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Oak Grove City Council met Tuesday night for a regular meeting to approve the first reading of the compensation plan ordinance and continue discussions regarding the council hiring an outside auditor to conduct an independent forensic audit.

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The first few tractors trickled in Thursday with their owners excited to show off their original paint jobs and mechanisms and eager to tell the stories behind them.

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Former Trigg County Sheriff Jason Barnes was arraigned in Trigg County Circuit Court and has a pre-trial conference scheduled for 1 p.m. Nov. 12 before Trigg County Circuit Judge C.A. Woodall in the circuit courtroom.

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The executive director of the Pennyrile Area Development District announced on Monday that, given the ongoing threat of the coronavirus, his agency won’t host its annual recognition for industries in the region.

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Christian County Public Schools Superintendent Chris Bentzel accepts a donation of 2,500 masks Monday from Brenda Starbird, co-owner of Liquidation Outlet of KY.

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The VFW Post 1913 hosted its annual 9/11 remembrance ceremony Friday morning to recognize those who lost their lives in the largest terrorist attack in American history and to honor the first-responders who saved many others.

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Trigg County Public Schools has approved a measure that will leave the tax rate the same as last year in the district, choosing to keep the rate at 55.1 cents per $100 of assessed valuation for real and personal property.

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Christian Fiscal Court has unanimously approved on first reading its tax ordinance for the 2020-2021 fiscal year, with the tax rates remaining the same for the new fiscal year.

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Oak Grove Committee of the Whole held a special meeting Friday morning to change the format of the city’s meetings after council members shared concern over certain issues not being placed on the meetings’ agendas after council request.

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A new Gold Star Families Memorial Monument honoring the families of servicemen and women who sacrificed their lives while serving in the military is currently being planned at Fort Campbell.

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In the midst of its plants, surrounded by the garden’s flowers, vegetables and herbs, the clients of Sanctuary Inc., have already sought healing from the traumas they’ve experienced.

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A Hopkinsville man was arrested at around 8 a.m. Tuesday on charges of attempted murder after allegedly firing shots at two homes at Dawson Springs Road and Hart Road, according to a Christian County Sheriff’s Office press release.

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The local airport board is in the process of acquiring a small strip of land adjacent to the runway at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Airport in hopes of preventing changes to the airport’s designation.

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Christian County Public Schools has created a school meals website for parents to sign their child up for daily school meals while the district is conducting non-traditional instruction.

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Christian County Public Schools is leaving the door open to return to in-person instruction before Sept. 28. On Aug. 12, the Christian County Board of Education voted to follow Gov. Andy Beshear’s recommendation and move to non-traditional instruction until Sept. 28.

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Tuesday’s Hopkinsville City Council meeting included the council approving two ordinances on second reading and Mayor Wendell Lynch and Judge-Executive Steve Tribble reading a proclamation for the centennial of women’s suffrage, which was approved by the Senate on Aug. 18, 1920.

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Christian County Public Schools Family Resource and Youth Services Centers are hosting the 2020 CCPS #ALLIN Back-to-School Drive-Thru from noon to 6 p.m. Aug. 25 at the Stadium of Champions.

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Christian County Sheriff’s Office deputies along with units from the Hopkinsville-Christian County Violent Crimes Task Force seized a large amount of drugs Wednesday at a home on Dawson Springs Road in Crofton, according to a CCSO press release.

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Gov. Andy Beshear recommended Monday that schools across the state delay the first day of in-person instruction to Sept. 28, leading not only public but also private school officials to consider yet another pivot as they plan to reopen amid the COVID-19 crisis.