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The Alzheimer’s Association has scheduled a virtual program on how COVID-19 has impacted dementia care at home and in residential facilities. The program is specialized for family caregivers.
The Fredonia activities committee is sponsoring a Yard of the Month contest for Fredonia residents with a winner being chosen each month throughout the summer.
Congratulations to the Caldwell County Class of 2020. I am extremely proud of your accomplishments over the past 14 years of your life in pursuit of your high school diploma.
Face masks or coverings are part of a new normal in the COVID-19 era — at least for now — as Kentuckians wear them for work, grocery runs, shopping, hospital visits and other everyday activities.
Caldwell County High School students who earned Associated General Contractors of Western Kentucky Student of the Week honors throughout the school year were presented with the prizes they would have received during a year-end banquet in April.
Although the Hopkins County Family YMCA has run its Summer Food Service Program every year for the last 30 years, this summer they are doing things differently.
Local businesses and government entities are still seeing the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic even as the state begins to reopen.
During the next several weeks, U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will conduct the June Agricultural Survey. The agency will contact 2,000 producers across Kentucky to determine crop acreage and stock levels as of June 1.
Kentucky’s court system will begin a slow return to normal Monday when hearings on criminal and civil cases resume. But there is likely to be a new normal in courthouses and justice centers across the state.
Christian Fiscal Court had its first reading of the Fiscal Year 2020-21 budget in a virtual setting amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most criminal court proceedings in Kentucky have been suspended since March due to COVID-19. After a Kentucky Supreme Court order, courts may now reopen in June.
It wasn’t a traditional graduation ceremony by any means, but it was something that brought the Caldwell County High School Class of 2020 together in many ways, perhaps for the final time.
The first thing to remember about vice presidential picks is that they are marketing decisions. That is, once a candidate has been deemed qualified to be president, the only thing that matters is what the choice says about the person…
While Monday was Memorial Day, a day to remember, honor and mourn military service members who have passed in the line of duty, Oak Grove recently celebrated being dubbed Kentucky’s most patriotic city by Insurify.
Paying tribute to service members who lost their lives in service to their country, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 1913 held a Memorial Day service Monday afternoon on the VFW grounds.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear recommended schools in the commonwealth to prepare for the fall semester by creating contingency plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last week during the Christian County Board of Education meeting Melanie Barrett, director of pupil personnel, said the district is …
Some Hopkinsville churches that closed for two months because of COVID-19 are restarting in-person worship services this Sunday, while others are delaying reopening out of an abundance of caution.
While Congress has rightfully provided relief for families and businesses affected by a government-induced economic shutdown, now is the time to focus on reopening the economy and getting back to a normal way of life.