The Christian County Fiscal Court met Tuesday morning virtually to consider a second coronavirus relief fund request and to approve several early voting election officers.
During the last presidential election in 2016, 48% of Trigg County’s registered voters went to the polls.
Two paintings by Hopkinsville artist Linda Pierce appear in the Kentucky Arts Council’s touring exhibit, “Native Reflections: Visual Art by American Indians of Kentucky.”
When youngsters — and adults — dress up this week for Halloween activities and trick-or-treating, state and local officials advise the use of COVID-19 guidelines to follow for a safe, fun experience.
The KHSAA state cross country meet is set to begin on Friday in Paris at Bourbon County Park.
The first round of the Second Region Boys soccer tournament has come to a close, as Christian County fell to Henderson County 4-0 and UHA defeated Lyon County 7-0.
The Christian County Lady Colonels and Trigg County Lady Wildcats were in action on Tuesday night in Henderson, playing for a trip to the Second Region semifinals.
There isn’t a better time in the world to get your first win of the season.