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Tanquil Graves laughs as she talks about the name of the business she operates with her sister Allegra Weeks. It has nothing to do with the color green or cookies. Or dogs, for that matter.

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Oak Grove Community Cares is hosting its own version of "Shop with a Cop," allowing local Oak Grove children to buy holiday presents for themselves and their family alongside the area's first responders Saturday night.

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Officials with the National Weather Service in Paducah are advising residents of the multi-state region served by their office that Old Man Winter will be bringing above normal temperatures and precipitation to the area in coming months.

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All information from restaurant inspections is provided by the Christian County Health Department. A minimum score of 85 with no critical violations is considered passing. Restaurants have a chance to increase their scores by correcting critical problems while the inspector is on-site. Inspe…

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The Christian County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Eye Opener Breakfast on Tuesday at the James E. Bruce Convention Center. The breakfast gave chamber and local community members the chance to hear legislative updates from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

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One owner of a local hemp business says it's already difficult for farmers who grow the crop to find buyers for their hemp, and she worries that farmers, processors and others will face fresh difficulties when federal regulations from the U.S. Department of Agriculture become reality next year.

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Members of the Oak Grove City Council discussed Tuesday night during its regular meeting the possibility of reimbursing residents after it was discovered that the city has been overcharging residents' on a stormwater fee on their utility bills.

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The Hopkinsville Community College Foundation announced Wednesday that it surpassed it $45,000 fundraising goal for its annual PATH campaign.

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PRINCETON – Fourth-grader Jemma Carroll and fifth-grader Klaas Leyenaar – both students at Indian Hills Elementary School – won their divisions at the sixth annual WKEC Regional Spelling Bee for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students held Tuesday at Northside Baptist Church in Princeton. The West…

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Following the recent approval of a new ambulance service contract by the Hopkinsville City Council, the Hopkinsville Fire Department is looking to hire several EMS-only positions through the month of December, with application deadline in early January.

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Hopkinsville Community College Board of Directors held a meeting Monday at the new Emerging Technologies Center. HCC Chief Business Affairs Officer Dr. Dale Leatherman presented the board with a finance report.

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Mice are scattered about the Alhambra Theatre downtown, but not because the rodent has found a new home. Rather, the Pennyroyal Arts Council has unveiled its new mascot, Butch the Theatre Mouse, just in time for the holidays.

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If a town could have a best friend, then Bill Longhurst was Guthrie's best friend, says Boogie Oliver, who describes the late proprietor of Longhurst Grocery, a supporter and champion of his community, as very modest and very conservative.

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Hopkinsville Electric System and Pennyrile Allied Community Services are hoping the community will share the warmth this year through Project Share -- a local initiative that seeks to help local people cover increased heating costs in the winter.

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Hopkinsville Community College saw a growing need locally for people trained in various areas of diesel technology and nowhere in the Christian County area that offers the education to train those individuals.

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As the end of the year approaches and United Way of the Pennyrile's employee campaign recently ending, the nonprofit is hoping for more donations to meet its goals.

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Holding a spoonful of green beans in one hand, 11-year-old Charlie Keeling looked over the counter at the veterans in line before him at Restoration House Family Worship Center.

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The Christian County High School gymnasium was packed with senior students Friday morning as they began to consider their career choices after they graduate during the school’s Fifth Annual Colonel Commitment College and Career Fair.

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The six living children of Durrett Avenue native Joe Mumford have all scattered across North America — two live in North Carolina, one in Seattle, another in Santa Ana, California, Tampa, Florida, and Le Playas, Mexico. Their careers as doctors, veterans, educators and ministers have taken t…

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The South Western Kentucky Economic Development Council and its board of directors announced Friday that Mark Lindsey is resigning his post as executive director. His last day will be Jan. 24, 2020.

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The South Western Kentucky Economic Development Council and its board of directors announced Friday that Mark Lindsey is resigning his post as executive director. His last day will be Jan. 24, 2020. 

