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LOCAL NEWS Archives for 2022-10

Injury Accident In Metcalfe County Investigated by KSP

CITY, Ky. (May 18, 2020) – The Kentucky State Police investigated a two-vehicle injury collision on KY 90 near Summer Shade on Monday around 10:05 a.m. CT.

 

Preliminary investigation indicates a 2016 Toyota being operated by 42-year-old Robert Amback of Crestwood, was traveling East on KY 90 at a slow speed.  A 2005 Kenworth truck operated by 55-year-old Gary Dile of Greensburg was traveling East on KY 90 following Amback attempted to pass, while Dile was passing, Amback chose to make a left turn onto Pitcock Road into the path of Dile resulting in the collision.

Amback and Dile were both wearing their seat belts.  The Barren-Metcalfe EMS with non-life threatening injuries transported both to T.J. Samson Hospital in Glasgow. 

 

The Kentucky State Police arrested Amback, charged him with Operating a Motor Vehicle under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs, and lodged in the Barren County Jail.

Sergeant Randall Honeycutt investigated the collision, and assisted by the Metcalfe Co Sheriff’s Office, Barren-Metcalfe EMS, and Summer Shade Fire Department.

Lt. Gov. Coleman Announces More Than $16 Million in Funding to Central Kentucky Communities

CAMPBELLSVILLE / GREENSBURG / MUNFORDVILLE, Ky. (Oct. 26, 2022) – Today, Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman delivered $16,595,296 in infrastructure and education funding to Green, Hart and Taylor counties. The funding comes through Gov. Andy Beshear’s Cleaner Water Program, his Better Schools Program, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and the Transportation Alternatives Program.

“Investments in our education and infrastructure, such as high-speed internet, clean water, roads and bridges, provide Kentucky a solid foundation for building tomorrow’s economy, today,” said Lt. Gov. Coleman. “What excites me, as a rural Kentuckian, is that opportunity is coming to all corners of the commonwealth.”

Green County
In Green County, the Lieutenant Governor awarded:

  • $6,738,200 to the Green County School District through the Better Schools Program, part of Gov. Beshear’s Better Kentucky Plan. The funding will be used to renovate and expand the Green County Area Technical Center, which serves more than 500 students. 
  • $1.7 million to the Green-Taylor Water District through the Cleaner Water Program, part of Gov. Beshear’s Better Kentucky Plan. Approximately 3,500 feet of waterline will be constructed to provide clean water to 76 unserved households for the first time, in Green, LaRue, Adair and Metcalfe counties.
  • $285,000 to the Green-Taylor Water District through the Cleaner Water Program. This will be used to rehabilitate the Summersville Booster Pump Station.
  • $116,820 to the Green-Taylor Water District through the Cleaner Water Program. This funding will be used to rehabilitate the Pikeview water storage tank located in the Gresham community.

“Today’s announcement is welcome news for Green County,” Green County Judge/Executive John Frank said. “Making sure people here have access to clean water is both the right and smart thing to do. These funds are going to help our community for decades.”

“We are thrilled to accept the Better Schools Program funding to be utilized for additions and renovations at the Green County Area Technology Center,” Green County Schools Superintendent Will Hodges said. “This funding will expand opportunities for the students of Green County and surrounding communities. Our district is one of 14 districts to receive a ‘very high’ rating on postsecondary readiness. This funding will continue to help us ensure that students leave our institution prepared for college or a career.”

Hart County
In Hart County, the Lieutenant Governor awarded:

  • $720,700 to Hart County through KYTC. This funding will be used to resurface portions of Davis Bend Road, Pleasant Hill Road, Dennison Ferry Road, Shelton Road, Sam Goodman Road, John Hornback Road, Commanche Drive, East Sullivan Road, BF Richardson Road and Cherokee Road.
  • $434,576 to the City of Horse Cave through TAP. New 6-foot sidewalks will be constructed along Main Street from Peebles Street to North Dixie Street. The sidewalks will be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act and improve safety and ease of transportation for several neighborhoods and the Greenwood apartment complex.

“Upgrading our local communities with higher quality roads provides access where businesses can grow and families can flourish,” Sen. David Givens of Greensburg said. “I’m delighted to see so many improvements in Hart County that will have a positive effect for our small business owners and their families.”

