From the News Edge: Special prosecutor named in Christian County Jail investigation ---- Ribbon cutting for Hopkinsville Transit ---- Unemployment rates fall across the area ---- Volunteers needed for Operation Preparation ---- Road crews to pre-treat for possible winter weather ---- Legislators react to LRC audit ---- Selbe resigns from KCTCS position ---- For these stories and more, be sure to visit our News Pages...........................................THURSDAY COLLEGE BASKETBALL - Kentucky 69 Missouri 53. Kentucky is now 20-0 on the season.

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Special Prosecutor Named In Jail Investigation

A special prosecutor is in place to begin investigating the alleged mismanagement of funds at the Christian County Jail ...Read More

Ribbon Cutting For Hopkinsville Transit

Despite the cold and blustery weather Thursday afternoon, officials and supporters stood outside of the Pennyrile Allied Community Services building in Hopkinsville to cut the ribbon on the Hopkinsville Transit program ...Read More

Legislation May Be Good News For Farmers

US Representative Ed Whitfield has announced the introduction of legislation that will limit the power of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers under the Clean Water Act ...Read More

Volunteers Help Students Plan For Future

In an effort to make sure students are prepared for life after high school, Trigg County Schools provides Operation Preparation each year for 8th and 10th grade students ...Read More

Attendance Zone Grandfathering Forms Due

Attendance zone grandfathering forms for middle and high school students in Christian County Public Schools are due Friday, January 30 ...Read More

Road Crews Pre-Treating Roadways

Highway crews across the 11 counties of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 2 plan to pre-treat area roadways in anticipation of a winter weather event with possible snow accumulation sometime Sunday ...Read More

Inmate Stabbed At Eddyville Prison

An inmate at Kentucky State Penitentiary in Eddyville was stabbed Thursday morning in a general population dormitory at the prison ...Read More

Marion Man Charged With Trafficking

A Marion man faces drug charges after his arrest Wednesday in Caldwell County ...Read More

Unemployment Rates Fall

Figures released Thursday show the unemployment rates fell in all 120 Kentucky counties between December 2013 and December 2014 ...Read More

Princeton Stoplight To Remain In Operation

In wake of overwhelming public response, transportation officials have decided to stop the study involving the possible removal of a Princeton stoplight ...Read More

Selbe Resigns From KCTCS

Former Hopkinsville Community College President Jim Selbe has stepped down from his position at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System due to sexual harassment allegations....Read More
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Trial Date Discussed For New Life Murders Suspects

Court officials and lawyers in the New Life Massage Parlor murders case discussed possible court dates Wednesday afternoon in Christian Circuit Court ...Read More

Lawmakers React To LRC Audit

Although many lawmakers have not had time to review it in the midst of preparations for next week's opening of the General Assembly, the 68-page performance audit of Kentucky's Legislative Research Commission has finally been released ...Read More

Summers Sentenced To 18 Months In Prison

Christian Circuit Judge Andrew Self formally sentenced Honey Darlene Summers to 18 months in prison Wednesday afternoon for stealing from the Christian County Jail....Read More

Pennyrile Industry Honored At Luncheon

South Western Kentucky Economic Development Council's industry appreciation luncheon Wednesday was its first since the three counties of Christian, Trigg, and Todd bonded together under one industrial recruitment banner ...Read More

McHenry Street Murder Suspect Arraigned

The man accused of murdering a man outside of a McHenry Street apartment complex late last year appeared in Christian Circuit Court for arraignment Wednesday morning ...Read More

Trial Set In Vine Street Murder

A trial date has been set for the man accused of shooting and killing a Hopkinsville man in May 2014 on Vine Street ...Read More

Cavanaugh Lane Home Destroyed By Fire

A Christian County residence was destroyed and a nearby home was damaged by fire Wednesday morning ...Read More

