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FORT CAMPBELL -- Montgomery County, Tennessee, recently entered into an intergovernmental support agreement with U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Campbell to provide animal control for the installation. Colonel Joseph P. Kuchan, garrison commander, and Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett signed the a…

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At 1 p.m., and not a minute later, Tuesday, 16 teenagers crossed the threshold of Challenge House No. 1 to begin the second day of Attitude, Training and Teamwork program to develop their job skills.

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FORT CAMPBELL -- Montgomery County, Tennessee, recently entered into an intergovernmental support agreement with U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Campbell to provide animal control for the installation. Colonel Joseph P. Kuchan, garrison commander, and Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett signed the a…

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According to a report from the Kentucky State Police, the former Hopkinsville High School band director, Jordan Seth Peveler, potentially had multiple victims.

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At 1 p.m., and not a minute later, Tuesday, 16 teenagers crossed the threshold of Challenge House No. 1 to begin the second day of Attitude, Training and Teamwork program to develop their job skills.

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Free, nutritionally-balanced lunches featuring build-your-own pizza kits and sub sandwiches will be available to youth ages 2 - 18 through the USDA Summer Food Service Program at Oak Grove Community Center, 1705 Thompsonville Lane.

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Two men graduated Monday from Christian County Veterans Treatment Court in front of their counselors, judges, family and fellow program participants.

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The following programs and events are currently running at the Oak Grove Community Center, 1705 Thompsonville Lane:

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About 30,000 people soaked up the sun Saturday and Sunday while enjoying free carnival rides, live music, ziplining and other activities during the 12th Annual Spring into Summer Salute to Fort Campbell Festival outside Valor Hall Conference and Event Center.

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More than half of women in the United states with heart disease aren't getting enough physical activity, and that number has increased over the past decade, a study says. In Kentucky, 4.9% of women reported they had been told by a health care provider that they had heart disease, compared to…

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FRANKFORT -- Three new names were added to the Kentucky National Guard Memorial Monday during a Memorial Day observance at the memorial in Frankfort.

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Throughout the school year, the National School Lunch Program offers free or reduced breakfasts, lunches and after-school snacks to more than 30.4 million children each day, according to the USDA. In 2016, school cafeterias served more than 5 billion lunches, with nearly 75% of those free or…

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Coming in July or August, U.S. farmers should be getting payments from their government in an attempt to make up for the negative impacts of tariffs put in place as part of the federal government's numerous trade wars across the globe.

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Old Glory billowed in a gust of hearty wind Monday as she was lowered down the flagpole during a Memorial Day service at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery West.

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PADUCAH -- With only a handful of athletes, the University Heights Academy Lady Blazers finished with 130 points to take second behind host Murray in Saturday's Class A, Region 1 Track & Field Meet at Murray High School.

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As another school year winds to a close, it's time to celebrate achievements and high school seniors are in the spotlight.

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Hopkinsville's hopes at a trophy took a hit early Tuesday when junior sprinter Xavier Bussell went down with an injury, but it's a next man up mentality for the Tigers as they persevered and finished runner-up at the Class AAA, Region 1 Meet at Henderson County High School.

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Voter turnout was higher than predicted Tuesday, and 18% of registered Kentucky voters set up what is sure to be a showdown between political rivals Gov. Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear.

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Americans need a healthier diet of news. Evidence of our poor news consumption habits is everywhere and it's making us less and less healthy as a nation and as neighbors.

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The following programs and events are currently running at the Oak Grove Community Center, 1705 Thompsonville Lane:

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Let's face it: we're hearing more police sirens than usual in Christian County. Shootings are common occurrences in our community, and it feels like it takes forever for the shooters to be apprehended.

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Enjoy carnival rides, concerts and fireworks while spending the weekend at the Spring into Summer Salute to Fort Campell festival noon -- 9 p.m. Saturday and noon -- 6 p.m. Sunday on the lawn of Valor Hall, 105 Walter Garrett Lane.

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Leaning on the shoulders of two buddies from his days served in the Army, retired Capt. Luther Lee Sanders proudly walked inside Hangar 3 to finally be welcomed home by hundreds of cheering soldiers, family members and friends.

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Dig out the fishing poles and tackle boxes for Christian County's 20th Annual Take Kids Fishing Day 9 a.m.-noon Saturday at Jeffers Bend Environmental Center, 1000 Metcalfe Lane.

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About 7,600 boots proudly stand tall in perfectly straight rows blanketed across the front lawn of 101st Airborne Division Headquarters as a visual representation of the service members lost post Sept. 11, 2001.

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Enjoy carnival rides, concerts and fireworks while spending the weekend at the Spring into Summer Salute to Fort Campell festival noon-9 p.m. Saturday and noon-6 p.m. Sunday on the lawn of Valor Hall, 105 Walter Garrett Lane in Oak Grove.

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A Christian County native and former Fort Campbell Courier reporter has been named editor of the weekly Eagle Post newspaper.

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At least 25 employers, including Hankook Tire, Hopkinsville Fire Department and Maxfuel, will participate in a multi-employer job fair 10 a.m.-2 p.m. May 23 at Oak Grove Community Center, 1705 Thompsonville Lane.