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With the Chamber's Community Vision plan 2015 coming to an end, the new Community Vision plan for 2020 was unveiled this morning during the Chamber's eye opener breakfast ...Read More
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The enthusiasm of Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendericks was evident Tuesday morning as he presented the State of Hopkinsville address at the Chamber's Eye Opener Breakfast ...Read More
Christian Chamber Board Chairman Frank Fields says the search is already underway for a new President and CEO following the resignation of Marian Mason Friday night ...ReadMore
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Republican gubenatorial candidate James Comer has responded to a woman's claim that he abused her during their college relationship at Western Kentucky University ...Read More
A devoted group of Lacy residents and supporters continue to battle for their community school with a change of leadership Monday night ...Read More
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Former Christian County Lady Colonels Stacey Harbold (second from left) and Kayla Wade (second from right) were named All-Conference for Brescia University\\\\\\\'s softball team.
Two former Christian County Lady Colonel softball players were named to the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference team.
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Kentucky Agriculture James Comer is celebrating the successes of growing the progress on industrial hemp production as the producers get ready to enter their second production season ...Read More
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