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The six living children of Durrett Avenue native Joe Mumford have all scattered across North America — two live in North Carolina, one in Seattle, another in Santa Ana, California, Tampa, Florida, and Le Playas, Mexico. Their careers as doctors, veterans, educators and ministers have taken t…

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Prompted by the widening of a local road, the fire station in Oak Grove will need to be rebuilt soon, and Oak Grove Mayor Theresa Jarvis notes that federal funds made possible through the 2020 U.S. Census could help support that project.

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Since the winter of 1995, the local Warm the Children campaign has raised more than $356,000 to provide new winter clothing for more than 4,090 youngsters from Christian, Todd and Trigg counties.

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Early last week Sean Johnson Jr., saw a woman crying outside the Salvation Army. The woman told Johnson that she was going through a difficult time and needed help.

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

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PRINCETON -- Fourth grader Jemma Carroll and fifth grader Klaas Leyenaar -- both students at Indian Hills Elementary School -- won their divisions at the sixth annual WKEC Regional Spelling Bee for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students held Tuesday at Northside Baptist Church in Princeton. The W…

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Bean bags soared from late morning into the afternoon Saturday at the inaugural Flingin' Festival Cornhole Tournament inside the Planters Bank Jennie Stuart Health Sportsplex.

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The Christian County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Eye Opener Breakfast on Tuesday at the James E. Bruce Convention Center. The breakfast gave chamber and local community members the chance to hear legislative updates from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

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Members of the Oak Grove City Council discussed Tuesday night during its regular meeting the possibility of reimbursing residents after it was discovered that the city has been overcharging residents' on a stormwater fee on their utility bills.

A 4-year-old Dawson Springs girl was returned to her mother's care Monday evening after being found wandering on Maple Street in Providence, according to a news release from the city's police department.

History and ingenuity mixed when Eagle Scout candidate Colton Bunch, 16, presented his Eagle Scout Service Project to the scout council. For the last two months, Bunch and a small group of volunteers built shelving units that now houses 100…

In a case heard in district court on Nov. 27, Jacob A. Shepherd, 23, of Dawson Springs was arraigned on claims that he called 911 Tuesday and threatened to shoot several people. He's charged with public intoxication, but Whitledge added…

The Dawson Springs Decorating Committee organized the city Christmas parade this year and floats traveled down East Arcadia and Railroad Avenues before wrapping up the route on South Main Street. The Royal Main Street Trophy for Best of Show went…

Tony Sicari (left) and Fr. Jojy Joseph (right) present coats from the Knights of Columbus and the St. Paul Family Aid Program to Theresa Ray at the Caldwell County Middle School HOPE/COPE Center. Blessed Trinity Council #15181, which consists of…

The White family, of Caldwell County, is in need after losing their home in a fire Monday night.

Tiffany Massey said she gained a lot from having positive influences growing up, so it was an easy decision for her to create a new mentorship program for Caldwell County Elementary School students.

The Princeton City Council is working on creating a joint franchise that will be responsible for collecting both residential and commercial waste within city limits.

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An annual holiday tradition in Providence will move forward with a little more somber feeling this year, as organizers gear up to host the 2019 Jingle Jog 5K.

A tip about possible illegal activity in the parking lot of Ware Trucking in Providence led to the arrest of two individuals on drug charges on Nov. 27.

Providence City Council members voted unanimously on Monday night to proceed with a proposal to purchase the former Parker-Warner Historic Museum on South Broadway. The purchase will reportedly be completed for $1.

Mexican cusine returned to Providence last week when Conquistadores opened for business in the former La Casa building on Westerfield Drive.

The University of Kentucky Research and Education Center in Princeton welcomed Carrie Janes as its new master grazing coordinator earlier this month.

Due to the end of the month falling on a Saturday, property tax bills paid in-person at Princeton City Hall by Monday will still receive the 2 percent discount rate. Monday is the last day to receive the discount.

These peanut butter jelly bars will be available at the Cookie Walk, scheduled for 3-6:30 p.m. Dec. 6 and 9-10:30 a.m. Dec. 7 at the Christian Life Center. There will also be fellowship and live entertainment. Event proceeds benefit Caldwell…

Highland Baptist Church in Princeton hosted its 14th Saviors Dinner of Love Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, offering in-house dining and deliveries to area residents.