Pembroke does it again with the ever unique sport, donkey basketball.
The 2017 Christian County Relay for Life has begun their funraising efforts by hosting a kickoff breakfast at First Baptist Church on Main Street in Hopkinsville. With an excellent turn out, the Relay team shouldn't have any problem reaching their goa
Hopkinsville Electric Service EnerygNet visited the monthly Trigg County Chamber of Commerce to introduce their fiberoptic internet service provision businesses and individuals of Cadiz. They also presented the other services they provide, such as phone c
Local artist known for his barbed wire art, Sean Wallace, visited the Hopkinsville Art Guild to encourage people find a creative outlet and passion and run with it to see where one can go with it. His exhibit is going on through January with a reception o
Amanda's Cupcake Cafe held their official ribbon cutting; an opening six months in the making since their initial opening in the Summer.
Due to a dramatic accident on Greenville Road, just North of Hopkinsville, a car flipped as it ran off the road and into a ditch. The driver as pulled from the vehicle with non-life threatening injuries.
Lake Barkley State Resort Park held a media day for their Eagle tours that are offered year-round. We were able to talk with Nick Edmonds to give us more information on what the tours are like on a day to day basis.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has announced opening of the trail along Eggner's Ferry bridge to the pulic. For a soft opening, the cabinet guided an inaugural hike along the trail.
The Hopkinsville Fire Department finishes their annual toy collection with a Christmas for Kids party here the toys are gifted to the facilities that they adopt from the Salvation Army.
Thoroughbred Academy had received a sizable contribution from the Cadiz Rotary of $30,000. The university president, Dr. Robert Davies, took a moment to express his thanks at Tuesday's Cadiz Rotary meeting.
Cadiz Rotary made a sizable contribution of $30,000 to Murray State's Thoroughbred Academy. Here are the remarks university president, Dr. Bob Davis, made to the Rotary.
The Hopkinsville Chamber of Commerce held their traditional Brag N' Rights golf game between businesses in the spirit of friendly competition.