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From the News Edge: Grimes and McConnell debate at Kentucky Farm Bureau forum ---- Christian County Schools release ACT scores ---- Lane restrictions to remain in place on Lake Barkley bridge ---- Congressional delegation sends letter in support of Fort Campbell ---- Final Community Vision forum takes place ---- For all of the latest news be sure to visit our News Page...................................................................From the Weather Edge: A Heat Advisory remains in effect through Saturday.
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Senate Candidates At Kentucky Farm Bureau Forum


A chance at the top leadership post in the United States Senate or an opportunity for a new face to represent the state, are the choices posed to the Kentucky Farm Bureau Board of Directors Wednesday ...Read More

Heat Adivsory Continues


A Heat Advisory remains in effect until 7:00pm Saturday ...Read More

Hopkinsville Eagles Support Those With Childhood Disease


Eagles Aerie 3423 in Hopkinsville presented two checks Tuesday worth over $36,000 to two area families dealing with chronic health issues in one of their children ...Read More

CCPS ACT Scores Up


Despite not reaching the State average in ACT scores, Christian County Schools officials say they are pleased with the improvement from last year ...Read More

Lane Restrictions Extended On Barkley Bridge


Lane restrictions will remain up for another week on the Lake Barkley Bridge on US 68 ...Read More

Police Investigate Tuesday Night Robbery


Hopkinsville Police are investigating the report of a robbery Tuesday night ...Read More

 

Whitfield To Speak In Eddyville


First district Congressman Ed Whitfield will be making a stop this week in Lyon County ...Read More

HWEA Water Main Break


An early morning water main break in Hopkinsville caused some traffic disruptions but no customers were affected ...Read More

Community Vision Plan Forums Wrap Up


The last of four Community Vision Forums wrapped up Wednesday morning and officials say they have lots of great input from the community to move forward with ...Read More

Changes For Lyon County Stoplight


Transportation officials say they have made adjustments to a traffic signal at the intersection of US 641 and US 62, east of Eddyville in Lyon County ...Read More

Congressional Delegation Sends Letter Supporting Fort Campbell


Kentucky's Congressional delegation is taking further steps to show their support for maintaining troop levels at Fort Campbell ...Read More

John C. Latham Society Honors Members


Members of the John C. Latham Society gathered in downtown Hopkinsville recently to renew their support for United Way of the Pennyrile and its 2014 campaign ...Read More

Heat Advisory In Effect Through Saturday


The National Weather Service in Paducah has issued a Heat Advisory, which is in effect from noon Wednesday until 7:00pm Saturday ...Read More

Kentucky Country Ham Breakfast Thursday


More than 1,600 people will be on hand Thursday at the Kentucky State Fair Thursday morning to see the Grand Champion Ham from Broadbent B & B Foods sold to raise money for charity ...Read More

Cadiz Rotary Supporting Additional Racer Academy Students


An additional ten students at Trigg County High will be attending the Racer Thoroughbred Academy this fall thanks to the support of the Cadiz Rotary Club....Read More

Hopkinsville Council Welcomes New Officer


Hopkinsville City Council welcomed a new police officer as they said goodbye to two other officers and to the Lackey Municipal Building Tuesday night ...Read More

Peace Park Rededicated


Hopkinsville's Peace Park was rededicated Tuesday after undergoing new infrastructure and landscape design ...Read More

Senator Humphries At Cadiz Rotary Club


First District State Senator Stan Humphries says he will continue to work for some important legislation that will benefit the local area and the state ...Read More

Kentucky Farm Bureau Senate Forum


The public will have a chance to watch Wednesday's Kentucky Farm Bureau United States Senate candidate forum with the state board of directors ...Read More

HCC And Metalsa Announce Partnership


Officials with Hopkinsville Community College and a local industry are set to announce a new partnership ...Read More

HCC Foundation Receives Donation


The Hopkinsville Community College Foundation is the beneficiary of a recent donation from a local professional organization that has decided to disolve ...Read More

Community Help Leads To Arrest


Hopkinsville Police have made one arrest in a home invasion that took place last week on East 7th Street ...Read More

US Smokeless Tobacco Presenting Grants Friday


U.S. Smokeless Tobacco will present grants totaling 55-thousand dollars to seven non-profit groups in Christian County and Hopkins County Friday morning....Read More

Trigg Fiscal Court Leaves Tax Rates Unchanged


Trigg County taxpayers will pay the same rates as previous years, with county revenues to increase by more than $68,000 ...Read More

Murray State President Welcomes First Freshman Class


Murray State University President Doctor Bob Davies welcomes his first freshman class Tuesday as MSU's chief executive ...Read More

HCC Foundation Announces Scholarship Winners


The Hopkinsville Community College Foundation is announcing the selection of 31 Hopkinsville Community College students to receive a $500 Atwood Textbook Scholarship to be used for the fall 2014 term ...Read More

Two Charged In Gun Theft


Two Cadiz residents are in custody in connection to the theft of a gun recently on Canton Road ...Read More

No Problems Found In Christian Fiscal Court Audit


State Auditor Adam Edelen has released the 2012-2013 audit of Christian Fiscal Court ...Read More

Christian County Schools To Conduct Safe Schools Event


Officials with the Christian County Public Schools are announcing that they will host their first Safe Schools Equals Safe Communities event ...Read More

