• By Zirconia Alleyne, New Era Features Editor
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It doesn’t matter how big or small, Presbyterian, Lutheran and Baptist churches across the county are getting ready to host activity-packed Bible camps, better known as vacation Bible school, this summer.

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Bob and Dottie Simmons will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on Sunday, May 29, 2016.

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Richard and Bonnie Wilson, Pembroke, are observing their 50th wedding anniversary.

  • By Matt Kem, finance columnist
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Insurance has historically been, and should continue to be, one of the most important safeguards for long-term financial planning. With that said, the question becomes, “How do you find the right insurer?”

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Richard and Bonnie Wilson, Pembroke, are observing their 50th wedding anniversary.

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  • By Meredith Willse, New Era staff writer
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Fourteen years ago, a 47-year-old Hopkinsville woman stumbled upon a career idea that would become her first job, win her an award and more.

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Staff Sgt. Cardia Summers, 75th Ranger Regiment, received the 2016 Sgt. Eric L. Coggins Award for Excellence on Thursday in Charlottesville, Virginia, according to an announcement via Facebook from the Pentagon.

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Carl and Marilyn Gilliland will celebrate their 50th anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 22, 2016, at a reception in the fellowship hall of Hopkinsville Church of Christ.

  • Hiding in Plain Sight, By James B. Coursey
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Henry Clay gave the oration at the dedication ceremony of the Kentucky Lunatic Asylum in Lexington, which opened in 1824. It was the second oldest psychiatric hospital in the U.S. But, by 1848, overcrowding necessitated the construction of a second hospital for the mentally challenged, and H…

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Buddy and Faye Oglesby celebrated their 50th anniversary Friday, May 6, 2016, at a family dinner.

  • By Kelly Jackson, Garden Corner
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Editor’s note: Kelly R. Jackson takes questions called into his phone recently at the Christian County Extension Office and answers them in the Garden Corner column.

  • The Times Leader
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PRINCETON, Ky. — His voice has been compared to John Denver, his showmanship compared to Garrison Keillor; and on June 4, Michael Johnathon, the famed host of “Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour,” will take the stage for the 19th annual Pennington Festival.

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  • By Zirconia Alleyne, New Era Features Editor
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Carrie Peach wasn’t scared when she saw a swarm of bees in her front yard Wednesday morning. Instead, the Hopkinsville homeowner immediately thought to call around for a beekeeper to come get them, and that’s exactly what local beekeepers want folks to do.

  • By Kelly R. Jackson, Garden Corner
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Editor’s note: Kelly R. Jackson takes questions called into his phone recently at the Christian County Extension Office and answers them in the Garden Corner column.

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Editor’s note: These are the listings for principal’s list and honor roll for the remaining Christian County public and private schools, and Trigg and Todd counties public schools for the third grading period of the 2015-2016 school year. Lists are submitted by the schools. To make correctio…

  • Garden Corner, By Kelly R. Jackson
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Editor’s note: Kelly R. Jackson takes questions called into his phone recently at the Christian County Extension Office and answers them in the Garden Corner column.

  • By Zirconia Alleyne, New Era Features Editor
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The Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana is inching toward its required 900 signatures to secure a special Alzheimer’s Awareness license plate.

  • Matthew A. Kem
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Over the past few years, you may have overheard friends or colleagues talking about Roth Conversions for their IRAs or 401K plans. Or perhaps your CPA or Financial Advisor has recommended you look into it for tax purposes. But, how exactly does a Roth Conversion affect you?

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  • By Meredith Willse, New Era staff writer
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Over the last year, First Presbyterian Church has been working to replace its sign. The new sign, made of stone from Indiana Cut Stone, was set in place March 25.

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Tony and Cathy Harbold, will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary Tuesday, April 12, 2016.

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Few people will leave a secure job and paycheck for the sake of a vision, but locally known car detailer Jason Bell did in December, knowing God was telling him to follow his dream.

  • By Jacob Thomas, New Era Staff Writer
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Alpha Alternative Pregnancy Care Center is preparing to mark its silver anniversary this year during their annual banquet May 2 at the James E. Bruce Convention Center after 25 years of service. The center hopes to raise enough money to expand their services with the help of an ultrasound machine.

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Two messages were delivered Thursday during the Easter prayer breakfast at the Hopkinsville YMCA. The first message stressed the YMCA is more than a gym. Paul Watts, executive director, said it is a place where hearts and minds can be changed.

  • By Kelly R. Jackson
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Editor’s Note: Kelly R. Jackson takes questions called into his phone recently at the Christian County Extension Office and answers them in the Garden Corner column.

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  • Hiding in Plain Sight, By James B. Coursey
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The second decade of the 20th century brought with it two of our three downtown Hopkinsville movie theaters, the Princess in 1911 and the Rex close behind in 1912. In 1928, the Alhambra made its debut. Of the three, only the Alhambra has been in almost constant operation — except for three o…

  • Garden Corner, By Kelly R. Jackson
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Editor’s note: Kelly R. Jackson takes questions called into his phone recently at the Christian County Extension Office and answers them in the Garden Corner column.

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Romie and Mary Ann Reid, Linneth Lane, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, March 12, 2016.

  • Garden Corner, By Kelly R. Jackson
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Editor’s note: Kelly R. Jackson takes questions called into his phone recently at the Christian County Extension Office and answers them in the Garden Corner column.

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The 29th annual Western Kentucky Evangelism Conference will bring four well-known preachers to Princeton on Monday. Local man, Dr. Todd Gray, is one of the preachers.

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