“I’m grateful that the Lieutenant Governor is bringing attention to how these projects will benefit Hart County,” Rep. Brandon Reed of Hodgenville said. “I am proud of the work our budget committee put into figuring out how we can make the biggest impact with every dollar we allocate and look forward to continuing that approach as Vice Chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee.”

“This funding is a game-changer for Hart County,” Hart County Judge/Executive Joe Choate said. “Making sure our roads are safe is a fundamental responsibility of government. Our road infrastructure is taking a big step forward because of today’s announcement.”

“I am truly elated about the announcement of the sidewalk grant awarded to Horse Cave,” Horse Cave Mayor Randall Curry said. “This will allow Horse Cave to replace sidewalks that are not compatible for motorized wheelchairs and improve the ability of walking traffic to be able to navigate on level and wider surfaces.”

Taylor County
In Taylor County, the Lieutenant Governor awarded:

  • $6.6 million to the Taylor County School District through the Better Schools Program, part of Gov. Beshear’s Better Kentucky Plan. The funding will be used to renovate, expand and add programming at the Central Kentucky Career Academy, which serves more than 275 students.

“This is precisely the kind of investment we must make in our students today,” Sen. Max Wise of Campbellsville said. “The late state Rep. Bam Carney and the Taylor County School District leadership laid the foundation years ago for students to achieve their academic goals and these dollars will continue to reap benefits for Kentucky residents.”

“This is an instant where the needed infrastructure creates exponential opportunities in our communities, and I am especially delighted to see upgrades to our vocational schools where so many young people can learn a trade, find a vocation and become contributing members of their communities,” Sen. David Givens of Greensburg said.

“This is the next step in fulfilling a commitment to Kentucky students looking to learn skills that will help them find a successful path to the workforce,” Rep. Michael Sarge Pollock of Campbellsville said. “I’m proud of the legislature for allocating the money and appreciate the administration’s role in getting it out to the vocational schools who need it. This is yet another part of Bam Carney’s legacy and I am honored to see it become reality.”

“This money is going to help people in our community find opportunities and get good jobs,” Taylor County Judge/Executive Barry Smith said. “We want to thank the state for this transformational investment. It’s going to do a lot of good for years to come.”

“We feel honored to be chosen as a recipient of Better Schools Program grant funds from the State of Kentucky,” Taylor County Schools Superintendent Charles Higdon Jr. said. “It is our full intention to further utilize these funds to continue the creation of the most highly efficient and effective career development program in the commonwealth. Our program will offer opportunities to students, as well as adults, and specifically work to eliminate joblessness and financial hardships, which have generationally plagued many families throughout our community and state. Additionally, our partnership with Campbellsville University to offer an even higher level of seamless career and technical certifications, will prove to be a model collaboration for the state of Kentucky. I praise God for the blessing!”

About the Transportation Alternatives Program
TAP is a federally funded reimbursement program administered through the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s Office of Local Programs. Funding supports non-motorized forms of transportation to improve connectivity, accessibility, safety and equity in communities. Transportation projects commonly include bicycle and pedestrian pathways, ADA compliance, Safe Routes to School and wildlife mitigation. The program covers 80% of the project cost.

About the Cleaner Water Program
Funded by the American Rescue Plan Act and administered by the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority, $500 million has been appropriated through a bipartisan agreement with the General Assembly to provide clean drinking water and wastewater grants to fund projects across Kentucky since 2021.

About the Local Area Vocational Education Centers Program
As part of his Better Kentucky Plan, Gov. Beshear awarded Kentucky school districts $75 million to upgrade Vocational Education Centers. The grants were approved by the Kentucky School Facilities Construction Commission Board.

Lt. Gov. Coleman Announces More Than $16 Million in Funding to Central Kentucky Communities

CAMPBELLSVILLE / GREENSBURG / MUNFORDVILLE, Ky. (Oct. 26, 2022) – Today, Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman delivered $16,595,296 in infrastructure and education funding to Green, Hart and Taylor counties. The funding comes through Gov. Andy Beshear’s Cleaner Water Program, his Better Schools Program, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and the Transportation Alternatives Program.

