An energetic Jacob Whitaker jumped around and waved his American flag in the air as he waited Saturday for the start of the Veterans Honor Parade in downtown Hopkinsville.
With temperatures set to drop below 20 degrees F, the Salvation Army of Hopkinsville will open its extreme weather event shelter from 7 p.m. tonight to 7 a.m. Tuesday in the Soup Kitchen at 313 E. Seventh St.
With the possibility of snow and icy roads this evening, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and Kentucky State Police are urging motorists to use extra caution while commuting.
While the basketball season doesn't start for another few weeks, a group of former Christian County hoopers came together Saturday for the annual Lady Colonel Alumni Basketball Game at CCHS.
LEXINGTON -- Mark Stoops was still scratching his head Monday as he tried to analyze his team's disappointing 17-13 loss to Tennessee last weekend.
LEXINGTON -- Immanuel Quickley wasn't surprised when Kentucky climbed to the top of the polls Monday.
Tyler Stallons had a lot of success during his time as head coach of the Hopkinsville Tigers boys' soccer team, but now he is ready to be more involved in a team that's a little closer to home.
Understanding the Nickel Tax
Historically, newspaper editorial boards across the country have offered recommendations to their readership as to who they believe is best fit to represent and serve their communities. The Kentucky New Era has participated in this practice for some time.