A death investigation is underway after Radcliff Police responded to a call of shots fired at a Walmart around 10 o’clock Monday night. According to Captain Willie Wells, the body of an adult male was found when officers arrived on scene. No details as to the man’s identity have been released, and the investigation is ongoing.
The Brandenburg Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a suspect in a robbery that took place at the Valero at 1200 Bypass Road. The subject entered the store around 5 AM Monday morning, dressed in all black and a ski mask. The subject was carrying a rifle and demanded cash and the clerk’s purse. They then left in a dark blue four-door vehicle, possibly a Kia Optima, and fled down Old State Road towards the high school. Police say not to make contact with the subject, as they are armed and dangerous. Anyone with information should contact Brandenburg Police or Meade County Dispatch.
Nolin RECC announced yesterday that it will be retiring $2.4 million in capital credits. These credits are what is left over after expenses are paid and repairs from major outages and upticks in new construction projects are covered. These funds will be given to Nolin members. Members who received a capital credit allocation during 1990 or 2018 can expect to receive a bill credit or check in the mail in December or January. Members do not need to contact Nolin to receive their credit, but those responsible for a deceased member’s estate should call the RECC office.
The historic season of the North Hardin Trojans Football team came to an end over the weekend, but there is a lot of pride surrounding the team. Head coach Brent Thompson says the team was the first to go 10-0, and that the young men on the team have given them a lot to look forward to building on in the future. The Trojans were defeated in the state semifinals by the Trinity Shamrocks last Friday night.
Vine Grove’s annual Christmas Celebration will start this weekend. An auction will kick off the events on Thursday, but Friday night will be the largest event as they combine their Dickens of a Christmas with Light Up Downtown. The event will start at 5:30 PM and run until around 7. Mayor Pam Ogden says the event will be held no matter the weather.