Two people have been identified in a Larue County death investigation. Kentucky State Police say that Nicole Murray of New Haven, 39, and Brittany Wilson of Louisville, 33. Murray is believed to have been killed in a domestic situation at the residence, while Wilson, whose body was found dismembered in a freezer on the premises, was determined to have been killed in Louisville sometime before July 22nd. The victim inside of the mobile home has yet to be indentified. No further details have been released at this time, and the investigation is ongoing.
Diecks Drive in Elizabethtown, which has been closed since earlier this year, has a hopeful timeframe for reopening. Spokesperson Michael Page said in a City Council meeting from this Monday that the potential completion date is slated to be sometime in September. The next step in the process is returning to work on the sanitary sewer main.
Hardin County Schools will be hosting a Facebook Live video tomorrow at 10 A.M. to answer questions regarding back to school season. Hardin County Schools spokesperson John Wright acknowledges that parents with students transitioning from elementary to middle school or middle school to high school will have multiple questions regarding this rather challenging time, and Wright hopes that the video will help answer these questions. The video will also be broadcast at a later time on HCEC-TV.
The Meade County Fair is past the halfway point, but shows no sign of slowing down. Events for tonight include the Garden Tractor Pull, 4-H/FFA Auction, and the Mud Sling. Rides open at 3 P.M. tonight. Tickets are $12 and include all rides and events for the evening. More information, including a full events schedule, can be found online at meadekyfair.com.