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January 30, 2019 Headlines

THE ELIZABETHTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT HAVE ARRESTED TWO MEN FOR ATTEMPTING TO USE A STOLEN DEBIT CARD. AUTHORITIES SAY WILLY WALKER AND ZACHARY JUSTE TRIED TO USE A FORGED DEBIT CARD FOR $2,900 DOLLARS AT KROGER ON TOWNE DRIVE. WALKER AND JUSTE BOTH HAVE BEEN CHARGED WITH CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A FORGED INSTRUMENT, SECOND DEGREE AND POSSESSION OF FORGERY DEVICE.

HARDIN COUNTY SCHOOLS HAVE ANNOUNCED THEIR EXCEL AWARD WINNER. KIM CROWDER, A KINDERGARTEN TEACHER AT CECILIA VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WAS NAMED THIS WEEK. CROWDER WILL BE HONORED AT A CELEBRATION ON FEBRUARY 27 AT CECILIA VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

THE HARDIN COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER IS ADVISING PET OWNERS OF TIPS TO KEEP ANIMALS SAFE WHILE COLDER TEMPERATURES AFFECT THE AREA. DIRECTOR MIKE MCNUTT ALSO SAID PETS SHOULD BE FED MORE AS COLDER TEMPERATURES CAUSE THEM TO BURN MORE CALORIES. TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO FALL TO THE SINGLE DIGITS TODAY.

THE AMERICAN RED CROSS HAS ISSUED AN EMERGENCY NEED FOR BLOOD AND PLATELETS. SPOKESPERSON TIFFANY TAYLOR SAID THE RED CROSS LIKES TO AT LEAST HAVE A FIVE DAY SUPPLY OF BLOOD ON HAND IN CASE OF EMERGENCIES. FOR INFORMATION ABOUT HOW TO GIVE BLOOD CONTACT THE ELIZABETHTOWN OFFICE.

QUICKSIE AND THE HISTORIC STATE THEATER HAVE ANNOUNCED A PARTNERSHIP. AS PART OF QUICKSIE’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY THE STATE WILL SHOW FOUR MOVIES BEGINNING FEBRUARY 16. THE LINEUP INCLUDES HIDDEN FIGURES, THE BREAKFAST CLUB, AND OTHERS FOR JUST $1 ADMISSION. MORE DETAILS CAN BE FOUND AT WQXE.COM