Friday, February 28th, Lisa Sanders Monday on Studio Ryan Quarles concerning the Ag Tag Campaign. Half of the 4-H and FFA funds go back to the county where the tag is purchased to support local programming, awards, and scholarships.
Back To Top Of Page. Marzetti expanding in Horse Cave. Marzetti Co. Andy Beshear joined local officials and company executives on Friday in Horse Cave to celebrate the company's substantial job creation. The ,square-foot expansion will allow for additional manufacturing space at the operation as well as the purchase of new equipment for increased dressing and sauce production. The investment will also support eight new processing kitchens and several packaging lines to help meet growing customer demand, with three kitchens and two packaging lines operation within the first year.
Company leaders anticipate the project will be completed by summer The T. Marzetti operation in Hart County currently employs more than people and opened in By meetin its annual targets, the company can be eligible to keep a portion of the new tax revenue it generates. Attorney pleads guilty to laundering. Bowling Green real estate attorney H. Harris Pepper, Jr. Pepper was initially charged with the single count in a felony information on February 14th, According to a plea agreement, from through , Pepper conspired with Douglas Booth to conceal proceeds of Booth's illegal sports-gambling operation in Bowling Green.
Pepper conspired with Booth to launder proceeds of the illegal gambling operation into real estate investments. Both Pepper and Booth knew the investment from Booth were proceeds from unlawful activity. According to the plea agreement, the United States seek a sentence of imprisonment which should not exceed 12 months and 1 day of imprisonment. The defendant is free to argue for any sentence, including probation. Sentencing is scheduled for June 11th, at a.
The case was investigated by the Internal Revenue Service. Glasgow man faces rape charge. A Glasgow man is facing charges of rape. Authorities in Warren County say a woman told officers that she was intoxicated and blacked out on February 18th at a location on Paddle Wheel Street in Bowling Green. The woman claims 40 year-old Christopher Carter engaged in intercourse with her while she was blacked out. Carter admitted to the crime Tuesday after telling officers that he did engage in intercourse with the woman without her consent.
Thursday, February 27th, Caverna's Makeya Faulkner scored 19 points and Stacia Burnett had 13 points. In boys action, Hart County defeated Green County 64 to Hart County's Jordan burden scored 27 points and had 5 rebounds. Investigation continues of remains found. Kentucky State Police are continuing their investigation into skeletal remains found in Hart County. The remains were discovered Sunday in Munfordville. Police responded to a field near the block of North Nelson Road. There remains are unidentifiable at this time.
Hardyville man arrested on drug charges. A Hardyville man has been arrested on drug charges. K9 Rina alerted to the presence of narcotics. Corbin was transported and lodged in the Hart County Jail. Ag Commissioner to visit clerk's office. Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Smiths Grove Police investigating thefts. Chief Jason Franks said Broadway Street has been hit multiple times. Tools, a generator and weed trimmers are some of the items taken from nearby garages and yards. Police are also investigating damage to a fence around a field that occurred near Broadway Street.
If anyone has any information, contact the Smiths Grove Police Department. Drug arrest in Bowling Green. A Bowling Green man has been arrested on illegal drug trafficking charges. During an investigation, two covert drug buys were completed from Reeder in late This case was presented to the Warren County Grand Jury and a sealed indictment was issued for Reeder. Criminal abuse arrest in Glasgow.
A Glasgow man has been arrested on criminal abuse charges. Glasgow Police Department arrested 29 year-old Bruce J. Snyder Tuesday on an indictment warrant. Snyder is charged with first-degree criminal abuse, child 12 or under, and three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment.
He was lodged in the Barren County Detention Center. Officer Trey Wyatt made the arrest. Glasgow man arrested on drug charges. Glasgow Police have arrested a 53 year-old man on drug charges. Police obtained consent to search a residence Tuesday on McKenna Street after receiving a drug complaint.
Merrell was arrested and charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance second offense, methamphetamine. Merrell was lodged in the Barren County Detention Center. Prescribed fire planned for Mammoth Cave Park. All cave tours, roads and visitor access to Diamond Caverns and the Diamond Caverns RV Resort will remain open during the burn operations.
Ky's Governor to tour Marzetti Friday. Andy Beshear will be in Hart County on Friday, February 28 th , to tour Marzetti and meet with company representatives. Juvenile injured in Glasgow wreck. A juvenile has been injured after a one-vehicle crash Saturday in Glasgow. A young female was traveling south along Homewood Boulevard in a Hyundai Sonata, when she lost control of the car, struck a guardrail. The vehicle landed in a ditch. Samson Community. Hospital for treatment of her injuries.
Two juvenile passengers in the car were not injured. Glasgow Police Officer Jeff Wright investigated the crash. He was assisted by firefighters with the Glasgow Fire Department. Wednesday, February 26th, Glasgow woman arrested in domestic dispute.
A Glasgow woman has been arrested in connection with a domestic dispute. It was later determined that 33 year-old Lindsey Thomas, of Glasgow, was involved in an argument with her boyfriend who was driving the vehicle.
At some point during the argument, the boyfriend stated that Lindsey began cutting him with a knife. He stated that he was able to gain control of the knife and get her out of the vehicle before coming to town to call He was later taken to T. Samson Hospital where he was treated and released. Tompkinsville man arrested in burglary. A Tompkinsville man has been arrested on burglary charges. The owner of the apartment, Tonya Bartley, stated that several items had been broken and her microwave had been stolen. A resident said he saw year-old Ted Frazier, of Tompkinsville, leave the apartment carrying a microwave.
Frazier was located at his home on South Main Street and. Frazier was taken to the Barren County Detention Center. House fire investigation in Glasgow. A residential fire investigation is underway in Glasgow. Washington Street shortly before. The two-story home was vacant when units arrived and the back side was on fire. Fire was also coming from the front door. Fire units made entry to search the home and the fire was under control within 30 to 40 minutes.