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Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer is conceding to Matt Bevin in the Kentucky Republican Gubernatorial Primary ...Read More
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The ongoing lawsuit between the City of Oak Grove and the former Police Chief Milton Perry has concluded with a settlement check cut to Perry ...Read More
Pennyroyal Hospice welcomed over 400 volunteers and donors to its 2015 fundraising dinner Thursday evening.
While many school districts across the country are cutting jobs to make ends meet, the Trigg County School District has been able to make budget cuts that will spare staff ...Read More
The youth group at Southside Church of Christ has been involved this week in a Homeless Work Camp. 
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Easton McGee pitched a six-hit shutout and helped the Hopkinsville Tigers to a 4-0 win over Christian County for the Second Region baseball title. 
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Farm Credit Services in Hopkinsville cooks out hamburgers and all beef hotdogs during Beef Appreciation Month.
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