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The Christian County Health Department said Thursday that the county’s incidence rate is up to 32.2, keeping the county in the red zone for COVID-19. That number means that for the past seven days, the county has around 32.2 new positive cases daily, per 100,000 population.

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The Christian County Health Department said Thursday that the county’s incidence rate is up to 32.2, keeping the county in the red zone for COVID-19. That number means that for the past seven days, the county has around 32.2 new positive cases daily, per 100,000 population.

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The Oak Grove City Council met Wednesday morning for a special called meeting to approve a new waste disposal contract with Bobby Outlaw Disposal Service as well as consider the second reading of a budget amendment for the purchase of a water department truck.

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Following a good start to the year with its pancake breakfast, Relay for Life started strong towards its campaign goal. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit locally, throwing a wrench in the campaign.

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The Christian County Health Department held its biweekly COVID-19 press conference virtually Wednesday. The health department reported 41 new virus cases in the county.

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James R. Knight (R) and incumbent Mayor Wendell Lynch (D) took the stage Tuesday at the Hopkinsville Rotary Club debate in the Memorial Building. Both candidates gave their pitch for obtaining, or keeping, the mayoral seat.

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Following a good start to the year with its pancake breakfast, Relay for Life started strong towards its campaign goal. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit locally, throwing a wrench in the campaign.

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The Christian County Health Department announced Monday, the 30th COVID-19-related death in the county. The individual was a 99-year old female with underlying health conditions.

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear again urged residents to wear a mask as COVID-19 cases in the state continue to rise. He said at his daily virus press conference that this week has brought three of the five highest cases counts since the pandemic began.

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The results of a traffic study requested by Trigg County Judge-Executive Hollis Alexander for Kings Chapel Road revealed vehicles traveling at an average speed of 45 miles per hour during a period that saw more than 90 vehicles on the road.

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The Christian County Health Department reported Friday 24 new COVID-19 cases. The county has 231 active cases, counting only the testing done at Tie Breaker Park.

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Robin Powell considers the incidence of breast cancer in Trigg County and said she believes things have gotten better when it comes to the cancer that the National Cancer Institute estimates is among the top causes of cancer death in the U.S. in 2020.

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The Christian County Clerk’s Office announced Thursday that it would be changing its second early voting location after the first two days of early voting turnout.

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

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