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Hopkinsville City Council approved on first reading Tuesday night two ordinances that will allow its fire department to operate more efficiently ...Read More
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Buried beneath the eastern bluff overlooking Lake Barkley at Canton in Trigg County are the remnants of a civilization that dates back thousands of years ...Read More
With the Chamber's Community Vision plan 2015 coming to an end, the new Community Vision plan for 2020 was unveiled this morning during the Chamber's eye opener breakfast ...Read More
The enthusiasm of Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendericks was evident Tuesday morning as he presented the State of Hopkinsville address at the Chamber's Eye Opener Breakfast ...Read More
Christian Chamber Board Chairman Frank Fields says the search is already underway for a new President and CEO following the resignation of Marian Mason Friday night ...ReadMore
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Trigg County senior Jacob Green signed to play baseball at Pikeville University Tuesday. Green, a three-year starter for the Wildcats, is batting .324 this year with 15 RBIs and four extra base hits.
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Kentucky Agriculture James Comer is celebrating the successes of growing the progress on industrial hemp production as the producers get ready to enter their second production season ...Read More
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