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A grand jury returned no true bills on three charges related to the fatal shooting of a Cadiz man last fall by Trigg County Sheriff Aaron Acree.

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The Pennyroyal Area Development District is in full force this April as they released their April newsletter updated the public on their various projects and opportunities.

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Cadiz Rotary Club recognized five individuals for their service to the club during its kick-off breakfast ushering in this week’s 54th Annual Cadiz Rotary Radio Auction.

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One of the men accused in the 2016 Ghost Bridge murder case appeared in Christian Circuit Court Judge John Atkins’ court via Zoom Monday morning to have his trial date vacated and rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic preventing trials until May.

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The Perfect Closet and the Pennyroyal Arts Council are coming together every Saturday in April to present an upscale consignment shopping experience at the former Miller’s Son Store to benefit Grace and Mercy, The Boys and Girls Club of Hopkinsville-Christian County and the Aaron McNeil House Inc.

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Four women accused in the First United Methodist Church child abuse cases were scheduled to appear in Christian Circuit Court Judge John Atkins’ court Thursday afternoon to either set the cases for jury trials or to hear a motion to join all four cases to be tried at once.

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County officials listened during Monday’s Trigg County Fiscal Court meeting as one local resident shared his concerns about an overburdened Trigg County Sheriff’s Office that he said isn’t able to respond to residents’ needs in a timely manner.

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The Oak Grove City Council officially approved the hiring of a new public works director at a regular meeting Tuesday night. The council also considered the third budget amendment, adopting the International Property Maintenance Code and creating a part-time administrative assistant for City Hall.

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The Hopkinsville City Council met in person on Tuesday night for its first meeting of April to discuss budget amendments, loans, committees and HWEA water rates.

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FANCY FARM — With what organizers describe as “cautious optimism,” plans are being made to have the 141st St. Jerome Fancy Farm Picnic in its traditional entirety on Aug. 7, 2021.

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With the school year coming to a close and summer break just around the corner, the Hopkinsville-Christian County YMCA announced its plans for the month of April as the weather warms, businesses are continuing to open more to the public and everyone is gearing up for the summer.

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The Kentucky Sheriff’s Boys and Girls Ranch Summer Camp is a go this summer and the Christian County Sheriff’s Department is collecting donations for the camp.

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At the recent committee of the whole meeting, Hopkinsville Solid Waste Enterprise General Manager Tony Sicari updated the council on the city’s recycling program while discussing the possible start back date.

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Standing recently before a group of supporters at the newly-opened Trigg County Orthopedic Family Medicine, owner William “Bill” Elkins said he was impressed with the loyalty of clients who for many years came from the local community to visit Elkins and Dr. John Yezerski in Murray.

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The First United Methodist Church Daycare child abuse case was scheduled in Circuit Judge John Atkins’ courtroom Wednesday morning to have its previous trial date expunged and rescheduled, but due to a motion the commonwealth intends to file, the trial has not yet been rescheduled.

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Following much discussion in the community about locating a physicians’ office in a residential area, the Cadiz-Trigg County Planning Commission has given a favorable recommendation to the Cadiz City Council to amend the text of the City of Cadiz Code of Ordinances.

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The Christian County Health Department announced the beginning of The Exchange, an anonymous and confidential needle exchange program that will start on April 6 from 1-3 p.m., continuing every Tuesday.

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Oak Grove Committee of the Whole met Tuesday morning with Kentucky Fire Commission Division Director Bruce Roberts to discuss how the city can transition from an entirely volunteer fire department to a partially paid or fully paid fire department.

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Planters Bank recently announced that it has launched a new program to help individuals build wealth. The Wealth Builder program is a new partnership between the bank and the Eric D. Coleman Financial Group.

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A firearm was discharged at Hopkinsville High School on Monday. According to Christian County Public Schools Director of Communications John Rittenhouse at around 3:18 p.m. a weapon that was inside a backpack was "accidentally" discharged.

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Dual-threat quarterback Cameron Hergott of Kentucky Class 2A champion Beechwood High School and Frederick Douglass two-way lineman Jager Burton have been selected as Kentucky’s co-Mr. Football for the COVID-19-shortened 2020 season.

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

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The city of Hopkinsville, Christian County Health Department and the Pennyroyal Arts Council have teamed up to announce the kickoff of the “Get A Shot, Take A Shot” contest last Thursday.