The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment will host a Kentucky Irrigation Workshop on Wednesday at UK's Research and Education Center in Princeton.
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Retired Adm. William H. "Bill" McRaven's first visit to his father's alma mater stirred emotions he hadn't expected Thursday in the hours before his address as part of the Murray State University Presidential Lecture Series.
The Caldwell County Elementary School academic team won first place at the Governor's Cup District 8 competition on Feb. 4 and 8 at the school.
In today’s world of package tracking and interconnectivity, an email from the U.S. Postal Service or even our Inspector General regarding mail delivery might seem legitimate.
The defense attorney for Lt. Jefferson Alexander filed a motion Wednesday asking Christian Circuit Court to dismiss a first-degree perjury charge against Alexander or disqualify Christian County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rick Boling from prosecuting the case.
Federal legislation that went into effect at the beginning of the year gives retirees more time to add to their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) and 401(K)s, but there’s a caveat to the good news.
The Hopkinsville Community College main campus saw a slight increase in enrollment for the spring semester — around 1%. Though the Fort Campbell campus enrollment dropped from 662 students to 619 for the spring semester, around a 6% decrease.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit against the City of Pembroke, Mayor Judy Peterson and former Police Chief Mark Reid, stemming from the arrest of a special needs man in July 2017.
Students were given the floor to discuss issues such as mental health, the nickel tax and school safety Monday during the Delta and MYCity Youth Forum at the Christian County Middle School Performing Arts Center.
The United Service Organizations Nashville and USO Fort Campbell is partnering with Campbell Strong Workforce Partnership and Wounded Warrior Project to host its first Empowering Women Career Summit next week. The event is scheduled for from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 19 at Valor Hall in Oak Grove.
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It took nearly a week to get there and so many obstacles to overcome, but the Caldwell County Lady Tigers have their season sweep of Hopkins County Central with a Monday night victory at 47-37 on the road to start…
In varsity-only action on Monday night, the Lyon County Lady Lyons once again had a big uplifting game from freshman guard and catalyst Cathryn Brown in the first three quarters, but one turn at the end of the quarter changed…
Playing 24 hours before an unfamiliar venue at South Hopkins Middle School, the Caldwell County Lady Tigers returned to old familiar places in Princeton that they once called home, and on Throwback Tuesday night at the old Butler Stadium in…
Jack Flaherty found it much more difficult to walk around the St. Louis Cardinals' annual fan festival without getting noticed this year, a byproduct of a breakout season in which he established himself as one of the game's best pitchers.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville's latest quest to end its frustration against Virginia appeared close to slipping away again as the Cavaliers had momentum and a late lead.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Kentucky coach John Calipari watched his Wildcats fall behind by as many as 14 points in the first half and enter the locker room down with their biggest deficit of the season on the road at Vanderbilt.
WASHINGTON (AP) — NCAA President Mark Emmert urged Congress to put restrictions on college athletes' ability to earn money from endorsements, telling a Senate committee Tuesday federal action is needed to “maintain uniform standards in college sports” amid player-friendly laws approved in Ca…
WASHINGTON (AP) — The debut of the new XFL had a punt blocked for a touchdown, a juiced-up crowd roaring for big plays and a player swearing during an in-game television interview.
EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Mel Tucker recalled making $400 a month when he began his career as a graduate assistant at Michigan State, sleeping under his desk hoping to be noticed when coach Nick Saban walked in or out of the building.
Hopkinsville didn’t get out to the start it wanted to Tuesday night, and Lady Tigers’ head coach Anthony Babb made sure his team knew he wasn’t pleased.
One former Webster County softball player will get the chance to compete with some of the best softball players in the world this week when the Liberty University Lady Flames travel to the Eddie C. Moore Complex in Clearwater, FL…
The 2020 Second Region tournament proved to be a tough one for Webster County archery programs, despite some strong performances from some individual team members.
American teenager Gio Reyna scored his first goal for Borussia Dortmund in style on Tuesday night in a 3-2 loss at Werder Bremen in the German Cup.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Mikael Granlund scored 1:11 into overtime, lifting the Nashville Predators to a 2-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday night.
BOSTON (AP) — Banking on Mookie Betts to be the missing piece in their World Series pursuit, the Los Angeles Dodgers finally pulled off a blockbluster deal with the cost-cutting Red Sox.
The Hopkinsville Tigers and Lady Tigers walked out of Cadiz with the sweep over Trigg County on Monday night. The boys walked out with a 69-53 win while the girls took home a 40-31 victory.
The Christian County Colonels kept up with Warren Central for the first few minutes of the game, but the experience of the Dragons proved too much for the Cols Monday at CCHS.
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For a long time, I didn’t understand this recurring image in my twitter feed — Sesame Street’s Elmo, a panicked look on his face and arms raised above his head while standing in front of a wall of flames. I…
To those who oppose legalized sports betting in Kentucky on moral grounds, we say with utmost respect: That horse left the barn more than a century ago.
Kentucky has another chance this legislative session to do something it should have done many years ago: Outlaw corporal punishment in public schools.
While legislators are meeting in Frankfort during this year’s General Assembly session, they will look for ways to improve Kentucky’s communities, grow the state’s workforce and provide an affordable way for students to attend and pay for college.
I’ve become fascinated with the rules of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, mostly the ones restricting the activities of the U.S. senators deciding the fate of our commander-in-chief:
If you’re reading this sentence, you’ve already invested more effort into your understanding of the world around you than most other people. By reading beyond the headline, you’ve made a conscious choice to better yourself through reading, to not take your assumptions for granted, to conside…
Though it can’t be seen, heard or smelled, carbon monoxide poisoning — which is more prevalent during cold weather due to gas- and oil-burning furnaces and portable generators — can be deadly. But, it can also be prevented, according to the state Department of Health, which is urging Kentuck…
A bill that would outlaw female genital mutilation in Kentucky is moving forward speedily during this year’s legislative session. We hope it continues on the fast track and becomes law as quickly as possible.
In 2018, the General Assembly and Kentucky voters demonstrated their strong support for crime victims when they overwhelmingly adopted the Marsy’s Law constitutional amendment. Their intent was as clear as their message: “you deserve better, we support you, and your…
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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.
The regular monthly meeting of the Alzheimer's Support Group will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, at the Pennyrile Area Development District, 300 Hammond Drive, Hopkinsville.
West Kentucky Community and Technical College awarded $855,000 in scholarships to 385 students in the 2019-20 academic year, including three from Caldwell County.
"Blessed be the Lord my strength which teaches my hands to war, and my fingers to fight: My goodness, and my fortress; my high tower, and my deliverer; my shield, and he in whom I trust; who subdues my people…
Jarrid Scott, a Dawson Springs artist, illustrator, muralist and printmaker, is having his exhibit "Portals" shown in Princeton Art Guild's Charles Alvin Lisanby Gallery until Jan. 31, 2020.
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…
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.
Jarrid Scott, a Dawson Springs artist, illustrator, muralist and printmaker, is having his exhibit “Portals” shown in Princeton Art Guild’s Charles Alvin Lisanby Gallery until Jan. 31, 2020.