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The suspect accused in a murder that took place in Oak Grove Sunday morning turned himself in after the Kentucky State Police announced its investigation into the murder, according to a KSP press release.

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Hopkinsville Community College has been selected as one of 25 colleges across Kentucky that was awarded grant funds by Kentucky’s Council on Postsecondary Education for a Summer Bridge Program.

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Casey Jones Distillery is ready to take a big step into the bourbon business with the recent announcement of the nearly $2 million in investments that will result in a new still and rickhouse.

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The Fraternal Order of Police, Hopkinsville Lodge 12 paid tribute to the fallen law enforcement officers who gave their lives in the line of duty last Thursday afternoon at the Annual Police Memorial Service and thanked local law enforcement for the sacrifices they make every day.

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Over the weekend, the annual Water Festival took place Saturday afternoon at Jeffers Bend Environmental Center.

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The Christian County Fiscal Court met Tuesday morning for a regular meeting in which the court approved an incentive package for the nearly $2 million expansion of Casey Jones Distillery as well as a 5% increase in contribution to the county’s health insurance plan.

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This Saturday on May 14, the global letter carrier food drive is back and will be held nationwide by the United States Postal Service — including an effort by the local office.

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Christian County’s very own Casey Jones Distillery will be expanding thanks to a nearly $2 million investment as part of the state’s momentum in the bourbon and spirits industry expansion, according to a press release from Gov. Andy Beshear’s office.

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The series of forums hosted by the Christian County Republican Party and Christian County Young Republicans wrapped up with the four Republicans running for their party’s nomination for judge executive introducing themselves to the voters and speaking on some of the pressing issues in the county.

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If you’ve noticed a lot more military activity around Fort Campbell lately, it’s because the troops with the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) have been conducting a division-wide training exercise.

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It’s been two years since the return but in less than a month, Project Graduation is back on board for seniors of the district that will be held May 27 at the Planters Bank-Jennie Stuart Health Sportsplex.

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Hopkinsville Rotary Club’s 72nd Annual Rotary Auction officially came to a close Saturday night with the sale of a country ham and when the dust had settled, the auction recorded another record-breaking year, raising over $100,000 more than last year.

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The Christian County Justice Center was part of the first third of Kentucky to receive access to newest software technology for court systems and the preservation of its records.

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The Christian County Fiscal Court met Tuesday morning for a regular meeting in which the court approved a recommendation from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet concerning its rural and secondary road program recommendations.

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The four candidates for the Republican nomination for Christian County Judge-executive gathered last week in Hopkinsville for a public forum hosted by the League of Women Voters.

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The Christian County Public Schools board met virtually last week to approve several waivers related to the new Hopkinsville Christian County Academy.

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Standing before their supporters at the Christian County Senior Center, United Way Campaign Co-chairmen Brooke Jung and Dan Kemp stirred the ingredients of a dish that has been months in the making and reached into the pot to display the fruits of their culinary labors, namely, $726,743 in f…

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Republican candidates for District 8 State Representative met in the Hopkinsville City Council Chambers on Monday night to discuss their priorities should they be elected during the Hopkinsville League of Women Voters Candidate Forum.

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The Christian County Fiscal Court met Tuesday morning for a regular meeting in which the court approved a resolution for the construction of a road extension on Davis Road as well as an additional American Rescue Act Premium Pay resolution for former Christian County employees who worked dur…

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This week Gov. Andy Beshear and Kentucky State Police announced that regional driver testing will now be located in the new Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Regional Drivers Licensing Office at 901 A S. Main St., to serve Christian, Trigg and Todd counties, according to a press release from B…

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Oak Grove’s Community Center has started April out strong with events each week for the public to attend. Beginning on the first day of the month the “Let us Vote” campaign began, welcoming the community to get out, get registered and most importantly vote.

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Several candidates vying for Christian County magistrate seats spoke on their priorities for the county Monday night during the Hopkinsville League of Women Voters Candidate Forum.

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The Christian County Health Department announced two new COVID-19-related deaths last week as the number of cases remain significantly low in the county and across the state.

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The Hopkinsville League of Women Voters hosted another night of many candidate forums Thursday evening allowing the public to learn more about the upcoming election’s candidates for Christian County Clerk.

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The candidates for Christian County Sheriff took center stage on Wednesday afternoon for the second political forum hosted by the Hopkinsville League of Women Voters.

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The number of new COVID-19 cases are still low, but the Christian County Health Department did announce four new previously unreported deaths this week from the virus.

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This Thursday, the Christian County Literacy Council will be hosting a writing contest memorial at the Alhambra Theatre beginning at 6:30 p.m., in honor of the late great Gloria Watkins, who is well known under her all lowercase pen name bell hooks.

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The City of Oak Grove has had an eventful month of March. From magical shows to community events and gatherings.

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The nonprofit organization Joy Closet hosted a Mother/Son “NERF War” event this past weekend and it was a huge success.

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The number of new COVID-19 cases seem to remain steadily low after another week of similar numbers. Fortunately, the department announced that there were zero new COVID-related deaths this week.

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First lady Jill Biden stopped by Fort Campbell on Wednesday evening to offer words of encouragement to the families of soldiers who are currently deployed in Europe.

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As the City of Oak Grove plans to offer several community events in 2022, the City also continues to expand offering more services among its citizens, surrounding counties and worldly travelers.

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Rep. Myron Dossett of Pembroke saw his bill that would waive up to 15 attendance days for school districts impacted by the western Kentucky tornado passed the Senate Education Committee on Thursday.

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After seeing a huge drop in the number of people seeking COVID-19 testing, the Christian County Health Department is making changes to its COVID-19 testing. The schedule for the administration of vaccines is also changing.

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The Christian County Fiscal Court met Tuesday morning for a regular meeting in which the court approved a resolution allowing the county to apply for a RAISE grant to fund the building of the industrial connector, connecting Interstate 24 to the county’s industrial park.

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Congressman James Comer visited Oak Grove Thursday afternoon to speak with local officials and share what is occurring at the federal level in Washington D.C. as well as discuss how the Russian conflict in Ukraine may affect Kentuckians and Americans across the country.