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Todd County officials are taking a look at overtime for the Todd County Detention Center, with plans to work closely with Todd County Jailer Jeff Penick to help avoid those overtime costs in the future.

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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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Officials are continuing to move forward with plans for the newly-renamed Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center that serves adults and youth in the Todd County community.

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A 1.5% cost-of-living adjustment and 1.5% step-increase for all City of Oak Grove employees is included in Budget Ordinance 2019-03 for Fiscal Year July 1, 2019 — June 30, 2020, which was unanimously approved by the Oak Grove City Council.

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Hopkinsville Fire Chief Freddie Montgomery will go on to lead Clarksville Fire Rescue, according to a news release from Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts.

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Jennie Stuart Medical Center is among over 800 hospitals across the nation that are being financially penalized by Medicare for hospital-acquired infections and patient readmission.

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The council chambers were packed Tuesday night at the Hopkinsville City Council meeting. Residents of Kentucky Avenue and parishioners of Second Baptist Church piled in to express their opinions about permanently closing a block of Kentucky Avenue.

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The Todd County Fiscal Court voiced its support for a program that will address drug use in the county during its meeting Friday at the Todd County Courthouse, voting in favor of a request from Executive Director Jen Harris of the Todd County Health Department to start a "harm reduction" program.

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Jordan Seth Peveler — former Hopkinsville High School band director charged with unlawful transaction with a minor (second degree), sodomy (third degree) and rape (third degree) — went before Christian District Judge J. Foster Cotthoff Friday morning for his preliminary hearing. Peveler was …

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At 1 p.m., and not a minute later, Tuesday, 16 teenagers crossed the threshold of Challenge House No. 1 to begin the second day of Attitude, Training and Teamwork program to develop their job skills.

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Residents of Fairview are invited to attend an upcoming meeting to learn about the possibility of a merger between the Fairview and Pembroke volunteer fire departments.

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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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Although it may seem unlikely, swimming and movie watching are a match made in heaven, said Joe Wilson, Hopkinsville YMCA senior program director, when explaining the YMCA's new Dive-In events.

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Christian Fiscal Court has approved the final payments for two ongoing construction projects, effectively signaling the end to renovations for the Alhambra Theatre downtown as well as the completion of construction on the new Christian County Sheriff's Office facility on Seventh Street.

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It took some logistical planning when 140 youngsters showed up to participate in Kentucky Day activities Thursday at the Woody Winfree Fire-Transportation Museum downtown.

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Imagine receiving the news that you have cancer just three months after being cleared at your yearly checkup. At the same time, you hear that your mother will be fighting cancer with you for her second time.

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On July 1, Kentucky's pension crisis will hit local health departments. Both Christian County Health Department and Todd County Health Department will be required to increase their pension obligation to 83.4% of payroll -- up from 49.5%.

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Jordan Seth Peveler, former band director at Hopkinsville High School, was arrested Wednesday on three felony charges from Christian County, but as of Thursday afternoon, he was no longer listed as an inmate on the Christian County Jail website.

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When First Sgt. John Cassata, a combat medic who served in the U.S. Army Medical Corps for 26 years, retired from the service a decade ago, Veterans Affairs clinics were a lot different than they are today.

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Logging onto the internet several weeks ago, Lesley Moshier started "Googling" for information about stay-at-home moms and something to bring in a little extra cash for her family.

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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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Jordan Seth Peveler, former band director at Hopkinsville High School, was arrested Wednesday on three felony charges from Christian County. Peveler was charged with one count of unlawful transaction with a minor (second degree), sodomy (third degree) and rape (third degree).

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Library patrons can check out more than books and DVDs at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library thanks to a new partnership with the Hopkinsville-Christian County YMCA.

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This year's Relay for Life walk will kick off at 6 p.m. Friday lasting until midnight at the Stadium of Champions and will feature a focus on the decades, providing something for everyone. There will also be some changes made to the previous year's schedule.

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Todd County's training facility for high school youth and adults has the right stuff, an official with Novelis Inc., Guthrie's new automotive aluminum sheet manufacturing company, said on Monday.

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ARCADIA, Calif. (AP) — Santa Anita's troubled racing season has come to a close after the deaths of 30 horses at the Southern California track rattled the industry and led to Hall of Fame trainer Jerry Hollendorfer being banned when four of his horses were among the casualties.

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

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — As Father's Day approached, a group of dads got together in Shawnee Park to play kickball and catch up. The men are part of a Kentucky-based program that teaches them how to better communicate with and care for their kids.

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