From the News Edge: KSU President Raymond Burse named in lawsuit ---- HCC president talks about budget cuts ---- HCC activities postponed --- Rain and thunderstorms possible this weekend ---- KY Education Commissioner tours Trigg schools ---- For all of the latest news be sure to visit our News Page
On Air Now
Saturday Morning
Sports Edge
Bill Booth
9am - 1pm
Last 10
Highway 101
Cry, Cry, Cry
LAST PLAYED Chris Lane - Fix 
News Edge - Top Local Story
Hopkinsville Community College President Jay Allen says there are still several questions that need to be answered now that the two-year state budget has been finalized ...Read More
Local News
The southern Pennyrile is in store for a wet weekend to close out April and kick off May ...Read More
Kentucky Education Commissioner Stephen Pruitt is impressed with the level of integrated learning at Trigg County Schools ...Read More
Hopkinsville Community College's alumni picnic and cruise-in scheduled for Friday, April 29, has been postponed due to weather ...Read More
The Storm Prediction Center has all of Kentucky under a slight risk for severe storms this afternoon ...Read More
On Twitter
Sports Edge
Sophie Bingham fired a one-hitter and struck out 13 batters to lead Lyon County to a 10-0 district softball win over Trigg County Tuesday. 
Ag Edge
The Christian County High School Cafeteria hosted the FFA Banquet where awards were given. and friends gathered together for a great night.
On Facebook