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Pete Thomas

Pete Thomas lets loose with a smile while standing in front of his  darkfired tobacco bard. The veteran Trigg County Farmer likely will sell his last tobacco crop when warehouse auctions begin week in Hopkinsville.

Kathy Carpenter opens up a real estate firm in Pembroke.

Lewis Hopper with the Lions Club was serving up pancakes at its annual fundraiser at the Memorial Building.

Jim Walker, the former JSMC administrator, left a legacy of progress on the hospital with four major construction projects over his 23 years.

HCC president Jim Kerley confirmed his excitement about the Technology Center being funded during the upcoming legislative session.

Lisa Carol Foster with York, Neel and Co. was honored by the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants for successfully completing the CPA exam.

Shawn Nosbusch bowled a first-ever 300 at Indian Hills Bowl.

Jane Wall School of Gymnastics performed in its first competition in Murray. Participants were Rachel Hatterberg, Jennifer Henderson, Joelle McNichols, Shanon Stallons, Ashley Spain, Jessica Cayce and Breanne Thompson. They were directed by Jane Wall Wade.

Jr. Civitan officers picked. For HHS Gene Scott - President, John Scott - Vice President, Jessica Meredith - Secretary, and Jodi Futrell - Treasurer. At CCHS: John Southall - President, David Scott - Vice President, Michael Snyder - Secretary/Treasurer.

Elliott Wall, a freshman attending WKU was participating in the University Choir.

Jim Rogers makes his debut as the new HHS swimming coach.

Hopkinsville Elevator was celebrating its 25 year anniversary.

Christian County Health Department was hosting a Healthy Taste of Hopkinsville at the Pennyrile Mall.

Thick sliced bacon was on sale at Hamptons for 89 cents per pound.

Dr. Thomas Steiner, senior minister at First Christian  Church, was honored by the Christian County Eduction Association for his contributions and support of teachers.

The Three Musketeers was the top producing movie of the week.

Andrew Self leads the cheers for Unite Way scores it financial Touch Down by surpassing its $550,053 goal. Delissa Millburn, formerly with the public defender’s office began working for the Christian County Attorney.

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