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Grimes To Make Monday Announcement

Kentucky Seceretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes will make known her future political plans during a Monday news conference in Lexington ...Read More

No Overnight Bridge Closures Expected Until March

Officials say not to expect any more overnight closures on the Eggners Ferry Bridge until March ...Read More

Hoptown Hoppers Look For Host Families

Even though Ohio Valley League baseball is still months away, Hoppers' General Manager John Bruce is on the look-out for families to host the team's players this Summer ...Read More

Local Business Accepting Donations

A local business is teaming up with the Hoptown Guys Group, a local young men's Bible study group, for the Souper Bowl of Caring ...Read More

Ford To Become 21st To Lie In State

As he lies in state Sunday, former Senator, Wendell Ford will join a short list of noteworthy Kentuckians to do so.

Few Problems Reported Overnight

Emergency officials report little problems on area roadways related to Friday night's winter weather ...Read More

McHenry Street Murder Suspect Indicted

The Christian County Grand Jury indicted a Hopkinsville man Friday for a murder in November ...Read More

Hopkinsville Woman Arrested In Tennessee

A Hopkinsville woman faces multiple charges after her arrest in Tennessee on a Christian County warrent ...Read More

Engine Problems And Weather Possible Factors In Kuttawa Crash

The National Transportation Safety Board is saying problems with both engines and weather conditions may have led to the January 2 plane crash near Kuttawa that killed four people and left one survivor ...Read More

Trigg Hospital Names Interim CEO

The Trigg County Hospital has a new interim CEO. David Shore will serve in the position while the search continues for a permanent replacement for Alisa Coleman, who recently resigned ...Read More

Crime Stoppers Fugitive Arrested

Another Christian County Crime Stoppers Fugitive of the Week is in custody after an anonymous tip led to his capture ...Read More
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Knight And Hale Recognized For Lifetime Achievement

Two local outdoorsmen are being honored for their lifetime of work ...Read More
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Christian County Site Could Be Prospect For Volvo

A Swedish auto manufacturer could be looking to locate in Kentucky, and that could be good news for Christian County ...Read More
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Imes To Run For State Treasurer

One local state legislator will apparently make his bid for statewide office official this afternoon ...Read More

No Injuries In Friday Morning House Fire

Three members of a Lafayette family were able to safely get out of their home when a fire broke out early Friday morning ...Read More

Trigg School Board Hears Draft Budget

The Trigg County School Board took a look at a draft budget for next year during Thursday night’s meeting ...Read More

North Drive School Renamed Freedom Elementary

Freedom Elementary is the name of the newest school in the Christian County School District following a decision Thursday night by the Board ...Read More

Committee Votes To Design Skate Park

With a group of skateboarders in the audience, the Committee of the Whole Thursday night voted to send a contract with Grindline Skate Parks of Seattle, Washington, on to the full City Council....Read More
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Hopkinsville City Council Appoints Sumner Police Chief

A large contingent of family, police officers, and well-wishers turned out at a special called session of the Hopkinsville City Council Thursday evening to witness Clayton Sumner's appointment as Chief of the Hopkinsville Police Department.....Read More

Fort Campbell Crowds Dwarf Other Listening Sessions

With more than 3,400 people turning out for the listening session at Fort Campbell Tuesday night, the local communities dwarfed the attendance at listening sessions held at other Army Bases around the country ...Read More

County Judges React To Listening Session

Even though Tuesday night's listening session at Fort Campbell was heavily promoted, no one could have predicted the number of people who turned out for the event ...Read More

One Lane Of Eggners Ferry Bridge To Close Friday

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will close one lane of Eggners Ferry Bridge Friday, from 9:00am to 6:00pm ...Read More

Winter Warmer And Drier Than Last Year

At the halfway point of winter, things have been warmer and drier this year, that according to information released by the National Weather Service ...Read More

Crime Stoppers Fugitive Arrested

Within 24 hours of being named one of this week's Crime Stoppers Fugitives of the Week Hopkinsville Police have one of the criminals in custody ...Read More