“Investments in our education and infrastructure, such as high-speed internet, clean water, roads and bridges, provide Kentucky a solid foundation for building tomorrow’s economy, today,” said Lt. Gov. Coleman. “What excites me, as a rural Kentuckian, is that opportunity is coming to all corners of the commonwealth.”

Green County
In Green County, the Lieutenant Governor awarded:

  • $6,738,200 to the Green County School District through the Better Schools Program, part of Gov. Beshear’s Better Kentucky Plan. The funding will be used to renovate and expand the Green County Area Technical Center, which serves more than 500 students. 
  • $1.7 million to the Green-Taylor Water District through the Cleaner Water Program, part of Gov. Beshear’s Better Kentucky Plan. Approximately 3,500 feet of waterline will be constructed to provide clean water to 76 unserved households for the first time, in Green, LaRue, Adair and Metcalfe counties.
  • $285,000 to the Green-Taylor Water District through the Cleaner Water Program. This will be used to rehabilitate the Summersville Booster Pump Station.
  • $116,820 to the Green-Taylor Water District through the Cleaner Water Program. This funding will be used to rehabilitate the Pikeview water storage tank located in the Gresham community.

“Today’s announcement is welcome news for Green County,” Green County Judge/Executive John Frank said. “Making sure people here have access to clean water is both the right and smart thing to do. These funds are going to help our community for decades.”

“We are thrilled to accept the Better Schools Program funding to be utilized for additions and renovations at the Green County Area Technology Center,” Green County Schools Superintendent Will Hodges said. “This funding will expand opportunities for the students of Green County and surrounding communities. Our district is one of 14 districts to receive a ‘very high’ rating on postsecondary readiness. This funding will continue to help us ensure that students leave our institution prepared for college or a career.”

Hart County
In Hart County, the Lieutenant Governor awarded:

  • $720,700 to Hart County through KYTC. This funding will be used to resurface portions of Davis Bend Road, Pleasant Hill Road, Dennison Ferry Road, Shelton Road, Sam Goodman Road, John Hornback Road, Commanche Drive, East Sullivan Road, BF Richardson Road and Cherokee Road.
  • $434,576 to the City of Horse Cave through TAP. New 6-foot sidewalks will be constructed along Main Street from Peebles Street to North Dixie Street. The sidewalks will be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act and improve safety and ease of transportation for several neighborhoods and the Greenwood apartment complex.

“Upgrading our local communities with higher quality roads provides access where businesses can grow and families can flourish,” Sen. David Givens of Greensburg said. “I’m delighted to see so many improvements in Hart County that will have a positive effect for our small business owners and their families.”

“I’m grateful that the Lieutenant Governor is bringing attention to how these projects will benefit Hart County,” Rep. Brandon Reed of Hodgenville said. “I am proud of the work our budget committee put into figuring out how we can make the biggest impact with every dollar we allocate and look forward to continuing that approach as Vice Chair of the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee.”

“This funding is a game-changer for Hart County,” Hart County Judge/Executive Joe Choate said. “Making sure our roads are safe is a fundamental responsibility of government. Our road infrastructure is taking a big step forward because of today’s announcement.”

“I am truly elated about the announcement of the sidewalk grant awarded to Horse Cave,” Horse Cave Mayor Randall Curry said. “This will allow Horse Cave to replace sidewalks that are not compatible for motorized wheelchairs and improve the ability of walking traffic to be able to navigate on level and wider surfaces.”

Taylor County
In Taylor County, the Lieutenant Governor awarded:

  • $6.6 million to the Taylor County School District through the Better Schools Program, part of Gov. Beshear’s Better Kentucky Plan. The funding will be used to renovate, expand and add programming at the Central Kentucky Career Academy, which serves more than 275 students.

“This is precisely the kind of investment we must make in our students today,” Sen. Max Wise of Campbellsville said. “The late state Rep. Bam Carney and the Taylor County School District leadership laid the foundation years ago for students to achieve their academic goals and these dollars will continue to reap benefits for Kentucky residents.”

