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The man accused of a Walmart carjacking and shooting of Hopkinsville Police Department officer Jeremy Davidson in February 2019 received a life sentence Wednesday morning in Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins’ courtroom.

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Beginning today, the Christian County Health Department will be offering the Moderna and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID-19 booster shots to anyone who falls under current CDC guidance.

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Repeated waves of COVID-19 cases, long hours and chronic staff shortages are taking a severe toll on Kentucky’s nurses with many citing stress, burnout and distress over encounters with hostile patients and family members.

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear will be in Hopkinsville today to officially present Christian County Public Schools with a $10 million grant.

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On Saturday, Oct. 23, over 200 people showed up at the Jeffers Bend Environmental Center campground for the annual Torchlight Tales.

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Hopkinsville police officers shot and killed a suspect Sunday night following a roughly six-hour-long standoff after the suspect allegedly pointed a gun at officers twice during the incident.

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The Christian County High School Colonel Band won the Class 4A West Regional for the first time since 1996 on Saturday.

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The Christian County Health Department announced two new COVID-19-related deaths this week, however, new cases continue to slowly decrease from week to week.

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Christian County Public Schools superintendent Chris Bentzel made a recommendation to the school board this week that the district continue having students and staff wear masks inside the buildings.

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Christian County Public Schools superintendent Chris Bentzel made a recommendation to the school board this week that the district continue having students and staff wear masks inside the buildings.

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The Hopkinsville Committee of the Whole met Thursday for a regular meeting in which the committee voted to forward several matters to the next city council meeting, including allocating funds for road projects and future pension obligations as well as refinancing city bonds and spending T-Mo…

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“All right!” shouted one enthusiastic audience member as The Great United Way Bake Off got under way on Thursday afternoon at the Memorial Building in downtown Hopkinsville.

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Christian County is on the cusp of celebrating the 30th anniversary of the local Relay for Life.

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The man accused of the February 2020 shooting on South Vine and East Second streets, Travis Mayes, 38, had his case set for trial once again in Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins’ court Wednesday morning following the arrest of the victim in the case, who had issues in failing to appear for trial.

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One of the two suspects accused in the April shooting death that occurred at the Valero gas station on East Ninth Street entered a guilty plea in Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins’ courtroom Monday morning for his alleged involvement in the murder.

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After weeks of being one of the top 10 states for its coronavirus infection rate, Kentucky took a plunge to No. 16 in The New York Times rankings Tuesday, as the state’s case numbers and positive-test rate kept falling.

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At Tuesday night’s Oak Grove City Council meeting, EMS, policemen and a volunteer Firefighter of Oak Grove were all recognized and received “Outstanding Service Group Awards.”

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Hopkinsville City Council met Tuesday night for a brief meeting in which council members heard future plans for renovations to the Woody Winfree Fire and Transportation Museum as well as heard about recent issues with the Hopkinsville Water Environment Authority billing cycle and how residen…

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For the spooky lovers, this Saturday at 5:30 p.m., there will be a Torchlight Tale of the legendary Bell Witch Haunting at Jeffers Bend Environmental Center in Hopkinsville.

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The trial against the woman accused of setting fire to a mobile home with several people inside was expected to begin in Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins’ court Monday morning, but was instead rescheduled due to a conflict regarding the defense attorneys representing her.

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An Illinois man has been arrested by Kentucky State Police and charged with murder and burglary, second degree, after involving law enforcement in Trigg County on a pursuit through that community last Thursday.

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The Hopkinsville-Christian County Convention and Visitors Bureau is encouraging anyone and everyone to join them in raising a glass to a new craft beer trail in Western Kentucky, which will feature nine cities and 13 craft breweries in the region, including Hopkinsville and the Hopkinsville …

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The Christian County Health Department announced zero new COVID-19 related deaths this week and that the number of new cases continues to slowly decrease from week to week.

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Christian County Public Schools will be handing out “Mindfulness Grab and Go Kits” on Saturday Oct. 16, starting at 9 a.m, at The Public Library.

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The man accused in the murder of Terrill Moore, 25, in August 2019, appeared in Christian Circuit Court Wednesday afternoon for a review and was ultimately allowed to be transported to the justice center to go over all of the evidence before his case is continued to its trial date in January.

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Garbage trucks, police cars, fire trucks, ambulances, tractors, construction equipment, army vehicles and even an Air Evac helicopter will assemble on Playground Way at the DeBow Recreational Complex this Saturday, Oct. 16 from 10 a.m. through 1 p.m. for the 5th Annual Touch-A-Truck event.

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The Christian County Chamber of Commerce and the South Western Kentucky Economic Development Council hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday morning to welcome Christian County and Hopkinsville’s newest industry, EZ-ACCESS.

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The Christian County 4-H raised money for the organization with the second Christian County Hay Bale Trail, which continues through the end of October.

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The Christian County 4-H raised money for the organization with the second Christian County Hay Bale Trail, which continues through the end of October.

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SEATTLE, Oct. 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Jones Soda Co. (OTCQB: JSDA) (“Jones Soda” or the “Company”), the original craft soda known for its unconventional flavors and user-designed label artwork, today announced a key expansion of its retail footprint with the addition of 210 Meijer store…

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Medina Spirit, the controversial winner of the Kentucky Derby, and Belmont Stakes winner Essential Quality head a field of 10 horses for the Breeders’ Cup Classic, with trainer Brad Cox pre-entering two horses for the $6 million race that also includes Hot Rod Charlie.

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