Combining local art with a worthy cause, the Hopkinsville-Christian County Recycling Art Contest results were unveiled Friday in a showcase of young artistic talent.
Hopkinsville police are encouraging people to consider using a free online service that can help them keep track of their valuables.
For Hopkinsville High School pitcher Easton McGee, the Toyota of Hopkinsville Baseball Athlete of the Year, the end of the prep season was just the start of a busy summer on the diamond.
Some of the biggest stars in basketball will be on the court at Rupp Arena in September.
OWENSBORO, Ky. — The fall sports season officially got under way on Friday, but it had end-of-season foreshadowing on the golf course.
The University of Louisville football team will take the field against arguably the top program of the past decade when the Cardinals kick off the season three years from now.
When Texas Republican Ted Cruz stood on the U.S. Senate floor a week ago Friday and called Majority Leader Mitch McConnell a liar, it wasn’t hard to imagine that the savvy Kentuckian would put Cruz in his place soon enough.
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Who looks at a vacant gasoline station in a tiny farming community and sees a home for a new restaurant? It might sound unlikely, but that’s what happened in Trenton, where Kentucky transplants Michael and Hannah Broyles have created the Black Sheep Bistro in the old Standard Oil station.
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Editor’s note: Kelly R. Jackson’s Garden Corner column is taking on a new format. He now takes questions called into his phone recently at the Christian County Extension Office and answers them in the column.
For years, those of us who lived on the Pembroke Road or anyone who traveled it often, dodging pot holes was our way of driving.