“This is an instant where the needed infrastructure creates exponential opportunities in our communities, and I am especially delighted to see upgrades to our vocational schools where so many young people can learn a trade, find a vocation and become contributing members of their communities,” Sen. David Givens of Greensburg said.

“This is the next step in fulfilling a commitment to Kentucky students looking to learn skills that will help them find a successful path to the workforce,” Rep. Michael Sarge Pollock of Campbellsville said. “I’m proud of the legislature for allocating the money and appreciate the administration’s role in getting it out to the vocational schools who need it. This is yet another part of Bam Carney’s legacy and I am honored to see it become reality.”

“This money is going to help people in our community find opportunities and get good jobs,” Taylor County Judge/Executive Barry Smith said. “We want to thank the state for this transformational investment. It’s going to do a lot of good for years to come.”

“We feel honored to be chosen as a recipient of Better Schools Program grant funds from the State of Kentucky,” Taylor County Schools Superintendent Charles Higdon Jr. said. “It is our full intention to further utilize these funds to continue the creation of the most highly efficient and effective career development program in the commonwealth. Our program will offer opportunities to students, as well as adults, and specifically work to eliminate joblessness and financial hardships, which have generationally plagued many families throughout our community and state. Additionally, our partnership with Campbellsville University to offer an even higher level of seamless career and technical certifications, will prove to be a model collaboration for the state of Kentucky. I praise God for the blessing!”

About the Transportation Alternatives Program
TAP is a federally funded reimbursement program administered through the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s Office of Local Programs. Funding supports non-motorized forms of transportation to improve connectivity, accessibility, safety and equity in communities. Transportation projects commonly include bicycle and pedestrian pathways, ADA compliance, Safe Routes to School and wildlife mitigation. The program covers 80% of the project cost.

About the Cleaner Water Program
Funded by the American Rescue Plan Act and administered by the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority, $500 million has been appropriated through a bipartisan agreement with the General Assembly to provide clean drinking water and wastewater grants to fund projects across Kentucky since 2021.

About the Local Area Vocational Education Centers Program
As part of his Better Kentucky Plan, Gov. Beshear awarded Kentucky school districts $75 million to upgrade Vocational Education Centers. The grants were approved by the Kentucky School Facilities Construction Commission Board.

KSP Investigates Missing Person Case In Taylor County

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (October 25, 2022) - The Kentucky State Police requests assistance in an on-going investigation attempting to locating a missing person.  Pedro Diego, age 26 of Campbellsville, KY, was last seen at a friend’s residence in Taylor County at approximately 1:00 A.M. EST on Saturday, October 22, 2022.  

KSP is urging the public to contact Post 15 at 270-384-4796 with any assistance locating Mr. Diego. Mr. Diego has been entered as a missing person and the case is continuing by Trooper James Ford.

Taylor County Teen Injured in Sunday Motorcycle Accident

The Taylor County Sheriffs Department investigated a motorcycle accident late Sunday afternoon on Highway 70 near the Casey County line, sheriff Allen Newton told 99.9 The Big Dawg News that Nicholas Glover age 15 of Campbellsville lost control and overturned his 1983 Honda motorcycle, Glover was treated at the scene and airlifted to Nortons Childrens Hospital. 

The motorcycle mishap occured Sunday at 4:30pm and was investigated by Dickie Benningfield with the Taylor County Sheriffs Department. 

Fire Alarm Sounded Sunday Morning in Campbellsville

Campbellsville Fire-Rescue was dispatched to a report of a working apartment fire Sunday morning at 11:22am at 209 Arbor Lane in Campbellsville and upon arrival, firefighters found moderate smoke showing and flames visible from the inside of the apartment, firefighters searched for occupants, provided vertical ventilation, extinguished the fire and provided overhaul, no firefighters or civilians injuries were reported.

 

A family of five was displaced from the fire due to heavy fire, smoke and water damage, the other four units were not damaged by the fire. 

 

The cause of the fire is undetermined at this time but preliminary investigations is believed to be related to an electrical fire in the kitchen.   

 

Firefighters were able to rescue a small kitten from the blaze. Campbellsville Taylor County EMS provided care for the family pet and administered pet O2 and the kitten was given back to the family in good condition. 

