House Bill 46, sponsored by Representative, Brandon Reed of Hodgenville, would require schools to display the National Motto a prominent location in public Elementary and secondary schools. The Senate has sent legislation requiring the display of “In God We Trust” to the Governor’s desk.
The Elizabethtown Police Department has been getting reports of a scam call in the area. Although numbers may be different, the phone number reported was (270)201-5888. The callers say that they are with an organization called Representing Home Owners. They asked “can you hear me?” This may be a scam where they attempt to record your voice in order to use it for the purposes of identity theft. Just hang up and don’t respond.
A Central Hardin High School student was surprised last week. United States Representative, Brett Guthrie, presented senior Jackson Flanagan with his Acceptance into the U.S. Naval Academy.
Central Kentucky students needing to fulfill their graduated driver licensing requirement, can register for a class that will be held tomorrow at Central Hardin High School from 4pm-8pm. This event is brought to Central Hardin by Kentucky Safe Driver, Alive-25 program. You can register by going to kentuckysafedrvier.com or call 502-699-2295.
A Federal Judge issued a temporary restraining order to block the Fetal Heartbeat Bill. Media sources say the American Civil Liberties Union was in court to challenge the measure after the Bill was signed into law by Governor Matt Bevin Friday. The Bill would require anyone seeking an abortion to first determine if a fetal heartbeat is detectable. This is the 2nd legal challenge added to a lawsuit filed Thursday. The other is against a Bill passed by Legislators on Wednesday that would ban abortions for women seeking to end their pregnancies because of gender, race, or disability of the fetus.