Work On Kentucky 800 Tuesday


Transportation officials have announced plans to close a section of Kentucky 800 in Christian County on Tuesday ...Read More

Trigg Sheriff's Office Investigating ATV Theft


The Trigg County Sheriff's office is investigating the theft of a four wheeler over the weekend ...Read More

Hopkinsville Woman Injured In Sunday Crash


A Hopkinsville woman was transported following a two vehicle accident Sunday afternoon at the intersection of the Pennyrile Parkway and Fort Campbell Boulevard ...Read More

Hopkinsville Hit And Run Arrest


Hopkinsville Police arrested a local man early Friday morning after he was allegedly involved in a hit and run and then filed a false report with police ...Read More

Groundbreaking Scheduled For New MSU Diagnostic Lab


Murray State University officials will break ground on the new Breathitt Veterinary Center Thursday, September 18th ...Read More

Hendricks Announces Safer City Plan


One of the candidates for Hopkinsville Mayor is announcing his plans to make the city a safer place for residents to live ...Read More

Princeton Man Charged In June Theft


A Princeton man is facing charges following his arrest over the weekend in connection to a theft that occurred back in June ...Read More

Cadiz Police Charge Two In Weekend Arrests


A Hopkinsville woman and a Cadiz man are facing charges after being arrested recently by the Cadiz Police Department ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Injured In Fatal Virginia Crash


A Hopkinsville man was injured Friday night in an accident that claimed the life of a Martinsville, Virginia woman ...Read More

Clarksville Child Dies In Accidental Shooting


Clarksville Police are investigating an apparent accidental shooting that took the life of a 4-year old ...Read More

Woodmen Of The World Honor Local Volunteer


A local woman has been recognized nationwide as one of 29 Fraternalist of the Year by Woodmen of the World ...Read More

Homegrown By Heroes At Kentucky State Fair


The Kentucky Department of Agriculture's Homegrown by Heroes Program was the center of attention at the Commodity Breakfast at the Kentucky State Fair ...Read More

Local Troopers At Kentucky State Fair


Kentucky State Police from Post One and Two are among the grey uniforms that can be seen at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville ...Read More

Governor Beshear Discusses Kentucky Economy


Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear says Kentucky is moving in the right direction with more jobs and better healthcare ...Read More

Cattlemens Rodeo Has Two Successful Nights


Five Christian County students will start college this week with some extra cash in hand after they were presented scholarships Friday night during the Christian County Cattlemen's Association Lonestar Rodeo ...Read More

Rain And Thunderstorms Sunday And Sunday Night


The National Weather Service is calling for rain and thunderstorms to continue around the Pennyrile area through mid-week, with the best chances Sunday and Sunday night....Read More

101st Celebrates Birthday


The 101st Airborne Division at Ft. Campbell is celebrating its 72nd birthday ...Read More

Peace Park To Open Again


Peace Park in Hopkinsville will open again Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11:30am. The park has been one of six in the city undergoing renovations...Read More

Little Green Men Days Ends With Concert And UFO Lights


UFO fans and fanatics have converged on the Kelly community in Christian County for Little Green Men Days ...Read More

Crittenden County Woman Injured In Friday Crash


A Crittenden County woman was injured Friday afternoon in a single vehicle accident east of Marion.
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Illinois Woman Injured In I-24 Crash


An Illinois woman was transported following a two vehicle accident Saturday night on Interstate 24 in Christian County.
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One Injured In Lyon County Crash


One person was transported following a single vehicle accident early Saturday morning on Interstate 24 in Lyon County.
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Old Dover Road Home Destroyed By Fire


A Trigg County residence has been destroyed as the result of a fire Thursday morning.
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State Representative Indicted


Kentucky State Representative “Ben” Waide, of Madisonville, has been indicted for alleged violations of Kentucky campaign finance laws.
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Transportation Advisory Committee To Hold First Meeting


The first ever meeting of a local transportation committee is set for this week.
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Conway Scheduled For Democratic Ribbon Cutting


A Democratic candidate for Governor will be making a stop in Hopkinsville this week.
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Hopkinsville Man Charged After Head On Collision


Two people were transported following a two vehicle accident early Saturday morning on Fort Campbell Boulevard.
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Florida Man Injured In Rollover Accident On I-24


A Florida man was flown to a Nashville hospital following a single vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon in Trigg County.
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Hopkins County Organization Recognized


A Hopkins County organization is among 14 groups and individuals across the state being honored for their volunteer and service contributions.
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Governor At Logan County Groundbreaking


Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear is set to be in Logan County Wednesday afternoon for a significant economic development event.
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Inmate Walks Away From Christian County Work Detail


Law enforcement officials are on the lookout for an inmate who walked away from a work release detail in Christian County.
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Texas Man Injured In Motorcycle Accident On Interstate 24


A Texas man was flown to an Evansville hospital following an accident Saturday involving two motorcycles on Interstate 24 in Lyon County.
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Second Round Of Cable Barrier Installation


State transportation officials say a project to install median cable barriers along a section of Interstate 24 in Christian County will ramp up starting Monday.
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VIDEO - 2014 WKDZ Country Showdown


Click here to check out the performances of the ten finalists at this year's WKDZ Country Showdown.                     

Election Edge: Primary Night In Kentucky - RECAP


Voter turnout was described as light, at best, across the state of Kentucky Tuesday, as voters cast their ballots in the May Primary Election.
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