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Oak Grove City Council met Wednesday night for a special called meeting to vote on the second reading of an ordinance adopting the 2021-22 budget and a tax levy ordinance slightly increasing property tax for Oak Grove residents.

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Trigg County Judge-Executive Hollis Alexander said well more than half the county could receive broadband services made possible with funds from the American Rescue Plan Act, matching funds through a contract with Pennyrile Rural Electric and additional grant sources sought by the county.

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Jeffers Bend Environmental Center held their Benefit for the Bend at the Christian County Extension Office on Saturday, June 19, after the pandemic put a pause on the annual event.

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The Public Works Department’s program Trash for Cash announces the totals from their April and May pick ups at the latest Hopkinsville City Council meeting on June 15.

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The Christian County Board of Education met Thursday night for a regular meeting to discuss school safety and potential ways to improve the safety of Christian County public schools.

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From Oklahoma to North Carolina, Cherokee Riders were ready to gather — in 2020 — and begin their annual journey along the Trail of Tears, known as “Remember the Removal”. It did not happen. It was such a grave disappointment to those who had dreamed of their participation and the ones who h…

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U.S. Sen. Dr. Rand Paul addressed concerns about funding for the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area during a meeting on June 1 with local officials and others.

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As a child, Cadiz resident Susan Garon struggled with issues related to depression and social anxiety during her years growing up.

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Oak Grove City Council met Tuesday night to initially vote on a Fiscal Year 2020-21 budget amendment as well as the first reading of the 2021-22 budget, but both were tabled for further discussion at an additional Committee of the Whole meeting focused entirely on next fiscal year’s budget.

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Musing on the accomplishments of the past 15-plus years, Bob Brame shared some memories of his very first meeting with the Cadiz-Trigg County Planning Commission.

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The Christian County Fiscal Court met Tuesday morning for a regular meeting to vote on the first reading of the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Budget as well as approve a Fiscal Year 2020-21 budget amendment and a rural and secondary road fund request from the state to resurface several county roads.

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Christian County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rick Boling made a motion to dismiss the forgery case of Hopkinsville City Council Member Kimbery McCarley, 51, Monday morning in Christian Circuit Court Judge John Atkins’ court, however, the judge postponed the motion.

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Those who join the military are often called to service because they want to protect the United States and those they love.

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The Champions Giving Back charity fundraising event sponsored by the American Legion Post 68 baseball team is well underway, with the goal of raising at least $100,000 for four local charities and The V Foundation.

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Kentucky State Police’s Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run, Cover the Cruiser partnership and many other initiatives have provided and meant so much to the Special Olympics athletes. KSP officers pose next to the Cover the Cruiser car with Special Olympics athlete Brittney Carrol.

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Hopkinsville Fire Department Chief and Emergency Services Director Steve Futrell updated eight council members about the department’s quarterly numbers on Thursday night at the Committee of the Whole meeting for May.

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The Alhambra Theatre is asking for help to keep its doors open. Taking the place of the annual Hoptown Holiday Hopfest, the Alhambra Theatre will be hosting #SaveOurStage Benefit on June 12, featuring the third runner-up from the ninth season of American Idol, Casey James.