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Christian County Public Schools announced Thursday that it will return to in-person instruction on Tuesday, Jan. 19. The district was previously scheduled to return to in-person instruction two weeks ago but moved the date due to the spike in COVID-19 cases in the county.

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The League of Women Voters chapter of Hopkinsville met Monday night via Zoom to discuss business and the program “Redistricting in Kentucky: Let’s Build Fair Maps with a Fair Progress.”

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The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County is hosting three special events throughout the month of January via Zoom to get the public involved with the museum during the pandemic.

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Trigg County Hospital has administered 200 COVID-19 vaccines to health care workers and first responders after receiving its initial shipment of the vaccines on Dec. 23. The hospital will continue its vaccination efforts this week, with 500 more vaccines slated to be administered to the comm…

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Although 2020 was a rough year for many due the COVID-19 pandemic, a positive aspect that came out of the year and having to quarantine, lockdown and stay inside more than most would like to, was that overall crime decreased locally compared to past years.

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As positive cases in Christian County continue to increase, the Christian County Clerk’s office remains closed to the public, except through the use of drop boxes, mail, online forms and phone calls.

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Christian County Public Schools announced Friday that it will extend non-traditional instruction through next week.

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The case involving Shawn Biby, the Cadiz resident who was fatally shot by Trigg County Sheriff Aaron Acree in October, has now been presented to special prosecutor Zac Greenwell.

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Christian County Public Schools will announce its instructional plan Friday. The district originally planned to return to in-person instruction Wednesday, Jan. 6.

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The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County is hosting three special events throughout the month of January via Zoom to get the public involved with the museum during the pandemic.

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The woman accused in the 2019 Greenville Road murder is set to enter a plea deal next week in Christian Circuit Judge John Atkins’ courtroom after her and her defense counsel reached a resolution with the commonwealth.

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Holloway honored for lifting voices of Korean War soldiers

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San Francisco Bay area native Taylor Duke joins the Kentucky New Era news staff as a staff writer.

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The Oak Grove City Council met Tuesday night for its first regular meeting of the year to approve the second reading of the non-elected officers ordinance and discuss closing or auto-renewing certificate of deposit accounts opened by the city last year.

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Christian County Public Schools announced Tuesday that it will delay in-person instruction for one week due to COVID-19.

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Christian County Public Schools will return to in-person instruction Wednesday. Schools officially came back virtually from winter break Monday.

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The ongoing pandemic will be among the topics of discussion when legislators return to Frankfort on Jan. 5, including in particular a look at the use of the governor’s executive powers during emergencies.

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The R-Cut intersection that was recently completed at Kentucky 139 and U.S. 68 in the city is the second one in the area and comes as another five or six more are in various stages of planning in the region.

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

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