A slow moving cold front will bring rain back to the mountains Tuesday afternoon and evening. Some storms could contain heavy rain and could lead to new flash flooding. Keep an eye on water levels in flood prone areas and do not cross flooded roadways.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A mild-mannered western Kentucky farmer who never turned away a stray cat has left a portion of his estate to every county-run animal shelter in the state.
County officials around Kentucky received checks earlier this month from a man they never met. Muhlenberg County dairy farmer Bland Hardison made sure that all of Kentucky's 120 counties receive a check for $1,432.47.
The money is meant for animal shelters or animal control programs if the county doesn't have a facility.
His widow, Jonell Hardison, says her husband loved the animals on his farm, even the stray cats that wandered on to the property.
In total, Hardison set aside nearly $1 million in donations to various charities in his estate, which took several years to settle.
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