 

13 Firefighters on scene

 

CFD Apparatus on scene

Engine 4, Engine 1, Engine 2,  Truck 1 and Chief

Casey County Teen Died in Saturday Morning Accident in Taylor County

A Casey County Teen died in a one vehicle accident Saturday morning at 3:33am,  Taylor County Sheriff Allen Newton told 99.9 the Big Dawg radio news that Dalton Weddle age 18 of Liberty was driving on private property off  highway 76 Knifley Road when his vehicle traveled over an embankment and overturned into a pond, Weddle and three passengers were taken to Taylor Regional Hospital, Weddle was pronounced dead by the Taylor County Coroners office, the other three passengers were treated for injuries received in the mishap. The accident was investigated by Taylor County Sheriff Allen Newton, Brent Burkhead, Stephen Dobson. 

Friday Accident in Marion County Claims One Life and Injures Another Person

On Friday October 14, 2022, at 4:26 p.m. the Marion County Sheriff’s Office received the report of a one vehicle collision on North Loretto Road in Marion County, sheriff Jimmy Clements told 99.9 The Big Dawg News...

 

Preliminary investigation found that Jessica A. Passmore age 31 of Loretto was operating a southbound 1998 Ford pickup when she lost control of the vehicle in a curve, the vehicle traveled off the southbound shoulder,  over-corrected, re-entered the roadway and crossed into the opposite lane, the vehicle then exited the roadway on the northbound side and overturned in an open field. Passmore was ejected from the vehicle and sustained serious injuries. A (13) year of age passenger sustained non-life-threatening injuries, both were transported by Marion County EMS to Springview Hospital in Lebanon.

 

Passmore was pronounced deceased a short time after arrival at the hospital. Loretto Fire Department and Marion County Rescue assisted at the scene. Deputy Sheriff John Purdom continues with the investigation.   

Burn Ban in Taylor County

Campbellsville & Taylor County officials issued "Burn Ban" for our city and county due the extreme dry conditions, all outdoor burning is prohibited at this time.

Fire Alarm Sounded Twice Monday Morning in Campbellsville

Vacant Apartment Fire 

325 West Broadway (Wilkerson Apartments)

10-10-2022

 

Fire Call Number 1 (small fire on the floor in one of the apartments)

Call Received 0216

On Scene 0216

Control 0225

Leaving Scene 0321

 

 

Fire Call Number 1

Campbellsville Fire-Rescue was dispatched to a report of fire in a room at a vacant apartment at 325 east Broadway, upon arrival, firefighters found a small fire on the floor. Firefighters searched for occupants, extinguished the fire and provided overhaul. No firefighter or civilian injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is undetermined and under investigation.

 

 

Fire Call Number 2 (large flames and heavy smoke reported)

Call Received 0608 

On Scene 0608
Leaving Scene 0938


Fire Call Number 2

Campbellsville Fire-Rescue was dispatched to a report of an apartment fire. Upon arrival, firefighters found heavy flames and smoke coming from an apartment with extension coming through the roof. Firefighters searched for occupants, extinguished the fire and provided overhaul. No firefighter or civilian injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is undetermined and under investigation. 

14 Firefighters on scene

 

CFD Apparatus on scene

Engine 4, Engine 1, Truck 1 and Chief  

 

Green County Woman Dies in Friday Crash in Greensburg

 
 

 On October 7, 2022 at approximately 2:09 P.M. CST, Kentucky State Police (KSP) Post 15 Troopers responded to a two-vehicle injury collision at the intersection of US 68 and KY 61 in the limits of Greensburg.

The preliminary investigation revealed that Wanda Carter, age 72 of Greensburg, was traveling south on KY 61 in a 2015 Jeep Patriot when she failed to stop at the US 68/KY 61 intersection traffic light.  Ms. Carter’s vehicle entered the intersection and collided with a 2004 International truck traveling west on US 68.  The International truck was being operated by Darrell Wright, age 50 of Greensburg.  

Ms. Carter was pronounced deceased at the scene by the Green County Coroner.  Mr. Wright was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

KSP Post 15 Troopers were assisted at the scene by the Green County Sheriff's Office, Greensburg Police Department, Green County Fire and EMS, Green County Rescue Squad, Campbellsville Rescue Squad, and Green County Coroner. The collision remains under investigation by Trooper Weston Sullivan.

