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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Though Pennyrile Electric’s 83rd annual membership meeting scheduled for June 30 was canceled out of COVID-19 concerns for public health and restrictions of public events, the cooperative is providing important updates typically shared at the annual meeting.
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While restaurants across the commonwealth opened up in-person dining capacities to 50% Monday, Dave’s Sticky Pig in Madisonville closed its dining area and will operate as a drive-thru and curb-side business only, effective immediately.
America’s Founders regarded a free press as so vital to the new nation that they took care to include that right in the First Amendment to the Constitution.
Joshua Duncan, of Dunc’s Tire and Dunc’s Towing, is sponsoring a fireworks show, with assistance from the city of Princeton on Saturday, July 4 at the City-County Park, located on the Dawson Road.
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An Illinois family traveling Interstate 24 late on the night of June 22 lost an 11-year-old son when their vehicle was hit by another car heading the wrong direction on the interstate in Lyon County.
The novel coronavirus has changed things up a bit, but the pandemic is not keeping the community of Fredonia from celebrating American independence and local veterans.
At least nine new COVID-19 cases have been reported in the five-county Pennyrile Health District since June 19, including three each in Caldwell and Lyon counties.
As evening skies begin to fill with the familiar bangs, booms and flashes of lights,it can only mean one thing in Hopkins County — the 4th of July is near.