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UPDATE - Five Injured In Related Crashes In Caldwell County


Five people were injured in two related accidents, one of which involved an ambulance transporting the victim from the first accident Tuesday morning near Fredonia ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Charged With Attempted Murder After Assault


A Hopkinsville woman is in a Nashville hospital while her husband is charged with Attempted Murder after he allegedly attacked her late Monday night with a hatchet at their home on Springmont Drive ...Read More

Fiscal Court Hears Race Track Complaints


Christian Fiscal Court may be considering a nuisance ordinance after hearing from two Hickory Smoke House Road residents Tuesday morning ...Read More

Charity Golf Tournament Thursday


The Rep. John Tilley Charity Classic golf tournament will benefit two local non-profit organizations this year, Trilogy Foundation and Sanctuary, Inc ...Read More

Trigg Hospital Received Awards


Trigg County Hospital has been recognized for excellent patient service by two different organizations ...Read More

Write In Candidate Files For Ward 5 Seat On City Council


There will be a contested race for the Ward 5 seat on the Hopkinsville City Council after all, as a Bark Ridge Circle man has filed as a write-in candidate for the seat currently held by Charlie Henderson ...Read More

 

Health Department Revenue Down


Christian County Health Department board approved the purchase of 3 new vehicles Monday while declaring the vehicles being replaced, surplus for trade ...Read More

Comer Urges School Participation In Farm Fresh Fridays


Agriculture Commissioner James Comer is challenging Kentucky schools to provide fresh local foods to their students on Farm Fresh Fridays, a program that will launch in conjunction with Farm to School Month in October ...Read More

Brown Files Complaint Over Memorabilia


A former girls basketball star at Christian County High School, who played at Western Kentucky University is claiming two people gave away some of her Hilltopper memorabilia without her permission ...Read More

Plans Moving Ahead For 2014 Ham Festival


The countdown is on for the 2014 Trigg County Country Ham Festival that will take place Friday and Saturday, October 10 and 11 ...Read More

Trigg To Host Kentucky Leads The Nation


On Monday Trigg County Schools will host Kentucky Leads the Nation, a state-wide organization that tours schools across the Commonwealth ...Read More

Trigg County Dog Places In Tennessee Show


A Trigg County woman and her dog picked up three top prizes over the weekend at a dog show in Tennessee ...Read More

Smoke Testing On Cadiz Sewers


If you were in Cadiz today, you might have seen smoke rising from man hole covers or ventilation pipes on homes and businesses or even from gutters tied into the local sewer system ...Read More

Trigg Students To Hold Prayer Event


A global prayer initiative will find its way to western Kentucky schools Wednesday ...Read More

Controlled Detonations Along Lovers Lane


Road improvements along Lovers Lane in Hopkinsville will lead to a brief traffic stoppage this week ...Read More

Monday Home Invasion In Marshall County


Authorities in Marshall County are investigating the report of an apparent home invasion early Monday morning ...Read More
(Photo: Henry County Sheriff's Department)

Arrest Made In Murder Of Elderly Clarksville Man


Arraignment is scheduled for Tuesday for the Tennessee man accused in last week's murder of an elderly Clarksville man ...Read More

Smith Murder Case Continues


A mistake in reviewing for an appeal almost caused the case of a Hopkinsville man accused of murder to suffer another delay ...Read More

Propane Concerns For Winter


The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet and Kentucky’s propane industry are taking proactive steps to ensure that adequate propane supplies are available to meet the needs of Kentuckians this coming winter ...Read More

One Injured In Water Tanker Wreck


State Police say a Hopkinsville man was flown to Skyline Medical Center, in Nashville, following a tractor-trailer accident Saturday evening in Christian County....Read More

Republican Write-In Candidate For Ward 5


It appears now that there will be a race for Hopkinsville city council in Ward 5 ...Read More

Community Reader Days Coming Up In November


The Christian County Schools are looking for volunteers to be a part of this year's Community Reader Days ...Read More

Finish Work On Cable Barrier Installation


The installation of cable barriers along Interstate 24 in Christian County is nearing its conclusion ...Read More

Fall Brings Increased Risk For Tornadoes


While most people may view Spring as the time for the highest risk of severe weather, forecasters with the National Weather Service are reminding area residents that Fall does bring an increased risk for tornadoes to the region ...Read More

Former Deputy Injured In Monday Motorcycle Crash


The former Christian County Deputy Sheriff scheduled to stand trial in October is in a Nashville hospital following a motorcycle accident Monday morning....Read More

Sewer Testing This Week In Cadiz


Contractors working with the Cadiz Public Works Department will testing the sewer system in the city during the next few days ...Read More

Jeffers Bend Naturefest Organizer Thanks Volunteers


The Jeffers Bend Steering Committee is thanking the numerous volunteers who made Saturday's Naturefest a huge success ...Read More

