Hopkinsville Committee of the Whole voted Tuesday to forward the small business stimulus program to city council for approval and to form a subcommittee to re-evaluate how the city will spend the rest of the $2.23 million it received for COVID-19 relief reimbursement.
During Tuesday’s Christian Fiscal Court meeting, Christian County Clerk Mike Kem reminded voters about the procedures to cast their ballots in this year’s general election, and the court magistrates approved a request from Kem to change their next meeting to allow the fiscal courtroom to be …
Buddhist monk Tsering Phuntsok, a Hopkinsville Community College guest lecturer, was supposed to return home to India in May, but his travel plans have been postponed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Kentucky State Police are investigating a fatal house fire that occurred early Thursday morning in Cadiz.
With Thursday’s All “A” semi-state round against Murray looming, it could’ve been easy for the University Heights Academy Blazers to look over the Hopkins County Central Storm and let their opponents sneak up on them.
With the game tied 1-1, it looked like Hopkinsville was going to get the edge and have the 2-1 lead going into the fourth set.
When the Hopkinsville Lady Tigers needed a goal Tuesday night, Abby Moss stepped up and delivered.
After cruising to victories in its first two contests, the University Heights Academy Lady Blazers had a bigger challenge in front of them.