After only one year in existence, the Christian County Middle School percussion ensemble will represent the state at the annual Kentucky Music Educators Association conference.
Hopkinsville Community College unveiled its newest building on campus for the donors who helped bring it to fruition Friday.
Christian County saw more visitors who spent more money in the local community in 2018, according to information from the Kentucky Department of Tourism.
Christian County will receive part of nearly $3.5 million in Community Development Block Grant funding that will be divvied among five counties.
Hopkinsville Police Department has been serving the community for several generations, even when it was known by another name, and with that comes a long history that’s important to the officers that still choose to serve today.
A man who is accused of shooting another man during a domestic dispute in March had a jury trial scheduled by Judge John Atkins for his case Wednesday morning.
Women of Hopkinsville shared the reasons they stayed in abusive relationships Thursday at the 13th annual Sanctuary Inc. dinner.
The Christian County Board of Education voted to not raise the tax levy for fiscal year 2020 Thursday night at the Christian County Public Schools front office. A levy hearing was scheduled to allow the public to voice their opinions — in favor or against — the proposed increase.
Normally when an employer shuts down its operation, the public concern is for the jobs of the workers, but in the case of Dotiki Mine, which will shut down Friday after 52 years in business, that isn't the case. According to sources within Alliance Resource Partners LLC, all employees of Dot…
First United Methodist Church senior pastor the Rev. Paige Williams, 61, and former day care director Abby Leach, 32, were arraigned Wednesday morning in Judge John Atkins’ courtroom.
For those who are looking for legal aid in Kentucky, an event is being hosted by Kentucky Legal Aid on Monday in Todd County for a listening session and conversation regarding legal aid resources in the community.
Just a week after students in Todd County returned to school for a new year, the Todd County Schools district has received a threat directed toward the Todd County Central High School campus.
Christian County Deputy Clerk Melinda Humphries came to Christian Fiscal Court prepared to talk about a topic near and dear to her heart, i.e., pay raises for election workers in the county.
Hard work for good paying jobs. That was the theme of the day Tuesday for Hopkinsville Community College and Madisonville Community College as the two schools officially signed a consortium agreement to partner together for the upcoming school year.
Nineteen projects in the Pennyrile region have been recommended for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's Six-Year Highway Plan through fiscal year 2024, Regional Planning Coordinator Craig Morris said Monday during a board of directors meeting at the Pennyrile Area Development District.
Todd County Clerk Leslie Cunningham, who was diagnosed with cancer just a couple of months after taking office in January, has succumbed to her illness.
Todd County Fiscal Court has approved a measure to contribute $25,000 to the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center to purchase tools and supplies.
Pennyrile Area Community Services Inc. isn't just buses with big blue letters that read "PACS" driving around those who need transportation throughout the community.
A new committee that will focus on clearing the city's backlog of unpaid liens for unkempt and unsafe structures around town is on the horizon of being implemented.
Christian County Board of Education will hold a public hearing at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the Christian County Board of Education meeting room to hear public comments regarding the proposed general fund tax levy of 44 cents on real property and 44 cents on personal property.
With the opioid crisis still plaguing the nation, state and the Christian County area, several health professionals are encouraging everyone to carry NARCAN in their first aid kits in case of an overdose emergency.
Hopkinsville firefighter Steve Futrell is officially the new interim chief of the Hopkinsville Fire Department, and he is among 37 people from across the country who have submitted applications and are vying to fill the position permanently.
After three years of construction, Hopkinsville Community College will be unveiling the Emerging Technology Building to donors and supporters from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday.
The leader of last summer's community dance craze "The Southside Challenge" and the 2018 recipient of the Mayor's Unity Award has been named the next ambassador of Challenge House 7.
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…
Sahara Peterson smiles as she bends to the task at hand, her fingers deftly tightening this and adjusting that before she settles the iPhone atop the tripod.
The woman accused in the shooting of a man on Greenville Road in June was finally arraigned Wednesday morning after her arraignment last week was rescheduled due to technical issues.
The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence released an education poll for the state Wednesday.
Hopkinsville Downtown Renaissance announced details Wednesday for the second annual Hoptown Harvest Festival, which will be Sept. 26 through Sept. 28 in downtown Hopkinsville.
After a lengthy discussion amidst a power outage, technical issues and noisy weather, Hopkinsville City Council approved a municipal order to approve a budget amendment to the WINS budget, which included a pricey greenway extension plan.
More than 140 soldiers, assigned to 594th Transportation Company, 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 101st Sustainment Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), are scheduled to return Wednesday after a nine-month deployment to Kuwait.
Several companies from neighboring communities have already shown an interest in the 20 adults who are expected to enroll in certificate and training courses at the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center in Todd County.
The legacy of the late gubernatorial candidate Gatewood Galbraith is on display today at Fancy Farm, where a booth sponsored by his supporters is slated to feature hemp products from across the state.
Christian County Public Schools announced Thursday that Christina Russell has been hired as the new college and career coach at Christian County High School. Russell is tasked with creating a schoolwide career and soft skills education program.
The Christian County Circuit Clerk's office will be getting ahead of the game before REAL IDs are eventually rolled out in Christian County.
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Two Oak Grove Police Department officers recently graduated from the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Basic Training Academy on Eastern Kentucky State University's campus in Richmond.
Narcotics, counterfeit money and drug paraphernalia were found inside a residence at 624 Avondale Road during a search warrant executed Friday by Oak Grove Police Department officers.
A Dawson Springs man accused of kidnapping his stepgranddaughter was set to appear in Hopkins Circuit Court on Monday, but his case was continued, Judge Jim Brantley announced in the courtroom.
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