 

 
 
 
 

Taylor County Man Died After Motorcycle Crash In Green County

A Taylor County man died after a motorcycle accident Friday morning in Green County, sheriff Robby Beard said the motorcycle operated by Kelly Micheal Durham and a vehicle operated by Patsy Moran of Greensburg collided on the Summersville/Coakley road, Durham was taken to UofL hospital in critical condition and he died a short time later, he was a teacher at LaRue County Middle School in Hodgenville. The Friday morning accident occurred at 10:30am and investigated by the Green County Sheriffs Department.

Deadly Accident on US 68 Claims Three Lives Today in Marion County

 

 On October 6, 2022 at approximately 10:58 A.M. EST, Kentucky State Police (KSP) Post 15 Troopers responded to a two-vehicle injury collision on US 68 in Marion County.

The preliminary investigation revealed that Matthew Brady, age 32 of Lebanon, was traveling west on US 68 in a 2015 Nissan Sentra when he crossed the centerline and struck a 2011 Lexus SUV traveling east on US 68 head-on.  The Lexus SUV was being operated by Timothy Mays, age 46 of Campbellsville.  

Mr. Brady as well as a passenger in his vehicle, Amber Perez age 33 of Lebanon, were pronounced deceased at the scene by the Marion County Coroner.  A juvenile passenger in Mr. Brady’s vehicle was transported to Springview Hospital with life threatening injuries and later succumbed to those injuries. Mays was taken to Springview Hospital in Lebanon.

KSP Post 15 Troopers were assisted at the scene by the Marion County Sheriff's Office, Marion County Fire and EMS, Marion County Rescue Squad, Marion County Coroner, and Kentucky State Highway Department. The collision remains under investigation by Trooper Weston Sullivan.

Man Injured in Morning Accident on MLK Blvd

Taylor County Sheriffs Department investigated a one vehicle accident Wednesday morning at 7:40am on MLK Blvd, sheriff Allen Newton told 99.9 the Big Dawg News that a box truck operated by Da'aun Sahadeo of Hyattsville MD dropped off the shoulder of the road and traveled down a ditch striking several small tree's, Sahadeo was taken to Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville, the accident was investigated by deputies Josh Patrick and Steven Dobson with the TC sheriffs Department.

Road Rage, Shots Fire, Man Arrested in Campbellsville

A Campbellsville man was arrested Monday morning after a case of road rage, Lt. Shannon Wilson told 99.9 The Big Dawg that Zachary L. Robertson of Campbellsville got into a verbal alteration with a 79 year old man and during the altercation Robertson fired several shots into the mans car, Robertson was arrested and charged with wanton endangerment and taken to the Taylor County Jail,  the incident occurred at Meador and Nancy Cox Drive, officer Aaron Fields with Campbellsville Police Department made the arrest.

State Police Are Conducting Traffic Check Points

Kentucky State Police Post 15 will be conducting periodic traffic safety checkpoints in the Post 15 area, which includes Green, Taylor, Marion, Washington, Russell, Casey, Adair, Metcalfe, Monroe, Clinton, and Cumberland counties.  These checkpoints will be conducted as part of Post 15’s highway safety efforts.  Troopers will be checking for violations of Kentucky traffic and regulatory laws relating to motor vehicle equipment safety, licensing of drivers, motor vehicle registration, and operation of motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants.

A complete list of traffic safety checkpoint locations can be found at the following link: http://kentuckystatepolice.org/post15checkpoints/

 

Two Vehicles Collide on Highway 70 in Taylor County

The Taylor County Sheriffs Department investigated a two vehicle accident Saturday afternoon at 1:38pm, sheriff Allen Newton told 99.9 The Big Dawg news that an auto operated by Dakota Perkins age 27 of Campbellsville collided with an vehicle driven by Wayne Hershberger age 26 of Ohio, the mishap occurred at the intersection of Stoner Creek Road and Highway 70. a passenger in the Perkins vehicle Britney Viers was taken Taylor Regional Hospital.

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