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Over the winter, some folks might see wiggly and weird house guests in their basements or on the ground floors of their home. These are house centipedes, and while native to the Mediterranean, are now found worldwide in various structures.

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Raymond and Elaine Perry, Hopkinsville, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a reception at 2 p.m. Feb. 22 at Southside Church of Christ Educational Building, 529 Country Club Lane.

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Hopkinsville resident Gwenda Motley is known as the collector of her family. She’s the keeper of her sister bell hooks’ books and artifacts. She has elephant figurines throughout her home as an homage to her sorority Delta Sigma Theta Inc. And, the bench her late mother sat on every Sunday a…

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A founding member of The Black Crowes rock band, Hopkinsville’s own Steve Gorman, returns home this month for two community events. The first is a book signing of his memoir, “Hard to Handle: The Life and Death of The Black Crowes” at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Library. The second is a concert by his band, Trigger Hippy, at the Alhambra Theatre.

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We had a power shortage the other day for several hours and it reminded me of how dependent we are on electricity. The house was dark and every time I went to do something, I realized there are no lights and I could not see. Finally, I turned off the flashlight and just sat down in my reclin…

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Parents: One of the best ways for your kids to cash flow their college education (yes, it’s totally possible) is by applying for scholarships. But the scholarship search can be an overwhelming and time-consuming process, especially for high schoolers who are already trying to balance school,…

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Valentine’s Day is coming! Prepare yourself for an onslaught of Instagram posts featuring bright flowers, sparkling jewelry and oversized teddy bears. Your feed is about to get #blessed. If you get to know me for more than 10 seconds, you know that’s not what I’m about. Heck, my husband isn’…

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Last week I looked at the nominees in the Acting categories for the upcoming 92nd Academy Awards. This week I’ll look at four more categories, even though I know we’re all here for Best Picture.

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It’s February, and Valentine’s Day is coming on the 14th! Romance books are the perfect pairing with all that candy! Here are some we recommend from the library:

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I was having a discussion with a friend the other day about how it seems that so many people are living in sadness and discouragement when he mentioned something that really made me think. He said that it was impossible to be depressed and walk in the joy of God’s presence at the same time. …

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Editor’s note: These are the listings for principal’s list and honor roll for Christian County Public Schools for the second grading period of the 2019-2020 school year. Lists are submitted by the schools. To make corrections to the list, contact the school. Someone from the school will info…

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Origins of the holiday celebrating romantic relationships dates back to third century Rome and the legendary Christian martyr St. Valentine — the patron saint of lovers.

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During this season it’s not uncommon for temperatures to play tricks. One week you can wear shorts — the following week you need gloves and earmuffs. Plants are also affected by the extremes in temperatures. For example, forsythia and spirea may begin blooming and trees may begin to leaf-out…

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Houseplants are quick to tell you when they need help. They display discolored leaves, drooping stems, and little or no growth. That usually gives you enough time to make things right.

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Ever wonder how paint colors get their names? If you’re shopping for pink, say, you’ll find dozens of shades referencing roses, bubblegum and shells. There are some extra-evocative names like Calamine and Dead Salmon. And what about a pink called Harajuku Morning? Modern Love?

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“Right here,” said Harriette Hester Hancock, while pointing to herself in a photo of her eighth grade graduation from Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School back in 1950.

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If you have houseplants, you may have noticed their leaves turning brown? There are many reasons this can happen. Over and under-watering are the most common causes. Dry air, insects and diseases may also cause brown leaves.

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Every year as the new year begins; we often hear people say, out with the old and in with the new. As we look in our Bibles, Isaiah 43: 18-19 says, “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See I am doing a new thing”! Now it springs up: do you not perceive it? I am making a way i…

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Ever feel like you have a completely packed calendar and yet don’t really accomplish much at all? The struggle is real!

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Those who are not familiar with having a personal relationship with God, do not understand the fundamentals of prayer. Praying has more to do with listening to God and knowing Him than pleading with Him to fix what is broken. He already knows everything about the situation and is more concer…

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It may surprise us all to know that we have had no fewer than six hospitals in and around Hopkinsville — since the first of these, Western State Hospital, opened its doors in 1858. We have chosen Hopkinsville Hospital for today’s feature because it occupied the imposing (but sadly now demoli…

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Forcing spring-blooming trees and shrubs to flower indoors this winter can be a fun project with kids and a great way to kick the winter-time blues.

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Two decades ago, Milt and Janie Corley placed their faith in God to bring to life a place where people can learn about and experience agriculture in the great outdoors.

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Looking through a seed catalog, store rack, or online product offering, it's easy to become overwhelmed by options. But, for gardeners who have had issues in the past, choosing different varieties is one way to preventatively manage disease.

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American Legion Post 68 in Kuttawa is hosting a free veterans appreciation breakfast for local veterans and their families from 8-10:30 a.m. Saturday at 373 Lakeshore Dr., in Kuttawa.

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The Glema Center is pleased to announce Phil Madeira in concert on Dec. 13 as part of its Hancock Bank & Trust Coffeehouse Series. Madeira is a Nashville-based musician, artist, songwriter and producer. Phil has been a behind-the-scenes shaker and…

Santa Claus is coming to town. He will be at the Dawson Springs Senior Citizens Center at 100 Clarkdale Court on Monday, Dec. 23.

The Princeton Art Guild and Gallery displays its members work for visitors to view or purchase. Art Guild owner Melissa Peek said this allows guild members' work to get recognized and appreciated by those who come in and take a…

The Kentucky Medical Association launched AIM for Better Care: Administrative Improvements in Medicine in September with the hope of helping patients and physicians with medical barriers they encounter.

Caldwell Medical Center is marking a new stage of expansion and growth with the addition of the CMA Orthopedic Clinic in Princeton.