Reid W. Heltsley of Hopkinsville High School has been named a commended student in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship program, according to an announcement from Principal Todd Marshall.
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.
This coming Tuesday is designated as High Attendance Day for each school in Kentucky, and emphasizes getting to class on time, according to a release from
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.
The annual Great Futures Luncheon is preparing for another year to help show the community what the Boys and Girls Club of Hopkinsville-Christian County is all about.
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Besides remarkable versatility with the football in his hands, Kentucky junior Lynn Bowden also showed impressive skill remaining tight-lipped about whether he'd show his skills as Kentucky's starting quarterback.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — Western Kentucky started preparation in the spring, expecting Army to control the clock and the line of scrimmage.
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This month there will be two opportunities to honor local veterans who fought in World War II, the Vietnam War or the Korean War.
An Oak Grove woman was arrested Thursday, Oct. 3 after she created a disturbance at the Hi Road Marathon gas station located on Hugh Hunter Road before assaulting an officer, according to an Oak Grove Police Department report.
Dress in costume, put your thinking cap on and try to solve the crime at the Masquerade Murder Mystery Dinner Party to benefit Max's Hope Pet Rescue.
Two Paducah leaders were impressed by the city's turnout -- about 530 people -- at Thursday's gubernatorial forum between Gov. Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear.
The Interprofessional Simulation Program at Madisonville Community College has received provisional accreditation from the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
The Season of Giving has arrived once again, and Planters Bank branches are competing to see who can raise the most money for 12 local charities through the end of the year.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has secured $25 million to help fight the infestation of Asian carp in area lakes and rivers as part of the Senate Interior Appropriations Bill.
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital will open a temporary walk-in flu vaccine clinic for two weeks where beneficiaries may receive their annual influenza shot.
On Tuesday, the Kentucky Department of Education released its new five-star accountability model along with kyschoolreportcard.com -- a website that breaks down education data by district -- along with each school's proficiency rates for the previous school year.
The man who murdered his mother in 2014 received his final sentencing Wednesday afternoon after being found guilty by jury July 11. Jamal Mounts was sentenced to life in prison.
The Christian County Fiscal Court approved a discretionary funds agreement and resolution to allow Christian County Judge Executive Steve Tribble to sign an agreement between the county and the state transportation department concerning roadwork in Christian County.
Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library in partnership with First Financial Bank of Christian County will be offering a student library card for high school students.
A Dawson Springs man has died and an autopsy of the body should help answer some questions investigators have, Hopkins County Sheriff Matt Sanderson told The Progress on Monday afternoon.