citations, police were dispatched to a residence off of Darby Woods Drive in Radcliff on December 6th in reference to a disturbance. When officers arrived, they found the victim with what appeared to have bite marks and injuries. The victim told police that her child’s father, Dylan Cary, had allegedly put her in a choke hold outside the residence, in addition to biting her several times. The victim says she was able to get inside the residence when Cary attacked her again, biting her again as well as striking her. Cary fled the residence when he saw police lights approaching. Cary was arrested and charged with strangulation 1st degree, as well as terroristic threatening and criminal abuse. He is lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center.
CKCF begins annual “Scholarship Central” for students
A new year brings with it renewed opportunities for area students looking to attend college. Central Kentucky Community Foundation’s annual Scholarship Central portal is now open.
The deadline to complete applications and submit is march 1st. More information, as well as signups, can be found on the Central Kentucky Community Foundation website.
KY General Assembly gavels in new session today
Today marks the beginning of this year’s Kentucky General Assembly, and the issue at the heart of this short session will be the state, and Governor Andy Beshear’s response, to covid-19. Many lawmakers have pre-filed bills in the past few months, hoping to reign in what they say is too much power for a governor. Republicans own a supermajority in both chambers, meaning this session will likely be a conservative-heavy agenda. The body will meet for a total of 30 working days, stretching from today until March. The legislature will also have to approve another yearly budget, as covid-19 cut short last year’s session.
CASA campaign signup ends today
Today marks the final day for signups for CASA of the Heartland’s 90 miles in their shoes campaign. The virtual event is designed to raise awareness about children who are waitlisted for a CASA volunteer.
As of this morning, the organization says they are just a few spots away from meeting their goal of 90. More information can be found by going to CASA of the Heartland’s website.