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FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL:Trigg County 21 Union County 14 ---- Caldwell County 55 Fort Campbell 7 ---- Hopkinsville 61 Warren East 21 ---- Murray 44 Marshall County 3 ---- Owensboro 48 Ohio County 7 ---- Greenwood 35 Logan County 0 ---- Madisonville 49 Henderson County 0........................................From the Sports Edge: Numerous media sources report that former UK basketball star Rex Chapman was arrested for shoplifting.
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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

Chamber Selects New Membership Director


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

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 For Drugs, Weapons, And Unlawful Imprisonment


A welfare check at an Easy Street home leads to charges against a Hopkinsville man that include trafficking in drugs, possession of a stolen handgun, and unlawful imprisonment ...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

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

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

MSU-HCC Partnership Agreement


The presidents of Hopkinsville Community College and Murray State University signed an agreement Thursday afternoon that makes it easier for students who want to continue seeking higher education ...Read More

Car Strikes Train In Hopkins County


An underlying medical condition was the apparent cause of an accident Thursday morning involving an SUV and a train in Hopkins County ...Read More

Statewide Unemployment Rate Down In August


The statewide unemployment rate saw a slight decrease during the month of August ...Read More

Marcus Resigns From Chamber


The Christian County Chamber of Commerce will be looking for a new Milliary Affairs Director after the recent resignation of Kensley Marcus ...Read More

Princeton Woman Accused Of Stealing Prescription


A Princeton woman is facing charges she stole prescription medication from a Princeton residence ...Read More

Kentucky State Police Cruiser Fire


Firefighters were called to southern Hopkins County Wednesday afternoon after a Kentucky State Police cruiser caught on fire ...Read More

Taste of the Pennyrile Thursday Night


The Bruce Convention Center will be filled with a variety of food vendors Thursday night for the annual Pennyroyal Hospice Taste of the Pennyrile fundraiser ...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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Homeplace Marks 36th Anniversary


The Homeplace in Land Between the Lakes is marking its 36th anniversary this fall ...Read More

Fugitive Of The Week Arrested


This week's Christian County Crime Stoppers Fugitive of the Week has been arrested on a Crime Stopper tip ...Read More

New Era Buys Providence Paper


The Kentucky New Era has announced it is buying a Webster County newspaper, the Journal-Enterprise in Providence ...Read More

Body Of Missing Man Found In Henry County


Authorities have begun a homicide investigation into the death of a man who was reported missing by authorities in Calloway County ...Read More

Tennessee Man Injured In Wednesday Accident


A Tennessee man was injured in a tractor trailer accident Wednesday morning on Newstead Road ...Read More

Breathitt Veterinary Center Groundbreaking Thursday


Excitement is continuing to build for the contruction of the new Murray State University Breathitt Veterinary Center on the Hopkinsville Regional Campus that will officially start Thursday with a groundbreaking ceremony ...Read More

Graves Murder Suspect Moved To Jail


The Illinois man charged with killing a Mayfield teenager, kidnapping his mother, and then later killing her in Ohio has been moved from a medical facility to the Warren County Jail in Ohio ...Read More

Crimestoppers Seeking Two Fugitives


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

Sinking Fork To Participate In Project Fit America


Officials with the Christian County Schools have announced that Sinking Fork Elementary School, in collaborating efforts with Project Fit America and Baptist Health Madisonville, are creating exemplary Fitness in Education.
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Cadiz Council Discusses Nuisance Ordinance


The Cadiz City Council met in a special called meeting Tuesday night to hear the first reading of changes to the city'’s nuisance ordinance ...Read More

Longtime Councilman Withdraws From Race


Hopkinsville City Councilman Charlie Henderson announced Tuesday night that he has withdrawn his candidacy for the Ward 5 seat on City Council from the November general election ...Read More

Trigg School Board Approves Three Change Orders


The Trigg County School Board addressed three construction change orders and approved payments for the new primary school building Tuesday evening ...Read More

Dedication Of Hopkinsville Municipal Building


Hopkinsville city officials and a large gathering of community members were on hand Tuesday afternoon for the official ribbon cutting and dedication at the new Hopkinsville Municipal Center ...Read More

Stabbing Suspect Now In Jail


The man accused of stabbing his girlfriend early Sunday morning in Hopkinsville is now in jail ...Read More

Eye Opener Breakfast During Minority Enterprise Week


The date is set for the next Christian County Chamber of Commerce Eye Opener Breakfast ...Read More

Ham Festival Less Than A Month Away


The Trigg County Country Ham Festival is less than a month away ...Read More

One Injured In Tuesday Morning Accident


One person was transported to Jennie Stuart Medical Center following a two vehicle accident on the Pennyrile Parkway ...Read More

Man Wanted In Indiana Arrested In Princeton


A man wanted in Indiana, is now in custody following his arrest Monday by Princeton Police......Read More

"Take Back" Collection Day Coming Up


Kentucky State Police will partner with the Drug Enforcement Administration on Saturday, September 27, in a collaborative effort to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from home medicine cabinets, in the 9th national DEA "Take Back" initiative ...Read More

