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The purpose of Christian County Chamber of Commerce is to partner with local businesses to increase revenue, help with promotion and accomplish goals of businesses within the county.

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The purpose of Christian County Chamber of Commerce is to partner with local businesses to increase revenue, help with promotion and accomplish goals of businesses within the county.

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Unemployment fell in Christian County both over the past year and the past month, according to statistics released this week by the Kentucky Center for Statistics (KYSTATS), an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

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Following the Hopkinsville City Council officially passing an amendment to the city’s alcohol sales ordinance allowing alcohol sales on Sundays, the community is gearing up for the first Sunday allowing alcohol sales in 63 years this weekend, on May 29.

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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. organization has flourished into a global organization of nearly 300,000 college-trained members, bound by the bonds of sisterhood and empowered by a commitment to leadership. The organization focuses on the personal and professional development of each member…

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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is an organization whose purpose provides assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the world. Since its founding more than 350,000 women have joined the organization.

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With the potential for rain in the forecast tomorrow, Christian County Public Schools has announced its plans in case graduation ceremonies must be moved indoors.

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The defense attorneys preparing for the trial against Robert E. Torian III, 20, filed and argued a motion to receive additional evidence from the commonwealth in Christian Circuit Judge Andrew Self’s court Wednesday afternoon as the evidence may be important to Torian’s defense.

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The man accused as the main suspect and shooter in the murder of Delmour Moncrief, 31, that occurred in front of the Valero gas station in April 2021, was set to receive his final sentence from Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins Wednesday morning. However, the hearing was rescheduled due to…

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Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins officially issued an order Wednesday morning for Christian County Sheriff Tyler DeArmond to impound all records related to the City Council Ward 7 Republican primary election following the issue being filed in his court.

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The Christian County Fiscal Court met Tuesday morning for a regular meeting in which the court approved the first reading of the Fiscal Year 2022-2023 budget, which was proposed to total roughly $45.7 million.

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Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins announced Tuesday that a status hearing has been scheduled in his court to hear and address the technical issue surrounding the race for City Council Ward 7 on Election Day.

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Hopkinsville Community College has been selected as one of 25 colleges across Kentucky that was awarded grant funds by Kentucky’s Council on Postsecondary Education for a Summer Bridge Program.

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Lacey Ramirez was recently chosen to serve as interim principal at Sinking Fork Elementary School by the site-based decision making council, but was made the school’s permanent principal on Monday, according to a press release from Christian County Public Schools.

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Following the technical issue surrounding the race for City Council Ward 7 on Election Day that may result in some form of re-voting, Republican Candidate for Ward 7 Mark Graham has officially filed a petition for a recount in Christian Circuit Court.

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The suspect accused in a murder that took place in Oak Grove Sunday morning turned himself in after the Kentucky State Police announced its investigation into the murder, according to a KSP press release.

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It’s a battle that’s been a decade in the making, ever since Trigg County Judge-Executive Hollis Alexander took office in 2013.

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Studies show that anxiety, depression, and anger are decreased after spending time outdoors. Jeffers Bend Environmental Center is a space for the community to unwind and learn about nature while enjoying the outdoors and the community around.

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The Hopkinsville Community College Foundation Board met in its quarterly meeting on May 18, elected new directors and honored the service of those directors whose terms are set to expire June 30, 2022, according to a press release from the college.

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The Hopkinsville Committee of the Whole held a regular meeting Thursday to consider Hopkinsville Mayor Wendell Lynch’s Fiscal Year 2022-2023 budget and hear the Non-Partisan Elections Citizens Committee’s final report regarding non-partisan elections in Hopkinsville and Christian County.

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The Christian County Public Schools board approved a three% raise for all certified and classified staff across the board at Thursday’s meeting.

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Casey Jones Distillery is ready to take a big step into the bourbon business with the recent announcement of the nearly $2 million in investments that will result in a new still and rickhouse.

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The 2022 primary election saw a relatively smooth ride in Christian County and Hopkinsville Tuesday until a technical issue was discovered surrounding the race for City Council Ward 7, which could result in some form of re-voting.

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Last week on Wednesday May 11, road work began with the closure of Walnut Street in Hopkinsville at the Walnut Street Bridge over the CSX railroad. The reconstruction is under contract for 180 days and is projected to be completed by Nov. 7, 2022.

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A second suspect accused in a murder and robbery that occurred in 2006 was arraigned in Christian Circuit Judge Andrew Self’s court Wednesday afternoon.

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The woman accused in the attempted assault of a cashier of an undisclosed business in late October of 2021 had her case dismissed in Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins’ court Wednesday morning.

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Happiness is giving. The act of helping others, donating to charities, and missions or even volunteering will give you an improved sense of wellbeing.

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In the newly redrawn State Representative District 8, incumbent Walker Thomas and challenger Larry Curling both got outstanding support in their home counties, but in the end it was Trigg County that made the difference for Thomas in the Republican primary election on Tuesday.

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In the newly redrawn State Representative District 8, incumbent Walker Thomas and challenger Larry Curling both got outstanding support in their home counties, but in the end it was Trigg County that made the difference for Thomas in the Republican primary election on Tuesday.

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Christian County Sheriff Tyler DeArmond handily won his bid for reelection in Tuesday’s primary while Jerry Gilliam and Melinda Humphries both took the Republican nominations for Judge-Executive and County Clerk, respectively.

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The 2022 primary election saw a relatively smooth ride in Christian County and Hopkinsville Tuesday with more people voting than the Christian County Clerk’s Office expected.

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Tiffany Luna, the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library Operations director, has been awarded the 2022 Fresh Face Award by the Kentucky Public Library Association.

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Over the weekend, oOn Saturday, May 14, the sixth annual Touch-A-Truck event was held at Debow Recreational Complex for the community to attend.

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The 2022 primary election is well underway in Christian County and Hopkinsville today with eight polling locations spread across the county.

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The Trigg County School Board has approved a measure that will allow Trigg Tots to be a part of a pilot apprenticeship program that is training childcare administrators and directors in the state.

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Over the weekend, the annual Water Festival took place Saturday afternoon at Jeffers Bend Environmental Center.

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Leslie Lancaster was hired as the next principal at Freedom Elementary School by the school’s Site-Based Decision Making Council, according to a press release from Christian County Public Schools.

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The Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library hosted a mini book sale for the community May 9-14, 2022.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — These Kentucky lotteries were drawn Saturday:

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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn., May 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Days after Fitch Ratings issued its “A” rating on Ballad Health’s credit, Standard and Poor’s issued its own report, concluding it affirms Ballad Health’s “A-” credit rating with a stable outlook.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — These Kentucky lotteries were drawn Friday:

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The Christian County Fiscal Court met Tuesday morning for a regular meeting in which the court approved the first reading of the Fiscal Year 2022-2023 budget, which was proposed to total roughly $45.7 million.