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One Saturday morning years ago, my high school history teacher…

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The Pennyrile Area Development District’s board of directors has approved an operating budget for the upcoming 2020-21 fiscal year that includes $18.2 million in revenues and exceeds total revenues for the past fiscal year by $1.6 million.

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Hopkinsville Mayor Wendell Lynch vetoed the Hopkinsville City Council’s 6-5 vote that would have approved nonpartisan elections for city council and mayoral candidates. The council approved the ordinance Tuesday despite public outcries to hold off until after the pandemic.

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Most laws passed during the Kentucky general assembly’s 2020 meeting went into effect on Wednesday, July 15. The legislature’s short session may have Christian County residents wondering what has changed.

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Despite it being the middle of the summer, Christian County Middle School was busy as ever Tuesday, as a plethora of citizens waited in line for help with their unemployment claims.

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Due to expected heat and humidity levels next week the July 14 distribution time for the Feeding America food distribution in Oak Grove will be moved to 9 a.m. until noon at the Oak Grove Community Center.

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The free Hoptown Hose Down will be from 2 to 3 p.m. on weekdays through Aug. 31. The daily schedule includes:

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As schools in Kentucky prepare to reopen in-person instruction amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kentucky Department of Education is releasing 16 documents to help guide school districts. The flagship document is the 24-page Healthy at School guide.

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear released new guidance last week for schools to open safely in the fall. The guidelines mirror Beshear’s healthy at home guidelines that were set in place when COVID-19 hit Kentucky.

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Editor’s note: The primary election totals in this article are preliminary, as a number of absentee ballots must still be counted. Final totals for each race are due to the Secretary of State’s Office on June 30 and that is when winners of each local race will be announced.

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On Tuesday, Christian County Fiscal Court hosted its final virtual meeting due to COVID-19 for the second reading of the 2020-21 Christian County budget and the supplemental payment for the Christian County Sheriff amongst other business.

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Despite muggy weather, a small group of locals gathered Saturday morning at the Christian County Justice Center to organize a march to the Christian County Clerk’s Office to encourage people to vote for change.

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The Christian County Health Department Board of Health recently voted to approve a syringe exchange program in the county, after being one of few counties in the surrounding areas without one.

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The Christian County Chamber of Commerce has formed an Economic Recovery Team comprised of key organizations, business leaders and local government to help connect area businesses to resources and identify actions needed to ensure economic prosperity for the county.