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January 3rd, 2020

New Kentucky Attorney General and Hardin County native Daniel Cameron is calling for the FBI to investigate the pardons issued by former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin before leaving office. According to various media sources, Cameron sent a letter requesting the investigation, saying, “While Kentucky’s Constitution gives the Governor the power to pardon a person convicted of a crime, I believe the pardon power should be used sparingly and only after great deliberation with due concern for public safety.”

The Elizabethtown Police Department is seeking information regarding an unidentified suspect. The woman, who is pictured in a photo on the Elizabethtown Police Department’s Facebook page, is wearing blue scrubs and has an ID tag turned away from the camera. Any information should be directed to the Elizabethtown Police Department.

The Elizabethtown Police Department responded to a possible domestic incident shortly before 1 AM on Thursday at the 1800 block of North Miles Street. When officers arrived, they found Everette Chancellor, 37, bleeding from the head and arms. The victim on the scene stated that Chancellor had kicked in the door to his apartment, saying he was looking for a cell phone. Then, he and the victim began to fight. While the two were fighting outside, the rear window of an SUV was broken, leaving Chancellor with cuts on his head and arms. He was taken to Hardin Memorial Hospital once EMS arrived. While in the hospital receiving treatment, Chancellor threatened to kill the victim when he got out, and stated that he was going to shoot the victim with a handgun. Chancellor was charged with burglary, assault, and terroristic threatening, among other charges. He is lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center.

After nearly a year of meeting with district administrators, staff, parents, students, and community members, a strategic plan for Hardin County Schools was presented to the Hardin County Board of Education at their board meeting held on December 19th. The plan outlines four commitments that will help the district meet their goals. The plan was presented to the Board of Education at their December 19th meeting.

The Central Kentucky Community Foundation is seeking to help college bound high school students with over 160 scholarships becoming available. There are more than $400,000 in scholarships available. Applications are now being accepted, and can be submitted to ckcf4people.org. The deadline to apply is midnight on March 1st.

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