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THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I pr nt@jpinews,com March 28, 2013 AS HART COUNTY JUDGEIEXECUTIVE TERRY MARTIN signed a proclamation Monday declaring the month of, April 2013 as National Child Abuse Protection Month. Present for the signing were child abuse prevention advocates, from left, seated, Tara Wilson and Tonya Dishman; standing, Rhonda Robertson, Cindy Branstetter and Joyce Sharpensteen. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month National Child Abuse Prevention Month glected in the United States each year. In the January 2012 through December 2012. Of has been observed in April since its first presi- 10 county Barren River Area Development these reports, 48 cases were substantiated and/ dential proclamation in 1983. Approximately Distirct there were 802 reports of abuse or ne- or in need of services in Hart County effecting 3.000,000 children are reported abused or ne- glect substantiated and in need of services from 80 children. Hart Co. Sheriff's Department arrest report Special to THE NEWS-HERALD On March 21, Hart County Deputy Caleb Butler arrested Steven Mical Irvin, 31 of 103 Heritage Circle, Richland, MS. Irvin was charged with theft by unlawful taking or dispo- sition from building and criminal mischief, 2nd degree on a Hart County arrest warrant. Irvin was apprehended in Vicksburg, Mississippi and the extradited back to Hart County and lodged in the Hart County Jail. Also, on March 21, Hart County Deputy Paul Reynolds arrested Dillion Constant, 19, at his residence, 2848 Raider Hollow Rd., Munford- ville on a Hart Co. bench warrant for contempt of court - violation of conditional release. He was lodged in the Hart Co. Jail in liew of a $9,500 cash bond. o, On March 17, Hart County Deputy Jeff Wil- son arrested James Locke, 25, of 339 Seymour Bearwallow Rd., Horse Cave, on a Hart Co. in- dictment warrant for flagrant non-support. He was lodged in the Hart County Jail in lieu of a $5,000 cash bond. On March 16, Hart County Deputy Caleb Butler arrested Kevin Hudgins, 42, of 738 Ne- arce Milby Rd., Greensburg, for wanton endan- germent, 1st degree and terroristic thre.atening, 3rd degree. Hudgins was lodged in the Hart County Jail in lieu of a $500 unsecured cash bond. On March 15, Hart County Deputy Paul Reynolds arrested Ellis Beeler, 56, of 3475 So- nora Rd., Hodgenville on a Hardin Co. indict- ment warrant for manufacturing methamphet- amine, 1st offense complicity. He was lodged .,,int Hart 0unty/ail in lieu of $50,000 cash bond. Second Annual Pedal for the Park registration open The Friends of Mammoth Cave National Park's Second Annual Pedal for the Park will be on May 11,2013. Registration is now open at www.friendsofmammothcave.org. The event will offer three new ride routes this year and provide for a variety of abilities (75 miles, 40 miles, and 27 miles). All rides will begin and end at Mammoth Cave National Park's picnic area near the Visitor Center at 8:00 a.m. The registration fee is $30 and those who register by May 9 get extra benefits. Full details are avail'- able at the website. "New this year will be a Friday night event on May 10 at Park Mammoth Resort called Rider Round-up, said Gayle Giesecke, Execu- tive Director. "It will be a chance for late reg- istration, a great pasta meal, and entertainment with live music. We encourage the bicyclists in the area to come out for both Pedal for the Park events, making a great Mother's Day weekend for the whole family," "This is a great opportunity to enjoy the park and surrounding countryside while supporting the Friends and the Park," added Henry Hol- man, Friends Board Chairman. "The Friends is a non-profit that works to support Park pro- grams and activities, so the more participation we have, the more we can accomplish. The Student Transportation Grant program is a pri- mary project we're sponsoring fight now that helps bring children to the park for an outdoor educational experience. It's amazing to learn how many children have never done anything like it before." Questions about the Pedal for the Park or the Friends can be directed to Gayle Giesecke at 270-758-2152 or 270-597-7604. "Join us in supporting your national park," ipinews Check us out on the web for more 00031100 news and photos Horse Cave Police receive grant funding Horse Cave Police received confirma- tion they were awarded $1,379.85 from a Kentucky League of Cities 50/50 match- lng grant. Police purchased stop sticks for all pa- trol cars, a video cam recorder; and ear protection to be used during weapon quali- fication. I SEASON 10 continued from page A4 Season 10 episodes of Bluegrass ,& Backroads will debut on KET2 at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 23. From that date, the show will be inserted into the full family of KET programming, airing on KET at 12:30 a.m. on Wednesdays, on KET2 at 5:30 p.m. on Saturdays, and on KETKY at 9:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. on Sun- days, 12:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, and 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays. Season 10 will also be shown on RFD-TV at 2 p.m. on Wednes- days and 4:30 a.m. on Sundays beginning in May. All times are Eastern Time Zone. PHOTOS FOR SALE AT wM00v.IPanews. COB Jobe Publishing has more than 4000 photos and all are for sale by simply" getting the number and calling our local office. For $3.95 far the first photo and $.95 for all others you can have your own full-color copy of All photos printed in 5 x 8 proportional size unless specifically requested. Relay For Life luminaries available Hart County Relay For Life is once again this year selling luminaries. The cost is $5.00 each. They can be brought to honor someone who is fighting or who has won the battle against cancer or in mem- ory of someone whom has lost the battle. The deadline for getting the luminaries in the relay program is April 5 but lumi- naries will be sold through relay including" at the event. Hart County Relay For Life is set for Friday, May 10 at 6:00 pm at Hart County High School. The luminary service will begin at 9:00 pm. Luminaria Order Form Minimum Contribution: $5 (per luminaria bag) . of of 0f Your Name Address Cay;Stale;Z,p Phone Total Amount Enclosed $ ..................... Check .......... Cash ..... Program deadline: April 5 Name of Person Being Honored Hart C0un School ! I Munf0rdvill, K 42765 ' J Please make checks payable to lhe American Cancer Stziety.