Half Of Trigg Students Ready For Kindergarten

Trigg County Primary School Assistant Principal Lindsey Childers says kindergarten readiness scores remained near the same level this school year when compared to the 2013-2014 readiness scores ...Read More

Christian County Kindergarten Students More Prepared

The Christian County School District is celebrating an increase in readiness scores for the current kindergarten students this year ...Read More

Crimestoppers Seeking Fugitives

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

Ready Set Kindergarten On Thursday

Trigg County Primary School is hosting a program for parents and future kindergarteners ...Read More

Hendricks Hosting First Walk Party

Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendricks will hold his first Mayor's Walk Party Friday...Read More

Biden And Clinton Among 400 At Ford Funeral

More than 400 people, including Vice President Joe Biden and former President Bill Clinton, paid their last respects to former Senator and Governor Wendell Ford Tuesday in Owensboro ...Read More

Two Charged With Organized Crime

The Christian County Sheriff's Department arrested two local men Monday on charges including organized crime ...Read More

More Restrictions On Eggners Ferry Bridge

Transportation officials are announcing two more days of lane restrictions on the Eggners Ferry Bridge ...Read More

Survey Seeks Input On Cadiz And Trigg County

The Cadiz Planning Commission is looking for some answers ...Read More

Final Primary Candidate Filings

With the deadline for candidate filings passed, the field is now set for the May primary with six candidates in the gubernatorial race ...Read More

Lopez Wins Fort Campbell Spouse Of The Year

An employee at the Christian County Chamber of Commerce is a finalist for the national Military Spouse of the Year ...Read More

Round Table Magazine Accepting Submissions

Hopkinsville Community College’s literary magazine, The Round Table, is now accepting submissions of original poetry, prose, or artwork for it's 2015 issue ...Read More

YMCA Holds 18th Annual Meeting

The Hopkinsville-Christian County YMCA held its 18th Annual Meeting Tuesday with new board members inducted and outgoing board members recognized ...Read More

Local Students Serving As WKU Spirit Masters

Two area students are among the 32 students at Western Kentucky University who are serving as Spirit Masters for the 2014-15 year ...Read More

Health Departments Offer Cancer Protection

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, and the Christian County Health Department's Jennifer Boone says most cervical cancer is caused by a virus that is preventable with a simple vaccine ...Read More

Kynect Signup Ends Feb 15

The last day to sign up for health insurance through the state's insurance marketplace is just a few weeks away ...Read More

Bevin Files To Run For Governor

After losing in the 2014 Republican Primary against Senator Mitch McConnell, Tea Party candidate Matt Bevin is making another run for office in 2015 ...Read More

Martin Retires From Cadiz Police Department

Cadiz Police Sargeant Richard Martin is retiring after 20 years of service with the department ...Read More

Color Casing Ceremony In Liberia

It's an official step towards the conclusion of a mission in West Africa ...Read More

HCC Board Accepting Nominations For Two Vacancies

The Governor's office is accepting nominations to fill vacancies on the Hopkinsville Community College Advisory Board ...Read More

Brother Irvin Darnall Remembered

A man who pastored a number of churches in Trigg County is being remembered for his passionate service and devotion to others ...Read More
Conservation District Chairman Romie Bardwell presented Fiscal Court with $5,000 check for the dead animal disposal program.

Fiscal Court Asking For Gas Tax Review

Christian Fiscal Court approved a resolution Tuesday morning asking the state to review the way it calculates the gas tax ...Read More

Legisltive Staff Member Makes Allegations

A legislative staff member, who was fired last week by state House Majority Whip Johnny Bell, has alleged in court documents that Bell's decision was motivated in part a desire to have a sexual relationship with another woman he wanted to hire ...Read More

Nunn To Appeal Judge's Ruling

The son of a former Kentucky governor will appeal a Fayette County judge's refusal to throw out his guilty plea and life sentence in the shooting death of onetime fiancé Amanda Ross ...Read More

