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Forum Debates Logging In LBL

More than 300 area residents and Land Between the Lakes supporters braved the cold Thursday night to attend a community meeting on the logging taking place in the national recreation area....Read More
(Photo: Mayor Carter Hendricks)

Radford Honored With Leadership Legacy Award

The Christian County Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours honored legacies Thursday as they celebrated both the 100th birthday of the museum building ...Read More

Magistrate Meet And Greet Saturday

The Christian County Extension Service is hosting a Saturday morning event to allow local residents to meet county Magistrates ...Read More

Wood Artist Rascoe Has HCC Exhibit

Hopkinsville Community College is celebrating African-American History Month with an art exhibit featuring wood carving artist Willie Rascoe ...Read More

DJ Everett Remembered During Memorial Service

WKDZ-WHVO President and Owner DJ Everett III was remembered for his contributions to broadcasting and the community, and for living his dream ...Read More

Farm Safety Day Gathering

Farmers and FFA students from Trigg County High School gathered at Seven Springs Farm Wednesday for Farm Safety Day ...Read More

101st Cases Colors In Liberia

The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) cased its colors in a ceremony Thursday at the Barclay Training Center, Monrovia, Liberia.....Read More

Caldwell County Man Charged After Crash

A Caldwell County man is facing charges following a single vehicle accident Thursday morning ...Read More

Williamson Leaving Library

The Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Libary said a farewell Thursday ...Read More

Ag Spray Consolidation In Hopkinsville

New jobs will likely be coming to the area after an announcement Thursday by Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear ...Read More

Trigg Schools Plan Make Up Days

Last week's near-record snowfall brings the total number of snow days missed by the Trigg County School District to six ...Read More

S & K Powder Coating Grand Opening

S&K Powder Coating will have a ribbon cutting to celebrate their grand opening in Cadiz on Friday, February 27 ...Read More

PTC Seamless Laying Off 71 Employees

PTC Seamless Tube Corporation is laying off 71 employees who worked at the Hopkinsville facility ...Read More

Change Of Venue Request Denied In Little Case

The trial of the woman accused of attacking the wife of former Hopkinsville Mayor Dan Kemp will likely stay in Christian County ...Read More

WKDZ-WHVO Staff Remembers DJ Everett III

WKDZ-WHVO and the local community is cerebrating the life of Ham Broadcasting Owner and President DJ Everett III....Read More

School Board Sets Make Up Days

Barring any additional missed school days, Christian County students' last day of school will be May 20th ...Read More

KEES Bill Approved By Senate

A bill that would allow students to use Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship, or KEES, money during high school was unanimously approved by the Senate Wednesday ...Read More

Human Trafficking Bill Approved By House Committee

A bill that would step up prosecution of those who pay for sex with Kentucky’s child human trafficking victims was approved Wednesday by the House Judiciary Committee ...Read More

How Math Can Be Fun

Trigg County Primary School held Math Night Tuesday night ...Read More

United Southern Ag Appreciation Luncheon

United Southern Bank held its Ag Appreciation luncheon in Pembroke on Wednesday, February 25 ...Read More

Local Broadcaster Receives CRS Award

Ham Broadcasting's Operations Manager and WKDZ Live Afternoon Drive DJ Bill Booth received the Randy Jones Memorial Award Wednesday at the 2015 Country Radio Seminar....Read More

Local Banker Receives Appointment

A local woman has been appointed to serve on the St. Louis Fed's Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council....Read More

HCC Honors Local Man With Exhibit

Hopkinsville Community College is celebrating African-American History Month with an art exhibit by Cerulean native Willie Rascoe ...Read More

Eggners Ferry Lane Restriction Saturday

The Eggners Ferry Bridge will be restricted to one lane on Saturday. ...Read More

Dye Ruled Competent To Stand Trial

The young Todd County man accused of killing his adopted sister 4 years ago has been ruled competent to stand trial ...Read More

District Governor's Cup Competition This Weekend

An area academic competition is slated for this weekend in Christian County ...Read More

Be Wary Of IRS Scam

Law enforcement officials in Montgomery County are warning residents of a scam operating in the area ...Read More

Governor Urges Congress To Fund Homeland Security

As Kentuckians recover from a statewide snow emergency, Governor Steve Beshear is calling on each member of Kentucky’s Congressional delegation to take immediate action to approve funding for the Department of Homeland Security ...Read More

LBL Reopening Some Facilities

With the continued improvement in conditions across the region, officials at Land Between the Lakes are announcing the re-opening of facilities in the recreation area ...Read More

Trigg Man Accused Of Stealing Grandmother's Medication

A Cadiz man faces drug related charges following his arrest by the Trigg County Sheriff's Department ...Read More

Three Arrested Following Traffic Stop

Three people are facing drug and other charges following their arrests Tuesday night by the Christian County Sheriff's Department ...Read More

Chamber After Hours Coming Up Thursday

A special celebration for a downtown Hopkinsville building is coming up Thursday afternoon ...Read More

Law Enforcement Agencies Team Up

Two area law enforcement agencies are joining together in the fight against drugs ...Read More

Phone Deregulation Bill Passes State House

A landline phone deregulation bill that supporters believe will lead to more investment in broadband and advance communication networks in Kentucky has cleared the Kentucky House on a vote of 71-25 ...Read More

Rough River Airport Closing For Repairs

State officials are announcing that the airport at Rough River Dam State Resort Park near Leitchfield will be closed during parts of March and April during a construction project ...Read More

