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Commission Hears Walmart Proposal

The Hopkinsville Community and Development Services Commission held a zoning adjustment hearing Monday night on the proposed Walmart Neighborhood Market ...Read More

Teacher And Staff Member Of The Year Reception

The Education and Workforce Development Committee of the Christian County Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual Christian County Schools Teacher and Staff Member of the Year Reception Monday evening ...Read More

Human Relations Award Nominations Due Friday

The Mayor's Unity Breakfast that typically is the highlight of Human Relations Week in Hopkinsville is scheduled for October 23 this year ...Read More

Trigg County Democrats Host Meet And Greet

Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander says he wants a full term in offic to work for all of the county ...Read More

Day One Of Honey Darlene Summers Trial

A jury is in place and testimony has begun in Christian Circuit Court in the trial of a former bookkeeper accused of stealing funds from the Christian County Jail....Read More

Record Enrollment At Murray State University

The latest enrollment figures bear good news for Murray State University ...Read More


Russellville Murder Suspect Arrested

The suspect in a 2013 murder in Logan County is now in custody ...Read More

WKDZ Showdown Champ Wins State

WKDZ Country Showdown winner Luk Nichols now holds the top Showdown spot for performers statewide ...Read More

Educators And Policy Makers Visit Trigg Schools

Seventy-four educators, community members and policy makers who are part of a group called Kentucky Leads the Nation toured Trigg County Schools Monday ...Read More

Hopkinsville Woman Charged With Assault

A Hopkinsville woman is facing charges following an incident Saturday night ...Read More

Summers Trial Begins In Christian Circuit Court

The trial of the former bookkeeper accused of stealing funds while she was employed at the Christian County Jail is now underway in Christian Circuit Court ...Read More

Businessman And Genealogist D D Cayce III Remembered

The community will certainly feel the loss of renowned businessman and genealogist D D Cayce, III, who passed away Monday at Jennie Stuart Medical Center ...Read More

Fall Burning Season Gets Underway

The Kentucky Division of Forestry is using noses and paws to catch arsonists as the fall wildfire season, which runs from October 1 through December 15, gets underway ...Read More

WHVO Celebrates 60 Years

WHVO celebrated an important milestone this month ...Read More

Ag Commissioner Highlighting Ham Festival Breakfast

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer will help kick off Trigg County Country Ham Festival week Monday, October 6 ...Read More

HCC Named Military Friendly School

Hopkinsville Community College has been designated a 2015 Military Friendly School by Victory Media ...Read More

CDS To Hold Public Hearing Monday Night

The public will have a chance tonight to comment about a proposed zoning change that could allow a Walmart Neighborhood Market to be constructed on the west side of Hopkinsville ...Read More

Chamber Hosting Educator Appreciation

The Christian County School District will show appreciation to their Teacher and Staff Member of the Year during a special reception Monday night at the Bruce Convention Center ...Read More

MED Week Activities Planned This Week

Hopkinsville native Dr. Raymond Burse will help kick off Minority Economic Development week activities Monday night when he speaks during the organizations annual dinner at the Holiday Inn ...Read More

I-24 Shoulder Fire Affects Traffic

A fire on the shoulder of I-24 Sunday afternoon closed one Eastbound lane of traffic as the Herndon Volunteer Fire Department battled the blaze ...Read More

Hal Fennel Plow Day A Success

Beautiful weather and more than 45 antique tractors seemed to be a fitting tribute during the Hal Fennel Memorial Antique Tractor Plow Day at Cundiff Farms Saturday ...ReadMore

Local Residents Victim Of Phone Scam

If you get a call from someone claiming to be with Publisher's Clearing House telling you that you've won a prize, beware ...Read More

Official Dedication For Rail Trail

Hopkinsville Greenway System's 5K Rail Trail officially opened Saturday morning before an enthusiastic crowd of patrons, walkers, and bikers ...Read More

Caldwell Jail Escapee Back In Custody

The woman who escaped authorities while being transported to the Caldwell County Jail following a court appearance in Lyon County is back in custody ...Read More

New Director At Janice Mason Art Museum

The Janice Mason Art Museum has a new director. Carol Niswonger of Eddyville is a retired English teacher and former Army reservist ...Read More

Attorneys Disqualified In New Life Massage Murders

The trial of the three men accused in the 20 year old murder of two women at a brothel in Oak Grove will be delayed again after the judge disqualified the entire Christian County Commonwealth Attorney's office and one of the defense attorneys ...Read More

Two Charged With Drug Offenses

Two Hopkinsville men are facing drug charges following their arrest early Friday morning by the Christian County Sheriff's Department ...Read More

Former Council Member Files Suit Against City

The former Hopkinsville City Council member accused of interfering with a police investigation has now filed a lawsuit against the city and several other parties in federal court ...Read More

Trigg County School Board Passes Budget

The Trigg County School Board voted on the Fiscal Year 2015 working budget and heard updates on high school ACT test scores at its meeting Thursday ...Read More

KSBA Fall Meeting In Christian County

The Christian County School Board will be hosting the Fall regional meeting of the Kentucky School Board Association ...Read More

Big Crowd Turns Out For Beef Bash In Princeton

More than 400 beef cattle farmers from across the state of Kentucky received updates about the industry during the annual Beef Bash Thursday in Princeton ...Read More

WK Cinemas Ribbon Cutting

The movie theaters in Hopkinsville won't be neglected again, that is the promise made by the owner of WK Cinemas at their ribbon cutting Thursday afternoon....Read More

Boys And Girls Club Seeking Grant

The Boys and Girls Club of Hopkinsville-Christian County is working to be open on Friday and Saturday nights ...Read More

National Public Lands Day Saturday

Land Between the Lakes is hosting National Public Lands Day on Saturday morning with an opportunity to volunteer ...Read More

Woman Escapes From Caldwell County Jail

Authorities in Caldwell County are on the lookout for a female inmate who escaped while being transported back to the Caldwell County Jail Wednesday following a court appearance ...Read More

One Injured In Bypass Accident Thursday Morning

One person was transported following a two vehicle accident Thursday morning at the intersection of Cox Mill Road and Eagle Way Bypass ...Read More

UPDATE - Interstate 24 Crash Injures Clarksville Woman

UPDATE - State Police have released the details on an accident on Interstate 24 in Christian County Thursday morning that resulted in a Clarksville woman being flown to a Nashville hospital.

Cadiz Man Arrested After Wednesday Accident

A Cadiz man, involved in an accident Wednesday afternoon, has been arrested on multiple charges related to the crash ...Read More

Tractor Trailer Accident Shuts Down Boulevard Wednesday

Northbound traffic on Fort Campbell Boulevard, near the intersection with Interstate 24, was blocked for several hours Wednesday afternoon as the result of a tractor trailer accident ...Read More

Unemployment Rates Drop In August

The unemployment rate for both Christian County and Trigg County took a downward turn during the month of August ...Read More

Chamber Conducting Social Media Campaign

The Christian County Chamber of Commerce is taking to social media for one of its latest efforts ...Read More

Fatal Hopkins County Crash

Kentucky State Police say a Madisonville woman died in a two vehicle wreck Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of the Grapevine Road and the Breathitt Pennyrile Parkway in Hopkins County ...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.

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.

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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