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News for April 13

For 29 years Hardin County Habitat for Humanity has been revitalizing neighborhoods and building affordable housing for low-income families in Hardin County. They continued their mission through the pandemic and are looking for volunteers. There are no specific skills required to volunteer, for more information call the Hardin County Restore or Hardin County Habitat at 270-360-9900

Governor Andy Beshear announced his Team Kentucky Vaccination Challenge Monday. Beshear said just over 900,000 more Kentuckians need to get what he calls the “shot of hope” before the restrictions will be lifted.

Kentucky Transportation Department District 4 spokesperson Chris Jesse gives an update on the construction on 31w in Elizabethtown The next phase 2 B is expected to begin later this month.

It’s National Telecommunications Appreciation week and KSP is recognizing the 2019 Civilian Employee of the Year award recipient, Jodi Shacklette. Jodi served at Post 4 in Elizabethtown as a communications training officer and was a 25 year veteran of the agency and retired in 2020.

Etown City Council met Monday night and they discussed the demolition and reconstruction of Funtopia playground. The City plans to build a brand new, fully inclusive ADA accessible Funtopia for the public.

Government Officials have recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 and the FDA announced today that they are reviewing 6 reported cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot. The Agencies say 6.8 million doses have been administered in the US officials say these adverse reactions are extremely rare and are continuing to investigate these cases.

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