Sexual Assault Video Hearing

The issue of whether or not video evidence of the sexual assault of a 15 year old Hopkinsville boy will be turned over to defense counsel remains unresolved, despite an order being issued by the judge in the case....Read More

UPDATE - Trigg County Man Dies After Falling Through Ice

UPDATE - A Trigg County man died after he fell through the ice into the frigid waters of Lake Barkley Tuesday....Read More

Animal Cruelty Bill Headed To House Floor

Failing to provide adequate shelter and potable water for domestic pets would be considered second-degree animal cruelty under a bill that passed the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday ...Read More

KCTCS Announces New Chancellor

Kentucky Community and Technical College System President Jay Box announced the selection of a new chancellor on Tuesday, February 24 ...Read More

Lyon County Angling For Processing Plant

Good news may be on the horizon for Lyon County's economy ...Read More

Women Charged With Trafficking In Meth

Two western Kentucky women are facing drug trafficking and other charges following their arrests by the Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force ...Read More

Local Angler To Kick Off Pro Bass Tour

A Cadiz man will be among 154 anglers competing for up to $125,000 in the pro division of the Walmart FLW Tour, billed as the most competitive Tour in professional bass fishing ...Read More

Cerulean House Damaged By Fire

A Cerulean home sustained major damage during a fire that broke out late this morning ...Read More

Kentucky Teacher Retirement Bill Clears House

The Kentucky House proposal to authorize 3.3 billion dollars in bonds to reduce the unfunded liability of the Kentucky Teachers' Retirement System's pension fund is headed to the state Senate ...Read More

House Passes Early Childhood Ratings Bill

A bill that would mandate early childhood care and education programs to follow a state quality-based rating system is headed to the Kentucky Senate after passing the House Monday ...Read More

Christian Fiscal Court Discusses Trash And Blue Lights

Christian County Fiscal Court is renewing the county trash contract with Freedom Waste Services, despite the objections of three magistrates and two other companies interested in bidding ...Read More

Muhlenberg County Residents Arrested On Drug Charges

Two Muhlenberg County residents are facing drug charges following their arrests Monday by State Police ...Read More

Hopkinsville Woman Injured In Parkway Crash

A Hopkinsville woman was transported following a single vehicle accident Monday afternoon on the Pennyrile Parkway ...Read More

Trigg Fiscal Court Approves Sheriff's Budget

The Trigg County Fiscal Court approved Sheriff Ray Burnam's 2015 budget in its rescheduled meeting Monday ...Read More

Weather Wrap From Hopkinsville Mayor

In a statement released late Monday afternoon Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendricks thanked area residents for their patience and city road crews for their hard work ...Read More

Pennyrile Threatens To Pull Plug On Time Warner

Customers of Time Warner Cable in Christian County and other areas served by a local utility could see an interruption of service by the end of the week ...Read More

Response To Russell Decision

In response to the denial of the motion to dismiss the case against Claude Russell, defense attorney John Stewart says they are ready to move forward ...Read More

Building Inspections Following Water Damage

Hopkinsville Fire Inspector Cecilia Cloos has been busy checking businesses damaged by the winter weather to make sure they're ready for customers again ...Read More

Christian County Schools Schedule Work Day Tuesday

Christian County Schools students are not headed back to school yet but that doesn't mean no one will be at the school Tuesday ...Read More

Committee Passes Bill To Protect Accident Victims

The House Labor and Industry Committee Monday approved a bill that would prohibit health care providers, or their agents, from soliciting business from motor vehicle accident victims in the days immediately following a wreck ...Read More

Man Arrested In Purse Snatching

A Tennessee man is in custody following an alleged purse snatching incident Saturday ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Arrested For Forged Prescriptions

A Hopkinsville man faces charges for allegedly trying to fill a prescription on a forged order ...Read More

Hopkinsville Woman Charged After Crash

A Hopkinsville woman was charged following a single vehicle accident Sunday morning on Country Club Lane ...Read More

Judge Woodall Rules On Russell Case Dismissal

Trigg Circuit Judge Woody Woodall has ruled that the case against Claude Russell, who is charged with the 2002 murder of Chantell Humphries, will not be dismissed....Read More

Plans Announced For Local Lincoln Dinner

First District Congressman Ed Whitfield and a number of statewide Republican candidates are among those who will speak at the local Lincoln Dinner March 20 ...Read More

Trigg County Students Return To Class

Trigg County Schools Superintendent Travis Hamby says students will return to class on a one hour delay Tuesday, with buses to run modified routes....Read More

Trigg County Woman Arrested On Drug Charges

A Trigg County woman is facing multiple charges following her arrest over the weekend by Cadiz Police ...Read More
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Santorum To Speak At Clarksville Dinner

Republicans in Clarksville will be bringing in a former Presidential candidate for their annual Lincoln Reagan Day Dinner ...Read More

Remembering WKDZ-WHVO Owner DJ Everett

The broadcast industry and the WKDZ-WHVO staff is mourning the loss of a great teacher, journalist, broadcaster and friend ...Read More

Schools Close Again Monday

It continues to be the winter weather pattern that keeps on giving ...Read More

More Cold Temperatures Expected This Week

The National Weather Service is predicting more cold temperatures for the beginning of the work week ...Read More

East 21st Street Home Damaged By Fire

A Hopkinsville family was able to safely escape from a home on East 21st Street after a fire started above the furnace ...Read More

Hopkinsville Mourning Loss Of "Momma" Hays

The Hopkinsville business community is mourning the loss of a longtime furniture store owner and operator. 

Cerulean Home Destroyed By Fire

It appears an effort to stay warm was the cause of a fire Friday afternoon that destroyed a Cerulean residence.

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