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Not many people get to celebrate 30 years in business, said Jerry Ethridge of the milestone he and his family recognized on Friday with a ribbon-cutting and open house at the family business, Ethridge Plastics and Hydrographics Inc., located on Industrial Drive in Cadiz.

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The first jury trial scheduled to take place in Christian County in around a year was postponed Monday morning after the victim in the case did not appear in court despite being allegedly subpoenaed. Jury trials were postponed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library walking group clocked 2.49 miles Friday morning. The group meets at 8:30 a.m. every Friday morning.

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The blonde girl on Holiday Burgers’ logo is donning a captain’s hat and making the move to Lake Barkley, where the iconic Hopkinsville restaurant’s owners are opening a second location at Cap’n Jim’s Grill.

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Following the reversal of the verdict against Karen Brafman, 35, who is accused of setting fire to a mobile home with several people inside, Brafman appeared in Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins’ court Wednesday morning with her new defense attorneys.

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This week, Historic Downtown Hopkinsville announced many spring activities happening in the Downtown Renaissance District through the rest of April and into the beginning of May, in a recent publication.

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The Lot-Next-Door Program and the Mass Foreclosure Program are on their way to becoming an official committee as the Hopkinsville City Council will vote on the matter during their meetings in May.

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Hopkinsville City officials announced that Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center will open to the public June 18, for a shortened season.

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The Oak Grove City Council met Tuesday for a regular meeting to consider several proposals, one of which was a land acquisition proposal presented by Christian County Magistrates Phillip Peterson and Jerry Gilliam.

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The Hopkinsville City Council met Tuesday for its second meeting of April in council chambers to discuss ordinances, municipal orders, appointments to the Non-Partisan Elections Citizens Committee with a pinning ceremony for new Hopkinsville Police Department officer Jarrit Beasley.

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Attorney David Rye sought a trial date for former Trigg County Sheriff Jason Barnes during a virtual appearance on April 14 before Trigg County Circuit Judge C.A. Woodall.

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Christian County Public School System announced the “Adopt a Senior” program and is looking for individuals or businesses to help them honor the members of the Hopkinsville and Christian County High School classes of 2021.

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The city of Hopkinsville, Christian County Health Department and the Pennyroyal Arts Council have teamed up to announce the kickoff of the “Get A Shot, Take A Shot” contest last Thursday.

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The Pennyroyal Area Development District is in full force this April as they released their April newsletter updated the public on their various projects and opportunities.

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One of the men accused in the 2016 Ghost Bridge murder case appeared in Christian Circuit Court Judge John Atkins’ court via Zoom Monday morning to have his trial date vacated and rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic preventing trials until May.

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The Perfect Closet and the Pennyroyal Arts Council are coming together every Saturday in April to present an upscale consignment shopping experience at the former Miller’s Son Store to benefit Grace and Mercy, The Boys and Girls Club of Hopkinsville-Christian County and the Aaron McNeil House Inc.

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Kentucky Auditor Mike Harmon recently released the Christian County Sheriff’s Office tax settlement for 2019. Under state law, the auditor must annually audit the accounts of each county sheriff.

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Hopkinsville Fire Department members and Square Deal grocery owner Tammy Grant clean up debris from the store Friday morning. The locally owned grocery burned down late Thursday evening.

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Four women accused in the First United Methodist Church child abuse cases were scheduled to appear in Christian Circuit Court Judge John Atkins’ court Thursday afternoon to either set the cases for jury trials or to hear a motion to join all four cases to be tried at once.

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The Oak Grove City Council officially approved the hiring of a new public works director at a regular meeting Tuesday night. The council also considered the third budget amendment, adopting the International Property Maintenance Code and creating a part-time administrative assistant for City Hall.

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The First United Methodist Church Daycare child abuse case was scheduled in Circuit Judge John Atkins’ courtroom Wednesday morning to have its previous trial date expunged and rescheduled, but due to a motion the commonwealth intends to file, the trial has not yet been rescheduled.

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The Hopkinsville City Council met in person on Tuesday night for its first meeting of April to discuss budget amendments, loans, committees and HWEA water rates.

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FANCY FARM — With what organizers describe as “cautious optimism,” plans are being made to have the 141st St. Jerome Fancy Farm Picnic in its traditional entirety on Aug. 7, 2021.

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With the school year coming to a close and summer break just around the corner, the Hopkinsville-Christian County YMCA announced its plans for the month of April as the weather warms, businesses are continuing to open more to the public and everyone is gearing up for the summer.

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The Kentucky Sheriff’s Boys and Girls Ranch Summer Camp is a go this summer and the Christian County Sheriff’s Department is collecting donations for the camp.

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At the recent committee of the whole meeting, Hopkinsville Solid Waste Enterprise General Manager Tony Sicari updated the council on the city’s recycling program while discussing the possible start back date.

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A motion was recently filed to the Kentucky Court of Appeals in the case of retired Hopkinsville Police Officer Jefferson Alexander to compel Circuit Court Judge John Atkins to grant a motion to dismiss Alexander’s case after Atkins recently denied a motion to dismiss.