Tobacco War Pilgrimage Coming Up


Tickets are still available for all of the events associated with the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville and Christian County's Tobacco War Pilgrimage weekend September 26 and 27 ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Arrested On Drug Charges


A Hopkinsville man is facing drug charges following his arrest Monday afternoon ...Read More

Schools Can Register For "Poetry Out Loud"


Schools and teachers across the state can register through October 1st to participate in Poetry Out Loud, a national poetry recitation competition created by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation ...Read More

Trigg Fiscal Court Concerned About Trigg Hospital


Although Trigg County Fiscal Court approved four appointments to the Trigg County Hospital Board during Monday's meeting, magistrates are still questioning the financial situation at the local hospital ...Read More

Broad Street Home Damaged By Fire


A Broad Street house sustained damage during a Monday night fire in Hopkinsville ...Read More

John L. Street Library Hosts Author's History Presentation


The John L. Street Library in Cadiz is hosting Eddie Price, a teacher and author of the Kentucky-based novel "Widder's Landing," on Thursday, September 18, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm ...Read More

More Soldiers From 159th CAB Retuning This Weekend


More troops from a battalion at Fort Campbell are scheduled to make their journey home this week ...Read More

JMAM To Host Lafayette Artist


The Janice Mason Art Museum in Cadiz will host a new one-person exhibit, beginning in October through the end of November ...Read More

State Organization To Tour Trigg Schools


Kentucky Leads the Nation will spotlight Trigg County Schools on Monday, September 29, as one of the most innovative districts in the state ...Read More

Hopkinsville Municipal Center Dedication


Hopkinsville City officials will dedicate the new Hopkinsville Municipal Center Tuesday afternoon with words from County Historian William Turner and tours of the new building ...Read More

More Than Half Million In Drugs Seized In Lyon County


Officials from several area law enforcement agencies are continuing their investigation after more than a half million dollars in drug was seized Friday in Lyon County ...Read More
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Fort Campbell To Conduct POW Ceremony


Military officials will pay tribute later this week to those who have been held as a prisoner of war ...Read More

Fort Campbell Fire Department Promoting Fire Safety


The Fort Campbell Fire Department is teaming up with the Fort Campbell School System and Campbell Crossing to promote National Fire Prevention Week ...Read More

Crime Stoppers Fugitive Turns Herself In


One of last week's Christian County Crime Stoppers Fugitives of the week turned herself in this weekend ...Read More

Free Car Seat Checks Saturday


The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting free child car seat safety checks from 10:00am until 2:00pm, Saturday, at Kohl’s, at 2840 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard ...Read More

Soldiers To Participate In Bluegrass Rendezvous


Wounded, injured and ill Soldiers from both Fort Campbell and Fort Knox will participate in the Bluegrass Rendezvous Bike Ride ...Read More

Two Robbed On Rail Trail


Hopkinsville Police are investigating the robbery of two teenagers Sunday night on the Rail Trail near the Hopkinsville Christian County Public Library ...Read More

Hopkinsville Beautification Photo Contest Is Online


Hopkinsville residents have two more months to enter the Hopkinsville Beautification Commission's online photo contest ...Read More

One Injured In Scooter Accident


One person was transported for treatment following a scooter accident Sunday afternoon ...Read More

Two Transported After Sunday Crash


Two people were transported following a two vehicle accident Sunday morning in Hopkinsville ...Read More

Governor Signs Law Enforcement Legislation


Governor Steve Beshear Monday ceremonially signed four bills that support law enforcement in the Commonwealth ...Read More

Conway Salutes Mike Foster


Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway says he was pleased to see Christian County Attorney Mike Foster honored for his contributions at the Kentucky Prosecutors Conference, in August......Read More

Hopkinsville Cable Authority Discusses Time Warner Denial


At a special called meeting Monday, the Hopkinsville Cable Television Authority formally outlined the reasons it moved last week to deny the transfer of the local franchise from Time Warner to Comcast and then Comcast to Charter ...Read More

Military Police Battalion Returning To Fort Campbell


Another group of soldiers is scheduled to return home to Fort Campbell next week ...Read More

High Attendance Day For Christian County Schools


Officials with the Christian County Public Schools, and schools across the state, are working to boost the number of students in the classroom each day ...Read More

JSMC Women's Show In Early October


The 14th annual JSMC Health Western Kentucky Women's Show will be Friday, October 3 ...Read More

Pennyroyal Arts Celebrates "The Big Read"


The Pennyroyal Arts Council's “Big Read” celebration kick-offs Thursday, October 2 with a party at the historic Alhambra Theatre ...Read More

Plans Shaping Up For NatureFest


Officials from Hopkinsville and Christian County are encouraging children and adults to be a part of Saturday NatureFest at Jeffers Bend ...Read More

Tickets On Sale For Trigg County Ham Festival Breakfast


Tickets go on sale this week for the Trigg County Country Ham Festival Kickoff Breakfast ...Read More

HCC Planning 50th Anniversary Celebration


Planning is under way for next year's 50th Anniversary celebration at Hopkinsville Community College ...Read More