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Past Weeks :  
A Hopkinsville Community College student is being recognized as a national scholar...Read More
The Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Campbell will continue a soldier focused mission under its new commander.....Read More
A western Kentucky man has been charged with manslaughter in connection to the death of a Calvert City man, who reportedly died as the result of taking synthetic drugs earlier this month ...Read More
The Hopkinsville Kiwanis Club had the opportunity to learn more about a program that provides women an opportunity to recover from addictions in a safe environment ...Read More
An arson investigation led to the arrest of a Logan County man Wednesday ...Read More
A Hopkinsville resident has been arrested in Iowa in connection to a robbery that occurred earlier this week in the Walmart parking lot in Murray ...Read More
Officials with one area utility are advising their customers to be on the lookout for a scam operating in the area ...Read More
Officials have announced the date for the annual fundraiser for Jeffers Bend Environmental Center......Read More
A Hopkinsville man is facing additional charges after police say he resisted arrest when they tried to serve a bench warrant ...Read More
At the end of December, Judge Woody Woodall celebrated a milestone, 10 years on the bench of the 56 Circuit, a time for him to reflect where the district had been ...Read More
Police are looking for those involved in the thefft of a car from a home in Hopkinsville......Read More
With the arrival of Spring, we'll see warmer temperatures, more rain and the potential for severe thunderstorms ...Read More
The Kentucky Real ID legislation will soon be in effect after being signed by Governor Matt Bevin ...Read More
It's that time of year when colleges across the country are taking Spring Break ...Read More
A former Hopkinsville Police officer accused of sexual abuse will remain behind bars.. ...Read More
A Hopkinsville woman was injured Tuesday afternoon when her vehicle hit a pole on Fort Campbell Boulevard ...Read More
The old saying, "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree", rings true for the King family ...Read More
Work is continuing at the lift station on Shelby Street after the Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection Agency investigated the overflow of raw sewage into a creek in Cadiz, following a mechanical failure last week ...Read More
The man accused in the October fatal Marathon shooting will serve eight years in prison on unrelated charges...Read More
If you love barbecue, you'll be happy to hear a renowned restaurant will be reopening next week....Read More
Earlier this week it was confirmed that a low level of bird flu pathogens were found at a Christian County Farm causing many area farmers to be concerned ...Read More
A Trigg County man is facing drug charges following his arrest Tuesday ...Read More
The Hopkinsville-Christian County Crime Stoppers need your help in locating two wanted fugitives ...Read More
The Land Between the Lakes Planetarium is undergoing some needed improvements....Read More
Several community members from around western Kentucky approached the Hopkinsville City Council Tuesday night about confederate soldiers buried at Riverside Cemetery. 
Cadiz Rotarians were inspired to do what they enjoy doing by area folk artist, Willie Rascoe, at Tuesday's meeting ...Read More
The President of the United States is now more familiar with the First Congressional District ...Read More
A focus on overall health is bringing a new center to Fort Campbell ...Read More
A call about a suspicious vehicle landed two Caldwell County men in jail facing drug and other charges ...Read More
An investigation into drugs being sent through the mail landed a Graves County woman behind bars facing drug trafficking and possession charges ...Read More
March is Women's History Month and the Human Relations Commission of Hopkinsville is celebrating women ...Read More
A lot of great things are happening in Hopkinsville and Christian County, including legislation to gain access to the Fort Campbell, as well as tourists visiting the county ...Read More
The case against a Trigg County man accused of injuring an 18-month old child last week is headed to the Trigg County Grand Jury......Read More
The Christian County Agribusiness Association is saluting those who make an impact on agriculture in Western Kentucky ...Read More
A Cadiz woman will represent Governor Matt Bevin in Western Kentucky ...Read More
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