To celebrate Womens’ History Month each year, The Human Rights Commission of Hopkinsville-Christian County gives a $500 Women Educating Women Scholarship to a local student.
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Businesses across the board have been hit hard during the coronavirus pandemic.
Counties bordering Kentucky are beginning to get a “whole lot” of cases of the new COVID-19 coronavirus, said Christian County Emergency Management Director Randy Graham.
ACC and SEC join other Power Five in canceling spring sports
Monday’s rain cast a dreary shadow over athletic fields across the southern Pennyrile but that shadow will remain for the foreseeable future with KHSAA’s mandated dead period for high school athletics.
Tuesday was filled with ups and downs for local teams as the Trigg County Lady Wildcats made history against Caldwell County, and the Hopkinsville Lady Tigers suffered a tough defeat at the hands of the Henderson County Lady Colonels.
The boys’ Eighth District Tournament kicked off at Christian County on Tuesday night.
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