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With the weather staying relatively cold, perfect chili weather is here, and two Oak Grove locals thought there's no better way to bring the community together than a chili cook-off.

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Appellate Judge Christopher Shea Nickell walked away with a narrow victory in the race against Sen. Whitney Westerfield to the Kentucky Supreme Court District 1 seat.

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Each December, Gold Star wife Kathy Hayes honors her late husband by placing a wreath on his grave at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-West.

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The Christian County Public Schools proposed nickel tax has been voted down by the citizens of Christian County. The vote wasn’t close.

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An event was happening on campus at Hopkinsville Community College when President Dr. Alissa Young remembers seeing a student pile her plate with food. However, when the student sat down to eat, Young said she separated it and only ate half, covering the rest for safekeeping.

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Oak Grove Racing and Gaming kicked off the racing season Friday with its inaugural race featuring harness horse racing, betting, temporary tents, bleachers, food trucks and a beer garden. Another round of races will begin at 2:05 p.m. today at the track.

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Quigg and Callender Project will be hosting a motorcycle ride called Battle Ride on Saturday, Oct. 26 in partnership with American Legion Riders, Post 233 in Fort Campbell to raise funds to purchase service dogs for veterans in the Fort Campbell area struggling with post traumatic stress disorder.

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The Oak Grove Tourism Commission is brainstorming ideas to create a new attraction that will bring more tourists to Oak Grove.

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On Tuesday, the Kentucky Department of Education released its new five-star accountability model along with kyschoolreportcard.com -- a website that breaks down education data by district -- along with each school's proficiency rates for the previous school year.

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The man who murdered his mother in 2014 received his final sentencing Wednesday afternoon after being found guilty by jury July 11. Jamal Mounts was sentenced to life in prison.

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The Christian County Fiscal Court approved a discretionary funds agreement and resolution to allow Christian County Judge Executive Steve Tribble to sign an agreement between the county and the state transportation department concerning roadwork in Christian County.

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When the Kentucky Department of Education released the statewide accountability results Tuesday, Christian County Public Schools had reasons to celebrate.

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The Christian County Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs and Governmental Affairs Committees hosted Sen. Rand Paul for their roundtable luncheon Tuesday afternoon to discuss the future of Fort Campbell, trade war issues for western Kentucky and more. Chamber President and CEO Kelli Pendleto…

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The Kentucky Department of Education released today its new school accountability system. The system consists of an overall score rating as well as a star rating.

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Fort Campbell Army post was put under a boil water notice following the discovery of potential contamination Monday night, causing Fort Campbell schools to be delayed two hours Tuesday. The advisory continued through Wednesday and is expected to be lifted today.

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An Oak Grove resident has stepped forward with the $1 million ticket sold for Saturday night’s Powerball drawing. The winner, who wished to remain anonymous, arrived at Kentucky Lottery headquarters today with family.

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The Kentucky Department of Education recently announced it will be seeking public feed back on the new minimum high school graduation requirements at four locations throughout the state. On Oct. 30, Kentucky Education Commissioner Wayne D. Lewis and KDE representatives will be at Hopkinsvill…

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The man leading the team at Christian County Drug Court will soon retire after 16 years coordinating the program that gives jail-bound substance abusers a second chance at being productive citizens instead of going behind bars.

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At the first Oak Grove Committee of the Whole meeting Tuesday night, committee members discussed reviewing a few different ordinances that haven't been changed for several years, with the oldest dating back to 1996.

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Christian County Middle School has a new reason for pride. The Alliance for a Healthier Generation recently named the school as one of the healthiest schools in the nation.

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On Tuesday after a lengthy discussion, Oak Grove City Council chose to table an amendment to the current smoking ordinance. Currently, Oak Grove has a partial smoking ban, only banning smoking inside restaurants.

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Linda Compton, 68, Cadiz, was arraigned and pleaded not guilty Tuesday morning in Trigg District Court on 43 counts of alleged animal cruelty and 43 counts of failure to vaccinate.

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An Oak Grove resident has started a petition online to reinstate an Oak Grove volunteer firefighter who was recently let go by the mayor; however, Oak Grove Mayor Theresa Jarvis is standing by her decision.

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Two Oak Grove Police Department officers recently graduated from the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Basic Training Academy on Eastern Kentucky State University's campus in Richmond.

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At about 11 p.m. Tuesday, Derek R. Hill, 46, arrived at Hi-Road Gas Station on Hugh Hunter Road with multiple stab wounds at various parts of his body.

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Narcotics, counterfeit money and drug paraphernalia were found inside a residence at 624 Avondale Road during a search warrant executed Friday by Oak Grove Police Department officers.