The Christian County Health Department said Thursday that the county’s incidence rate is up to 32.2, keeping the county in the red zone for COVID-19. That number means that for the past seven days, the county has around 32.2 new positive cases daily, per 100,000 population.
Kentucky asks federal government for more unemployment funds
The annual rivalry game between Hopkinsville and Christian County started off with a bang.
Returning to action during the hardest part of the schedule has shown for the Christian County Colonels.
After COVID-19 pushed back the first opportunity, the Hopkinsville Tigers are just excited to renew their rivalry with Christian County.
In the disjointed football autumn that is 2020, it somehow makes perfect sense that defenders were left celebrating touchdowns by running backs who accidentally reached the end zone.
As I’ve Zoom-traveled the country speaking about legal issues involving the election, I have found myself, as well as audiences, bewildered and frustrated by one underlying question: Why is there so much legal uncertainty about so many critical questions concerning the rules for resolving a …
U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos visited inner-city Louisville recently, bringing a declaration sure to refire Kentucky’s charter-school movement.
After seeing Thursday night’s debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, we commend the Commission on Presidential Debates on its new rule muting the microphone of the candidate waiting for his turn to speak. The mere possibility of having their microphones mu…