Colleen R. Ochs Municipal Library, housed inside the Oak Grove Community Center on Thompsonville Lane, offers nearly 4,000 items for checkout, about 10 percent of that in DVDs and CDs and 1,000 in new fiction and nonfiction titles.
The R.F. Sink Library, located at 38 Screaming Eagle Blvd., is open to active-duty military and their families, military retirees, civilian employees and contractors and students enrolled in the programs at the Army Education Center.
The Pennyroyal Area Museum, locatedat 217 E. Ninth St., was originally constructed as a Post Office in 1914. Located across the street in the city's former downtownfire station is the Woody Winfree Fire Transportation Museum. The museum has a shop that features items with a "Pennyrile" conne…
The Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library is located at 1101 Bethel St. indowntown Hopkinsville. Some of the amenities include computers, a children's section, and a geneology collection, as well as collections of books, CDs and DVDs for checkout. Newspapers and magazines are also available.
The Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum, located at 5702 Tennessee Ave., was established in 1956 as a division museum for the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). It covers the period from the early 1940s to the present.
Hooper Bowling Center, located at 5380 Tennessee Ave., offers 32 lanes, including eight lanes designed for recreational bowling. The center also has a snack bar with plasma television.
The Hopkinsville-Christian County YMCA on Eagle Way bypass has an outdoor swimming pool, indoor running track,weight resistance equipment, fitness classes, day care, teen activities and league sports.
Three public golf courses, all 18-hole venues, are in the immediate vicinity of Hopkinsville. These include The Links at Novadell, 500 Novadell Way off Fort Campbell Boulevard, 270-886-1101; Western Hills, 2160 Russellville Road, 270-885-6023; and Pennyrile Forest State Park, 20781 Pennyr…
Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center is located at 9503 Eagle Way bypass. This family destination features twisting tubes, a lazy river and a splash zone interactive playground.
Various presentations on nature are among the many activities offered at the Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area.
Wouldn’t you rather stroll amidst outdoor stalls of fresh produce on a sunny day than roll your cart around a grocery store with artificial lights and piped in music?
The Pow Wow is an educational experience not often afforded in this area, for the participants, this is an opportunity to celebrate through dance, drumming and singing, food, and art the great heritage of the American Indian, the original inhabitants and caretakers of this great land. It is …
The Inaugural Summer Salute Festival rebrands and improves the 34-year run of Little River Days with a MAJOR format upgrade that includes national music acts, car shows, kids zone and much more – all geared to attract local and regional audiences. City leaders and festival organizers are pr…
(North Drive and Thomas Street)
(Bend of Riverfront Street and West First Street)
(Across from Cole Park Golf course on William C. Lee Road)
(Off of North Drive, across from Hopkinsville Community College, Litchfield Drive)
(Near Gate 6 off of Morgan Road)
(On Forrest Road, between Gorgas Ave. and 33rd St.)
Bradford Square Mall on Fort Campbell Boulevard is set to receive millions of dollars in renovations within the next year, which is long overdue, according to the owner.
Nine dancing couples will take over the Alhambra Theatre starting at 7 p.m. this Saturday for the Dancing with Our Stars event, which will benefit the Pennyroyal Arts Council and Sanctuary, Inc.
A secret recipe from New Jersey helped claim the grand prize Saturday for one team at the Christian County Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee Chili Cook-Off.
The first day of Kentucky Bourbon Mashoree is over, but vendors are preparing for a busier day today at MB Roland Distillery.
Two 9-year-old boys donned in hats, flannel, jeans and boots watched in amazement as cowboys and cowgirls rode Saturday night during the Lone Star Rodeo at the Western Kentucky State Fairgrounds.
About our Community
Welcome to the home of the “point of greatest eclipse” for the 2017 Solar Eclipse – Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Friends around our western Kentucky region refer to us as Hoptown, and you’re invited to as well. We’re already planning for your visit; our southern hospitality will make you and y…