A team of students from Central Hardin High School won the 2019 Altec Innovation Challenge. Presentations, judging, and awards were held Friday at the Historic State Theatre, with the winning team receiving $10,000 to implement their idea. The Central Hardin team’s winning idea, which they will implement starting in January, is to create a raised bed garden system to produce food for those in need in the community. The team received some unexpected gifts as well, as Altec gave each student on the team $100 Amazon gift cards, and anonymous donors gave them $1000 scholarships to ECTC.
Kentucky State Police Post 4 will kick off their annual Cram the Cruiser food drive today. There will be a cruiser stationed at the old post on North Mulberry where people can drop off canned goods. Helping Hand of Hope is a partner for this event. They will also be accepting monetary donations, and those wishing to write a check should make them payable to Kentucky State Police Post 4.
Fort Knox will be holding a public meeting to provide information regarding the Fort Knox Compatible Use Plan. The meeting will take place tonight at the Meade County Courthouse from 5 PM to 7 PM. The meeting will seek to provide information and obtain public feedback in order to best help Fort Knox and surrounding communities.
The North Hardin High School Trojans football team defeated McCracken County by a score of 38-2 to win the regional championship. The Trojans next game will be this Friday where they will take on the Trinity Shamrocks at North Hardin.
Severns Valley Baptist Church is putting together their Youth Basketball League. The next registration and evaluation will be Saturday December 7th from 9AM- 11AM. The cost to join the league is $65 and is open to everyone regardless of church membership. For more information, contact the church, or follow SV Basketball on Facebook.