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A learning experience was had by people of all ages Friday at Hopkinsville Community College when a research team released a balloon satellite for a science experiment.

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With Halloween around the corner, a Hopkinsville Community College music professor stepped onto the stage Wednesday in leather pants, makeup and big hair.

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Students at Hopkinsville Community College will launch a balloon satellite into near-space at about 1 p.m. Friday as part of HCC’s continuing celebration of its 50th anniversary. The balloon will climb about 17 miles into the sky before it bursts, with its payload parachuting back to Earth.

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Students at Hopkinsville Community College will launch a balloon satellite into near-space at about 1 p.m. Friday as part of HCC’s continuing celebration of its 50th anniversary. The balloon will climb about 17 miles into the sky before its bursts, with its payload parachuting back to Earth.

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Perhaps no one individual has done more to safeguard the future of Hopkinsville’s rich history than Christian County Historian William T. Turner has.

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Music professor Dan Wilkinson of Hopkinsville Community College will perform a tribute to Alice Cooper during a concert that begins at 12:05 Wednesday in the lecture hall in the auditorium. The concert concludes at 1 p.m.

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Holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher, 80, sought to have an audience of schoolchildren identify with her Tuesday by saying she was a child when the Nazis deported her family from Germany to a concentration camp in the former Czechoslovakia in 1941.

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As part of the college’s 50th anniversary focus, Inge Auerbacher, who is a Holocaust survivor, will come to campus Tuesday, Oct. 20. Auerbacher will speak at 11 a.m. in the Lecture Hall of the Auditorium Building and travel to the college’s Fort Campbell campus to make a presentation at 2:30 p.m.

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Hopkinsville Community College started with 220 students when it opened Sept. 1, 1965, and a number of its alumni over the years have gone on to become judges, business owners and other pillars of the community.

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There will be an open house from 10-11:30 a.m. Thursday to welcome Hopkinsville Community College’s new agricultural instructor, Christopher Cummins, to the college.