From the News Edge: Severe weather threat Thursday and Friday ---- Community support for Princeton boy burned in weekend fire ---- One injured when car hits train ---- North Drive Middle School renovation moves forward ---- False alarm leads to evacuation at Trigg Manor ---- Forest Service agrees to temporary halt of current logging activities ---- Judge rules in favor of school board in Lacy closing ---- Graduation night set for Christian County students ---- For these stories and more, visit our News Page........................................................From the Sports Edge: UK takes on Wisconsin in the Final Four Saturday. Coverage at 6:00pm Saturday on 106.5 WKDZ
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It appears that the spring severe weather season is about to get a bit more active ...Read More
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One person was transported and traffic was blocked for seventeen blocks Tuesday night after a car struck a train at the intersection with East Fourteenth Street ...Read More
The members of the Class of 2015 at Christian County High School and Hopkinsville High School now know when their graduation night will be.
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A Caldwell County boy remains hospitalized after a fire on Bright Hill Road in Princeton that took the life of his two-year-old sister ...Read More
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Several local farmers have been chosen as winners in Monsanto's America's Farmers Grow Communties program, which has awarded over $19 million to more than 7,000 nonprofit organizations across rural America ...Read More
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