Sixth-grader to attend STEM program

On July 15, Alyssa Meyer, 10 and a sixth-grader at Pembroke Elementary School, will be going to a STEM education program called the National Youth League Forum : Pathways to Stem at Bowling Green University in Bowling Green, Ohio.

Students make dean’s list at University of Alabama

The University of Alabama dean’s and president’s lists recognize full-time undergraduate students.

 Sara W. Tiberi of Dawson Springs made the dean’s list.

Milleena A. Fonseca of Fort Campbell made the president’s list.


Burdoc Farms makes “Must-See” list

Burdoc Farms named as ‘Must See Historic Barn’

A bridal website based out of Massachusetts has ranked Burdoc Farms in Crofton one of its “48 Charmingly Historic, Must-See Barn Wedding Venues from Across the United States.”

Burdoc Farms was ranked 14 on of the list.

Christian County wins Economic Engine Award

Christian County was recognized with the Economic Engine Award from the Kentucky Travel Industry Association (KTIA) during a retirement reception for Cheryl Cook, Executive Director of the Hopkinsville - Christian County Convention & Visitors Bureau Thursday. The award is given to those who have had a significant economic impact on the local economy through tourism.

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