From the News Edge: Hopkinsville Parks and Rec Superintendent Gary McIntyre retired abruptly Friday ---- Fire fighters were called to an explosion at Silver Trails Distillery Friday morning ---- Severe weather possible Saturday ---- For these stories and more, be sure to visit our news pages.
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Multiple fire departments responded to reports of a barn explosion Friday that sent two people to Vanderbilt Medical Center by helicopter ...Read More
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The City of Hopkinsville may soon be looking for a new Parks and Recreation Supervisor following the abrupt retirement of Gary McIntyre ...Read More
Although Saturday's warm temperatures along with a mix of low and high pressure systems has the potential to produce severe weather in western Kentucky, forecasters can't say exactly when or where storms will hit ...Read More
Sixty area high school seniors and nine teachers were honored Thursday evening at Heritage Bank's 12th annual scholarship banquet ...Read More
The Christian County Water District has been awarded $2 ...Read More
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