From the News Edge: Special prosecutor named in Christian County Jail investigation ---- Ribbon cutting for Hopkinsville Transit ---- Unemployment rates fall across the area ---- Volunteers needed for Operation Preparation ---- Road crews to pre-treat for possible winter weather ---- Legislators react to LRC audit ---- Selbe resigns from KCTCS position ---- For these stories and more, be sure to visit our News Pages...........................................THURSDAY COLLEGE BASKETBALL - Kentucky 69 Missouri 53. Kentucky is now 20-0 on the season.

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9:00 AM to 2:30 PM - Trigg County Hospital Auxiliary -  New Winter Hours at the GIFT BOX (located inside the Trigg County Hospital) - February 2015 Open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday only.

Call for entries - Photography Contest, "What LOVE Means to Me" Presented by the Hopkinsville Art Guild. Subject matter may reflect the artist view of "What LOVE means to me." Deadline for all entries is February 11, 2015 at 5:00 PM at the Art Guild. For additional information contact Nancy Stalls at 270-978-0983 or See the Contest Flyer Here.

February 6, Friday

7:00 PM - WKDZ/WHVO Heart Walk Variety Show at Lakeland Jamboree - This is a Fundraiser for American Heart Association.

7:00 PM - Enjoy a sweet treat of clean comedy, great music and some yummy desserts. It's the Sweet Life! Dessert Comedy Theatre Featuring Scott Davis at the First Baptist Church, Hopkinsville. Tickets $10 in Advance, $15 at the door. Free childcare provided for ages 5 years and younger, but reservations are required. Please call 270-886-1216 to reserve space for your child, or if you need more information.

February 7, Saturday


11:00 AM - Inaugral Polar Bear Plunge to Benefit Pennyroyal Hospice - Lake Barkley Marina!
Take the Plunge to benefit Pennyroyal Hospice....or Sponsor someone else that is special on your list! Costume Contest, Hot Chocolate Bar and More! Contact Elyssa Tucker for more information!

5:00 PM Doors Open, 6:30 Dinner Served - The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) Annual Banquet at the Barkley Lodge Convention Center, Lake Park Road, Cadiz. Come out and support the NWTF movement for Conservation and Safety. Drawings for prints, shotguns, handguns and more! For more information, call Paul Godwin at 270-881-8734.

February 7 - 8, Saturday & Sunday

Eagle Watch Weekend Tours at Kenlake State Resort Park. Tours begin boarding at 7:45am and leave at 8am. Yacht returns at 11:15am. In the afternoons, the Yacht boards at 1:15pm and leaves at 1:30pm. Yacht returns at 4:00pm. Van Tours are also available by calling 800-325-0143. Times above are for Saturday and Sunday. Guests should bring warm clothes, rain gear and binoculars. These trips can take place under extreme weather conditions.

February 13, Friday

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM - The Hopkinsville Art Guild Invites you to: Be My Sweetart." Join the Art Guild and choose delicious treats to celebrate Valentines Day and enjoy music, art, food and register to win door prizes. Limited Advance Tickets $25.00. For additional information, email  or call 270-887-8972. See the Event Flyer Here.

5:00 PM - Prize Award for the "What LOVE Means to Me" Photography Contest at the Guild Gallery, 108 E. 6th St., Hopkinsville.

February 14, Saturday

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM - Aerie 3423 Eagle Riders Group Country Breakfast - 2nd Saturday of each month. $6.00 All you can eat including drink. Carry-outs welcome, Large order delivery available (5 or more). Eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits and gravy plus MORE!!!! 2600 Fort Campbell Blvd., Hopkinsville, KY.

6:00 PM - The Janice Mason Art Museum announces Chocolate Affair 2015, on Valentine's Day February 14th. The event features live music, chocolates and beverages. Tickets are $20.00 per person and are on sale now at the Janice Mason Art Museum. Stop in to purchase tickets or call Rebecca Rittenhouse at 270-522-9056. The event is held at Fairholme, The John Street Home on Main Street in Cadiz. There are two timed entries 5pm and 6pm.

February 19, Thursday

The Career Pathways Expo at the James E. Bruce Convention Center.  Senior high school students from Christian, Todd and Trigg Counties will visit booths from 8:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. the morning of the event. Event opens to the general public from 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. For more information, contact Lanita Wilson, Workforce and Leadership Development Director at (270) 885-9096 or

February 21, Saturday

8:30 AM Registration - 9:30 AM - Walk Begins! The Christian County American Heart Association Heart Walk at the Bradford Square Mall. Register now and plan to attend or join a team! Link to Register:

February 27, Friday

7:00 PM - Hopkinsville Drum Circles Indoors - The gathering of the Hopkinsville Drum Circle at the winter location, Thomas Street Recreation Center, in Hopkinsville. Bring your own drums, percussion instruments, AND your own chairs.

February 28, Saturday

8:00 AM - The Modernette Civic Club, Inc. will sponsor their 21st Annual African American Heritage Breakfast at the James E. Bruce Convention Center. Kenote Speaker is Dr. Stephanie Mayfield Gibson, M.D. Commissioner for Kentucky Department for Public Health and Public Services, Frankfort, KY. Tickets are $15.00 per person and my be purchased from any Modernette Member or by calling 270-886-3352 or 270-886-6452 or 270-885-1232.

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