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The road to recovery after COVID-19 hasn’t been easy for 70-year-old Jo Ann Holmes of Hopkinsville. The virus has had lingering effects on her body, as she sometimes uses a walker, easily gets short of breath and has recurring swelling that specialists in Hopkinsville and Nashville are worki…

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The Pennyrile Honor Guard provides military honors for veterans’ burials, and they make sure those veterans receive full military honors, said Bob Englert of Cadiz, who’s been with the group for six years.

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The Christian County Health Department reported the eighth COVID-19 related death in the county. The individual was 97 years old and had underlying health conditions.

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LOUISVILLE — A lawsuit challenging former Gov. Matt Bevin’s practice of blocking some people on Twitter and Facebook has been settled with the current governor, who has committed to allowing “robust” discourse on the governor’s official social media accounts.

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The Christian County Board of Education approved the fall semester plan for athletics Thursday night at its workshop. The plan will allow students to participate in extracurricular activities if the district moves to non-traditional instruction in the upcoming semester.

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Organizers for the annual Trigg County Country Ham Festival have decided that they still want to celebrate the festival, which was canceled last month because of the COVID-19 virus.

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Christian County Public Schools Superintendent Chris Bentzel spoke to the Rotary Club of Hopkinsville. Bentzel covered the district’s plan to rebrand under his leadership and be more transparent. He also spoke of the district’s plan to return to in-person instruction while following COVID-19…

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Trigg County Fiscal Court approved the fifth and last payment for the purchase of the former Cadiz Drywall building that has been the home of the Trigg County Sheriff’s Office for the past few years.

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LOS ANGELES — A new documentary about the life and work of “Little House on the Prairie” author Laura Ingalls Wilder puts her novels’ scattered racist references in historical context, the film’s producers said.

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The Christian County Health Department reported 19 new COVID-19 cases Friday. The county currently has 181 active cases.

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Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles has declared Aug. 2 trough 8 Farmers’ Market Week. He asked local residents to especially support their local farmers’ market next week.

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April and May were particularly hard months for Helping Hands of Trigg County, a local organization that offers a helping hand with utility bills and food donations for those in need.

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The No. 1 thing that Trigg County Public Schools wants its parents to know is that the safety of their children is the most important thing to Trigg administrators and staff, Superintendent Bill Thorpe told participants in a public forum broadcast early last week on Facebook Live.

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Members of the Trigg County Board of Education debated the start of the 2020-2021 school year yet again during their regular meeting Thursday, considering a possible start after Labor Day in September.

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With the first federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act set to expire today and Congress determining another relief package, citizens across the country are bracing for the $600 unemployment boost to end and for evictions to resume in states that don’t have individual protections.

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Christian County Public Schools is preparing to return to in-person instruction at the end of August. With a little over a month before school starts, parents are left with the choice to send their children to in-person instruction or opt into the district’s Virtual Learning Academy.

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Christian County Public Schools is preparing to return to in-person instruction at the end of August. With a little over a month before school starts, parents are left with the choice to send their children to in-person instruction or opt into the district’s Virtual Learning Academy.

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Q: Laws devised by people are intended to keep society safe. Why then, do we live in a world spinning out of control by vileness instead of virtue? — L.B.

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College football coaches are facing the daunting challenge of getting their players to maintain the required focus to prepare for season-openers when the prevailing question swirling around the sport is when, or if, the season will even be played because of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.

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

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

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Christian County Public Schools Superintendent Chris Bentzel spoke to the Rotary Club of Hopkinsville. Bentzel covered the district’s plan to rebrand under his leadership and be more transparent. He also spoke of the district’s plan to return to in-person instruction while following COVID-19…