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A new judge will hear the sexual abuse case against a former Hopkinsville Police officer ...Read More
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Weather officials surveyed storm damage in Christian County Tuesday afternoon and determined a brief tornado touched down Monday afternoon near the Christian County-Trigg County line....Read More
The National Weather Service Tuesday confirmed an EF-0 tornado was the cause of damage just of Cerulean-Princeton Road in Christian County, near the Trigg County line. Click for the video.
The two distilleries in Christian County will soon be open on Sundays to sell promotional items and give tours ...Read More
A Tennessee Doctor, that previously at Jennie Stuart Medical Center, is charged with exchanging prescriptions for sexual favors.
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Trigg County split their final two games of their Lady Cat Invitational Saturday, losing to Caldwell County 4-3 before edging University Heights 3-1. 
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The Trigg County Agriculture Committee hosted the annual Ag Appreciation Dinner Tuesday, March 14.  Featured speaker for the dinner was Kentucky Cattlemen's Association Executive Vice President Dave Maples.  
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