Radcliff Police have identified the shooter in the death investigation that stemmed from a shooting at Wal-Mart Monday night. According to arrest citations, Kendall Lincoln of Elizabethtown allegedly shot the victim eight times with a .45 caliber handgun. Later, Lincoln admitted to stealing the victims handgun and promethazine after shooting him. The victim died as a result of the shooting, and Lincoln is lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center.
Fort Knox has been selected to host one of the Army’s new talent management initiatives called the Battalion Commander Assessment Program. The assessment will utilize a five day series of tests measuring physical and mental fitness for command and potential. The assessment is expected to bring around 800 army officers to the post over a five-to-six week period throughout January and February.
Magnolia Bank has surprised several local non-profit organizations with monetary donations. Six non-profits were up for vote for patrons of Magnolia Bank, and $10,000 was distributed based on the vote results. The six non-profits were the Community Health Clinic, Helping Hand of Hope, Mission Hope for Kids, Warm Blessings, the Kelly Dean Sanders Memorial Fund, and Shepherd’s Pie. The donations were made in honor of the 100th birthday of Magnolia Bank.