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Three area distillery companies are joining in the fight against COVID-19 by making hand sanitizer for the local medical community and first responders.

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Officials at Fort Campbell provided COVID-19 updates via livestream on the U.S. Army Fort Campbell Facebook page Tuesday afternoon, announcing changes to key areas as the post prepares for the pandemic.

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said Tuesday during his daily COVID-19 press conference that he signed the recently-passed bill to give school districts an unlimited number of non-traditional learning days in the case of an emergency. If signed, the bill will allow districts to teach from home wi…

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Christian County Health Department along with city and county officials met Thursday to watch a webinar from Kentucky Public Health about the 2019 novel coronavirus and how to respond as it spreads.

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Starting Monday and continuing until April 10, the Christian County Justice Center will have limited access to the public, following an order from the Supreme Court of Kentucky in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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With the continued concern of COVID-19, local gyms and fitness centers around the city of Hopkinsville are taking that extra step to keep the spread of the virus at a minimum, while still trying to see people get a workout in.

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Monday marked the first day of a three-week school closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 12, Christian County Public Schools Superintendent Mary Ann Gemmill announced the district would be closing until April 13, after a recommendation from Gov. Andy Beshear.

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The Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library closed its doors today due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All scheduled programs at the library are canceled through March 28.

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Fort Campbell Army Base held a Facebook Live Town Hall meeting Monday night to share the measures the base will be taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Fort Campbell began its live stream with 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and Fort Campbell Commanding General Maj. Gen. Brian Win…

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The Christian County Board of Education met Thursday night for its monthly workshop. Ben Chandler, Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky president and chief executive officer, was on hand to praise the district for its tobacco policy.

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A House committee on Monday approved a bill that could cost millions of dollars a year in order to move Kentucky’s local government pension fund out of the ailing Kentucky Retirement Systems. It’s a longtime goal of city, county and school district leaders who say they want more control over…

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Every graduating high-school senior from all four high schools in Christian County were on hand Tuesday at Hopkinsville Community College to learn about financial security. The inaugural Money Sense for Graduates event gave each student seven financial literacy courses — of which they picked…

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Aaliyah Hampton is using garbage bags to pack up her things in the wake of an email she and other students received from Berea College President Lyle Roelofs at noon Tuesday.

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During Tuesday’s Oak Grove City Council meeting, an architect was invited to present a rough draft of a plan for a new “civic center” to be built in the city. The proposed civic center would house the police department, fire department and city hall all under one roof.

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After a couple weeks of working the kinks out, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s (KYTC) expansion of REAL ID-compliant card access at a new Madisonville location is open and ready for business.

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As of Feb. 27, 100 people in Kentucky were being monitored for COVID-19, more commonly called the coronavirus. Only one of those people showed any symptoms, but that person ultimately tested negative for the virus.

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Oak Grove City Council was scheduled to vote on the second reading of the stormwater refund ordinance Tuesday night, but after several questions and concerns were brought up by council members, the council decided to amend the ordinance and voted on the first reading of that version.

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Executive Director Carter Hendricks spoke of plans to apply once again for grant funds for the Interstate 24 industrial connector, a project that he said remained unfunded last year.

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The defense attorney for Lt. Jefferson Alexander filed a motion Wednesday asking Christian Circuit Court to dismiss a first-degree perjury charge against Alexander or disqualify Christian County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rick Boling from prosecuting the case.

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Federal legislation that went into effect at the beginning of the year gives retirees more time to add to their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) and 401(K)s, but there’s a caveat to the good news.

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The Hopkinsville Community College main campus saw a slight increase in enrollment for the spring semester — around 1%. Though the Fort Campbell campus enrollment dropped from 662 students to 619 for the spring semester, around a 6% decrease.

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Students were given the floor to discuss issues such as mental health, the nickel tax and school safety Monday during the Delta and MYCity Youth Forum at the Christian County Middle School Performing Arts Center.