Ryan Craig To Lead Logan County Chamber

Publisher Ryan Craig says he and his wife will continue to operate the Todd County Standard, even though he will become the Logan County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director February 2 ...Read More
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Comer Officially Files For Governor

Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer is officially in the race for Governor after filings his papers Thursday morning with the Secretary of State's office in Frankfort ...Read More

Former Senator Wendell Ford Dies

The state of Kentucky is mourning the loss of one of its political legends ...Read More

Snow Possible Friday Evening

The National Weather Service hazardous weather outlook indicates the Southern Pennyrile could be in line for up to an inch of snow ...Read More
Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice John Minton

E-filing Launched In Christian County

State, regional, and local judicial officials gathered Wednesday afternoon at the Christian County Justice Center to celebrate the launch of the new e-filing system in western Kentucky ...Read More

Woodland Heights Murder Suspects May Be Tried Separately

Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins will rule later this year on whether the two suspects in the Woodland Heights murder will be tried together or separately ...Read More

Calvert City Man Arrested In Cadiz

A Calvert City man faces charges after his arrest by Cadiz Police late Tuesday night ...Read More

HPD Arrest Cadiz Theft Suspect

Hopkinsville Police have arrested 46-year-old Robert L ...Read More

Next Step To Save Fort Campbell

Although thousands of people were turned away from the Fort Campbell listening session Tuesday night, Christian County Chamber CEO Marion Mason says that fact sends a powerful message ...Read More

Judge To Review Bond Request In Sexual Assault Case

A renewed plea for a reduction of bond for the last of the young men accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year old Hopkinsville boy yielded little results Wednesday morning in Christian Circuit Court ...Read More

Trial Date May Be Delayed In Murder Case

The woman accused of murder after a passenger in her vehicle was killed while she was reportedly driving drunk may have her trial date pushed back while the court waits on a state report ...Read More

Sara Oglesby's TCMS Class Receives $500 Donation

One Trigg County Middle School class will share their Cash for the Classroom donation with the entire 7th grade class ...Read More

Todd County Man Accused Of Kidnapping And Assault

A Todd County man faces imprisonment and other charges following his arrest Tuesday by State Police ...Read More

One Dead, Three Injured In Clarksville Shooting

Clarksville Police are seeking the public's help in locating a man they believed to have been involved in a shooting Tuesday night that left one person dead and three others injured ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Found In Possession Of Stolen Weapon

A Hopkinsville man arrested Tuesday afternoon was found to be in possession of a weapon that was reported stolen from Trigg County ...Read More

Christian Co Crimestoppers Seeking Two Fugitives

The Hopkinsville Christian County Crimestoppers Program is asking for the public's help to locate two wanted fugitives ...Read More

UPDATE - Possible Winter Weather For The Region

The region could be headed for its first accumulating snow of the winter season ...Read More

Two File For Vacant Supreme Court Seat

Two judges have indicated they will seek the Kentucky Supreme Court vacancy created by the resignation Will Scott, who is running for Governor ...Read More

Whitfield Reacts To State Of The Union

Although he was not on hand for the State of the Union address Tuesday night, Congressman Ed Whitfield is weighing in on President Obama's speech ...Read More

Huge Crowds For Listening Session

Thousands of area residents, community leaders, and elected officials flooded Fort Campbell Tuesday night to show their support for continuation of troop levels at the base ...Read More

Trigg Jailer Weighs In On State Legislation

There are 41 counties in Kentucky without county jails, including Trigg County ...Read More

Eagle Weekend At Lake Barkley

The most popular winter attractions at Land Between the Lakes are the eagle tours ...Read More

Radio Staff Variety Show Supports Heart Walk

February is fitting for American Heart Month, and that's why it's the perfect time for the American Heart Association's Christian County Heart Walk ...Read More

Train Accident Death Investigation Continuing

The investigation is continuing into death of 2-year old Trayton Joiner who was struck by a train Monday morning, just off of Skyline Drive......Read More

McConnell Looking For New Message From President

United States Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is calling on President Obama to present a different message during the State of the Union address ...Read More

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