Hopkinsville Transit Serves 500th Customer

Even before Hopkinsville Transit Authority holds a ribbon cutting Thursday, the new system has already served it 500th passenger ...Read More
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Farm Bureau Selects Agency Managers

Christian County Farm Bureau Insurance, previously managed by John Burman, will now be under the direction two Agency Managers ...Read More

Hopkinsville Woman Injured In Monday Crash

A Hopkinsville woman was transported following a two vehicle accident Monday evening ...Read More

Planning Commission Conducts Comprehensive Survey

The Cadiz/Trigg County Planning Commission held its first meeting of 2015 Tuesday, welcoming two news members and electing officers for the coming year.
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Caldwell Wreck Claims One, Injures Three

Kentucky State Police say one person died Monday night in a single vehicle wreck east of Princeton on Highway 62, the Dawson Springs Road ...Read More

Hopkinsville Men Arrested On Child Exploitation Charges

Two Hopkinsville men are facing charges related to child exploitation following their arrests Monday by State Police ...Read More

Trigg Deputies Arrest Hopkinsville Man

The Trigg County Sheriff's office arrested a Hopkinsville man Saturday after he was allegedly found driving the wrong way on the interstate ...Read More

Suspect In Robbery Threatens Use Of Spray

Hopkinsville Police are investigating a robbery Sunday at a local retailer where the suspect threatened the use of pepper spray ...Read More

District Says No Inappropriate Yearbook Quotes Allowed

In response to accusations of discrimination, Christian County School officials say any yearbook quote deemed inappropriate, no matter the sexual orientation of the student, will not be allowed ...Read More

Clinton And Biden To Attend Funeral For Wendell Ford

Two of the top Democratic leaders in the nation will be in Owensboro Tuesday to pay tribute to the late Senator Wendell Ford ...Read More

Volunteers Needed For Operation Preparation

Although it's still more than a month away, the Trigg County School District is making plans for Operation Preparation ...Read More

Free Training For Qualified Young People

In today's economy, specialized job training is a necessity, but for young adults just out of high school, the cost of such training can be a career road block ...Read More
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Grimes To Run For Secretary Of State

Alison Lundergan Grimes says she will run for a second term as Kentucky Secretary of State this year ...Read More

LBL Area Supervisor Discusses Timber Management

U S Forest Service officials say timber cutting near the Trace in Land Between the Lakes is being done to remove trees damaged by the 2009 ice storm ...Read More

I-69 Will Lead To More Mile Marker Changes

It appears that a big section of the Pennyrile Parkway could be officially converted to Interstate 69 by the end of this year ...Read More

Retirement With John Burman

When John Burman retired from Christian County Farm Bureau, he wasn't just leaving a job ...Read More

McGill Says Farewell To Hometown Paper

Although it will always be home, the Cadiz Record's editor and general manager, Justin McGill, is leaving the newspaper where he got his start ...Read More
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McConnell Discusses Congress On 60 Minutes

United States Senator Mitch McConnell says he and House Speaker John Boehner are committed to Congress making some progress this year ...Read More

Hoptown Hoppers Hold Host Family Reception

The Hoptown Hoppers held a reception for past, present and future host families at the Christian County Historical Society in downtown Hopkinsville Sunday ...Read More

Lyon County Boil Water Advisory Lifted

The boil water advisory that was issued along Highway 810 in Lyon County late last week has been lifted ...Read More

Pilot Experience Noted In Kuttawa Crash Report

The NTSB preliminary investigation report from the January 2, Lyon County plane crash shows the pilot Marty Gutzler had more than 2,300 hours of flying time....Read More

Senator Ford Remembered In Frankfort

The spirit of former Kentucky Governor and retired United States Senator Wendell Ford will forever walk the halls of the Capitols in Kentucky and Washington, DC ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Arrested After Pursuit

A Hopkinsville man is facing a number of charges after he was arrested following a foot pursuit Friday night in Hopkinsville ...Read More

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

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.