Former Tennessee Titan Kicker Dies In Wreck


Former Tennessee Titans kicker Rob Bironas was killed in a single vehicle crash Saturday night near Nashville ...Read More

Width Restrictions On Pennyrile Parkway


A Kentucky Transportation Cabinet contractor will be completing some repair work on the Breathitt Pennyrile Parkway near the Hopkins County-Christian County line the next few weeks, which will result in a width restriction ...Read More

Rhori Johnston At Pembroke Harvest Festival


News Channel 5 Anchor Rhori Johnston says it was an honor to lead the Pembroke Harvest Festival Parade....Read More

One Injured In Farm Truck Wreck


Kentucky State Police have released no details concerning a Saturday evening wreck on Sinking Fork-Clark Store Road in Christian County ...Read More

Crittenden County Fatal Wreck


State Police say a Marion woman died in a three-vehicle wreck Saturday in Crittenden County ...Read More

Shots Fired Calls In Hopkinsville


Hopkinsville Police responded to two shots fired call Friday night ...Read More

Pembroke Harvest Festival


Pembroke officials decided to move the annual Harvest Festival a little earlier this year ...Read More

Big Crowd For Naturefest


A beautiful day helped to drive the crowd as Naturefest at Jeffers Bend in Hopkinsville saw one of the biggest crowds ever for the event ...Read More

Mother Of Slain Children Speaks


A large gathering of friends, family, and supporters hit the dusty trails of Pennyrile State Forest Saturday for the 7th Annual Three Angels Trail Ride ...Read More

Military Appeals Court Upholds Conviction Of Fort Campbell Soldier


A Fort Campbell solder convicted in a 2012 rape has seen his conviction in the case upheld by a military appeals court.
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Campbellsville Firefighter Dies After Ice Bucket Challenge Incident


One of the Campbellsville firefighters who was injured helping out during an ice bucket challenge has died as a result of his injuries.
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Ag Board Approves Diversification Projects


Projects in Trigg County and Lyon County were among the 53 agricultural diversification projects across the state approved for funding by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board during its September board meeting.
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Bluegrass Rendezvous Bike Trek


Soldiers from the Wounded Warrior Transition Battalion finished a two day bicycle trek Friday from Fort Knox to Fort Campbell ...Read More

Hospital Board Chairman Addresses Concerns


Chairman Dr. Mike Gross says the Trigg County Hospital Board is addressing the concerns about Administrator Alisa Coleman's contract and unpaid bills owed by the Hospital ...Read More

Calendar Set For 2015 General Assembly


The calendar has now been set for the next session of the Kentucky General Assembly ...Read More

Music Of Marvin Hamlisch At The Alhambra


Broadway and silver screen fans alike will enjoy Saturday night's musical performance at the Alhambra in Hopkinsville ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Arrested On Multiple Charges


A welfare check at an Easy Street home leads to charges against a Hopkinsville man.....Read More

Tilley Participates In Criminal Justice Panel


Looking to promote Kentucky’s recent criminal justice successes while learning more about gains made elsewhere in the country, State Representative John Tilley this week joined with a variety of state and local leaders this past week as part of a panel created by the Council of State Governments Justice Center ...Read More

Mother Charged With Complicity To Sex Crimes


Hopkinsville Police arrest a local mother Thursday on sexual abuse and incest charges ...Read More

Chamber Selects New Membership Director


The Christian County Chamber of Commerce has a new Director of Membership and Events ...Read More

Big Crowd For Taste Of The Pennyrile


More than 1,200 people packed the Bruce Convention Center Thursday night to sample some of the tastiest treats the region’s restaurants have to offer and raise funds for Pennyroyal Hospice ...Read More

Invited Magistrates Do Not Attend Hospital Board Meeting


The Trigg County Hospital Board did not discuss the re-appointment of three board members, which was approved by a narrow margin at Monday's meeting of Trigg Fiscal Court....Read More

Committee Hears Maintenance Requests


Hopkinsville City Council's Committee of the Whole entertained reports from its Public Works Department and a recommendation for renewal of the pool management agreement with the YMCA ...Read More

Christian County School Board Passes Budget


Christian County School Board passed an 86 million dollar budget with little to no changes from the previous year ...Read More

Breathitt Veterinary Center Groundbreaking


Work can now officially begin on the construction of the new Murray State University Breathitt Veterinary Center ...Read More

NatureFest Saturday At Jeffers Bend


NatureFest at Jeffers' Bend in Christian County is a chance for folks to try some of the things the great outdoors has to offer ...Read More

Three Angel Trail Ride Saturday


The 7th Annual Three Angels Trail Ride will be Saturday at Pennyrile State Resort Park near Dawson Springs ...Read More

Cadiz Native Evicted On Big Brother


The Big Brother run of Cadiz native Caleb Reynolds came to an end Wednesday night after making it to the final four of the CBS reality show.
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