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Hopkinsville Community College will hold a College and Coffee Enrollment Fair in Clarksville from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday at Mugsy’s Coffee Co., 3291 Fort Campbell Blvd.

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Officials at Land Between the Lakes are seeking public comment on a proposal to conduct a timber sale from trees salvaged after a July storm that affected an estimated 230 acres.

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

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The annual training offers opportunities for the county’s estimated 59 tobacco farmers to network with each other, something Graham Cofield likes about the sessions that focus on good agricultural practices for the crop.

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When the pandemic hit, and schools were forced to pivot to non-traditional instruction, some students in the state fell behind. Christian County Public Schools have launched a learning recovery plan to help bring those students back into good standing.

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear and Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman launched the Kentucky Broadband Speed Test, a crowdsourcing project that will gather data from Kentuckians needed to expand internet home access for distance learning, telework and telehealth.

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The Christian County Health Department announced Friday that its vaccine clinic would begin allowing COVID-19 vaccination appointments to be scheduled beginning on Mar. 1 for Phase 1C.

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The Kentucky New Era and sister publication The Cadiz Record garnered several awards in the 2020 Kentucky Press Association Excellence in Kentucky Newspapers Contest.

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The Little River runs hard near the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library as a week’s worth of snow and ice melts in Hopkinsville.