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The Christian County Board of Education Thursday evening heard from the Kentucky Association of School Administrators at the Christian County Public Schools’ front office about how it will conduct the upcoming superintendent search for the district. At its last meeting, the board chose to us…

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The Rev. Randy Jackson, of Flowers Baptist Church in Grenada, Mississippi, told a packed crowd at First Street Baptist Church “don’t give up,” as he shared a poignant message at the annual Hopkinsville NAACP’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day service.

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FRANKFORT — Under a bill pending in the Kentucky Senate, that white stuff you pour on your breakfast cereal better not be called “milk” unless it’s “the lacteal secretion” of a hooved mammal, and more specifically, a cow, water buffalo, sheep, goat, yak, deer, reindeer, moose, horse or donkey.

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The Senate is expected to get down to business today in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. But a western Kentucky congressman thinks it’s all a waste of time and money.

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The Oak Grove Tourism Commission met Tuesday and voted to move forward creating several Oak Grove tourism commercials with Comcast Corporation.

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Three-inch-thick meringue tops the coconut, chocolate and caramel pies at The Wood Shed Pit BBQ and Restaurant.

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Just after the news broke that Christian County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rick Boling asked former Gov. Matt Bevin to pardon Dayton Jones, Jones was indicted by an Oldham County grand jury.

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Despite calls from at least one current and one former commonwealth’s attorneys and public outcry, Christian County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rick Boling has said he will not resign.

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Christian Fiscal Court approved a measure Tuesday reaffirming its support of the U.S. and Kentucky constitutions and their corresponding amendments; however, the magistrates failed to approve a resolution presented by one special interest group.

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Oak Grove Committee of the Whole met Thursday morning to discuss the recently approved animal control ordinance as the committee felt the ordinance is currently a “placeholder” while they review what the ordinance needs for the future.

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Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendricks will be stepping down from the helm of the city following an announcement Monday that Hendricks, who was serving his second term as mayor, has been named the new executive director of the South Western Kentucky Economic Development Council.

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Christian County Public Schools recently received a five-year grant to focus on students’ mental health and will utilize it by hiring a mental health counselor to travel between schools in the district.

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Gov. Andy Beshear and Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman announced new members of their team today, and Hopkinsville's Jeff Taylor will serve as commissioner for Business Development at the Cabinet for Economic Development.

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Republican state Senator Whitney Westerfield will seek re-election to Kentucky’s 3rd Senate district for a third term in office. His campaign will focus on continuing to achieve real results for the district and upholding conservative values. 

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It was the size of a football. It glowed on the screen that showed Bernie Starr's first-ever positron emission tomography (PET) scan, confirming he didn't have kidney stones in his abdomen -- he had cancer.

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A computer glitch caused the city of Oak Grove to overpay Bobby Outlaw Disposal by around $11,000 for solid waste services, as previously reported Feb. 14. In emails obtained by The Eagle Post through open records requests, Oak Grove Public Works Director Misty Cutshall sent an email to Outl…

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PRINCETON -- Fourth grader Jemma Carroll and fifth grader Klaas Leyenaar -- both students at Indian Hills Elementary School -- won their divisions at the sixth annual WKEC Regional Spelling Bee for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students held Tuesday at Northside Baptist Church in Princeton. The W…

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Bean bags soared from late morning into the afternoon Saturday at the inaugural Flingin' Festival Cornhole Tournament inside the Planters Bank Jennie Stuart Health Sportsplex.

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The Christian County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Eye Opener Breakfast on Tuesday at the James E. Bruce Convention Center. The breakfast gave chamber and local community members the chance to hear legislative updates from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

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Members of the Oak Grove City Council discussed Tuesday night during its regular meeting the possibility of reimbursing residents after it was discovered that the city has been overcharging residents' on a stormwater fee on their utility bills.

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The Christian County High School gymnasium was packed with senior students Friday morning as they began to consider their career choices after they graduate during the school's Fifth Annual Colonel Commitment College and Career Fair.

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Former 8th District State Rep. Jeff Taylor was appointed to Governor-Elect Andy Beshear's transition team last week for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

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A host of officials from Fort Campbell and Hopkinsville met Wednesday morning at the Christian County Chamber of Commerce's Eagle Ambassador Breakfast at the James E. Bruce Convention Center.

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Since the winter of 1995, the local Warm the Children campaign has raised more than $356,000 to provide new winter clothing for more than 4,090 youngsters from Christian, Todd and Trigg counties.

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Sunday, Nov. 10, officially marked the conclusion of the Oak Grove Racing and Gaming Inaugural Harness Race season.

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After Oak Grove Police cruisers have been overdue for equipment upgrades, the department has been hard at work for the last month upgrading in-car computer equipment, dashboard cameras and body cameras.

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The Oak Grove Committee of the Whole plans to schedule two special sessions to focus on one specific ordinance each following a regular committee meeting Tuesday night.