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(From left) Henery, Angel and Rosie are all 1-month-old domestic short haired cats. Rosie is a female calico colored female, Angel is a male orange tiger and Henery is black and white tuxed male. They are two of the many animals dropped off each month at the Christian County Animal Shelter. …

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Dr. Larry Allen, Assistant Professor with Murray State University’s College of Education and Human Services and a former Caldwell County School District superintendent, recently brought together a gro

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It’s that time of year when gardening enthusiasts are ready to get their hands dirty, and a simple Google search or a stroll through any garden center will yield a sometimes overwhelming number of cho

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Many experienced lawn and garden enthusiasts lay mulch to ensure their properties make it through spring, summer and fall unscathed.

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When people think of outdoor storage, they generally envision garden sheds to house their lawn and garden equipment and tools.

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Honey has been widely used by humankind for about 2,500 years because of its many health benefits. Honey has been shown to help with digestion, serve as a natural energy source, used for skin care and

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Deed transactions for transfer of property in Lyon County have been recorded in County Clerk Sarah DeFew’s office. Transactions recorded include:

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WASHINGTON  –  While significant progress has been made in diagnosing and treating post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries from a decade and a half of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars

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People from all corners of the installation came together Friday to celebrate Earth Day by reaching out to the community, raising awareness and having fun playing games and listening to live music.

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Madisonville Community College recently received a challenge gift from an anonymous donor to support the Lavender Fund II Scholarship. Hoping to enlist the support of community members, area civic clu

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Baptist Health was named one of the Top 15 Best Places to Work in Kentucky among large companies with 500 or more employees at an April 20 banquet in Lexington hosted by the Kentucky Chamber of Commer

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The Hopkins/Muhlenberg Elder Abuse Council meets at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Hopkins County Senior Center, 200 N. Main St. in Madisonville.

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Raymond and Mary Giannini of Princeton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Katrina Marie Giannini, to Austin Tyler Reed, son of Kim Reed and Tim Reed, both of Bowling G

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Duplicate Bridge wi­­n­­ners­­ for Tues­­­day evening­, April 12, at the George Coon Public ­Li­­brary in downtown Princeton were Willa Pedley and Barbara Mitchell. Second place were Jenny Robertson a

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Ty and Lori Young of Hopkinsville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jordan Leigh Young, to Jacob Michael McKinley, son of Peter and Linda McKinley of Etowah, Tennesse