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The Hopkinsville Police Department is stepping up its efforts to slow traffic in downtown Hopkinsville ...Read More
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The search for a new principal at Indian Hills Elementary School will take a step foward next week ...Read More
At its meeting Friday at Morehead State University, the Council on Postsecondary Education approved among the lowest tuition and mandatory fee rate increases in more than a decade for students attending Eastern Kentucky University, Murray State University, Northern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky ...Read More
The City of Hopkinsville's Division of Parks and Recreation will again present full-length feature films outdoors this summer at Westside Park on West 9th Street in Hopkinsville ...Read More
Kentucky transportation and wildlife officials have been working with contractors to accommodate ospreys attempting to nest in work zones where new bridges are being constructed over Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake ...Read More
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Trigg County will get around to hosting their Lady Wildcat Softball Invitational Saturday, nearly a month after it was postponed due to bad weather. The 8-team tournament gets underway with pool play at 8:00 and 9:30am. 
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In fields across Hopkins County, a University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service agent is using technology to help farmers increase their bottom line ...Read More
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